WOW! How did this happen? I have always had a passion for art and design; a love of beautiful things.
My mother and maternal grandmother ran a design shop while I was growing up and my uncle, and his father before him, ran an upholstery shop. My paternal grandmother lived in a home decorated in beautiful fabrics and full of trinkets from all over the world. I was lucky to grow up in beautiful spaces and surrounded by creative people. Colordrunk Designs was established in 2013. While in hindsight it feels like interior design was my destiny, this all happened almost by accident. After graduating from the University of Georgia with a fashion degree, I worked for several years in the fashion industry, including a stint with Marc Jacobs in New York. Life eventually brought me back to Georgia, and after getting married and having my first child; we decided to buy a house. We didn’t just buy a house, though; we ripped one down and rebuilt it from the ground up. That experience was my design education by fire. Friends began approaching me for design help, and Colordrunk Designs was born!
Part designer, part therapist, I truly believe that a person’s surroundings affect the way they feel. My goal with Colordrunk Designs is to help every client feel their best in their own space. I work to ensure that each and every client feels absolutely comfortable in his or her home. I work closely with my clients to create a beautiful, but also functional space. Every client is different, and I pride myself on listening to my clients and creating a unique space that works best for each and every on of them.
Whether it's a whole-house design, renovation, or just a one-room facelift, no job is too big or small. On each project, I work to create a bespoke design that reflects each client's individual wants, needs, personality, and budget. After all, good design and a comfortable space shouldn't have to be a luxury.
Further, as a young mother of two myself, designing for families, particularly those with young children, is a specific focus for me.
I am currently offering on-site projects throughout the Southeast, as well as
e-decorating for long distance clients.
Oh, and for those "color-phobes" out there, don't be shy about contacting me! I will try to cure you of your fear of color, but if I am not successful, I can promise you a beautiful design-in a palette you are comfortable with.
Originally from Columbus, Georgia, Jenna Buck Gross now lives in Decatur, Georgia with her husband, Caleb, daughters, Mary Jennings (5) and Lottie (3).