I first stumbled upon Kate Jackson’s work a few summers ago when her home was featured in an issue of Better Homes and Gardens. I immediately fell in love with how she blended old and new for a comfy, lived-in look. Her effortlessly chic spaces are a fun, fresh update to New England style.
What I love most about Kate’s design aesthetic, though, is how she masterfully incorporates personal pieces-artwork, mementos, shells, photos, souvenirs-into each space. She’s also quite a master at finding the most fabulous artwork, accessories and furniture at Home Goods, TJMaxx and on eBay. Kate proves that style doesn’t always have to be pricey. See more of her work on her recently revamped website here, but in the meantime, below are some of my favorite spaces Kate designed:
To see more of Kate's work, visit her website here.