Our Story

Jase Frederick Design has a history of turning raw spaces into functional and beautiful businesses and homes. JFDesign offers award-winning design, a solid network of experienced, creative design and building professionals, and a truly holistic approach to sustainable commercial and residential interiors.

We combine the best sustainable materials and furnishings with a complete work- or lifestyle assessment and efficient space planning to insure that interior re-designs, renovations and new construction projects result in spaces that fit clients perfectly, both in style and function.

Principle designer, Jase Frederick, has a life-long love of creative design, and a track record of creating environments that are personal and perfect for those who work and live in them.

Our Team

JFDesign works with a large network of talented and experienced industry professionals including architects, builders, contractors, trades, vendors, manufacturers and artists. These connections make it possible for us to provide clients with complete professional design, renovation and building services that fit any need and budget.

Our History

Before launching Jase Frederick Design: Sustainable Interiors & Consulting in 2009, Jase was a senior designer at a prominent Chicago design firm. She’s been a freelance commercial, corporate office, and residential, designer, has worked on award-winning interiors, and been published locally and nationally.

Jase is an NCIDQ Certified, ASID Interior Designer, and a LEED Accredited Professional. She is a member of the US Green Building Council and has certificates in Green Business, Interior Design, Architecture, and Home & Garden from the Chicago Center for Green Technology. She holds a Fine Arts Degree in Interior Design, is a professional member of the Illinois Chapter of the American Society of Interior Designers, and serves on the Chapter’s board of directors.

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