Jenny Fischbach Design, LLC
JENNY FISCHBACH DESIGN, LLC
127 East 69th Street, PH, New York, NY 10021, ph.: (212) 602-1440, email: email@example.com
How many years have you been in business in NYC?
I started my business, Jenny Fischbach Design, in 2012 after spending 16 years working at Cullman & Kravis.
How did you get your start and what was your initial inspiration?
Interior Design is in my DNA. In High School, I always found myself getting to parties late because I would continually rearrange my room. My first internship was an incredible experience working for Jane Churchill in London.
What do you feel differentiates you from others in your field?
Post college I considered going to work on Wall Street before committing to interior design. Most interior designers love to shop…I love tracking the budget.
What do you feel gives you longevity in this big city with so many options?
Every project is different, so there’s a sense of adventure with each new client, which keeps me motivated.
How do you positively impact your clientele?
I listen closely and collaborate with each client to create beautiful spaces that are curated and tailored to suit their lifestyle and design aesthetic. A client should enjoy the process. I feel strongly that you are only as good as who you surround yourself with. I have been fortunate enough to work with unbelievable clients, architects, contractors, owner’s reps and vendors.
What is your favorite part of your job?
I love managing the construction but the highlight is the installation and handover when you see how the client responds to the home we have created together.
What is your favorite secret NYC spot?
How do you benefit mamas?
I stress about the small stuff so they don’t have to. Having two children I understand how a family home should be designed. I focus on the durability and the functionality of every detail on every project.
What is the most memorable feedback a client has given you?
Tears of joy at a handover.
Pay it forward and name your top colleagues in the same field or related field:
Ellie Cullman, Allan Greenberg and Oliver Cope
What is the best advice anyone's ever given you? Or what is your "mantra" / words to live by?
What’s meant to be is meant to be.
As moms, the day can escape us, what is your best time-saving trick?
I think multi-tasking is the only way to make it through the day. Running my own business and having kids is a juggling act and the more you juggle the more efficient you need to become.