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Superior Construction wins best decorator/organizer for third year in a row

Staff Reports • Aug 8, 2016 at 12:40 PM

Elizabeth Scruggs, owner of Superior Construction and Design, is a licensed general contractor, interior decorator and expert psychological stager who loves what she does and loves that she can get up every day “and help put a smile on someone’s face.”

Her company was voted Best Decorator/Organizer for 2016 – a repeat from 2014 and 2015, and also was named a finalist each of those years for Best Builder/Construction company.

 “I started building about 22 years ago when I built our first home in Lebanon and fell in love with the process. I usually have several very different projects going at once, and that is what I love."

From staging real estate using a psychological method in which she is certified, to a complete remodel or new construction, to color specification for your interior or exterior space – Elizabeth's business is a full service design/build firm. Superior Construction and Design is a member of the National Association of Women in Construction, the Real Estate Staging Association, where she serves as president of the state of Tennessee for RESA, and the Interior Design Society. Elizabeth is a member of the Nashville Influencers Group; a group comprised of Nashville bloggers, designers and media personalities who exchange and help promote creative ideas and projects. Additionally, she was awarded the prestigious Best of Houzz award from Houzz.com for 2015 and 2016.

Elizabeth writes a blog on her web site and a magazine column entitled Coming Home. In addition, she buys and sells antiques and home furnishings under the same name as her blog, The Collected Interior, at Antiques on 231 in Lebanon.

 “One of the largest perks of my job is that I have so many friends become clients, and clients that have become dear friends.  I am so very appreciative of this award, and realize that it is because of the continued support of my clients, friends, and colleagues that I am able to call my passion a job,” she said.

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