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Elegant Homes: Timeless Composition

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"A classic gray-on-gray palette fosters a soothing tone. Wohlner played with sheens, applying a flat finish on the walls and a gloss finish on the trim, to highlight the architecture...Repeated decorative motifs also subtly connect spaces...'In a home of this size, subtly repeating elements ties everything together.'"

Spring/Summer 2017 | pgs 14-23

Fixr: Top 200 Influencers in the Home Design Industry 2017

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"Our list of home design influencers consists of nation-wide industry experts including interior designers, home stagers, home designers, and other home design specialists. We’ve found them through their contributions to blogs, news, and social media, selecting them based on criteria such as how big their online following is and often their name or business appears in top industry lists, as well as for awards they’ve won."

January 2017 | See more on this article

Luxe Interiors & Design: Eye on Design 2017, All about Kitchens

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"For their vacation home in Lakeside, Michigan, the homeowners asked interior designer Stephanie Wohlner to create a modern escape. Stainless-steel touches such as the Emeco barstools from The Griffin Company and a backsplash from The Tile Shop provide this contemporary edge. A custom chandelier from Lindsey Adelman Studio in New York adds a sculptural element."

January/February 2017 | pg 727

Luxe Interiors & Design: Making Space

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"Great architecture stems from an intimate knowledge of not just what clients want but also the site itself. Understanding the surrounding environment serves as a basis to creating a home that showcases views, receives maximum sunlight and has a natural flow throughout."

January/February 2017 | pg 249

Modern Luxury Interiors Chicago: Showroom Spotlight - Clear Vision

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"Realizing it can be difficult for consumers to imagine their product in situ, Pella's showroom is a collection of inspirational spaces designed by well-known Chicago designers and architects...Stephanie Wohlner's rooms are equally impressive."

April 2016 | pg 48 | See more on this article

The Editor at Large: A Look Inside the New Pella Crafted Luxury Showroom

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"A visit to Pella Luxury Crafted proves revealing, the aesthetic equivalent of a Rorschach test with results that coax you gently to latent decorative desires: handmade Gothic-inspired oak entry doors like the stately ones in Stephanie Wohlner’s chic vignette."

January 22, 2016 | See more on this article

Luxe Interiors & Design: Water's Edge

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"Livening up the design are pops of color in the form of ceramic vases, pillows and a pair of matching upholstered chairs. Because Wohlner had worked with the owners in the past, she understood that creating the kind of look her clients hoped to achieve would mean incorporating a few traditional fabrics and accessories alongside more contemporary pieces. 'The design has a classic sensibility yet still feels very modern,' Wohlner says."

Chicago Fall 2015 | pgs 298-311

Elegant Homes: Timeless Composition

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"A classic gray-on-gray palette fosters a soothing tone. Wohlner played with sheens, applying a flat finish on the walls and a gloss finish on the trim, to highlight the architecture...Repeated decorative motifs also subtly connect spaces...'In a home of this size, subtly repeating elements ties everything together.'"

Fall/Winter 2015 | pgs 14-23 | See more on this issue

Stephanie Wohlner Design Home of the Week in Wall Street Journal

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"In Chicago’s Lincoln Park, a 19th-century dairy building has been turned into an urban retreat."

The Wall Street Journal | April 29, 2015

Luxe Interiors & Design: Second Nature Living Room

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"Although the house is modern, it was important for this space to feel welcoming. We loved the green and gray palette. The gray originated in the bones of the house, found in the floors and metal roof. The natural look of the wood, along with the gray and green hues, is really reminiscent of a summer day."

Chicago Spring 2015 | pg 206

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