Scott Cunningham is a color and surface consultant for interior remodels and new construction projects.

Scott’s approach reflects the vision of the architect, client and contractor, while incorporating the scheduling and budget needs of the project as a whole.

Drawing on inspiration from the light and color of the Northern California landscape, there’s a flexibility in Scott Cunningham’s work- a natural expansion of his background as a fine arts painter and sculptor. His approach projects a visual landscape that is harmonious, coordinated, and soothing. From floors, countertops, paint colors, wall finishes and tile – Scott Cunningham’s finely honed understanding of color and material finishes creates a fluid look that is timeless and classic, yet reflects the personal style of the client.

Working with his team of design professionals, Scott Cunningham selects the best in material finishes, paint colors and surface design within any budget. Pre-planning is the most crucial stage in good design, Scott says. “Many people try to rush things – the most common mistake is not working through ideas fully, not seeing how all the finishes – the paint, the walls, the carpets – fit together.”

A designer for more than 20 years, Scott Cunningham has a portfolio of award-winning work in styles from modern to historic-recreation for both residential and business clients. A winner of multiple ASID design awards for his work, Scott’s expertise has also been utilized by the San Francisco Housing Authority.
Contact: Scott Cunningham
Location: 252 Elsie Street
San Francisco, CA 94110
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