Who We Are

Jame Keller

Jane Keller owner and principal designer of Keller Interiors LLC and founder of Keller Interiors™ works from her studio on a historic farm in Church Hill on Maryland's eastern shore.

Keller brings her talent to her stylish livable interiors.

Jane Keller, a designer with over 25 years experience, is the recipient of over 30 awards for design achievement, touching diverse design venues from home furnishings to fashion, advertising and interiors. She is passionate about her work.

Born in Baltimore, Maryland, Jane learned at an early age the basics of design under the tutelage of her grandfather, a painter.

Formerly she specialized in corporate branding and identity for many of the Fortune 500 including Dow Jones and American Express, and others.

Her graphic design fashion work for Guy Laroche boutiques, and Revillon furs and fragrances, has been seen in Vogue, Elle, Town & Country, Vanity Fair, W, and Glamour magazines.

As the Creative Director of Bob Van Allen studio N.Y. she directed the textile, product design and product branding for home furnishing collections for Waverly/Schumacher and others.

Keller, has designed and executed hand painted silk textiles for the couture collections of legendary fashion designer Mary McFadden. McFadden called her " a master colorist".

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Believing that the creative process is interdisciplinary, Jane frequently utilizes her extensive knowledge of graphic design to achieve desired results.

With style and flair, Jane takes her graphic eye and sensitively transforms a space, appropriately suiting her clients needs while passionately embracing each project as a work of art. Her approach consistently targets fresh perspectives and innovative approaches.

Kellers' personal drawings, photography, and paintings have been exhibited nationally and hang in numerous galleries and private collections in the United States and Europe. Graduating with honors from the Corcoran College of Art and Design, Washington, D.C., her postgraduate education includes Parsons School of Design, and the School of Visual Arts, N.Y.

She has traveled extensively, is an avid gardener, gourmet cook and photographer. While living in the Pacific Islands of Micronesia she learned the art of dyeing and weaving coconut fiber to form textiles. Anxious to contribute her talents to this culture, she created the exhibition plans (drawings) for Micronesia's participation in the Osaka Japan World's Fair - Expo ' 70.

An historic farmhouse in Church Hill Maryland houses Keller Interiors Studio.

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