Interior Home Design That Meets And Exceeds Your Expectations

For more than two decades, David Crosson’s unique aesthetic eye has been sought out by discerning clients who require a singular point of view on projects ranging from magazine spreads and fashion exhibits to stage design and home décor. Since 2006 that eye has been firmly focused on interior design, first with Barbarian Interior Decoration and now with David Crosson Design Collective. Like Barbarian, DCDC is a full-service interior design firm that fulfills client home décor needs through a comprehensive network of industry professionals.


Residentially, David is known for creating deeply personal spaces for people who know themselves and know their taste but require disciplined, focused vision in order to create tangible results. DCDC’s clientele is overwhelmingly (but not exclusively) comprised of avid travellers, arts supporters, pet owners and the philanthropically minded; in short, people who know the value of living well. It is David’s appreciation of this mindset and his no-nonsense approach to design that helps deliver not only the results people desire, but the results they deserve. Whether it’s decorating a living room around a cherished painting or devising the perfect colour scheme to enhance an entire home, communication and customer care are at the forefront of every David Crosson Design Collective job, from concept to completion.


DCDC’s corporate client resume includes the Calgary Petroleum Club, Air Partners Aircraft Management & Charters, Wentworth Medical/Dental, Solara Wellness and Cococo/Chocolaterie Bernard Callebaut, to name a few. David was recently tasked with creating a bold new identity for the Lammle’s chain across western Canada, starting with their Preston Crossing store in Saskatoon.  As with his residential work, David leverages his industry relationships in order to create appealing, functional and profitable spaces that support his clients’ business goals.


An avid believer in lifelong learning, David’s BFA from the University of Victoria has been supplemented by the Residential Interior Decoration program at Mount Royal University as well as numerous professional development courses over the years, including Kimberley Seldon’s Business of Design. Always willing to share his expertise and distinctive outlook, David is a regular style columnist for New Home Living and Condo Living magazines, a presenter at the Calgary Home & Interior Design/Home & Garden shows and a frequent guest on CTV Morning Live. David Crosson Design Collective is licensed and bonded as a prepaid contractor per Government of Alberta regulations.

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