Thursday, June 26, 2008

Sherryll Jackman - A designer where the sun Shines all the time

Sherryll Jackman hails from the sunny land of San Diego, California.
She is an incredibly versatile designer who also holds a real estate
license and general contractor's license along with her design degree.

She is the proud owner of The Jackman Group which is her design
company and owns a successful home furnishings company which she
runs with her daughter called Seaside Home.

I was really drawn to her above design. The color palette and
sophisticated yet inviting design really attracted me.

I've been seeing more statues of large animals
lately but I do like Blanc de Chine and these
two dogs are great examples.

Love the use of Chinese Mandarins for art on the
wall - juxtaposed with a wild zebra chair and modern
but classy furnishings.

She seems to have an asian element in many of
her designs. I for one, am not objecting to that -
nor am I objecting to the very inviting wing chair
in velvet.

Can't go wrong with creams and white.

Very chic dresser. I see that Ms Sherryll
also likes animal prints. She does not over
do it though. Just the right touch of it in
the overall scheme of things.

This is a very traditional looking tradition
which I adore the floor tiling she used.

A very elegant bath tub.

Again, love the the tiles and pattern of the flooring.

Ooh I'm used to seeing granite counter tops but not
the same slabs of granite for the flooring. Very neat!

This would be a bathroom any girl
or daughter would Love!

More to come on Sherryll's designs and her store.

All photos from The Jackman


M.Kate said... are back and much better I am sure :)

That Mandarin chinese art, I love it!!

And that bathroom....what can I say, except to dream of having one.

happy weekend :)

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TheDecoDetective said...

I'm very fond of that particular red at the moment. And, if someone gave me the inlaid wood cabinet I would say "Oh, ok then"
To be rich... But we'll have some fun at the second-hand store that the rich people miss out on!

Thank you so much for your comments, they made my day!!


Natalie Galitzine said...

Dear Karen!

I really hope you are feeling better! Allergies are sooo nasty and annoying and irritating...

About the designer. I like how she uses symmetry. Symmetry could be boring, - but here, to the contrary, it's very charming! Her colors are great, - very nice for the eye to rest upon! ...Actually, after looking so much onto those beautiful photographs, I start loosing words: instead I want to do something, create something, get a new piece of furniture, add some decoration, - even simply buy a fresh flower bouquet :) ... and keep on investigating the details of those photos :o)

My best wishes,


P.S.: I can't express how thankful I am for all your caring words! It makes me a much happier person to know that there is someone who can listen and understand. Not just someone, but a person I deeply admire! :o)

girl meets glamour said...

Congrats to your feature in the Post!!


e... said...

I am in love with the first shot - the mix of pink, blue, white, gold and black is so eye-catching! Beautiful post!


FancyPants-design said...

Ooooo. I love it! Beautiful interiors! Love all the mandarine elements!

columnist said...

The zebra covered carver (armchair?) is truly elegant, with its small back. Love it!

annechovie said...

Great post, Karen! I love Jackman's work and actually Harrison Howard, an artist friend of mine in San Diego, knows her and she has featured his work before. He introduced me to Seaside Home and her work and I am so glad to see you featuring it! Thanks!

Anonymous said...

Glad to see you back! These images are gorgeous! I especially loved the ones with purple flowers towards the light blue wall, and accented with brown wood and leather furnitures!