Baron Wolfgang | 605-332-4400 ext. 345
I am interested in curating character and function within your space. My focus is to create an enjoyable design experience with open communication, thoughtful detail, and an in-depth look at how you use your space. It is more than surface deep. Take a look on this page to find details about my expertise, projects and personal background.
Nostalgia | Experience | Persona
Renovation design is more than meets the eye. I find ways to analyze the space from a functional perspective that allows you to better make decisions regarding special arrangement and placement of key elements. We can start working together at any time in your project, but the earlier the better. My goal is always to infuse a space with your lifestyle. I hold high value in the creative process and have an eye for noticing details you never thought existed. I have 20+ years of training my eye for detail, discerning trend from timeless and curating multiple styles together to create a space that is uniquely yours.
As a Sioux Falls native, I have a strong sense of community. Outside of my interior design work, you can find me enjoying time with my family, friends and neighbors at the many community events held year-in. Creating new and exciting culture in our community is important to me, and I enjoy lending a hand to various organizations that share those values. For me, it all comes back to my roots in the arts. I have a deep connection with fine art and love to spend time in the studio with clay, or visiting with local artists.
I find inspiration in a number of ways. In design, natural elements always inspire me. Quick hiking or kayaking trips offer me new ideas, combinations of color, texture or proportion. I love spending time outdoors for that reason. I also find inspiration in old movies, various design magazines, and travel. I am also inspired by both the mentors I have in the design community, as well as the new designers that are just getting started.
My Dream Space
The home of my dreams would be a curated, casual-modern blend of design elements. Heirloom furniture furniture pieces mixed with simple modern furniture and architectural elements would finish out a clean, fresh interior with rich, whole materials. I love the contrast of light and delicate and strong and dark. Natural light is a must.
- Don’t over-think your design.
- Match your socks, not your interiors
- Live plants make a space feel more…alive!
- Invest in quality wood pieces,
- White linens. Always.
- Use sisal rugs instead of patterned rugs. The look is high end and timeless, and, in most cases, cheaper.
- Argus Leader
- Etc. For Her Magazine
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"Known for an artistic sensibility, a penchant for joy, and unerring good taste, this local luminary of design sat down at Sioux Falls delicatessen M.B. Haskett (one of his favorite projects) to dish on his work, and how we can make our interiors work for us...."
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