Known for a strong architectural foundation, an innovative use of color, and idiosyncratic combinations of furniture she collects for her clients, Jane Hallworth has quietly become a go-to resource for Los Angeles tastemakers looking to infuse their homes with imaginative mixes of blue-chip 20th century, cutting-edge contemporary pieces, and rarefied antiques.
Chief among the things that attracts Hallworth’s choosy clientele is her ability to translate their passions into utterly unique, deeply personal interiors. “I try to find that moment between looking towards the future and looking to the past, between modernism and historicism that is fleeting and so difficult to capture. I don’t have a singular design aesthetic or a typical client. However, my clients do tend to be storytellers in their own right, and that is very exciting. Weaving their narratives with my own creates a certain alchemy. I hope to nurture and feed their own instincts in design, to help them find their own ability to create, and by doing so my own tastes are inspired and evolve.”
Today her client list reads like a who’s who of young Hollywood’s most celebrated stars, but Hallworth’s discretion and lack of interest in the spotlight have kept her name largely unknown beyond the perimeters of the city’s most inner circles, until now.