jone pence interior design

Filming for HGTV Designers' Challenge

Accomplishments

  • Jone's design of a bathroom-remodeling project won the prestigious Renaissance Award, which is sponsored by Remodeling Magazine and the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB).

  • Jone was also honored with the Grand Award in the International Spectrum Tile Competition sponsored by the Ceramic Tile Distributors Association (CTDA). Her winning design was featured in over 30 national publications and trade journals and was selected by Latco, the tile manufacturer for their national tile ad campaign.
  • Jone's custom cabinetry design for a 6,000 ft. custom home was featured in the national catalogue for Decorative Specialities, a worldwide cabinetry manufacturer.

  • Two of her Design Projects have been published in the hard cover book; Designing with Tile, by Carolyn Coyle, Publisher: Van Nostrand Reinhold, 1995.

  • Jone was Chairperson of the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) Tri-County Area Group Chapter with over 120 interior designers. She headed up the ASID Community Service Project called Design Aid / Palm Street Project, which helped refurbish a 1911 Craftsman home where Aids Care Home resided.

  • Jone has been participant in the Ventura New West Symphony Design House for 12 years.

  • She is a member of many local and national professional organizations.

  • Jone was appointed by the Ventura City Council to be a professional member on the Design Review Committee for the City of Ventura and is a professional member of the American Planning Association.

  • She taught Color Theory and Design application for the two-year Interior Design Certificate program at the University of California, Santa Barbara.

  • She has been a featured guest on "Help at Home". the Home & Garden Television Network (HGTV), a 24-hour cable television station with an audience of over 80 million viewers.

  • Jone was the winning designer on HGTV's "Designers Challenge".

  • Jone was one of 17 selected designers to be featured in HGTV's book The Best of Designers Challenge.