Master’s Design, Inc.,
High Point, N.C.
Meeting and exceeding clients’ needs and design desires are top among the goals of the skilled and seasoned team at Masters Design. It’s been that way since Nancy Scott founded her full-service residential and commercial design firm in 1993.
“Since then the studio has grown to include a team of two designers and a number of freelance designers, tradesmen and stylists,” says Nancy. “Masters Design also offers the services of a general contractor, licensed in both North and South Carolina, who coordinates both new constructions and renovations on commercial and residential projects.” Over the years, Nancy and her team have worked with many furniture manufacturers, numerous residential clients, commercial projects, and model homes for builders.
In addition, Master’s Design also includes a Furniture Shopping Service Division through its main office in High Point, NC, which has helped expand its clientele both nationally and internationally.
“I honed my design skills working for many years as head showroom designer for Tomlinson-Erwin-Lambeth,” Nancy tells us. Then she would go on to oversee and design many trade showrooms at market center buildings around the country, including the Habersham showroom in High Point, NC. Throughout her career, Nancy has been involved with countless residential and commercial projects in the United States, France, Jordan, Kuwait, and Saudi Arabia. She has also assisted with model homes locally and on the coast of South Carolina.
“Since the very beginning of my career, I’ve had the good fortune to work with products and lines that are all family owned businesses that I know and trust,” she explains. “These companies—and I count Habersham among the best —have integrity and that helps us insure and maintain our own. We work to build strong relationships with all of our lines. We know them, they know us, we build great relationships and that, in turn, helps us deliver the best possible combination of product and design services to our discriminating clientele.”