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Jayne Design Studio

The Wall Street Journal

November 10, 2017
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Garden & Gun

August/September 2017
Garden & Gun visits the Ellis-Jayne apartment in New York City for a look at Ellis’s unrivaled culinary library
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Country Life

February 2017
"A Georgian renaissance - Crichel, Dorset" -- in the second of two articles, John Martin Robinson looks at the recent restoration of this magnificent Georgian house and its dazzling series of re-created interiors of the 1770s by James Wyatt.
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Luxe Magazine

July - August 2016
Jayne Design Studio creates a light and youthful setting for a family of sailing enthusiasts on Centre Island.
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Victorian Homes

Summer 2016
Thomas Jayne opens the doors of his New Orleans apartment and shares how “history with a purpose” shapes his decoration.
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Architectural Digest

January 2016
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.
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Traditional Home

January 2016
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.
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Delaware Antique Show Catalog

November 2015
A Debt to Inspiration: On the Occasion of the 25th Anniversary of Jayne Design Studio, by Thomas Jayne
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Wall Street Journal

September 2010
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.
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The Magazine Antiques

January/February 2015
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.
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