Jamie has a MFA in Interior Architecture & Design and currently teaches at a local community college in Oceanside, CA. Throughout her life she has been an ambitious interior designer and has in some way, shape or form been engulfed in design since age 14. Jamie puts a fresh face to the world that she has known for ever a decade as Interior Design with a love for mid-century modern style. Her favorite design style is blending old with new by working within a home with great bones and flooding it with a curated and eclectic style. In her eyes, old homes have so much character and should be embraced, not plastered over and covered up.
Describe your go-to style:
Mid-century modern is my go to style. I love the minimalist and unique style of mid-century pieces. Each piece has a story to tell.
Tell us your biggest design secret:
A place for everything and everything in it's place. To put it simply, organization is key. Keeping a minimalist approach in design helps the client in the future. While I do love a good collection, it doesn't have to all be on used in the design and the best of the best can be displayed to keep it simple.
From where do you draw most of your inspiration?
My favorite designers are Christopher Kennedy, Nate Berkus and Natalie Myers. They each have created a style so unique that I'm truly inspired by all of them. I enjoy their design style because while each project has their personal touch, none of them are cookie cutter upon completion.