Principal Designer and Owner Jennifer Jones brings a well-honed and well-traveled eye to Niche Interiors. A native Californian who studied Art History in Rome, Jennifer’s designs achieve an elusive blend of sophistication and sustainability. She launched Niche Interiors in 2007, where her process-driven approach to design has earned her the trust of more than 60 residential clients and counting. As the mother of a six-year-old, Jennifer has developed a keen and highly personal understanding of family-friendly design. Her own home is located in Piedmont, where you’re likely to find her on urban hikes with her husband, son, and rescue dog or searching for vintage treasures at the flea market. Jennifer has a Bachelor of Science degree in Design from UC Davis.
Senior Designer Lynn Trinh earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Interior Architecture from UC Davis and began her career at a custom furniture workroom before joining Niche Interiors in 2012. Lynn’s commitment to client satisfaction and strong project management skills ensure a smooth project from start to finish. With her knack for sketching and a refined eye for detail, Lynn designs bespoke furniture to suit all of our clients’ individual needs. As our in-house foodie, she spends her weekends testing out new gourmet recipes and exploring San Francisco’s culinary gems.
Anna Eways graduated with honors from UC Davis in 2014 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Interior Architecture. Anna loves the challenge of space planning and coming up with design solutions that accommodate a client’s specific needs. She revels in the process of discovering a client’s aesthetic preferences and interpreting their personal style into the design of their home. Her attention to detail and strong work ethic keep projects on time and on budget. Anna enjoys yoga and the outdoors, and finds design inspiration from her international travels, including trips to Italy, France, Peru, and Greece.
Arielle Dycaico graduated from San Francisco State University with a B.S. in Interior Design, bringing with her a passion for sustainability and local design. When she isn’t sourcing and returning samples at the San Francisco Design Center she enjoys spending time in nature and finding inspiration from her travels, most recently a semester abroad in Milan.