Go On a Virtual Tour of Thomas Jayne's Soho Loft on House Beautiful's Live Instagram, Tuesday, April 14

  • April 08, 2020 17:13

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Thomas Jayne
Thomas Jayne

House Beautiful has been developing a creative mix of live events for its Instagram feed focused around conversations, tips and tours with top designers across the country. Thomas Jayne is on the schedule for Tuesday April 14th (time to be set) when he will take over the feed to show the audience around his SoHo loft.

These "Personal Home Tours" allow viewers to participate by sending comments, questions or requests during the session, or starting their own conversations with other participants. There will be opportunity to learn the story behind some of Jayne's favorite objects (his own personal "anchors") and hear how he applies his particular approach to decorating within his own spaces. 

“I like old things, but I want them to look fresh – and that often comes from looking again at the old source and rethinking it in color, shape, and juxtaposition,” notes Jayne. He adds: “I have always been attracted to history and to objects linked with it. I find their connections and evolution fascinating.”

Follow House Beautiful on Instagram to find out more detail. If you can't make it during the scheduled time, not to worry. It will be available for watching for 24 hours afterwards -- but, alas, then it disappears! 


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