After graduating, Jennifer went to work for an architecture firm where she gained a strong foundation in construction and design. Jennifer´s work knowledge of space planning, design details, and project management is very vast and she likes to include it in every design. She refined her skills in finish and furniture selection by designing and installing apartment models. Soon after, Jennifer took the bold step to begin working for herself as an Interior Designer, with the goal of creating dream homes for each of her clients.
Describe your go-to style:
My go-to style is transitional with a pop of color! I love the simplicity and clean lines of transitional furniture that's not too heavy or ornate. Throw in a pop of color on an accent wall or some colorful pattern throw pillows and your room can really come to life!
What drives you to design?
It's all about making something new again - breathing new life into a space. I'm a firm believer that our environments affect our physical and mental health. Transforming a space from a cluttered mix of furniture and decor to a relaxing, serene, and functional environment is what it's all about for me. When clients come to me with a project - whether they have no idea where to start or just need some feedback about their selections - I love the chance to take make their room not only functional but beautiful!
From where do you draw most of your inspiration?
I draw most of my inspiration from my clients. I start with the project, the client's needs, and the client's wishlist. I find most clients have an idea or a design style or an inspiration image that speaks to them. My goal is to find the essence of that idea and accomplish it in my client's project. It's not about the furniture you pick or the paint selection. It's about the feeling you get in the room. Is it warm, inviting, cozy? Can you find rest and sweet enchantment there? That's what I want to give my clients - the enchanting feeling of a well-designed space.