Jane-Page Crump receives National Honors with the 2016 National Lifetime Award presented by The American Society of Interior Designers (ASID).
The American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) has announced this year’s National Lifetime Award recipients. The honor is bestowed upon professional members who have made continuous and important contributions to the Society over the span of 25 years or more. This year, each of the winners has previously served as an ASID chapter president. Three have served on the Society’s national board, and one served as the chair of the ASID National Board. Houston’s own award-winning Interior Designer, Jane Page Crump is among the honorees.
Jane-Page Crump, ASID, is also an ASID Medalist winner. She served as president of the Texas Gulf Coast Chapter beginning in 1993, and exhibited extensive financial expertise. Crump helped boost revenue streams by developing programs such as the Home and Kitchen tours, which grossed up to $35,000 per event. She joined the ASID National Task Force on Accounting in 1996, where she helped develop an accounting program and set of guidelines for all nationwide chapters.
Crump has had a successful Interior Design business since 1980 and continues to be challenged and rewarded with her thriving Interior Design business, Jane Page Design Group. Jane Page Design Group has won many ASID TGCC design awards and has won more design awards for theater design than anyone in the Houston area. Jane Page Design Group has an outstanding reputation for professional service and for great design. JPDG is referred by many architects and builders in addition to a satisfied clientele.
In honor of Jane-Page's National Award - here is one of her favorite rooms that she designed, featuring her favorite color - CITRON GREEN!
Featuring Jane Page's personal living room
The breakfront houses many fine antiques including European crystal, blue and white Ming Chinese porcelain urn. With the integration of the citron color seen on the ottoman, sofa pillows and draperies.
The citron accent color of the painting above the fireplace compliments the green color seen in the horizontal striped draperies, the ottoman and sofa pillows. Neutral textured fabrics such as the pattered mohair and the patterned tone-on-tone velvet on the Sheraton arm chair add interest to the space while adding comfort. A pair of chairs have a citron colored patterned fabric on the seats, and the large wing chair is covered in a matt black colored leather. The chair frames have a neutral colored finish, except for the gold cane Egyptian style chair.
The collection of crystal boxes consists of antique, mostly European glass, with hinged lids. This exquisite collection is displayed on one of a pair of antique Asian tables. The pair of Asian antique tables are topped with a matching pair of custom designed antique glass mirrors.