Jackson Hole Firm WRJ Design’s Blog “Hunt X Gather” Named a Top Interior Design Blog on International List

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A blog created by WRJ Design, a Jackson, Wyoming-based firm specializing in interior and exhibition design, has been named one of the Top 100 Interior Design Blogs on the web by Feedspot. Called “Hunt X Gather,” the WRJ blog offers a freeform exploration of topics that inspire and inform the Jackson Hole design firm and was selected for the international list based on criteria including Google ranking and quality of posts.

WRJ Design’s Showroom in Jackson Hole is home to exclusive collections that often provide seeds of inspiration for posts on its award-winning blog, Hunt X Gather.

High fashion, fine art, Ferraris – all have made their way into the weekly missives.

Jackson, Wyoming-based WRJ Design’ s blog “Hunt X Gather” has been named one of the Top 100 Interior Design Blogs on the web, announced Rush Jenkins, CEO and founding partner of WRJ Design with COO Klaus Baer. The list, compiled by Feedspot, was based on blogs’ rankings in Google, their influence on social networks and the overall quality of blog posts. “We’ve handpicked … blogs who tirelessly scope out the latest trends and show us how to incorporate them into our living spaces,” writes Feedspot founder Anuj Agarwal of the international list.

“We are thrilled that in one year’s time our blog has attracted national attention and continued to grow in numbers as visitors learn about us,” says Jenkins. “Hunt X Gather reflects topics that inspire and inform us in the work we do, presented in a highly visual way that resonates with our process.”

Penned by Jackson Hole writer Katy Niner, the Hunt x Gather blog offers visitors a freeform exploration of topics influential to WRJ’s team, “be it concepts related to art, design, interiors, events or objects,” says Niner. “From role models to trailblazers, Hunt x Gather takes a humanistic approach to writing about design, spotlighting the people behind iconic brands and modern movements.”

Finding design inspiration requires observing the world minutely and with openness, notes Jenkins, “whether it’s parsing the subtleties of Italian style while strolling the streets of Milan, or appreciating the nuances of color and texture in the misty early morning Tetons at home in Jackson Hole. We take cues from so many aspects of our experiences; it’s fun to share some of those influences through our blog posts.”

Throughout its little-over-a-year of posts to date, Hunt X Gather has offered everything from behind-the-scenes buzz on such fabulous WRJ-designed exhibitions as the lush evocation of Bunny Mellon’s Virginia estate at Sotheby’s New York headquarters to sharing insight into unique pieces from the firm’s Jackson showroom – a vintage fiber cement pod chair by Swiss designer Willy Guhl. Even the arrival of WRJ’s newest team member, rescued canine Buddy, and his penchant for cuddling up with Loro Piana cashmere samples garnered a mention, tied to the firm’s community involvement in support of a local nonprofit fundraiser and pet adoption event.

Often, WRJ’s esteemed roster of exclusive lines – which include Cassina, Poltrona Frau, Arpin, Sempre, Ralph Lauren Home, Molteni & C, Loro Piana and more – provides a jumping-off point for fresh storytelling. Seeds for these posts might involve “a new aspect of the brand, an offshoot line, or a resonant credo underlying the collection,” says Niner. “High fashion, fine art, Ferraris – all have made their way into the weekly missives.”

About WRJ Design:    
WRJ Design imparts the special harmony and serenity of its Teton setting to interior design projects in Jackson Hole and across the country. Started out of a passion for great design by Rush Jenkins and Klaus Baer, WRJ creates residential interiors that combine a sense of discovery with serene and timeless reflections of their owners. Their exhibition designs for titans of philanthropy, fashion, music and politics give insight into the lives of luminaries from Brooke Astor to Cher, the Kennedy family to Sir Jonathan Ive, Marc Newson and Bono for Sotheby’s (RED) auction that raised more than $26 million to fight AIDS in Africa. http://www.wrjdesign.com.

Contact: Darla Worden, WordenGroup Public Relations, darla(at)wordenpr(dot)com, 307.734.5335

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