When David Jackson was in college,
his only home furnishings were a mattress on the floor
and a $6,000 limited-edition
sculpture. “Everyone is entitled
to good design,” explains David Jackson as if modern art is just as
much a human right as food.
Jackson went on to work as a designer
for leading interior architects across the country
before he started his own full-service
David Jackson Interiors
in Arizona in 2001. Servicing residential
and commercial spaces throughout the Southwest, most of Jackson’s
residential projects are vacation homes here in the Grand Canyon State.
The average person who appreciates design thinks he can’t afford a
designer, which isn’t true,” Jackson says.