By the time Peggy transitioned from her teens to her twenties, she was already creating unique and memorable spaces. “I can recall my very first apartment. The bedroom was all done in black and white. Back then waterbeds were the rage and mine was upholstered in a large scale black and white hound’s-tooth check. Over the bed was a large original painting of a spidery black tree on a white background. The bed and art were a graphic focal point that could stand the test of time, even in today’s design portfolios” says Peggy.
Peggy’s first design firm, Scheme Dreams, was established in New York over a decade ago. Prior to founding the firm, Peggy’s fifteen plus year corporate career helped her develop outstanding business management skills. Her background in senior management gives her an advantage that sets her design firm apart from most.
Ten years ago, after two visits to Las Vegas and a trip to the Las Vegas World Market Design Center, a transition to a new beginning was quick and deliberate. Upon her arrival in Las Vegas, Peggy’s team immediately went to work creating a dining/entertainment suite for a Vegas headliner.
In 2008, Peggy’s interior design firm created the green room “Retreat” for the Academy of Country Music Awards at the MGM Grand. Most recently, Peggy was the recipient of Las Vegas Design Center’s 2013 Interior Design of the Year award. Scinta won for the renovation of a 3,200 square-foot Henderson home she transformed from drab to fab. Today, Scinta Designs is considered one of the most successful, top design firms in Las Vegas.
The firm’s portfolio features high end residential projects and specializes in designing luxury vacation homes for clients in Las Vegas, New York, Nashville and Philadelphia.