Scott K.

Scott graduated from the University of North Texas with a Bachelor's Degree in Interior Design and moved to New York shortly after to pursue a career in high end residential and hospitality design. His aesthetic developed across the cities he has worked and lived in, pulling together the glamour of New York with the rustic appeal of Dallas. He has taken part in small renovations, hotel lobby redesigns, new sports stadium developments, and everything in between. These diverse experiences have allowed Scott to hone his craft and create beautiful, one of a kind spaces for his clients.

Describe your go-to style:

My go-to style is Industrial Modern as I like to pull rustic textures into a contemporary aesthetic. I also often delve into Scandinavian Modern which brings natural materials into a clean and fresh palette.

What drives you to design?

I love the challenge of selecting pieces from all over the place while meeting the client's needs and this is the biggest driving factor when I design. Like solving a puzzle, interior design is essentially the assembly of many unique pieces into one cohesive whole and it is a rewarding experience to see the end product.

From where do you draw most of your inspiration?

My interest in interior design sparked when I was young, touring an apartment building my grandfather developed. My drive and inspiration stem from those early childhood days of a creative kid playing with various ideas. I am interested in many types of art and design, ranging from graphic design to fashion design to even tattoos and enjoy incorporating different disciplines into my own work.
Holiday House 2015
Holiday House 2016
Industrial Comfort
Contemporary Coziness
Abstract Elegance
Relaxed Opulence
Subdued Luxury