STEPHANIE DAVIS, NCIDQ
Growing up in Austin, Stephanie’s natural talent for combining color and pattern was fostered by her grandmother’s skill in Southern traditional-style decorating. While pursuing her BFA in Interior Architecture and Design at The George Washington University, Stephanie discovered that her interest lay beyond decorating, in the sweet spot between architecture and interiors. She was inspired by the attention to sustainability and history she experienced during study trips to Copenhagen, Denmark and London, England, and filtered these experiences into her holistic and intersectional approach to design.
Stephanie is sensitive to the occupant’s experience, and works to communicate feeling through the spaces she designs. She pulls her inspiration from an eclectic range of sources, historic and contemporary, and loves to meld disparate elements within a space to support a singular conceptual vision. Interested in both the macro and micro scale, Stephanie enjoys finding the perfect details that impart the personality of the client, and sees design as “a way for people to express themselves through their surroundings.” Stephanie is also motivated by sustainability, and works to design in a way that is both human-centered and environmentally-conscious.
BFA, Interior ARCHITECTURE & DESIGN,THE George Washington University, washington d.c.
LICENSES / CERTIFICATIONS
NCIDQ Certification, national council for interior design qualification
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