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About

Jeanne Barber

Lead Designer & Principal

As a former lawyer, I bring a methodical, problem-solving approach to every design challenge.

I strive to understand who you are and how you want to live so I can create a beautiful space that reflects your values. My design philosophy is 70% cashmere, 30% polyester — mixing and juxtaposing is my jam.

Outside of work, I devour the news (and coffee), love trying new restaurants, and am a reluctant hockey mom of two kids, after which my firm is named.

Jeanne Barber

Lead Designer & Principal

Brigid O'Loughlin

Lead Designer

Prior to joining the CG in 2018, I designed home furnishings for luxury retailers — everything from table top to bed linens.

I earned a BFA from Syracuse in surface pattern design, so I'm an unabashed fabric snob — 100% cashmere all the way.  I love all things old and beautiful and my favorite projects involve mixing patterns and prints in unexpected, yet elevated ways.

On the weekends, you'll find me painting, learning tennis, or visiting my family on Cape Cod.

Brigid O'Loughlin

Lead Designer

Julia Zajac

Lead Designer

I grew up in the West End of Hartford, surrounded by beautiful, old homes.  After attending McGill University and a stint in NYC, I returned home to Connecticut.

It's an honor decorating the same homes I once admired as a child.  Beauty, symmetry, and fine attention to detail guide my designs.  I love layering a home to give it a lived-in, collected feeling.

Besides my husband and two young daughters, I have a puppy named Ginger — yes, I named my dog after a Ginger Jar.

Julia Zajac

Lead Designer

Corey Hunton

Lead Designer

Creativity runs through my veins.  I earned a BFA in Fine Art and am a professionally educated makeup artist.

All things mid-century, unique and eclectic speak to my soul.  I love introducing clients to vintage pieces and local craftsmen, and have a knack for scoring items at auction.

In my free time, you'll find me arriving at flea markets at the crack of dawn to snag the best finds or driving a U-Haul all over New England transporting said finds.

Corey Hunton

Lead Designer

Jen Mallin

Design Assistant

I joke that I’m a professional shopper, but it’s the truth. I put my MBA to good use as Merchant / Planner / Operations Manager for Gilt Groupe, Bloomingdales, and Anthropologie.

At Camden Grace Interiors, I work under the direction of the lead designers in developing and executing design proposals and expertly styling spaces.

Besides shopping, I love to cook, read and spend time with my husband, three children and golden retriever fur baby.

Jen Mallin

Design Assistant

Ashley Earle

Director of Business Operations
& Project Management

I'm responsible for keeping projects running smoothly and on track.   Procurement, tracking and scheduling all runs through me.

My background is in furniture buying and logistics for retail, wholesale and industrial clients. I also hold a real estate license.

In case you’re wondering — yes, I maintain one mean color-coded calendar.

Ashley Earle

Director of Business Operations
& Project Management

Angie Pierandri

Director of Business Development & Project Management

I’m a proud South African and Huskie (go UCONN) with experience in marketing and as a coordinating producer in the sports and entertainment field.

In addition to building and enhancing our business relationships, I am also responsible for maintaining positive client relationships.

To that end, once a design is approved, I ensure efficiency and organization as a project nears completion; my install day “call sheets” are legendary.

Angie Pierandri

Director of Business Development & Project Management

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Meet our team

When you work with us, you'll be assigned a dedicated point person. But behind the scenes, clients benefit from our range of expertise and perspectives as we work together as a team to bring your project to fruition.

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We believe in karma. Good begets good.

Every year, we design and implement one pro bono project as part of our "Merry Makeover" initiative, at no cost to the recipient.

  • Over $50,000 in furnishings donated

  • Over 200 hours of design time donated

Happy clients

Annie H.

West Hartford, CT

I’m still in awe every time I walk into the redesigned space. We are hiring them for another project now. I highly recommend their work.”

“Camden Grace did an absolutely outstanding job... Their ideas, proactive communication on budget and timing and then the amazing finishing touches were a game changer.

Karen H.

Morris, CT

They were so helpful . . . and implemented the design seemingly effortlessly.“

“They listened to our ideas about the "vibe" we wanted in our new lake house and delivered!!

Steph & Will D.

West Hartford, CT

You always took into account our needs as a growing family, kept in mind our style, and were flexible with any changes we needed.”

“Thank you for making our home cozy and beautiful. Most importantly, thank you for making the process easy and enjoyable.

Jennifer & Stein H.

West Hartford, CT

They turned rooms into warm, happy places for my family.”

“Hire them!! . . . I love color and fun design and their product delivered more than I could have even wished for. I debated hiring them for over a year and now I cannot imagine my house without them.

We work with nice people, nationwide.