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Meet Jennifer


Jennifer Vreeland McDermott, owner of JV Design LLC, has put her degree in Interior Design from the NY Fashion Institute of Technology to diverse use. She traveled widely for 15 years as Special Projects Director for Country Living magazine to produce and style lifestyle and decorating stories, in addition to designing dozens of kitchens, bathrooms and other interior spaces for the magazine. The next six years, she became editor in chief of New Jersey Life, and later, editor in chief of Health & Life magazine, which she redesigned and rebranded, and spun off publications for each.

A professional member of the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) and Interior Design Society (IDS), Jennifer also uses her design acumen in television appearances. Extremely media savvy, she has served as production designer for HGTV’s “Property Brothers” and production stylist for PBS's "This Old House". She appeared in two seasons of Style Network’s show, “Jerseylicious”; one episode was filmed at Jennifer’s own home.


Known for her use of color, mixing patterns and layering old with new, Jennifer has a knack for curating inviting family-friendly spaces that reflect her clients’ personal style and their history. Interiors are harmonious and functional, fusing style with comfort. Her design work has been published in such magazines as Country LivingThis Old House Magazine, Good Housekeeping, Woman’s Day, VUE, and Design NJ, among others. 

 “I LOVE all things design! With a roll-up-your-sleeves attitude and endless energy, I’m ready to conquer any project large or small. I treat every client’s challenge as if it were my own; I intuitively understand and respect my clients’ needs, wants and budget. Good design can truly change your life!”

JV Design, LLC is a full-service interior design firm experienced in everything from new build construction to simple room restyling. Based in Charleston, SC, with clients up and down the East Coast.

Jennifer is a proud volunteer of Women Build, Charleston Habitat for Humanity, Low Country Food Bank, and Reading Partners South Carolina.

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