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ExteriorscapesExteriorscapes llc
Cairn, inukshuk and hoodoo elements can be seen in this sculpture by Seattle stonemason Cameron Scott, owner of Exteriorscapes. Its link to a hoodoo? Size. Scott’s stacked-stone wonder is 14 feet high; its local granite stones are held in place by rods measuring 2 inches in diameter
Seattle stonemason Cameron Scott, owner of Exteriorscapes. Its link to a hoodoo? Size. Scott’s stacked-stone wonder is 14 feet high; its local granite stones are held in place by rods measuring 2 inches in diameter
Cairn, inukshuk and hoodoo elements can be seen in this sculpture by Seattle stonemason Cameron Scott, owner of Exteriorscapes. Its link to a hoodoo? Size. Scott’s stacked-stone wonder is 14 feet high; its local granite stones are held in place by rods measuring 2 inches in diameter
Dallas, TX: Scott & Melissa Powell / New Leaf
Scott made great use of the master bathroom’s square footage by placing the soaking tub inside the shower. The floating fireplace is framed by the bathroom mirror. “Scott’s design turned out beautifully,” says Melissa. “When I’m dressing in the bathroom, I can see through the fireplace, out the windows
Basement ReduxBARRETT STUDIO architects
fireplace, etc. High level requirements: - Media room (Scott has a lot of high end audio visual equipment). - Family room - Scott may not agree, but we need an 'away' space for visiting kids to go to. This should not require visitors to move through 'Scott's spaces', i.e. movie room or office. - Family room
room will probably have a 'baseball' theme - see pic above for a cool way to handle storage and work space for Scott's baseball card collection - he has thousands of cards. - Scott's office (consider budget for built-ins; he has a LOT of books, etc.) - Hidden bookcase in office to reveal secret room
storage space. We don't expect that we'll need to finish the whole basement ... 3200-3400 of finished space should be enough for us. And one more note; Scott's style is much more contemporary than mine, so we'll have to find a 'middle ground' design-wise. Except for that Star Wars room ... give him something
Just had a look at Gabriel-Scott...very nice work!
The Chandelier is from Gabriel-Scott in Brooklyn. They make gorgeous metal and wood furniture too. ...
chandelier, coffee table and sculptural floor lamp. Symbolically, these are there to subtly remind Vineet that he is a visionary.Chandelier: Kelly, Gabriel Scott; rug: Zap, The Rug Company
Austin, TX: Rachel & Scott Anderson
purchased from Craigslist and thrift stores. Scott painted the bed a complementary bubble gum pink and suspended a gauze canopy overhead. The chicken poster above the dresser was created for the 2012 Minnesota State Fair by Rachel's stepfather, Joe Heffron. Scott's first-grade students painted the surrounding
Dallas, TX: Scott & Melissa Powell / New Leaf
Houzz at a GlanceWho lives here: Scott and Melissa Powell and their kids, Caden (7), Carter (5), Avery (2) and Ainsley (7 months), and their dog, KobeSize: 5,719 square feet (531 square meters); 6 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms, 2 half bathsLocation: Lake Highlands neighborhood in DallasYear built: 2013The o
open-concept living room enjoys grand views of the front and back of the property. This is the second home Scott has built for his family. The couple feels that this will be their “forever” home; but Melissa also acknowledges, “If we’ve learned anything, it’s that we don’t plan life — it does its own
Flanagan Farm Portland MaineNastasi Vail Design
The company that sells it is Phillips Scott if you go to their website they will direct you to local retailers. The bedding is John Robshaw.
floors were paired with a spare selection of designer furnishings, for a look that suggests old family pieces collected over time. Headboad: Phillips Scott; bedding: John Robshaw; shades: Hunter Douglas
floors were paired with a spare selection of designer furnishings for a look that suggests old family pieces collected over time. Headboad: Phillips Scott; bedding: John Robshaw; shades: Hunter DouglasExplore 10 homes that mix old with new
I'm so glad you like the examples of the xeroscape landscaping. If you want to find out about each plant and the names, please contact Scott Ward of White Sage Gardening. He is the mastermind behind this garden.
it was an easy decision to go drought tolerant. Call hired Scott Ward of White Sage Gardening to design her yard to reflect her love of the desert and decomposed granite and rocks. She says, "It was an awesome experience working with Scott as an artist. He brought so much of his own aesthetic to the
KitchenPeace Design
hood, the metalwork, the cabinets and the tiles.Pendant lights over island: Ann Morris Antiques; pendant over table: Glo; chairs around dining table: Scott Market; backsplash tiles: Kim Loftus; kitchen hood: Air Controls in Bozeman, Montana
rangehood, the metalwork, the cabinets and the tiles.Pendant lights over island: Ann Morris Antiques; pendant over table: Glo; chairs around dining table: Scott Market; backsplash tiles: Kim Loftus; kitchen hood: Air Controls in Bozeman, Montana
Lipkind HouseJason Snyder
Houzz at a GlanceWho lives here: Bob Moore, Scott Wise and their 19-year-old cat, Candy LipkindLocation: Swisshelm Park neighborhood of PittsburghSize: 1,000 square feet (about 93 square meters); 2 bedrooms, 2 bathroomsYear built: 1954The couple, who had previously lived in a condo in Pittsburgh’s East
Houzz at a GlanceWho lives here: Bob Moore, Scott Wise and their 19-year-old cat, Candy LipkindLocation: Swisshelm Park neighborhood of PittsburghSize: 93 square metres; 2 bedrooms, 2 bathroomsYear
Misc.Falling Waters Landscape
help integrate it into the garden, but also will let kids get up close and personal with plants and the butterflies and birds they attract.” — June ScottScott’s article is full of ways to engage your children in your yard. As a bonus, she shows us ways to do it without having the yard completely overrun
Rural Mid-Century ModernKimberley Bryan
Scott also built the long, low-slung console, coffee table and armchair in this living room. "Right now the chair and coffee table are raw plywood," he says. "They'll be finished like the console, and some cushions will be added to the chair. But, like the house, I like the furniture to be great in
functions and with clean, surprising elements, like the cherry and heavily striated plywood inserts." The sofa and two orange vases were gifts from Scott's family. Tall orange vase: Mort's Cabin; table lamp: vintage, Vintage Vine
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