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.
Time Traveler – To step through the front door of this New York apartment is not only to enter the elegant world of the businesswoman who calls it home, but also to pay a visit the 18th century before resting for a spell amidst the lush landscape of an old Chinese village.
Philadelphia Antiques Show
It is not uncommon today, especially among my younger clients, to raise the question, “Why have antiques?” I offer that even in this modern age, there is great value in decorating with antiques.
Restorative Power – Thomas Jayne’s stylish renovation of a 19th-century Philadelphia townhouse tempts a country gentleman to give up the suburbs and embrace a new life.
Instant Room – Nobody knows more about fine rooms than Thomas Jayne: he wrote the definitive book on America’s finest.
The Finest Rooms
"The Finest Rooms in America – Fifty Influential Interiors from the Eighteenth Century to the Present" by Thomas Jayne with Anne Walker.
Quarter Master – Thomas Jayne’s pied-à-terre in New Orleans is a slice of history refreshed for today.
Summer in the Hamptons – A Texas couple beats the heat by escaping to a stylish coastal retreat in Long Island.