WALL STREET JOURNAL
December 5, 2018
WSJ selects the best interior-design books to give as holiday presents. From deploying pattern deftly to pulling off Parisian chic, actionable décor tips fill these five books, and "Classical Principles for Modern Design" is one of them.
With color reaching to the rafters, a storied country home hits new heights of style.
A Man and his Muse - Designer Thomas Jayne taps into classicism for the renovation of a landmark Palm Beach villa
Antiques and the Arts Weekly
June 1, 2018
Thomas Jayne’s New Twist On A Decorating Classic
March 15, 2018
"Designers Flock To Charleston: Presenting Thomas Jayne, Gil Schafer, Beth Webb And Marshall Watson"
Incollect and Antiques and Fine Arts Magazine
An excerpt of the Introduction from "Classical Principles for Modern Design" appears on the Incollect site and the print edition of Antiques and Fine Arts magazine just in time for the 2018 Winter Antiques Show
Introspective Magazine on 1stdibs.com
January 29, 2018
"Thomas Jayne Rewrites the Bible of Design" - the New York designer gives a fresh spin to the lessons in Edith Wharton and Ogden Codman Jr.’s authoritative 1897 tome.
January 24, 2018
"Thomas Jayne Revisits a Novelist’s Gilded Age Style Tips" -- Gilded Age author Edith Wharton may have enjoyed designing discord in her novels, but certainly not in her drawing room. Now her decorating insights find fresh life in designer Thomas Jayne’s new book.
The Magazine ANTIQUES
The Irrefutable Freshness of Thomas Jayne - Taking Edith Wharton and Ogden Codman Jr.'s The Decoration of Houses as his starting point, in his new book the master decorator displays the many improvisations he has rung from historic models and classical principles.
The Wall Street Journal
January 13-14, 2018
"Edith Wharton’s Decorating Advice: Why It Holds Up 100 Years Later" - Who knew Edith Wharton was a decorating genius? New York interior designer Thomas Jayne finds contemporary truths in her maxims, first published in 1897.