About Jenna Wedemeyer Design

My Mission

My approach to interior design is collaborative and client-centric. The goal is always to identify your style and elevate it, not impose my own.

You can have a gorgeous home like you see in the magazines without compromising your individuality and the reality that is life. A home should be classic and timeless, livable and luxurious, soulful and one-of-a-kind.

It can be a masterpiece without becoming a museum piece. You have kids, pets, parents, and guests. You have accumulated a lifetime’s worth of treasures from travels and family members. The design of your home should highlight and celebrate these things.


Jenna Wedemeyer has transformed my home from merely comfortable to serene and elegant. Her inspiration and guidance have allowed us to enjoy our home more than we ever imagined.

She listens to your needs and desires and guides the design so it is a true reflection of your personality — only more brilliant.

— Margo

A Little More About Me

I established JWD, Inc. over 10 years ago after working in the fashion industry with luxury brands Neiman Marcus, Giorgio Armani, and The J. Peterman Company. I appreciate high fashion and high end but never at the expense of timelessness and durability.

My business background (MBA) places an importance on the concept of Value and makes me a careful steward of my clients’ time and money.

Like you, I find designer fee structures confusing and shady. For this reason, I am completely transparent in my pricing and invoicing leaving nothing open for question. Additionally, in hopes of elevating best practices in my industry, I founded the Interior Design Peer Alliance (IDPA) in 2010.

I care deeply about the people I work for and with. I choose to work with a small group of clients, taking only a few select projects annually, so I can focus on them fully.

Finally, in addition to finding joy in helping clients create beautiful homes, I am passionate about rescuing animals. I currently have 4 dogs, 2 of my own and 2 fosters- a senior hospice, named Sunshine and a puppy, named Franklin.

If this sounds intriguing, I would love to hear from you.