Jeffrey Brooks has been working in the field on interior design for a quarter century. His interiors have been featured in "New York Spaces", " Design New Jersey", "New Jersey House and Home". The New York Times commented his design work on the Long Valley Pub and Brewery Restaurant: "the conversion of this 120 year old grain storage building is masterfully done ...the interiors are peerless". Participation in designer showhouses include Morristown Memorial Hospital's "Mansion in May", The Summit Fortnightly Showhouse, and The Junior League of Greater Princeton Showhouse. At 18 years of age he earned first prize in a state wide competion for furniture design. This led to studies in Applied Arts and Graphic Design at The New School University in New York City.
"Functional and effective rooms whether in the home or workplace are the result of a close collaboration between the designer and the client. Our surroundings impact the way we feel so I measure the success of a project by the sense of comfort and happiness a client experiences when the job is done. Listening to the client is the key." Competent and inventive use of color is one hallmark of Mr. Brooks' work. His eye for detail and ability to maximize budget are his calling cards. Work includes residential and commercial interiors with a specialty in restaurant and hospitality interiors.
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