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.
Incollect highlights Thomas Jayne’s upcoming talks in their “Happenings in Design” section
The magazine shares their list of must-go to events this spring for the savvy collector. Thomas Jayne is participating in two of their picks.
Incollect highlights the Charleston Antiques Show and their Design in Mind lecture series featuring Thomas Jayne
Incollect, the go-to site for sourcing antiques and fine art and staying on top of the world of design, gives a run down on the show and preview of Thomas’s talk.
Upcoming talk at The Mount for “Classical Principles for Modern Design”
Thomas Jayne will be speaking around the country this year about his new book. Check back for regular updates on new dates and locations.
“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.
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.