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Jennifer Brown


“I believe design is a contributing factor to help you live your best life. Our surroundings, home or workspace, all contribute to our happiness and success. This is what I call the “built environment” around you. Your space can provide happiness, comfort, productivity, safety and more.”
Jennifer grew up on construction job sites and in her father Keith’s millwork shop. He taught her about building materials, individual trades, and most importantly, how to coordinate them all. That lead her to follow in his footsteps and make design and construction her career.

Jennifer has an extensive background in design, art and business. She also earned her LEED professional credentials (LEED AP ID+C). This advanced knowledge in green building means she can design healthy, durable homes and commercial spaces that use fewer resources and produce less waste.

Her passion for color, balance and functional design is evident in all her projects and in her hobbies. On the weekends Jennifer can often be found in the middle of a home improvement project or painting a landscape in acrylics. (In fact, the Decca headquarters showcases artwork by a few members of the team.)

But her greatest gift is her talent for organization.

“My job is to alleviate any stress or pressure clients inevitably encounter during a project,” she says. She has guided hundreds of clients through interviews, design ideas, selecting materials, building and furnishing both personal and commercial spaces.

In the normal course of a project, Jennifer becomes fully familiar with every detail so she can anticipate and resolve any issues quickly and efficiently.

She enjoys the wide variety of Decca clients and projects—everything from exploring the myriad of design possibilities to the challenge of working within a budget to achieve each clients’ dream.

Her secret is her client-focused approach to her work. She gets to know every client personally, which she believes is key to creating a finished space that meets their every need.

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