In the News
P. Scinta Designs’ work has been featured in national and local publications many times. Here are few of our highlighted pieces that show the depth and breadth of the P. Scinta Designs style.
Scene Setters – February 7, 2015
By KIMBERLEY McGEE
SPECIAL TO YOUR HOME
Posters, paintings and photos are the traditional items chosen by homeowners to hang on the walls of their abodes. But that’s poor use of one of the largest, and most prominent, décor spaces in your living area, according to local designers.
P. Scinta Designs Receives Remodeling Award From Houzz – January 31, 2013
LAS VEGAS REVIEW-JOURNAL
P. Scinta Designs of Las Vegas has recently received a Best of Remodeling award from Houzz, an online platform for residential remodeling and design. The 8-year-old interior design firm was chosen by the more than 11 million monthly users who make up the Houzz community.
Black Magic – January 10, 2013
By HALI BERNSTEIN SAYLORHOME EDITOR
In the world of fashion, the little black dress is iconic. When decorating your home, black can be equally dramatic. It was exactly for that heightened sense of drama that Las Vegas designer Peggy Scinta used black as the main color for a powder room she recently completed.ademy of Country Music Awards at the MGM Grand.
Modern Revival: Fresh Spin On Interior Makes Home Feel New – January 27, 2011
It’s the season of “re” — remodel, redecorate, repurpose, repaint, refloor, rewallpaper, etc.
In the midst of all the uncertainty in the home market, many homeowners are choosing to reinvent their current homes instead of buying new ones, say local interior designers.
Better On A Budget – May 16, 2009
Even in today’s economy, where people are reluctant to make major financial commitments, there comes a time when it becomes obvious that your home’s decor is in need of a little TLC. But, according to interior designer Peggy Scinta of Las Vegas, you can give your home’s interior a new look without breaking the bank.
Robb & Stucky, Scinta Team Up On Retreat For Country Musicians – May 24, 2008
Robb & Stucky Interiors, in partnership with local interior designer Peggy Scinta, decorated “The Retreat” where country music celebrities gathered during the 43rd annual Academy of Country Music Awards held Sunday at MGM Grand.