"The most successful projects are a result of a timely collaboration between the client, the designer, the architect and the contractor working in unison and communicating in every phase of the building process." 
- Jean Larette

Since establishing Larette Design in the San Francisco Bay Area Jean Larette has been included in the House Beautiful list of the Top Designers in America multiple times. Her project was chosen by Architectural Digest as the winner in the California Open Audition. She was chosen as a finalist in the Benjamin Moore Hue Awards.  Jean was selected to the House Beautiful list of the 25 Top Young Designers in America.

Her work has been published in House Beautiful, Elle Décor, California Home & Design, C Magazine, San Francisco Magazine, Decorating Spaces, European Home & Gardens, Paper City, 7x7 and The San Francisco Chronicle among other prestigious publications. 

Jean has spoken on the topic of design at the San Francisco Design Center, The Pacific Design Center in Los Angeles, Canada College, the CCA, the San Francisco Mart, at Citi Bank Smith Barney. She was the featured speaker at  the FTSE conference, at Bernhardt Furniture and at the Michael Taylor showroom during the House Beautiful Color Institute.

After teaching a class for the UC Berkeley interior design program entitled “Layers of Luxury - Creating your own Style" she was invited to become a member of the UC Berkeley design advisory council.

Jean was the featured design and color consultant for the Pottery Barn coffee table book entitled “Home.”  Her work is included in the design books “Choosing Blue” and “The Neutral Palette.”

Jean's projects include a number of residential developments for Related properties including The Paramount in San Francisco and The Westminster in New York. Her current projects include The Parkmerced, The Cove and Serenity. Her recent residential projects include homes in Pacific Heights, Presidio Heights, SOMA, Hillsborough, Napa, St. Helena, Pacific Palisades, Lake Tahoe and Jackson, Wyoming and at the Mauna Kea in Kamuela, Hawaii.