Posts in Interior Design
For When Lincoln Logs Won't Do: Six Luxury Log Homes

Once upon a time the traditional log structure consisted of one, maybe two rooms, more than enough to serve the needs of the colonial family.  Imagination, innovation, and unimaginable sums of money have changed that.  Inspired by the upcoming #DesignLUX focused on the New American Log Home, we let our mouse do the walking, gathering six of the most over the top, most luxurious, and most unique log homes on the market today.

Forget roughing it.  At least not as long as these jaw-dropping homes are around.

Curated listings courtesy

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New #Luxury Design Products Spotlight: Week of Sept. 14th

New Luxury Product Introductions Including:

Domenica & Mono Pendants from Global Lighting
Chatham & Astoria Vanities in Modern Grey from Hardware Resources
Dimensioni Collection from New Ravenna
Arc Furniture Collection in HI-MACS by OS ∆ OOS
Robert Allen Fall 2015 Color Library

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SMC Design: Confirmed Design Group for Cunard's Queen Mary 2

Since 1840, the ships of luxury operator Cunard have held a virtual throne among the cruise ship industry, Cunard's royal family of transatlantic liners, each bearing the name of long-standing British monarch, setting the standard for impeccable service and classically designed, refined interior architecture not to mention bringing some of the world's largest water going vessels to market.  

The Queen Mary 2 sits at the pinnacle of Cunard's fleet and is the culmination of 175 years of maritime history.  Launching the next chapter in her particularly famous career, Cunard has announced that she'll undergo a major architectural refit in 2016, tasking London-based hospitality design firm SMC Design with the redevelopment of QM2's interior spaces.

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To Every End There is a Beginning: #DesignLUX Newel Posts

Spending the week researching the content for Staircase Week on the Corinne Gail Interior Design blog has resulted in the uncovering of so many wonderfully spectacular artisans, masters in the craft of producing not simply entire staircase structures but also the individual elements that make up each and every one of them.  As they say, the forest sometimes can be about the trees. And when it comes to the trees, it begins and ends with the Newel Post.

Feeling inspired by these great sculptors of wood and metal, D'Scoop has put together a few of our choice favorite rail terminations.

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