New York, NY
What is your number one design tip?
Use things YOU like in your space— accessories, personal things— but set a limit to the number of them. Put the rest away in a box and every six months take some out and put some away to give your space a new look without having to spend money and without cluttering your space.
A design rule you love to break:
You can’t mix silver and gold metals.
Your style in 3 words:
Clean, personalized, refined.
A movie set you’d love to inhabit:
Honey I Shrunk the Kids. This was the first movie I saw that made me realize how space, scale, and proportion affect the way people feel in an environment.
Jared Epps, a Pratt Institute alum, is a New York interior designer specializing in high-end hospitality and residential interiors. Jared's professional affiliations include: Young Leaders in Hospitality, IIDA, ASID and he is LEED accredited. His notable skill in conceptual design has earned him a reputation as one of New York's cutting edge interior designers. His work has been featured in Hospitality Design, Boutique Design & Hotel Design Magazine. Jared is one of Boutique Design's 18 designers to watch, and was recently awarded "Best of 2013" by Houzz.
Jared’s portfolio consists of projects at noteworthy buildings such as: MGM City Center's Vdara Hotel in Las Vegas, the Trump Tower in Dubai, The New York Millenium Hotel, and NY's Plaza Hotel.
After 10 years of experience, Jared's approach to design is quite simple. He listens to his clients and hones in on their specific needs to create a design plan that meets these demands aesthetically and functionally. Jared creates a timeless base with clean lines, sophisticated materials, and weaves the clients personality throughout, ensuring a design that will endure the test of time.
To learn more visit www.jaredshermanepps.com.