Dakota Willimon, a native of Louisville, Kentucky received her bachelor’s degree in Art History from Wofford College before pursuing her degree in Interior Design. She later refined her skills while working at one of the South ‘s oldest and most prestigious design firms, before moving to New York to work for Jenny Wolf Interiors in 2013. Dakota’s love of traveling and the arts have influenced her style just as much as her traditional southern roots, allowing her to create comfortable luxurious spaces that play on a mix of fresh and classical elements.
Caroline Gregorie began her design career with Jenny Wolf Interiors as a summer intern in 2015. She is a graduate of Sewanee: The University of the South, and is studying Interior Design at Parsons School of Design. After working with another high end New York based interior design firm, she returned to the JWI team in 2016. Being a Charlestonian, Caroline was surrounded by traditionally southern spaces distinguished by rich architectural details. Her design aesthetic is heavily influenced by chic southern sensibility. Her style blends modern influence with a bohemian color palette, and more casual furnishings, to cultivate a clean yet diverse taste. Her goal is to bring glamour, comfort, and functionality to every room and project.
Sarah Hayden joined Jenny Wolf Interiors when she relocated to New York City from Atlanta. Sarah graduated with a degree in Interior Design from the University of Georgia, and has since worked at high-end design firms in London, D.C., and Atlanta. As a designer Sarah is inspired by classic design and architecture. Her aesthetic is timeless and sophisticated, while grasping an essence of modernity.