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Jenna Nicole Interiors
Architecture by Jenna Nicole Interiors seen at Private Residence, Forest Hill - Updated Kitchen design

Updated Kitchen design

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A wall was removed to make room for this massive 5' by 9' quartz island. A perfect place to entertain! Pottery Barn light fixtures, white cabinetry, open shelving and a custom, hand-painted cement tile from Tabarka finish off the stunning design.

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Jenna Nicole Interiors

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I design beautiful, functional residential and commercial interiors.

Jenna Nicole Interiors - Harford, Baltimore, Cecil County. Let's see if I'm on the right track here. Just the thought of designing your home or business brings on a blinding headache and you'd rather jab a fork in your eye than spend another weekend wandering aimlessly through dreaded furniture stores. You're confused by the endless options, stuck in the Pinterest rabbit hole and if I'm being totally honest, you're beginning to resemble a "deer in the headlights." Am I close?

This is the precursor to design paralysis and few survive it.

I am an experienced interior design consultant who has created the spacious, residential and commercial interiors, for Vice Presidents of Fortune 500 companies, prominent physicians and highly successful business owners for the past 15 years.

After working as a Senior Design Consultant for an award-winning firm, I experienced, first hand, the frustrations many homeowners had in regard to the lack of service options for designing their home/business. I offer services to meet your needs! My unintimidating, relatable approach to design sets me apart from others in this field.

You can not underestimate the importance of loving your home. It’s your corner of the world and filled with the people you love most. I understand that it’s crucial for your home to be your “quiet” in this crazy, loud world we live in and your soft place to land at the end of a long day. It’s where you track how tall your kids have grown on the wall and their hand-prints are cemented in the driveway. It’s where you make memories and prepare the recipes that have been handed down from generation to generation. Your home should tell your story. It’s a story worth telling, it’s yours. Home . . . is where your life happens.