Best known for her work as a designer and stylist, Jill Sharp Weeks is ultimately an editor in any discipline.
Her work explores themes from wide-ranging cultures and periods in curated juxtaposition.
JILL’S COLLAGE-LIKE SENSE OF PLACEMENT ELEVATES EACH OBJECT AND CREATES SOMETHING NEW, AS HER LONG LIST OF ACCOLADES CAN ATTEST. SHE’S BEEN FEATURED IN PUBLICATIONS LIKE VOGUE, HG, SOUTHERN LIVING, SELF, BETTER HOMES & GARDENS, HOUSE BEAUTIFUL, ATLANTA HOMES AND LIFESTYLES, AS WELL AS NOTED DESIGN BLOGS REMODELISTA, DESIGN SPONGE, CÔTE DE TEXAS, AND THE DAILY BEAST’S “OH MY GOD I WANT THIS HOUSE” BLOG FEATURE. AS WELL AS OCCASIONALLY GOING VIRAL ONLINE, JILL’S WORK HAS ALSO BEEN FEATURED IN 3 DESIGN BOOKS, INCLUDING SUSANNA SALK’S ACCLAIMED HOW TO DECORATE AND DECORATING FEARLESSLY. YOU CAN FIND HER OWN CHARLESTON HOME FEATURED IN QUINTESSENCE’S “AT HOME VIDEO SERIES.”
Jill and her husband, Ray Weeks, live in Charleston, SC and Santa Fe, NM. Though the cities couldn’t be
more different, the overwhelmingly beautiful architecture and landscape of both settings regularly inspire her.
As of late, everyday objects and humble materials that she discovers in her travels and her home cities inspire
her work, particularly objects that betray a history of use, as well as natural and foraged materials.
No matter what the medium, Jill aims to shape attention around the everyday in ways that elicit the sublime.