Jenjuice Hospitality

Jenjuice Hospitality

5.0
26 years in business

About this pro

We've worked with international designers, designed restaurants, styled hotels, and curated tabletops for the best food and beverage spots around America. We want to bring that same hospitality to your home and create your unique style.

Have a peek at the website www.jenjuicehospitality.com for some great ideas. 

We love pulling our clients' ideas, Pinterest boards, and travel ideas and creating functional spaces for entertaining, working, and relaxation.

With a 28-year hospitality eye, we can visualize empty spaces and make them functional and stylish on a budget.

Have a look at 

JENJUICE HOSPITALITY  https://www.jenjuicehospitality.com/3-home/design/

Pinterest - https://in.pinterest.com/jenjuicehospitality/_saved/

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Dallas, TX 75201
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What is your typical process for working with a new customer?

We first send you a questionnaire to understand your scope of work, budget, timeline and decide if we're the right fit via E- Design

Next, you send us your Pinterest board inspiration including magazine and personal photos, and we'll get the job rolling in sourcing all the details.

PROCESS E-Design Starter

E- Design Results:

1- Discovery Call

2- 1 Inspiration Room and Concept Board - furniture, lighting, rugs, accessories to fixtures 

3- 1 Final Room Design

4- Custom Color Palette

5- Master Shopping List with Links 

6- Designer Direction and Notes

7- Styling Tips and Guidelines 

Note: Customer will place order and coordinate delivery and installation 

Additional Fee:

+ Designer can set up the rooms in person and co-ordinate delivery for an additional fees  

+ Direct messaging with Designer

+ Open concept spaces 

+ Floorplan


What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

I've been sourcing and decorating for 25 years with my restaurant & hotel consultancy company, Jenjuice Hospitality.

www.jenjuicehospitality.com 

As for homes, I decorate and source based on personal budget, style and Pinterest inspiration. I use everyday design companies from West Elm, Domino, Wayfair, Soho Home, Restoration Hardware, IKEA to personal hospitality trade accounts and restaurant sources. 


Do you have a standard pricing system for your services? If so, please share the details here.

INTERIOR DESIGN (hybrid model) $150/hr or flat fee

- concept direction, sourcing, styling, decorating, budgeting, and project management services

1) E-DESIGN

E- Design Results:

1- Discovery Call

2- 1x Inspiration Room and Concept Board - furniture, lighting, rugs, accessories fixtures (2 revisions)

3- 1x Final Room Design

4- Custom Color Palette

5- Master Shopping List with Links 

6- Designer Direction and Notes

Note: Customer will place all orders and coordinate delivery and installation 

Additional Fee:

+ Designer can set up the rooms in person and coordinate delivery for additional fees  


How did you get started in this business?

While living in Paris and New York City in the 90's I fell in love with good design, stylish events, amazing food, and hotels. My first hospitality job was at New York's Iconic Royalton Hotel, owned by Ian Schrager and designed by Phillips Starck. His whimsical designs made people smile and invited them into a world of hospitality unseen in Manhattan. From here, I stayed on path and created amazing restaurants, hotel, bars, private clubs and rooftop spaces. ( see www.jenjuicehospitality.com ) 


What types of customers have you worked with?

Families

Moms

Entrepreneurs 

Real estate developers

General Contractors 

Restaurant Owners

Chefs


Describe a recent event you are fond of.

Since COVID, rediscovering all the new cool spots in Dallas and how stylish the city is turning!


What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a pro in your area of expertise?

Go to PINTEREST and find your style. Figure out what you like and don't like. Even some hotel vacation shots will help!


What questions should customers think through before talking to pros about their needs?

What are your 3 favorite hotels?

What's your design style in 3 photos? Find on PINTEREST

What's your budget? How much do you want to pay for a couch or chair?

When do you want the job to be complete?