Jordan Woodruff is an interior designer with a heartfelt passion for improving the lives of others and their surroundings.
Jordan graduated from Abilene Christian University in 2001, with a degree in Interior Design and is an allied member of ASID (The American Society of Interior Designers). Her love of people and their way of life is what inspires her everyday to become a better designer and to create spaces that are full of spirit and satisfaction.
Jordan started The Space Between Interiors in 2007 and has completed projects across the country, both commercial and residential. Her hands-on design approach is uncanny, working closely with all parties to ensure that the vision for each project is executed seamlessly and to her specifications. Her obsession over the design details shine through in every completed project.
Jordan’s style is classic, and yet, modern, an ideal mix of old and new that is creatively timeless. Reluctant to define herself by a certain look, one thread runs common throughout all of her projects: her impeccable attention to detail. The architectural details of a space are the driving force to why Jordan is so focused on her clients projects. "Designing a space without the architectural details in mind is like a painter trying to paint without his canvas...it just doesn't work." "It is also extremely important to make sure that every client's project reflects them...their passion, style, and their lifestyle."
At the start of 2012, Jordan decided to launch and E-Design program. "It is a way to offer a "hands-on" approach for my clients and open up a new phase of my interior design business." E-Design will allow clients from anywhere in the world to send detailed meaurements and descriptions of their "problem" space for me to observe and, essentially, re-do, via the web and mail."
Jordan is also launching her own line of accessory and small upholstery pieces "by jordan", for purchase toward the end of 2012.
Jordan lives in Athens, Georgia with her classical guitarist husband, Dusty, a cat named Maggie and a happy black lab named Georgia. In her free time she can be found gardening, painting, scouring flea markets and antique stores, knitting, traveling with her husband and his guitar duo, and constantly making improvements to her own home.