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A tastemaker in every sense of the word…
Janet Gregg’s creative talents span the realm of design from flowers, art and interiors to her signature jewelry line, Janet Porcher Gregg LTD.
Janet began her career in New York City under the tutelage of interior design maven Charlotte Moss. She later moved on to work as a venerable director with the Vaughan lighting company, further expanding her knowledge and contacts within the industry.
In 2002, Janet channeled her creative energy and established JPGltd. Shortly thereafter, a unique property in the historic district of downtown Charleston helped to persuade her move South. Janet’s change of pace has led to a more balanced and inspiring environment. Her signature pieces reflect classic motifs with a modern, organic edge based around a casual but chic lifestyle.
When not in her Charleston studio, Janet may be found criss-crossing the United States hosting exclusive trunk shows from Atlanta to Aspen. She often partners with like-minded luxury lines for trunkshows such as Charlotte Brody, Glamourpuss, Roberta Freymann, Irving and Fine, and J.McLaughlin.
Janet’s clients are among the who’s who of American style.
Janet’s work has been featured by a wide range of print media including House Beautiful, Elle Décor, Departures, Cottage Living, House and Garden, Woman’s Day, Charleston Art Mag and Charleston Home as well as on numerous style-minded blogs such as The English Room, Charleston Academy of Domestic Pursuits & Lacquered Life.
We’ve had a crush on this interior designer since the moment we walked into her home furnishings store in Dilworth — Abode Home Design. As soon as we looked around we just had to find out more about her and her designs. We are extremely excited to feature Mary Tobias Miller as this month’s Interior Designer Crush.
You have an expansive design resume — tell us a little bit about how you got started in interior design.
I moved to New York when I was 22 to complete an eight-week entree program at the New York School of Design, and I ended up staying for the better part of 10 years. I loved every single minute of my time in the city. I took continuing education classes, worked for three different interior design firms, got my associates degree from Parsons and worked part-time at Sotheby’s in the evenings and on the weekends.
Read the full article here: https://styleblueprint.com/charlotte/everyday/interior-designer-crush-mary-tobias-miller/