[tps_header]We always have high expectations when stepping inside the homes of professional designers, and Jessica Marx was no exception. The founder of J. Marx Atelier is responsible for an array of stylish, modern spaces that include set design for Priscilla of Boston, and the offices at Shoedazzle. On top of her design business, Jessica runs the popular design blog Life’s Little Jems and never fails to blow us away with her inspiring ideas and impeccable taste. Of course we jumped at the chance to peak inside her home, which is filled with all the modern, eclectic style and elevated basics we’ve come to expect from the talented designer!
Photography: Jessie Webster
Wardrobe Styling: Catherine Shepard
Manicure: Fiore Beauty
Hair: The Drybar
Wardrobe: Gold Hawk (with the exception of a few pieces)[/tps_header]
How would you describe your decorating style?
I’d best describe my style as vintage glam meets boho-chic. I love to mix and match unique vintage treasures I’ve collected over the years (usually in brass, I clearly have an addiction) with really easy, earthy bohemian pieces to create a totally eclectic look. I try to stay pretty neutral and timeless with the larger “investment” pieces, adding pops of color and whimsy with the art and accessories.