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Jeni Spaeth, Designer

Jeni Spaeth, Designer

Jeni Spaeth joined the team at the Mamaroneck showroom in 2013 after 18 years of experience with design and interiors. Her career began with hand-crafted tiles, moving through different phases, eventually to creating whole-house floor plans and budgets. Following in the footsteps of a family renowned for the arts and architecture, it was clear right from the start that something in the design industry would be her calling. She was raised in mid-century masterpieces by architectural icons (George Nelson, Hugh Hardy, and Henry Wright); her great-aunt was DC classical designer, Margaret Weller, and her cousin the NYC society designer, Nancy Pierrepont.

Over the years her hands-on training and ability to think in 3D have been tremendous assets in making kitchen and bath design her specialty. She has an innate ability to understand color, texture, pattern, and style. Blending that with a heavy background in customer service and administration, she is able to take on new project challenges and run with them. Before coming to Bilotta, Jeni enjoyed a successful career at Country Floors where she learned new products, software and vendors almost immediately, quickly becoming a high-sales producer in first decorative plumbing, then cabinetry, and finally in the overall renovations industry. Value design and budgeting for whole house projects has always been a strong skill.

Over the years her hands-on training and ability to think in 3D have been tremendous assets in making kitchen and bath design her specialty. She has an innate ability to understand color, texture, pattern, and style. Blending that with a heavy background in customer service and administration, she is able to take on new project challenges and run with them. Before coming to Bilotta, Jeni enjoyed a successful career at Country Floors where she learned new products, software and vendors almost immediately, quickly becoming a high-sales producer in first decorative plumbing, then cabinetry, and finally in the overall renovations industry. Value design and budgeting for whole house projects has always been a strong skill.

In her own words Jeni enjoys the following: "The moment when my client and I click, seeing the future space together in our minds. I also love helping clients make informed choices. Possibilities can be endless, but by studying space you know almost instinctively how a home wants to flow, and then you have to apply the psychology of your client – what are they trying to achieve. 3D thinking is not only understanding and being able to explain the space itself, but the budget and timing and the many layers of people involved – all of which are important to a successful project – and I love every minute."