Louisville native Jacqueline Smith has always known what she wanted to do in life. Uniquely designing interior and exterior spaces was always Jacqui’s dream job. Her mother is a commercial interior designer and her father a draftsman, Jacqui feels as if design was literally flowing through her veins.
Every day is different, and every room has a story. Jacqui has a unique way of incorporating her joyfulness and over the top enthusiasm for design into each room she touches. As the design director of Barry Wooley Designs, she keeps appointments and site visits happy and productive with every one of her clients. Graduating with a Bachelor’s Degree from Sullivan College of Technology and Design, Jacqui Smith was always top in the class. While in school, she traveled to Paris, London, and China to experience many avenues of interior design around the world.
“Traveling is the best way to grow my inner interior designing self! I love all kinds of art and design styles. Everything has the potential to be art and to provide inspiration for one of my designs,” says Jacqui. She has now found time in her busy schedule to give back to her alma mater, where she serves on the Interior Design Board. Jacqui has been working in the interior design field for over 10 years.
Jacqui’s personal style is a collaboration of contemporary lines, traditional accents, and pops of color; all of which create a comfortable and inviting space. With her work at Barry Wooley Designs, she enjoys creating spaces for her clients that push their design boundaries. Jacqui loves it when a client tells her that they wouldn’t have picked that, whether it’s a piece of furniture or a paint color. “That is the best thing to hear, and it means I’m doing my job right!” When Jacqui isn’t designing, she spends time with her husband, Sam, their 2-year-old daughter Charlotte, and their 2 dogs and cat. The Smith family loves working on the house, gardening, and playing outside together. There’s never a dull moment at the Smith house!
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