Since the inception of Jennifer Lang Designs, Inc. in 1996, our firm’s primary objective has been to create functional, aesthetically pleasing environments for people to live, work, and play in. From concept to completion, new construction or renovation, we are our clients’ partners and advocates throughout the design and construction process and make it our mission to help our clients attain their project goals.

We begin each project by carefully listening and gaining an understanding of our client’s needs and wants, and then guide them through all phases of the design process as applies specifically to the project’s unique requirements. We are sometimes asked what our ‘style’ is, and the answer is that we work in all design styles, and each project incorporates the clients’ taste and lifestyle in a way that harmonizes with the architecture and the setting. We take pride in the fact that every project we do has its own look and personality.

Our design team has experience in nearly every type of Interior Design project, bringing a broad spectrum of knowledge and professionalism to each new challenge. Some of the many residential and commercial design services we provide are: space planning, furniture design, kitchen and bath design, sustainable design, design consultation, FF&E specification, all types of drawings, assistance with obtaining estimates, project coordination, decorating, and accessorizing. We work cooperatively with contractors, architects, and other professionals whether we have introduced them to the project, or they have been chosen by our clients. Our clients’ privacy is respected at all times; we are discreet and client information is kept confidential.

Clients can count on Jennifer’s personal participation in every job. Along with our design team, she brings diverse capabilities to new construction and renovation projects. Whether designing a single piece of furniture or managing a full scope project, our expertise and our dedication to our clients is apparent.


The JLD Team


Jennifer Lang

Jennifer A. Lang, NCIDQ, ASID, LEED AP
FL ID 5969

Seemingly hard-wired for design, Jennifer Lang’s passion for Interior Design began at an early age. As a child, she spent a considerable amount of time building floor plans with her wooden blocks and continually moving the furniture around in her childhood bedroom to recreate the space.

Her never-ending enthusiasm for design eventually led her to Syracuse University in Syracuse, New York, where she earned a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Design/Interiors. The essential design principles she learned at the university continue to impact her work to this day.

The primary focus of her design process is to create functional, aesthetically pleasing environments in which her clients can comfortably live, work, play, relax, and flourish. She understands not only the crucial relationship between people and their interior environments, but also how these environments must mesh within an even bigger picture — the existing architecture, nature, and the community.

Jennifer is an NCIDQ-certified Interior Designer and LEED Accredited Professional with more than 25 years of design experience. She is also an ASID professional and state-licensed.

She has amassed considerable expertise while working for clientele on a variety of Interior Design projects ranging from private, residential endeavors to healthcare, professional, corporate, restaurant, aircraft, and historic restoration and preservation projects. She is also an accomplished furniture designer.

Jennifer’s design achievements have been showcased in numerous editorial features including Florida Design Magazine, Florida Design’s Design Sourcebook, Florida Home & Garden Magazine, Broward Design Magazine, and GO! South Beach Magazine as well as two projects published in Windows of Elegance, a book by Wardell Publications.




Marilee Maddox

Marilee S. Maddox, LEED GA

A highly skilled and talented designer, Marilee Maddox brings more than two decades of professional experience to the JLD Team. Like Jennifer, Marilee is a proponent of the harmony that should exist between people and their surroundings as well as the importance of a functional environment.

Marilee’s affinity for the arts was also evident early in life and garnered her scholarship to Judson University in Elgin, Illinois, where she earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts. She has a diverse interior design background and an extensive portfolio which includes resort, retail, residential, professional and healthcare clients, as well as retail merchandising and display.

In addition, utilizing her strong communication and teaching skills, Marilee has written and produced a number of retail design seminars to share her insights in merchandising and display, and she has taught Interior Design as adjunct faculty at Broward College in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

Recognized for her expertise in designing scuba dive stores/facilities, she has authored several articles for The Undersea Journal. Marilee’s work was also featured in several rooms she designed for the American Red Cross Designer’s Show House in Fort Lauderdale.

Accredited as a LEED Green Associate, Marilee is proficient in the most current principles and practices of the green building movement. Prior to joining the JLD Team, her work was featured in editorials in Broward Design Magazine, Boca Life Magazine, and Gold Coast Magazine.





Private Residences in the following locations:

Ocean Reef Club, Key Largo, FL

Historic Restoration (Private Residence) c. 1855, Florida Keys

Windmill Ranch Estates, Weston, FL

Farm House and Guesthouse, main building c. 1810 ‘green’ project, Stockton, NJ

Weston Hills Country Club, Weston, FL (multiple projects)

Weston, CT

Park Slope brownstone, Brooklyn, NY

Fort Lauderdale, FL (multiple projects)

Woodfield Country Club, other locations, Boca Raton, FL (multiple projects)

The Landings, Weston, FL (multiple projects)

Lighthouse Point, FL (multiple projects)

Sea Ranch Lakes, FL

Cooper City, FL

Davie, FL

Newfound Lake, Hebron, NH

Stockton, NJ (multiple projects)

Lost River, WV

Sedona, AZ

Library (Private Residence), Nashville, TN

Fiddler’s Creek, Naples, FL

Pompano Beach, FL (multiple projects)

Deerfield Beach, FL


Private Condominium Residences:

The Port, Fort Lauderdale, FL

Fifth Ave, New York, NY

Toscana, Highland Beach, FL

Promenade, Boca Point, Boca Raton, FL

Il Villaggio, Miami Beach, FL

Mantell Plaza, Miami Beach, FL

Chalfonte, Boca Raton, FL

2500 Building, Palm Beach, FL

Punta Gorda, FL

Indian Creek Drive, Miami Beach, FL


Commercial and Professional:

The Breast Center at Palms West Hospital, Loxahatchee, FL

Integrative Counseling & Hypnosis Associates, Boca Raton, FL

F.I.G.H.T. / Integrated Defense Fighting Systems, Davie, FL

JEM Research Institute, Atlantis, FL

Southern Wine & Spirits, Miami, FL (furniture design & executive offices)

“Chateau Anne”, Southern Wine & Spirits, Miami, FL (hospitality facility)

Wasabi Café, Fort Lauderdale, FL

TilsonPR, Boca Raton, FL

Private DC-9 aircraft, Fort Lauderdale, FL

Jet Asia, Challenger 601 aircrafts (2), Macau, S.A.R., People’s Republic of China


Daniel Dyer 323-360-1875,
Jerry Wyszatycki 954-545-0000, 
John Stillman (954) 922-9887,
and Chris LoBue 201-926-0095 www.chrislobue.com
Healthcare photography by Peter Gorman 772-287-3972 www.petergormanphoto.com


Tamera Herrod

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