Shelley’s main goal is to balance form and function to create a well-organized space that not only appeals to the senses, but also makes sense for you and your family.
With expertise in home organizing, residential design and space planning, Shelley Jaccard helps clients transform and maximize their spaces by creating a functionally-designed environment that is not just livable, but relaxed and aesthetically welcoming too.
As a designer and mother of two, Shelley understands the importance of quality interior design that is beautiful, accessible, and purposeful. She believes that re-designing your space does not always mean starting over with a clean slate. She works closely with you to first identify what you already own and which belongings make sense to keep and reuse.
Growing up in a military family that had to relocate every three years, Shelley also knows what it’s like to pack up your belongings and re-imagine your life in a new space. This combined passion for decluttering and re-design is what led her to launch Jaccard Interiors, where she strives to provide “tidy spaces & stylish places” to her clients.
Prior to starting her own business, Shelley worked at some of San Diego’s most notable architecture and design firms where she collaborated on a wide variety of commercial and hospitality projects. She developed a keen eye for space planning, color application, product sourcing, and project management. After taking time off to start a family, she knew she wanted to focus on residential design and helping people make their living spaces feel like home.
Shelley is NCIDQ certified (#027961). The National Council for Interior Design Qualification is the industry’s highest recognized indicator of proficiency in interior design principles and commitment to the profession. She is also a Professional member of ASID and NAPO. She has a BFA in Interior Design from Design Institute of San Diego and a Business degree from Cal State Long Beach.
When she’s not designing or organizing, Shelley enjoys bike rides with her family, lazy Sunday mornings, neighborhood walks with her beagle, hiking, swimming, scuba diving (in tropical water), scouring Craigslist for deals, discovering new restaurants, and being a ‘tourist’ in her hometown. She feels lucky to call San Diego home after living in over ten U.S. cities and five countries abroad.