For more than two decades Suzanne Davison has been transforming spaces to best suit her clients, their lifestyle and their needs. Suzanne graduated with a Bachelor of Arts from Queen’s University at Kingston before attending the New York School of Interior Design where she received her interior design education.
She has worked on prestigious residential and commercial projects throughout Canada, The United States and England. Her work has been published in Canadian House and Home, Style at Home, Chatelaine, The Globe and Mail, The Toronto Star and a coffee table book called “Spectacular Homes of Toronto”. She has also styled three educational design books, contributed to six Designer Showcases and has participated in the Twelve Trees of Christmas at The Gardiner museum for over 25 years. Suzanne describes her style as comfortable, timeless and classic. This formula has proven successful and the end result a casual elegance that stands the test of time and garners positive results.
“I like to be able to provide the attention to detail while working closely with a client. That way I can understand and respect their style and unique needs,” says Suzanne. The key to a successful project is creative interpretations of traditional styles with contemporary craftsmanship.
You can now enjoy Suzanne’s signature wit and wisdom in Homefront Magazine where she pens the regular column If Walls Could Talk.