At Home: Jenny Elkins’s Dining Room
A feast for the eyes.
When mixed-media queen Jenny Elkins isn’t painting twee pet portraits or teaching classes at her Irvington studio, she channels her creative energy into this quirky space on the edge of Meridian Hills.
From Midland, one of her favorite antiques stores.
Mona Lisa Lamp
“It’s one of those things that has traveled with me,” Elkins says.
Elkins scored the pop-art Lincoln print at The Inventorialist.
She shelled out $550 for this industrial-chic Pottery Barn chandelier.
Elkins used to sell these Olga Skurat designs at her former store on Mass Ave.
This painted-tin plaque came from an art-car rally in Louisville.
She covered the back with her dad’s old jean jacket.
Elkins added dimension to her collage wall with offbeat items, like this vintage rosary.
She made this contemporary piece while attending Herron School of Art and Design.
These Ugly Dolls are Elkins’s husband’s go-to gift for her when he can’t think of anything else.