We're excited to introduce Jeremy Clark, founder of Jeremy D. Clark Studio. Whether it’s global influences, collected art, or the juxtaposition of texture and color, Jeremy skillfully incorporates the nuances of the storytelling that is design, and allows them to play out in thoughtful, unexpected ways.
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AN: How would you describe your style?
JC: My taste is ever evolving -- but forever relying on a timeless lens. I approach design with a mindset of storytelling: incorporating global influences when appropriate, contemporary art in the space allows, or balancing the juxtaposition of texture and color. It's the marriage of contrasting elements that excites me and guides my designs.
AN: What got you interested in secondhand, vintage and antique items?
JC: I first became interested in antiques after turning through House & Garden, Veranda, Southern Living -- and more, to realize that some of the most exciting interiors were layered with one-of-a-kind finds that were hunted for and lovingly collected. Upon noticing that, the rest was history.
AN: What are the one or two things that you always find yourself bidding on?
JC: I constantly find myself bidding on art.
AN: What's your absolute favorite item ever purchased through an estate sale or online auction?
JC: My favorite purchase is an Italian 18th Century Marquetry mirror. I've never once regretted it!
More About Jeremy
Jeremy Clark is the founder of his eponymous firm, Jeremy D. Clark Studio, a full service design studio specializing in luxury residential, commercial, and hospitality projects in addition to a growing roster of brand development projects for companies both large and small. Clark gravitates towards spaces that are foremost timeless, but excels at tailoring each residential space to honor both the lifestyle and persona of his clients. Whether it’s global influences, collected art, or the juxtaposition of texture and color, Jeremy skillfully incorporates the nuances of the storytelling that is design, and allows them to play out in thoughtful, unexpected ways. Clark’s projects extend from coast to coast, but the quaint neighborhood of Forest Park in Birmingham, Alabama is where he calls home.