Introducing Jessica Gordon

Jessica Gordon

Jessica Gordon

I am so excited to officially introduce Jessica Gordon on my blog.  Jessica joined Noble Designs this spring.  She is doing design projects and it has been great having another set of eyes on our projects.  Her taste is impeccable and her flair for design was easy to see not only in her own home but as she designs for our clients.  So here's some facts about Jessica….

She has two kids, Ella and Eric.  She lives with them and her husband Grant in Overland Park.  She is from Tulsa, home of Charles Faudree :)  (I'll be honest, until I looked it up I forgot Charles was a famous designer).  She moved to Kansas City in 2001.  She has been at home doing the hardest job ever since 2003 and is now ready to get back into the workforce as her kids are a little older.  She loves bold patterns and textures and every shade of blue.  

She is longing for a dining room buffet and powder bath makeover which I feel are close at hand.  She's been pulling some fantastic wallpapers for consideration.  She enjoys tennis, quality time with family and friends, and is an active part of The Beds Program which provides new beds to kids in need in Kansas City.  

Her favorite designers are Miles Redd, Steven Grambel, Tobi Fairley and Melanie Turner.  So in honor of Jessica I am posting rooms designed by her favorites.  Giving full disclosure, Jessica picked the designers but I picked the rooms, just in case she doesn't love the photo I'm displaying.  Welcome aboard Jessica.

 

http://blog.thepinkpagoda.us/2013/01/blue-and-white-monday-navy.html  

http://blog.thepinkpagoda.us/2013/01/blue-and-white-monday-navy.html  

http://www.houseofturquoise.com/

http://www.houseofturquoise.com/

http://melanieturnerinteriors.com/projects.php#1

http://melanieturnerinteriors.com/projects.php#1

Via IMPERIO jp
Jessica looking good at the West Elm opening in Kansas City which was a hard task because it was about 100 degrees with all those people in there.

Jessica looking good at the West Elm opening in Kansas City which was a hard task because it was about 100 degrees with all those people in there.