Los Angeles, CA
After 9 years of work as a designer in the accessory and apparel industry, Annabel decided to take the chance on something deeply personal and created Wolfum. Inspired by the traditional aspects of table linens (as well as influential product lines from Vera Neumann and Marimekko), Wolfum strives to be both bold and timeless.
Designer Annabel Inganni was so enamored by vintage table linens that she was inspired to create her own line of home goods. From bookends to napkins, the housewares all reflect beautiful and bold patterns, that you'd swear were actual textiles.From the Los Angeles-based designer:
We incorporate traditional items — napkins, coasters, pillows — into the contemporary home with a nod to vintage, and a respect for modernity, eco-kindness and functionality. Wolfum features elegant and bold product that we hope will grow with the well curated home. Creating true sustainable product means creating items that will stand the test of time. Wolfum aims to do this with quality materials and manufacturing, as well as tasteful and unique prints and colors... Wolfum strives to bring a unique perspective to how one decorates, with timeless and durable items that will withstand trends.
Above the jump, from left to right:
1 Pillows, $75-85: hand printed on organic cotton / recycled poly twill.
2 Napkins, $ 40 set of 2: hand printed on organic cotton / recycled poly twill.
3 Coasters, $35 set of 4: hand printed baltic birch.
4 Bookends, $62: hand printed baltic birch & FSC certified walnut.
5 Wall Hooks, $45: hand printed baltic birch. single peg on front, easy to hang brackets on back.
• Read More: Wolfum Shop and Wolfum Tumblr
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