Interior designer Corey Damen Jenkins mixes vibrant colors with layered patterns to create architecturally inspired spaces that are, at once, elegant, inventive and timeless. Taking cues from runway fashion, his residences feature luxurious and refined materials including intricate wallcoverings, sculptural lighting and stately furnishings. Jenkins’ goal “is to ensure that my clients’ homes are always classic, chic and without an expiration date,” states the designer. Jenkins’ work can be found throughout the country with client projects in New York, Connecticut, Texas and his home base of Michigan.
Most recently Jenkins was honored with Traditional Home’s “New Trad” Rising Star of Design Award, as well as an extensive cover feature highlighting a recent commission. His work has also garnered attention from numerous publications including Architectural Digest, The Wall Street Journal, House Beautiful, Veranda, Domino, and HGTV. His brand has expanded into product design with the 2016 launch of Corey Damen Jenkins Exclusively for Leathercraft, a line of elegant home furnishings. In 2018, Corey will debut a new lighting collection with Hudson Valley Lighting—the first designer collaboration in the brand’s history. He was also recently tapped as the designer for the national ad campaign (Vanity Fair, Elle Décor) for bath brand American Standard’s luxury DXV line.
Jenkins also strongly believes in giving back to the design community. His firm generously supports a number of charities including Housing Works: Design On A Dime, Variety For The Children, The Detroit Symphony Orchestra, and DIFFA: Dining By Design in New York City.
“One peek through Corey Damen Jenkins’ impressive portfolio shows that he is a true visionary. He sees beyond the obvious, taking his clients to another level that exceeds their wildest dreams.” — Jeanine Matlow, The Detroit News