Welcome and thanks for visiting Jenni Louise Art & Interiors. I established my Cape Town based business to offer a fresh approach to interior design that caters to what I believe to be an underserved group: design-conscious yet budget-savvy homeowners. Although they recognize and appreciate the importance of a home that reflects their lifestyle and individuality, these homeowners are unlikely to seek help in the process of putting it all together, due to concerns that it would be too costly.
Because I believe that our homes act as a backdrop to the story of our lives, I feel that we owe it to ourselves to make our spaces beautiful in a way that makes sense for the way we live – not because it is de rigueur.
Working outside of the traditional design model, I have created client-oriented service offerings. These offerings allow you the flexibility of varying degrees of involvement in the project’s execution, as well as the freedom to shop for your home in quality stores that are not exclusive to design professionals. My goal is to help my clients discover their own style through a little ‘design psychology’ and to educate them on key design principles so that they can make better future decisions.
I invite you to spend a little time perusing the package offerings and to think about what your goals are for your home and your lifestyle. How do you want to be living in your space? What would it take for you to enjoy your space now instead of five years from now?
Thank you for your interest in Jenni Louise Art & Interiors. I would love to hear about your thoughts for a project and hope that my passion for designing beautiful individual spaces can help you create a place that feels like home.
As an authority on sustainable and environmentally friendly decorating practices, Jennifer contributes a regular blog for Home Magazine.
I'm often asked what the difference is between an Interior Designer and a Property Stylist
Interior design is often interchangeable with interior architecture. Someone formally trained as an interior designer would not only be able to decorate, but would be able to draft plans to sculpt and manipulate any nonstructural part of a building’s interior. A stylist, or decorator, focuses on the decorative elements such as furnishings, fabrics and finishes. The ‘fun’ stuff, as I like to think!