Scott Childs has always been artistic, drawing and sketching from an early age. In addition, Scott’s father worked as a Florida contractor but then spent over 25 years as a designer for Busby cabinets. This makes Scott a second-generation Busby designer.
He learned from the best, starting at a very early age, visiting his father’s job sites and learning the ins and outs of cabinetry design over the years.
Because he grew up as childhood friends with the Busby family and was around the business for so long, it was a natural transition for him to come to work at the company.
He saw early on how the Busby brand was different from others: “Busby designs always looked better than other companies’ cabinets. It became clear to me that the artisans at Busby were top-tier cabinet craftsmen.”
Since 2005, he has worked at Busby, whether shepherding projects from initial design sketches to detailed engineer drawings or overseeing meticulously installed cabinetry ready for customers to enjoy.
He started in engineering and worked in installations, which gave him a solid foundation and background about how to take designs & make sure they can be executed just as the client desires.
Scott excels particularly with contemporary and transitional styles but has also done a fair bit of traditional design work over the years.
“For my clients, I like to create clear lines and put detail into every design I create. Our clients come to Busby for custom cabinets, built specifically for their lifestyle. Concept sketches get transformed into engineered drawings and then into beautifully crafted cabinets made of the finest materials available. This fuses form with function and creates living spaces that exceed all expectations.”
“I like to put in special details to delight customers; there’s nothing better than to see the look on the clients face when their custom cabinetry has been beautifully designed and installed.”
Most of Scott‘s clients live in and around Jacksonville or Gainesville. His designs can be seen in the homes around Jacksonville Beach, Ocala, and Crystal River.