Jami Supsic, who currently holds the position of Deputy Style and Market Editor at Country Living magazine, entered the interior and architectural world as a shelter magazine editor, first with Western Interiors and Design in Los Angeles and later with Cottages & Gardens Publications in New York (working on the Hamptons, Connecticut, Palm Beach and Westchester magazines).

Over the years, covering the projects of some of the nation’s most talented architects and interior designers proved a thoroughly inspiring experience and in 2007 she began studying interior design at the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York City.

Jami, who briefly worked with a partner on A&J Interiors, decided to set out on her own founding Jami Supsic Designs in August of 2009. A full service design company, her goal is to bring well-designed living spaces to the masses at an affordable price.


14 responses to “About

  1. Lauri Leverett

    Jami – just checked out your website and blog and just wanted to give you a shout out and an ‘atta-gurl’ ! love it !

  2. Frank Valois

    I never knew you were in to interior design! Your work is awesome and it seems like you love it! Good luck with the company and good things will follow you I can assure!



  3. Feria

    I really like what you did with Meghan’s apartment.

    Would you be able to tell me/us what type of dresser this is?

    • Jami

      Hi Feria. Thanks for your comment! Meghan loved the romantic look of mirrored furniture, but most of our research in this area yielded pieces with high price tags. Fortunately we discovered Pier 1’s Hayworth line, a very affordable collection of mirrored furniture. I can’t recommend it enough!

  4. Kati


    Jam, I always knew you were talented in interior decorating but I must say you’ve certainly appear to have gotten into your groove and are thriving. I love absolutely everything you’ve put up here, it is so cool!

    I can’t wait for you to come out to Chicago and help Lori and I with our apartment…and we’re going to need it. Lori keeps saying she wants modern, but she does not know how to do modern and functionality at all. Help!

    So proud of you!

    PS- I think the only complaint I have is that you said that Christina’s World isn’t a painting of Mom. I still liked to pretend that it was…in the back field at Granny’s. 🙂

  5. jami!!! mia told me about your new business today, so i couldn’t wait to check out your designs. GORGEOUS work, girl. it’s so modern, clean and fresh. i wish i could fly you out here to design my new studio space! sending lots of love and best wishes your way. congrats!

  6. kathy marchiony


    That white “spikey contraption” looks like it’s a piece of Fenton Milkglass.

  7. Lauren


    I do not see an e-mail address for you here. Is it available to contact you at?

  8. great blog… i’ll keep looking…

  9. Hillary


    I finally ventured onto your website and I am in love (all over again) with you. I CANNOT wait to work on the reconstruction of my condo.


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