Jasmine Vaughan is a Portland based interior designer best known for juxtaposing unexpected periods, textures, and styles. She is a lover of mongolian wool, lucite, and brass, and firmly believes every home should include a cowhide rug. She’s transformed residences, including her own urban Colonial, with both sleek finishes and charming, traditional details to create spaces that are both fresh and original. Examples of her individual work can be seen in Portrait of Portland, as well as her work at JHL Design, in Gray Magazine and Luxe Interiors and Design.
Jasmine’s background includes a liberal arts degree from Lynchburg College. She developed her interior design skills at JHL Design, where she honed her talents working on projects ranging from European-‐style villas to mid-‐century infused bungalows. Always in rabid pursuit of new inspiration, after 5 years at JHL she and her husband sold their dream home and moved to Milan, Italy to complete their Masters in Business Design from Domus Academy.
Upon returning to the U.S. she founded Made & State, a website dedicated to the celebration of modern, American-‐made design. Just a few months after its launch, Jasmine added Domestic: An American-‐Made Design Showcase to her Made & State mission. Domestic will serve as a three dimensional platform for not only Portland interior designers, but also the American-‐makers of furniture, lighting and other inventive, modern products during Design Week Portland.
Also, she loves her husband first, Karl Springer and Kelly Wearstler second.