With a love of art and antiques, Scout Designs interiors effortlessly incorporate a wide range of styles and design elements--modern, traditional, and vintage--to achieve spaces that are both adventurous and timeless. Whether shopping the fields at Round Top, Texas, picking up a piece at a brocante in Bordeaux, or discovering gems in Los Angeles flea markets, Nicki Clendening is always on the hunt for unique furniture and interesting objets, with a keen eye for the unusual and the exotic. Clendening’s ability to scout the best for her clients allows her to create interiors that exude a globally influenced sophistication while also being extremely livable and comfortable.
Abstract floral painting by San Francisco artist Anita
Simpson. Unsigned. Oil on canvas, circa 1960. Ms. Simpson was the wife of cartoonist William Simpson. Painted in subtle pastel colors. Displayed in a giltwood frame. Chips in paint on frame.
Modernist-style abstract painting. Oil on board, circa 1973.
Signed illegibly lower left. Displayed in a silver wood frame, hanging wire included. Image size, 39"L x 24"H; overall, 40"L x 25"H.
Midcentury colorful abstract seascape with a unique texture
and depth created by applying paint with a palette knife. Displayed in a pickled driftwood frame and accented with a black wood fillet. Signed illegibly lower right.