Sophisticated Lifestyle Design
You are a discerning, busy professional who needs help creating the home of your dreams, or designing your business to work harder and smarter for you, while wowing your clients. Jennifer Butler Design is a leading interior design firm specializing in custom and sophisticated residential, hospitality and commercial environments, as well as other interior design services.
Established in 2003, Jennifer Butler Design is widely recognized as a preeminent Michigan interior design firm with an outstanding team of professionals.
At JBD, your unique personality and preferences lead our designs. We do not subscribe to a signature style for our clients to follow. We are not predictable — in the best way!
The thread that holds our work together is a collaborative experience where we attend to each detail of the interior design process with precision and care from start to finish. Every project we undertake, we value doing it right the first time and taking measures to ensure that our work is designed and executed with the highest level of quality and craftsmanship.
Our Grand Rapids-based studio is noted for attracting a diverse group of home and business owners from across the country, looking for designers that provide a higher caliber of interior design and service.
Our portfolio of work includes new construction and renovation of custom luxury and waterfront residences, professional offices, hospitality environments, day spas, and private health and wellness practices. Our interior design projects span the country, from Lake Michigan, Harbor Springs, and throughout the Grand Rapids area to Chicago, Florida, and New Jersey.
We are mindful of designing interiors that leave a gentle footprint on our built environment. While there are many ways we do this, one way is by providing LEED Accredited Professional interior designers on our team who are knowledgeable about developments in sustainable building practices and are able to offer sustainable design solutions for homeowners and business owners looking to create buildings that are more resource-efficient, cost-effective, socially-conscious, and enhance the quality of life for the people who make and use them.