A first look at Thomas Schoos' design for Searsucker Las Vegas
The owners of this spacious home had very little in the way of furniture, drapery or other furnishings. They were seeking a more modern twist on their traditional home, including an all-new kitchen, new furniture, lighting and original works of art. Thomas painted several large canvases to fill the ample wall space and bring a sense of refined elegance. Eighty percent of the furniture is custom, designed specifically for the space. Carpets were exchanged for walnut hardwood floors in the 2,000 square foot master bedroom and a custom bedframe with hand carved trim added modern style. Modern furniture and art give the deep, comfortable seating in the family room more style, along with an indoor/outdoor vibe on the porches and patios that evokes a tropical resort.