Located in New York City, Jennifer Flanders Inc. is a high-end interior design firm focused on exceptional creativity, personalized attention and meticulous detail for the discerning client.
Founder and chief designer Jennifer Flanders oversees every facet of the design process and blends an innovative mix of traditional and modern elements, capturing timeless sophistication infused with a fresh, youthful flair. Her seemingly effortless designs are executed with proficiency and an intricate understanding of architecture, antiques, art, color, texture and the history of design.
On June 1, Jennifer will celebrate her TV debut as one of four designers showcased on HGTV’s Real Designing Women, a new documentary-style program that showcases how designers really work with clients in creating their homes.
She has designed residences in Manhattan, the Hamptons, Greenwich, CT, and Westchester County, NY, and is currently working on projects in Cape Cod and Palm Beach. Jennifer’s work has been featured in Traditional Home magazine which also named Jennifer to a prestigious list of “designers to watch” in 2009.
Jennifer is known for building long-term relationships, working on second and even third homes with her clients. In addition, she is often asked to oversee critical ongoing maintenance and updating long after a project’s completion, to keep tasteful and elegant homes looking and functioning at their best. Ultimately, Jennifer offers not only her extensive design expertise, but a more comprehensive service in which every last comfort is taken care of as well. From scented candles in every room to personalized stationery and moving announcements, Jennifer is passionate about creating warm, beautiful homes, and aims to create a complete lifestyle for her clients, ensuring that each design project is enhanced with every last luxury a client may request.
Jennifer graduated from the University of Pennsylvania, then cultivated her design skills and style with Ellie Cullman at Cullman & Kravis, before establishing her own firm in 2002.