Jodie O'Connor

Jodie O’ Designs,LLC


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Meet the Designer

Jodie O’Connor received her B.A. at Seton Hall University, and attended Berkeley College of Interior Design.

Her work is predominately in N.J., and she has also done work in N.C., Florida and Las Vegas. She has ongoing projects both in the commercial and residential arena. Her style reflects a distinct feel of refinement, with classic, eclectic touches. However, Jodie’s passion for design surpasses any particular style.

Jodie feels her most important skill is actively listening to her clients’ needs and desires. Jodie has established a relationship with the best team of resources to ensure every detail of success. When working on new construction, Jodie works with the architect and contractors to make sure all of her client’s needs are met.

About the Project

The homeowner’s objective was to create a relaxed transitional living space for their young family to grow in. Functionality, durability and quality were key components to the selection of all the pieces and materials used in this home, from custom upholstered stools to high quality tile. As always, we worked very closely with the homeowners in order to learn about their lifestyle and choose items accordingly. They were extremely pleased with the results and how the project came together.

The master bathroom was designed with classic yet simple clean lines and doesn’t spare on attention to detail. The bathroom has 4 unique but cohesive tile selections. The inside of the shower has a gorgeous wall detail of Calacatta and Thassos in a classic chevron pattern. Bianco Carrara mosaic on the shower floor complements the chevron walls. Finally, the bathroom floor has a honed 12×24 Bianco Carrara, with the wall tile consisting of 12×24 Glassos porcelain.

The transitional style kitchen features a gorgeous tile backsplash utilizing Statuary Polished Marble. The tiles used here were 2 x 8″ cut from 16 x 16″. The area above the stove was designed with the same marble as the backsplash in a Herringbone mesh pattern that serves as a beautiful focal point for the room.

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