Constance Davidson Interior Design
About the Designer
Constance has been practicing interior design for 29 years. Constance graduated from the Art Institutes of Fort Lauderdale in 1985 with her degree in Interior Design. She began her career working for an architectural firm specializing in large custom homes (over 20,000 square feet), and moved on to work for a high end designer in Naples and then for a Fort Myers architectural firm doing commercial design. In 1992 she started work at the Robb & Stucky store in Fort Myers, where she did both residential and commercial design for 18 years. Constance has finished custom homes in Sedona, AZ, Chicago, IL, Columbus, OH, Henderson, NC as well as Boca Raton, Marco Island, Naples, Bonita Springs, Fort Myers, Sanibel, and Captiva. Commercial work in the area includes several locations of Fine Mark Bank. Connie enjoys spending time with her family, Bikram Yoga and the outdoors when she is not designing.
The emphasis of my design philosophy is in communication and working as a team between the client, builder and myself. I feel this collaboration will make everyone happy and the result is timeless design.
Areas of Specialty
I specialize in making people happy through professional interior design practices. I also strive to build confidence in people so that they know they have made worthwhile investments.
What are your Professional Affiliations?
I am a member of the American Society of Interior Designs (ASID). I have my Florida State License. I am also NCIDQ certificated.
Take us through your design process-how do you begin to develop each project?
I first meet with the client. I find out what is important to them, through programming and also from finding inspiring fabrics and furnishings. This process helps me meet the importance of their needs.
What serves as your inspiration?
The client is my source of inspiration on any of my projects. Their tastes are prevalent in any of my work.
How have you developed your style as it relates to your clients?
Florida is a very influential geographical location, and my clients generally want to personalize using colors, textures and sensations influenced by the location.
What are some favorite things you have found? Things you reach for again and again because they seem to always work?
Part of being a good designer is creating a unique mix every time. I research new products to remain current. However, quality is the most important and it is a strong influence in my final selections.
How do you work to incorporate interior architecture and furnishings, and how do they influence each other?
All must work harmoniously, whether in contact for dynamic impact or to complement the architectural details.