Jane-Page Crump, RID, ASID
Licensed Designer, Texas Registration #0045
Jane-Page attributes her success, in part, to her diverse education in business, fashion design and interior design. She is a certified, registered interior designer and has an MBA in finance from the University of Texas. Jane-Page is a current member and former president of the ASID Texas Gulf Coast Chapter and is past president of the Texas Association for Interior Design.
"Interior design brings together my love of people and their appreciation for beautiful and functional interiors," she said. An unparalleled attention to detail and an insatiable desire to exceed client expectations are both important components by which the JPDG foundation was built.
“A design is not good if it’s not functional or if we don’t achieve the effect desired by the client,” says Crump, who was named one of Houston’s Most Influential Women in 2010. “I am value-oriented and, as a result, I have a lot of repeat business. The relationships that clients and I form are more than about business, it’s a friendship built on mutual trust and respect.”
"I enjoy spending time in the kitchen when I'm involved in preparing for a dinner party, but the living room is one of my favorite spots. Serene, comfortable and ready to receive guests at all times, the living room is one of my favorite spaces. There is nothing better than sitting in my living room sharing a bottle of champagne and good conversation with family and friends."
Amanda has been the Marketing Coordinator for Jane Page Design Group since 2004. In her role, she works closely with Jane-Page and the other designers of the firm in order to promote the profile of Jane Page Design Group in the local design and business community. She currently volunteers with Covenant House Texas, a homeless shelter for Houston’s youth. Amanda supports numerous local community and industry events.
"The kitchen, oh wait, the family room – well, both are my favorite. When my husband and I were looking for our new home, having our kitchen connected to our family room was really important to us. It’s where we spend most of our time at home - watching shows, cooking and entertaining. It never fails that when friends and loved ones visit, we end up in the kitchen."