“Classical Principles for Modern Design” has arrived!
We are excited to receive our first copies of Thomas Jayne’s new book. Click to see some of the great write ups that have been appearing in the press and online. Plus, we share a few lecture dates coming this spring.
The Magazine ANTIQUES presents Thomas Jayne and Young Paris in conversation at the Winter Antiques Show
A popular musician, a celebrated interior decorator, and the sometimes surprising ways that antiques and cultural artifacts have influenced their lives and careers.
Thomas Jayne is Design Co-Chair for 2018 Winter Antiques Show opening January 19
Beauty. Connoisseurship. Philanthropy. The premiere antiques show in America returns. We are pleased to be supporting WAS, an annual event benefiting the East Side Settlement House,
Coming January 2018 – “Classical Principles for Modern Design” by Thomas Jayne
Decorator and classical scholar Thomas Jayne examines the most important decorating book ever written.
The Wall Street Journal takes a look at our spider-web adorned living room in New York.
“So Weird It Works”, according to Catherine Romano at WSJ. See what else she has to say about it in her piece.
Garden & Gun visits the Ellis-Jayne apartment in New York City for a look at Ellis’s unrivaled culinary library
Rick Ellis’s extensive collection is rich with rare and unpublished Southern cookbooks dating from the eighteenth century to now. He shares a few prominent examples plus some classic dessert recipes in the August/September issue.
ELLE DECOR publishes its 2017 A-List
ELLE DECOR released its list of “The Talents Who Inspire Us” in the June 2017 issue. We are thankful to be included again, and with such good company.
Just released — “The Well-Dressed Window – Curtains at Winterthur” by Sandy Brown, with Foreword by Thomas Jayne
This beautiful new book documents the curtains at Winterthur, Henry du Pont’s house turned museum of American decorative arts. Thomas Jayne contributes a foreword that reflects on his own ties to Winterthur as a fellow in the museum’s American material culture program, and the lessons he learned studying du Pont’s work close-hand.
British Country Life magazine features the restoration of Crichel House, a Jayne Design Studio project
The article recounts the history of one of the finest Georgian houses in England and the efforts to restore its important Wyatt interiors. The Studio worked with a team of talented preservationists and craftsmen to help bring the rooms back to their earlier glory.
Thomas Jayne discusses a few favorite picks from the Palmetto Hall sale at Christie’s on January 19th
In a sit down with two experts from Christie’s, he talks about American interiors, guiding principles for blending the ancient and the modern, and how those might apply to 7 amazing objects from the “Palmetto Hall: The Jay P. Altmayer Family Collection” auction.