Jacqueline Douglas is a designer, focusing on interior spaces.
She brings an artist’s sensibilities to every project, creating individual, distinctive interiors where colour is key and narrative is ever present. Project managing and designing for Commercial and Residential interiors, the brief varies but the desire to achieve drama and narrative always remains.
Design starts with a curious mind and, in Jacqueline’s case, this constant willingness to embrace new concepts and skills has enabled a wide ranging career. Trained in Interior Design and Textile Design, Jacqueline transitioned from working as a print maker for fashion & interiors when she joined luxury brand, Savoir Beds
As Designer here, she worked amongst artisans who excel in handcrafted finishes and collaborated on projects featuring international leaders within the field of design.
Consequently, Jacqueline is well practised at taking a brief from conception to production, always maintaining a creative eye.
Trained in Portraiture at Heatherley’s School of Art, drawing is at the centre of everything Jacqueline does. Attached, a selection of mixed media art works including, ‘Josephine’, a portrait commissioned to hang in the Old School Photographic Studio,London
Jacqueline Douglas is a designer who brings an artist’s eye to every assignment, whether commercial or residential interiors, bespoke textiles or commissioned art. Trained at Central Saint Martins and graduating with a First Class Degree, Jacqueline has over 25 years experience across a wide range of creative sectors.
Her Anglo Caribbean heritage has provided a unique outlook and she has written on the subject of race, identity and Caribbean design. Creative passion and verve is born out of all of these interests and experiences and through it she offers innovative, forward thinking design for a range of clients.