Jane Synnestvedt Interior Design Inc.

photo by George Dzharistos

This master bath takes advantage of lake views and has his-and-hers sides with the shower in the center of the space. Custom built-ins combine with easy care.

photo by George Dzharistos

The shower features built-in niches recessed into the wall and two shower heads.

photo by George Dzharistos

The woman’s vanity features custom cabinetry with electrical outlets in the drawers to conceal appliances.

photo by George Dzharistos

In this home office, a custom-designed console houses files and supplies. The map on the wall allows the clients to pin their travels.

photo by George Dzharistos

A home office features a custom-designed desk to conceal a printer. To personalize the space we framed photos from the client's various travels.

photo by George Dzharistos

In a foyer an existing marble fireplace was updated and an opening was added in the wall to showcase a stained glass panel.

photo by George Dzharistos

This guest bath features milky glass tiles from Virginia Tile. Green and blue tiles in the shower and around the mirror create a tropical effect that the client desired.

photo by George Dzharistos

A detail of the beautiful tiles from Virgina Tile used to frame the guest bath mirror. Kohler fixtures.

photo by George Dzharistos

Custom niches in the shower featuring the tropical themed tiles.

photo by George Dzharistos

An elegant woman’s home office features antiques from Judy Frankel Antiques and lighting fixture and accents from Uttermost. The end result is both updated and traditional.

photo by George Dzharistos

In a foyer an existing marble fireplace was updated. Our metal worker created a frame for a one-of-a-kind stained glass panel that allows light to flow into the space.

photo by George Dzharistos

A laundry room remodel features beautiful slate flooring and custom built-ins to house the appliances and laundry supplies.

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Using a soft color palette makes the outdoors and indoors work well together.

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An upstairs loft area features luxurious and comfortable details. Custom fabric on the Lancaster sofa and ottoman coordinate with pillows from Old World Weavers. A bone tray and rug from The Ghiordes Knot complete the look.

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Custom art is showcased in this dining room.

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The larger scale of this kitchen space requires the right accessories. Pops of color add contrast to the neutral marble.

photo by George Dzharistos

We mixed traditional seating with a functional bench in this breakfast nook. Thibaut performance fabric is used to withstand children and pets who also enjoy the space!

photo by George Dzharistos

A large and airy living room uses scale-appropriate sofas and custom bucket chairs. The art piece over the fireplace was purchased and customized with lighting and a metal frame. Crystal obelisks and candles are on either sude for balance and symmetry.

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A kitchen collaboration with Hunter Roberts Homes. The bright and airy space affords beautiful views of Pine Lake and truly captures the lifestyle of lake living.

photo by Beth Singer

Mirrored tile with an antique finish was used behind the bed. There are automated blinds built into the window treatments.

photo by Beth Singer

A kitchen addition with loads of natural light and soft color palette.

photo by Beth Singer

A kitchen addition with loads of natural light and a soft color palette.

photo by George Dzharistos

Custom bookcases on either side of the television offer symmetry and storage. Mercury glass balls have lights for a subtle glow. The bucket chairs swivel for television viewing.

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This renovated gourmet kitchen also has a lovely sitting area furnished with a table for dining. Hundred-year-old barn beams and extensive custom woodwork were incorporated into the overall kitchen area design.

photo by Shane Dietrich

This beautiful home was renovated by building a new kitchen in a new addition. The dining room table was custom-designed to complement the chairs around the table, which are from the client's personal collection.

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There is a hidden icemaker within the custom cabinets that is functional and larger than the regular ones of traditional refrigerators. There is a copper hood over the range that is complemented by Pewabic tile in this gourmet kitchen.

This clean and simple laundry room allows the client lots of room for drip-drying garments.

photo by Beth Singer

A simple but elegant entry. Take your shoes off and stay awhile.

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These clients wanted the artifacts that they have collected from their travels to be integrated into the room. Here we custom-framed African masks that work well with rugs and architectural details.

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The colors of the sea were the inspiration of this bathroom. Patterns work well when other elements are kept simple.

photo by Beth Singer

This gourmet kitchen has all of the exquisite amenities that one could ask for - a custom granite counter, cabinets with stained-glass doors, and a mix of other materials were used in the remodel.

photo by George Dzharistos

The breakfast nook in this client’s home is punctuated by a funeral cloth from Thailand was purchased during a trip to that country.

