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Jayne Design Studio

Main Line House

Wynnewood, Pennsylvania
2001-2009
On Philadelphia’s Main Line, a historic house is transformed into a showcase for a singular trove of postwar art.
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Philadelphia Townhouse

Philadelphia
2002
A stylish renovation of a 19th century Philadelphia townhouse embraces the layers of architectural changes made over the decades.
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Charleston Townhouse

Charleston, South Carolina
2000
A Federal Townhouse in Charleston looks crisp and revived with some paint detective work and detailed cleaning of its original woodwork.
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Beekman Place Apartment

New York
2011
In a New York pied-à-terre, the subtle but noteworthy play of pattern unifies the space, creating enough decorative support to complete the interiors without competing with the works of art.
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East Side Apartment

New York
2008
A pair of contemporary art collectors seeking the perfect backdrop to present their pictures.
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Jayne Ellis SoHo Loft

New York
2004
Thomas Jayne and his husband, Rick Ellis, were originally seeking a more traditional apartment with rooms to house an ever-expanding collection of more than 5,000 cookbooks. Upon seeing the loft, they realized its potential and saw how its openness and adaptability would be a plus.
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Museum and Institutional Commissions

Winterthur, Tarrytown, Lenox, Providence
various
Over the last quarter century, Jayne Design Studio has worked closely with museums around the country on exhibitions and interior work spaces. Thomas Jayne’s background in museum and curatorial study and the Studio’s affinity for creating spaces that are attentive to context and history make them uniquely qualified for these kinds of projects.
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Park Avenue Apartment

New York
2010
One of our earliest clients, a New York-based couple, return to the firm to create their new dream apartment near Central Park.
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Penobscot Bay House

Maine
2005
This new shingle style house that we decorated for a sailing family embraces many of the local traditions.
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President’s House at a New England University

New England
2014
A sensitive restoration of the President’s House at a large university that serves as public space for students, alumni and visitors as well as a residence for the President and his family.
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Southhampton Beach House

New York
2000
This house in the seaside resort of Southampton, New York is most definitely at the beach, but also part of a community where people still get dressed up for cocktails and dinner, and thus require handsome rooms for entertaining.
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Upper East Side Townhouse

New York
1999
Rooms in a townhouse decorated some 15 years ago are arguably timeless. We aimed for a youthful historicism that was relatively simple, but of the best quality.
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Upper West Side Apartment

New York
2012
Running counter to the accepted wisdom that it is best to keep modestly scaled rooms neutral and free of large patterns, a client was game to try a more enriched approach to decoration.
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Westchester House

New York
1998 to Present
This house, located in Westchester County, New York, belongs to a client who has one of the foremost collections of American furniture and decorative arts, as well as early Indian and Himalayan sculpture--so there is much to balance here.
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Apartment Overlooking Central Park

New York
2000
We built upon the legacy of a Tony Award–winning set designer who first decorated the rooms in the 1960s, refreshing rooms designed on strong foundations.
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Apartment on Fifth Avenue

New York
1998
A grand apartment in the French taste is transformed with new colors that highlight the best of its architectural features.
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Drumlin Hall

Hudson River Valley, New York
2009
A patron commissions a new house in the Hudson River Valley to display some of the best examples of American fine and decorative arts.
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Carnegie Hill Townhouse

New York
2002
A once divided brownstone is reunited into a family townhouse tailored to the needs of the children without neglecting sophisticated spaces for the grown-ups.
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Diamond A Ranch

New Mexico
1999
Diamond A Ranch is a working sheep ranch with a long history. The goal was to artistically relate this diverse collection of rooms, reflecting the region’s heritage without falling into clichés of Southwestern decoration.
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Nantucket House

Nantucket
2008
Our clients were committed to adapting their lifestyle to the historic architecture of the house rather than altering it to fit contemporary taste.
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Fire Island Beach House

New York
2002
The archetypal idyllic beach house—small and straightforward—has a particular hold on our imagination. This beach cottage captures the essence of this ideal.
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Ford Plantation Show House

Savannah, Georgia
1999
Town & Country magazine asked us to decorate an entire house at the Ford Plantation near Savannah, Georgia, for an editorial feature. In conceiving the decoration, we conjured a fictional young family that was traditionalist with a modern bent.
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New Orleans Garçonnière

New Orleans, LA
2003
Thomas Jayne helps an old artist friend settle into a small New Orleans garçconnière along with a burgeoning collection of art.
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Garden District House

New Orleans
2006
A handsome Greek Revival Garden District house required a certain amount of invention. The answer was color and an assortment of beautifully proportioned 19th century furniture.
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Jayne/Ellis French Quarter Apartment

New Orleans
2006
Rick Ellis and Thomas Jayne establish a home base for their Mardi Gras celebrations in an 1836 Creole townhouse. The inspiration for the apartment derived from the early 19th century, particularly examples found in and around New Orleans. The goal was to incorporate these old-fashioned elements into contemporary decoration.
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