Anna Jacoby has been designing rooms for “real people” like you since launching her business in 2000. Her designs not only look beautiful, but they are also practical and livable. Most important to Anna is that her clients feel comfortable and happy, in well-appointed and customized spaces. She works collaboratively with her clients, designing rooms that truly reflect their personalities and lifestyles.
Anna studied Interior Design at Ohlone College in Fremont, and is a Certified Interior Designer (CID). She studied color and design at the Eiseman Center for Color Information, and is also a Certified Living in Place Professional (CLIPP). She stays current and finds inspiration through independent courses, workshops, trade shows, and conferences.
In 2003, Anna started writing a bi-weekly column called “Real Life Rooms” and continues to write a monthly interior design column for the Tri City Voice. Look for it in the Home and Garden section the last week of each month.
Her own remodeled kitchen was featured in two national magazines, and her work has also been featured in the trade publication Kitchen & Bath Business Online. She has presented workshops at various national and regional conferences, and has taught classes to both consumers and design professionals. Anna serves on the Ohlone College Interior Design Program Advisory Committee and is a member of National Kitchen and Bath Association (NKBA).
Anna lives with her husband (who was her high school sweetheart) in their empty nest in Fremont, California. She enjoys travel, food and wine, and all things home-related. She especially loves when she can combine these interests, exploring the art, architecture, furnishings and foods in all the places she visits.