Jenny Dina Kirschner comes from a family full of recognized designers and artists; one could say the arts run in her blood. After growing up in St. Louis, Jenny spent more than a decade obtaining her BFA, MA, and Associate Degrees in multiple areas of fine art, design, and art education before moving to London to experience a different life and to study interior design. Jenny went on to work for design firms in London and New York before launching her firm, JDK Interiors. She has since worked on dozens of residential projects and has developed a reputation as a fearless, innovative interior designer, mixing various aesthetics and styles together and layering rich textiles, materials and furnishings to create unobvious, bespoke interiors that never sacrifice her clients’ visions or comfort. Jenny and her work have been featured in highly regarded media outlets, including Architectural Digest, House Beautiful, New York Magazine, Luxe Interiors + Design, Domino and NBC’s Open House New York. Contributing to her community is of utmost importance, and she participates in philanthropic industry events to support organizations such as Housing Works, Lenox Hill Neighborhood House and Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club. Jenny currently resides in her beloved neighborhood of Prospect Heights, Brooklyn with her husband, Aari, and two daughters, Minnie and Lulu.
Jenny Dina Kirschner
“The “home” has taken on a new life, and as a result, practicality will take more precedence in our designs. In the world of aesthetics, our desire to feel calm and connected to nature will also become paramount as we again begin to spend time indoors homeschooling and working from home. We will see a stronger use of organic elements, such as warm earth tones, layers of natural textures and materials, plants, handmade art, woven textiles and just about anything that can enhance that connection to nature. Organic imperfection will be the new perfection.”
I could design an entire room around Cliff Young’s Lollipop Lights. I can already envision myself looking up at a dozen of the delicate, organic glass lollipops, dangling in a space filled with warm, natural, sunny light, and going to my happy place.
Jenny Dina Kirschner
Baron Side Table
Karlie Arm Chair
Custom Slabwood Tables