Since she was a little girl, Erica Davis was called to the glamour of design. She grew up in a historic home and when other kids were playing tag, Erica was obsessing over blue-prints. The design industry was her fate. It was her calling. Her mother (and closest confidant) Laurie Davis, spent her days (and over 30 years) on construction sites. As Erica matured into a smart, savvy, and highly educated interior designer - the two joined forces.
Grounded in supporting families to build a life and a home they love, Erica and Laurie Davis specialize in high-end residential renovations, new builds, and furnishings.
Headquartered in Palm Beach County, this energetic and collaborative mother-daughter duo have been recognized for their interiors that stand the test of time while celebrating the grace, ease, and sophistication of their Floridian heritage and roots.
Celebrated as a leader in the next wave of interior design, Erica Davis designs spaces that stand the test of time…sophisticated, casual and always magazine worthy. This work has forever been her calling.
With dual degrees in Business from Penn State University and The Art Institute, Erica brings a savvy professionalism to each project, family, and client.
On a personal note, Erica is well-known for her energy, enthusiasm and trend-forward perspective. On weekends you can find her jet-setting to stylish hot-spots like Aspen, riding her horses in Wellington or drinking a glass of Chardonnay at The Breakers.
Seasoned Professionalism. These are two words that come to mind when thinking about Laurie Davis.
For nearly three decades, Laurie has built a career in the home industry. Previously, she owned a large-scale construction company in the Northeast and over the years, has been recognized as a high performing real estate investor.
Laurie is a mother of two (one being Erica) and deeply understands the importance of designing a livable yet functional home for a busy, professional family.
E: I can put together a grazing board in 5 minutes flat! My pantry is always stocked with olives, dolmas, bruschetta, crackers, and nuts for last minute guests.
L: Prep is key! My go-to secret is overnight French toast that I make ahead of time & pop in the oven before everyone rises. It makes the house smell delicious.