Jeanne K. Chung

Jeanne K Chung is a Southern California-based luxury interior designer that is known for her eclectic design aesthetic that bridges classic design principles with a modern twist that is fresh and exciting, yet still warm and inviting. She collaborates with her clients to achieve an alluring balance of color, texture, and proportion, and her extensive knowledge of historical styles and periods equips her with the confidence to mix vintage with modern so that the spaces she designs appear as though they are effortless and have evolved over time. Jeanne’s attention to detail was first cultivated during her years as a fashion design student at Parsons School of Design (BFA), and later as an interior design student at the New York School of Interior Design.

As an official Style Spotter for the High Point Market Authority, Jeanne brought her eye for identifying emerging trends while also providing insight as to their relevancy in the industry. This experience segued into the opening of Cozy Stylish Chic, her retail space and trade showroom in Old Pasadena, which is a reflection of her take on design – an eclectic mix of vintage finds, fabrics and wallcoverings, and furniture/accessories that are currently trending in the home furnishings market, all with a designer’s eye. Cozy Stylish Chic has become a favorite go-to destination for designers and design enthusiasts who seek an artfully edited selection of home furnishings and accessories.

Since founding her design blog Cozy Stylish Chic, in 2013, Jeanne has become recognized as an influencer in the industry and has worked closely with brands, oftentimes attending trade shows on their behalf, where she regularly speaks on designer panels. She has worked with the High Point Market Authority continuously since 2014 and has spearheaded and followed through with a program to bring and mentor new designers at market. Jeanne continues to write for the Cozy Stylish Chic blog to report on her findings at the various trade shows she attends, the season’s current design trends, and to provide her fresh outlook on design.