Jacqueline Brathwaite-West is an expert, an accomplished interior designer, and internationally published author who has brought her flair for color, innate elegance, and eye for detail to some of the metropolitan area's most beautiful homes, medical facilities, and commercial spaces. Working in a variety of styles – modern, contemporary, traditional, urban, glamorous, and transitional - Jacqueline has transformed various environments into impactful, functional and timeless spaces.  

Jacqueline's ease and expertise in all facets of the design process - from floor plans, space planning, lighting, accessorizing, window treatments, colors schemes, furniture selection, home staging, construction, and project management - allows her to be ready for any size job and to conquer any challenge.  Jacqueline values the relationships she’s created and maintained within the interior design trade among artisans, architects, contractors, manufacturers and others.  

A graduate of Parsons School of Design - The New School in Interior Design in New York City, she has been featured in the NJ.com, dgiWire, Market Watch, Village Voice, The Courier News, New Jersey House & Home, Design NJ, The Record Home Scape, New Jersey Home and Style, NJBIZ, Inside Central New Jersey, The Princeton Packet and other publications. She appeared as a guest on the radio show "Decorate and Design America" with host Art the Builder. Jacqueline holds a Bachelor of Science in Computer Information Systems and Masters of Business Administration in Marketing.

Jacqueline enjoys spending time with her husband, two sons, and entertaining family and friends.  A seasoned traveler, she is on a perpetual quest to bring new and exciting design ideas to her clients, creating comfortable and beautiful environments.  Jacqueline has received awards for Best of Houzz, Arts and Community Service, Business Woman of the Year, and Leadership.  Her most recent accomplishment was the publishing of her first book, "Outstanding RESULTS! Out Of The Box Thinking For Business and Life."