• Controversial Art

    “Now this looks like a job for me so everybody just follow me ‘Cause we need a little controversy, ‘Cause it feels so empty without me” You hear artists like their work to create emotion, cause the end user to think, and so on. It sure seems true with artists such […]

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  • StonePeak Ceramics

    Last week the Scouts took a field trip to Crossville, TN to visit the StonePeak Ceramics production facility. We were hosted by StonePeak and our local tile distributor, Mees Distributors. The visit was informative and really interesting. We saw the tile making process from start…To finish: These extra large tiles are […]

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  • Before and After- Hall Bath

    Don’t ask me how it happened; it just did. We ended up with not one, not two, but THREE spaces in this year’s DPVA Designer Show House. Today I’ll show you the before and after of the hall bath. We worked on this space in conjunction with Amanda Cook of […]

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  • Brick must be an interior designer at heart because I know how he feels. I really do love lamp. You know how I realized this? Because I spent the last three days with my sister selecting all the lighting for her new home in Ecuador. Well ok, a little more […]

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  • A few weeks ago I received a request to be featured on Terrys Fabrics blog. They have a section called “Designer Insights” and they have featured some fabulous designers, so I was super excited to be included in this group. The article went online today. Courtesy of: Terrys Fabrics One […]

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  • January. A time to reflect on the past 365 days and look ahead into the next. 2014 was quite a year for me and Vintage Scout. I officially became the solo Scout and 2014 was the first full year on my own. Closing the storefront and missing a crazy red head didn’t […]

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