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Image Caption: Janet Davidsen, Allied ASID, Teresa Hollweg, ASID and, Alice Alexander, Allied ASID.

Featured in the April BrandStory, ASID is a community of designers, industry representatives, educators, and students who believe that Design Impacts Lives.

The American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) is the oldest, largest and only multi-disciplinary professional organization for interior designers, interior design students and the manufacturers and suppliers who support the profession. There are 350 chapters across the United States and Canada including student chapters. Our ASID Florida West Coast Chapter is one of three chapters in the state of Florida which covers a geographic area extending from Crystal River to Ft Myers, and from Tampa Bay to Orlando. Our coastal communities are experiencing a housing boom in both new construction and renovation, and Interior Designers are in strong demand. Our chapter represents some of the most trend setting interiors designers in the state. We have a passionate, creative, and active membership who enjoy the benefits of volunteering and networking with peers at our chapter’s business and educational events, fundraisers, and social activities. Membership offers more than professional credibility. We are a connected community of peers, thought leaders, and luminaries.

Image Caption: Janet Davidsen, Allied ASID, Teresa Hollweg, ASID and, Alice Alexander, Allied ASID.

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