About the designer

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Jennifer Schoenberger at the Les Puces de Saint-Ouen

Jennifer Schoenberger is an interior designer (and sometimes blogger) based in Atlanta, Georgia. A graduate of Michigan State University, she began her professional life as a Broadcast Journalist taking her to San Francisco. There she realized her life-long love affair with design while decorating her first apartment. She relocated to Atlanta, where she designed and renovated her first home. Her passion for design blossomed into a thriving full-service business established in 2008. 

Jennifer Schoenberger Design has been creating cozy, unexpected, classic spaces to a loyal client base nationwide. Her attention to detail and creative approach quickly garnered her much-appreciated recognition from national publications including Better Homes and Gardens and Southern Living. She is also a member of the esteemed Southern Living Designer Network and Dering Hall. 

A big fan of design blogs, she began her own in 2010, Vreeland Road, in memory of her Mother, Lucinda Vreeland Hehl, who passed when Jen was a young woman. Vreeland Road was the perfect intersection of writing, design and a longing to celebrate her Mother’s memory and artistic spirit. Lucinda was a descendant of the Vreeland family, who founded the home town where Jennifer grew up. 

“When I go home and drive by Vreeland Road, I get all nostalgic and smile, thinking about Mom and how she led me to this creative life. Everything she did, she did with an artistic flair and a “don’t be like the others” conviction. Growing up in this small town, we were surrounded by a wonderful support system of family and friends, providing a solid foundation of gratitude, hard work and grit. I’m forever thinking of new ways to use my talents to give back to my community” 

Jennifer resides in Atlanta with her Husband, two children and rescue pup and escapes every Summer to beat the heat in their Northern Michigan cottage. In her free time, she enjoys scouring flea markets, magazines, antique and vintage clothing stores and is constantly rearranging the furniture in her own home when her husband leaves town.