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A warm feeling is created by the unexpected use of copper in this turret area.

photo by Beth Singer

A kitchen with a mix of traditional and contemporary elements.

photo by Shane Dietrich

This remodeled kitchen has a wall full of windows that allows for use of a darker tile color palette. Clear lighting fixtures were selected to keep the tile as the focal point. The contemporary ventilation hood works well in the space.

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A comfortable family room accented with antique baskets and ceramic jars collected by the clients from some of their extensive travels.

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The built-ins balance the size and scale of the custom sliding barn door.

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A beautiful neutral bedroom where we used the client’s own antique rug and covered their chairs with Laura Kirar fabric. We are always happy to incorporate your treasures with new items to create your own unique look!

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There was a new contemporary master bedroom and a large master dressing room added to this home. Custom closets were added throughout the master dressing room. Everything was designed in collaboration with the homeowners.

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This handsome man’s den was all-new construction and was built to flow with the rest of the home using some architectural elements that we could salvage from the original home and property. This very comfortable room was updated to top standards.

The kitchen and dining area of this Pine Lake home really take advantage of the gorgeous views! We brought the outdoors in by using motorized blinds that allow an unobstructed view.

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The wood ceiling and repurposed built-in cabinets ground this handsome den.

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This living room incorporates the original mercer tile fireplace and murals from the original farm house that was torn down.

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A cozy paneled den. Luxe fabrics from Duralee, Robert Allen, and Laura Kirar.

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The light from this transom window is an important design element in this back entry/stairwell.

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This is a transitional family living room addition with attention to detail and a casual, welcoming atmosphere.

photo by Shane Dietrich

This handsome bar has Lucian metallic tiles in the backsplash. The custom-designed antique glass door is made of hand-leaded glass, and there is a rich marble countertop.

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Original archways came down to create this gourmet kitchen with all the bells and whistles.

photo by Shane Dietrich

The custom-built cabinets in this transformed kitchen in Beverly Hills included a set of corner drawers that were constructed to be in the place of lazy Susans and make the best use of a corner for this client.

photo by Beth Singer

A transitional kitchen addition is well thought-out for the way this family lives.

photo by George Dzharistos

This shower features a zero entry shower allowing the clients to age in place. We used Kohler fixtures and easy-care porcelain tile from Virginia Tile. The decorative panel uses custom marble for an elegant accent.

photo by Beth Singer

The use of pedestals and a glass top keep this dining space light and airy.

photo by George Dzharistos

We incorporated a built-in niche with a bench below eye level so as not to detract from the overall design.

photo by George Dzharistos

Custom cabinetry was used in this handsome master bath. Kohler fixtures.

photo by Beth Singer

This is a master bathroom with a custom shower that has many amenities. The laundry is located behind the wood doors. Subtle lighting was installed, which is engaged only when there is movement in the master bathroom.

photo by Beth Singer

This custom-cut stone that was scribed to the wood floor is not only beautiful, but it is also very functional. The stone material helps make it easier with the cleanup of the residue created with by the wood stove.

photo by Shane Dietrich

A handsome wine rack was built above a newly added serving area. Both are surrounded by cabinets and drawers for storage that make this new space a winner! They replace the floor-to-ceiling cabinets in this Beverly Hills kitchen.

Design Philosophy

My design philosophy was created through working closely with clients for 20+ years in the Detroit region. My design perspective was influenced by places I have worked in and experience from urban settings, remote islands, residential projects, commercial jobs and new builds. My clients have graciously described me as transparent, confident, and a perfectionist in bringing the latest design trends to them. I have built long-lasting relationships with them as they see me as providing great value.

Specialties

Jane Synnestvedt Interior Design specializes in remodeling and new construction projects for commercial and residential clients, creating color palettes and making materials selection, maximizing room and space design, as well as managing construction projects. We have a great relationship with skilled tradesmen at competitive pricing.

Fee Methods

Fees are hourly and/or cost plus depending on the services needed and the scale of the project. Retainer may be required.

Complimentary Consultation

Yes

Additional Information

My design business has grown entirely through referrals. I have a team of experienced professionals who work with clients to develop the project scope, help keep the budget on track, and the project schedule on time. Whether designing an Idaho lakefront home, a restaurant, New York City penthouse, or transforming a single room, our project management skills, versatility, and extensive network of tradesmen and vendors make the creation of personalized space enjoyable.