Jessica has an MFA from Pratt in NYC. She has been lucky enough to have traveled to 50+ countries for pleasure and work, where she has gained a lot of experience in global design and new trends: from boutique hotels in Bali to grand furniture fairs in Milan, Jessica has been able to see what is out there, what's trending, and what is timeless. With a background in hospitality design in NYC hotels, restaurants, and global brands. She developed a working method that will get you a design you love quickly and will reflect her client’s personality!
From where do you draw most of your inspiration?
I'm lucky enough to have traveled to 50+ countries (pre-pandemic) for leisure and work, so I've had a lot of exposure to global design styles and trends: from boutique hotels in Bali to grand furniture fairs in Milan, I've been able to see what's out there, what's trending, and what's timeless. With a background in hospitality design with arguably the most demanding clients in the world (NYC hotels and restaurants and global brands) I've developed a working method that, I hope, will get you to a design you love as quickly and painlessly as possible!
We know you love designing, but what about it do you love most?
Making a client happy is a real highlight of the job. Having them brag to their friends about a beautiful room we created together is a big boost! Solving technical and layout problems and helping them maximize their living space is always a huge plus.
Tell us your biggest design secret:
Timelessness over trendiness.