Chicago Tribune Magazine


"To temper the formality of the beautifully preserved architecture, Wohlner balanced a traditional theme with modern elements. Clean, sleek lines are softened with muted colors and textures, while antiques provide shape and movement."

October 2004 | pgs 20-23

Joan Kohn's It's Your Bed and Bath: Hundreds of Beautiful Design Ideas


"Unexpected design elements – the faux leopard and zebra prints…impart a touch of drama."

September 2004 | See more on this publication

Better Homes & Gardens: Decorating


"Although Wohlner has a practiced eye for symmetry and alignment, she introduced Asian antiques into the mix for an exciting edginess that complements and contrast with the furnishings' ultraclean lines. 'Modern design can be comfortable if you use fabrics and furnishings with visual and tactile warmth,' says Wohlner."

January/February 2004 | pgs 42-49

Remodeling Ideas for Your Home


"Classic style defines a master suite made more comfortable by shuffling existing spaces. Toile, stripes, checks, and buttery-yellow walls combine with a wood floor and shapely original windows to give the bedroom a Gothic flavor."

December/January 2004 | pgs 74-79

Joan Kohn's It's Your Kitchen: Over 100 Inspirational Kitchens


"The design…began with a unique oval window, an old pine hutch, and an enthusiastic belief that it's possible to find a place for everything you love!"

October 2003 | See more on this publication

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