A self-described ‘design geek,’ interior designer Jessica Davis launched Nest Studio in 2012 after a frustrating search for beautiful knobs and pulls for her interior design projects inspired her to tailor-make her own pieces. Her first luxury hardware line, the Facet Series, and subsequent product designs quickly gained acclaim and showroom support, positioning Jessica as a sought-after designer for not only hardware but also lighting, kitchen and bath accessories and continued interiors projects.
Jessica draws from a wide range of design inspiration, from her Chinese and European heritage – her youth living in Australia, Hong Kong and Dallas, and adult years in New York City, Boston, Los Angeles, New Jersey and now Atlanta. She transitioned a childhood obsession with home design magazines into an Art History degree at Princeton University and a Master’s in Interior Design from The New England School of Art and Design. Jessica started her career as a producer on Bob Vila’s “Home Again,” and spent eight years as a member of Wilson Associates’ New York and LA teams, where she designed luxury hotels in the US, China, and the Middle East. Jessica is especially influenced by the Bauhaus and Art Deco movements and the texture and dimension found in historic and contemporary art.