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Jane Connell Founder / ASID member
Jane Connell is an innovative and accomplished designer. She has grown up with a strong passion for interior design and construction from an early age. Being the daughter of a builder, she was thrust into the world of spatial planning and on-the-job-training at a very young age. Jane focuses on functionality and aesthetic as she gets to know the lifestyle and needs of her clients. She enjoys mixing styles and color and believes a home should be a mixture of beautiful things that reflect personal style. Jane has traveled extensively and absorbed styles from all over the world. She knows how to put the icing on the cake with her extraordinary attention to detail, thus allowing her to create a functional dream space that compliments her clients’ lifestyle. She resides in New Jersey with her husband and their four children.
Chelsea Roth Interior Decorator
Chelsea discovered her passion for interior design after she graduated from the College of Charleston in 2011 and began working at Fun House Furnishings. With a love of shopping and a knack for searching for the perfect piece, Chelsea enjoys working collaboratively on all projects big or small. Establishing close working relationships with clients is one of the many things Chelsea enjoys about the job. Born and raised in Mendham, Chelsea now lives in Berkeley Heights with her husband Joe, their beautiful baby Harper, and black lab Emma, and cat Jazz.
Cordelia Turner Assistant Designer
At a young age, Cordelia eagerly devoured design magazines and books handed to her by her mother, with whom she shared a deep fascination for beautiful interiors. Only after graduating from Rutgers in 2017 did Cordelia realize that her life-long interest - interior design - could also be her career. She immediately returned to school for design, learning many of the computer-aided drawing & rendering programs used in the field today. Cordelia now works as Fun House’s main drafter & design assistant, helping clients to envision their future spaces.