Jayne Design Studio featured in Margot Shaw’s “Living Floral”
Thomas Jayne is pleased to be part of this inspirational and instructive book about bringing flowers and plants into our indoor lives.
Read the transcript of The Washington Post online “Live Chat” with Thomas Jayne
Thomas answered reader questions during an engaging online Q&A session on March 14th.
ICAA Northern California chapter hosting Q&A with Thomas Jayne on April 23
Join the Institute of Classical Architecture and Art’s Northern Callifornia chapter and Thomas Jayne for a lively discussion of Classical Principles for Modern Design on Tuesday, April 23, 2019 at the James L. Flood Mansion at 2222 Broadway in San Francisco.
Thomas Jayne honored by the Wunsch Americana Foundation during Americana Week
Thomas Jayne received the Eric M. Wunsch Award for Excellence in the American Arts at this year’s Wunsch Americana Foundation ceremony held at Christie’s the evening of January 16th as part of their annual kick off to Americana Week.
Senior Decorator William Cullum selected by House Beautiful as its latest “Next Wave” designer
We are proud to announce that William Cullum is “on the rise” in the magazine’s October 2018 issue.
“Classical Principles For Modern Design” On Wall Street Journal’s Holiday Gift List
Classical Principles for Modern Design is selected by WSJ as on of the best interior-design books published in 2018 for holiday gift giving.
Upcoming events – a panel at the Wadsworth Atheneum with Mitch Owens
Check in with us regularly for updates on upcoming lectures, panels and events featuring Thomas Jayne.
Updated – House Beautiful features Balderbrae in its September Color issue
We have updated our post on the famed country house with a link to the piece titled “Taking it to the Top” by Kathleen Renda.
ArchitecturalDigest.com posts “Thomas Jayne Revisits Edith Wharton’s Home, The Mount”
Following the recent publication of “Classical Principles for Modern Design”, his modern interpretation of Wharton’s “The Decoration of Houses”, Jayne sees The Mount in a new light.
Traditional Home features our work in Palm Beach in their July August 2018 issue
Traditional Home magazine handsomely presents Vita Serena, the 1920s Mediterranean Revival house designed by architect Marion Sims Wyeth. This landmark villa has been renewed with a restrained palette that serves to complement and highlight the magnificent architecture.