July - August 2016
Jayne Design Studio creates a light and youthful setting for a family of sailing enthusiasts on Centre Island.
Thomas Jayne opens the doors of his New Orleans apartment and shares how “history with a purpose” shapes his decoration.
Jayne Design Studio is selected for the 2016 AD100 list. See a sampling of the Studio's work from a French-style home to an art-filled Philadelphia residence.
A Day in the Life: Designer Thomas Jayne. What’s better than a bowl of lobster jambalaya? A day in the big easy with Designer Thomas Jayne.
Delaware Antique Show Catalog
A Debt to Inspiration: On the Occasion of the 25th Anniversary of Jayne Design Studio, by Thomas Jayne
Wall Street Journal
Decorating's Titans of Style Duke It Out By Sara Ruffin Costello. The Finest Rooms in America [is a] definitive compendium of decorating… Mr. Jayne, mega decorator himself and disciple of interiors legend Albert Hadley, has a refreshingly democratic eye (for a decorator) presenting an array of finery.
The Magazine Antiques
Living with Thomas Jayne by Jane Lear. On the top floor of a former warehouse in New York's SoHo-Cast Iron Historic District, decorator and antiquarian Thomas Jayne, together with his husband, Richmond Ellis, have created their own cabinet of curiosities--a collection of beautiful objects, ancient and modern, that relate visually in abstract ways.
American Decoration – A Sense of Place
A monograph of Jayne Design Studio’s work by Thomas Jayne, published by Monacelli Press. Jayne reveals the inspiration and thought behind his designs, identifying elements from the architecture, from the clients’ collections of art and antiques and from the site itself that serves as the basis for the decoration of the rooms.
Affair of the Heart - When Julia Reed fell for a house in New Orleans's Garden District, she forgot that every great love entails heartbreak.
Bold Strokes - Thomas Jayne Revives a Historic Philadelphia Home On Philadelphia’s Main Line. A couple enlist the designer to transform their house into a showcase for a singular trove of postwar art.