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Interior Design Solutions

New Construction and Remodeling

Whether you are building from scratch, buying into a new development, scraping an entire house, remodeling one room or just adding on, My Inside Designer can take on your project. Design decisions can be overwhelming… from paint colors, tile and cabinets to flooring, plumbing fixtures, window treatments and lighting… we’ll guide you throughout the process, with all the resources you need to save time and money.

Complete Design Solutions for any Budget

We’ll make your home inspiring and special by combining your favorite colors with meaningful pieces, and unique finds. Want new furnishings or just a few well-chosen items to complete your rooms? We’ll find the perfect pieces and we can work within any budget.

Moving Assistance

We can help with paint colors and create a pre-moving furniture placement plan. Once you’ve settled in, we can style your accessories and hang your art. We offer personalized shopping services to find the perfect missing pieces to compliment your rooms.
My Inside Designer caters to the client in search of unusually beautiful rooms. If that’s you and you’re in the Denver area, let’s talk!  Janie@MyInsideDesigner.com or 720-331-3074.
I love a well-traveled, eclectic house with objects, layered one upon the other, that tell a story about who lives there, where they’ve been, and what they love. There’s nothing worse than walking into someone’s house that looks like they just called up a decorator, or bought everything in one day. Curating a warm layered feel with texture and character is what I specialize in!
Let’s talk! Call me at 720-331-3074 to discuss a new look for your home.

View My Latest Projects Below

Shoreham - Elegant Modern Farmhouse Update

Magazine worthy Wow Factor! This house was stuck in a 90’s rut with claustrophobic stairway walls, a dysfunctional kitchen and dated bathrooms. We opened the stair walls and brought in stylish iron balusters. The soaring great room wall was clad in shiplap, and reclaimed wood accents warmed everything up. Complete renovations on the kitchen, fireplace, home office and bathrooms breathed new life into this beautiful home. We shopped for new furniture, art, accessories & lighting. Now these homeowners love the functionality and style of their incredible Home Sweet Home!

 

Bucknell - A Dated Suburban Home Turns into a Modern Farmhouse

My client purchased this house from her parents and needed to make it her own. We removed a wall to create an open floor plan which was such a game changer. The main floor laundry room was relocated upstairs. What a transformation to take a dated suburban house and turn it into a hip, inviting space, perfect for entertaining and relaxing. She still can’t believe it!
 

Gilpin - Adding “Sizzle Factor” To Fill In The Blanks

This house was a pop-top and the owners had run out of steam and couldn’t finish all the design details. They hired me to put the icing on the cake for them…new artwork, pillows, rugs, accessories, window treatments and furniture gave it the finishing touches to pull it all together. 

 

Arapahoe - Breathing New Life Into A Fresh Update

This house was a dated “grandma” house. We removed a wall in the living room to open up the claustrophobic stairwell & updated everything else. A European French flair was infused along with a mid mod/bohemian style to give it an eclectic, curated feel. Now it’s artsy and fun to reflect the homeowners taste and collections.

 
 

Amaranth - A Wake Up Call For A Tired House

This house was in desperate need of a style update. The homeowners never knew what to do with the living room – it was just a spot to store extra furniture. They didn’t care for the light fixtures and just wanted a hip, relaxing face lift to make it feel like their own.

The tired lighting was switched out with updated “wow” fixtures. The traditional stair runner was replaced with a stylish pattern, and the unused living room is now a cool, eclectic lounge to hang out and entertain in. We purchased some furniture pieces and updated existing ones with new cushions and carefully curated accessories. The built-ins in the family room were restyled with new picture frames and inexpensive accessories to give them cohesion and corral the clutter. New pillows, rugs, fun accessories and art were purchased and styled with the homeowners family treasure.

A total refresh gave a new lease on life for this busy family – now it’s a place they truly feel at home in!

Anaconda - Traditional Update in Castle Pines Village

These homeowners were tired of the dated reddish woodwork and just wanted everything kicked up a notch, as an alternative to moving. Re-working built-ins, re-staining cabinets & woodwork, adding new lighting, furnishings, custom floral arrangements, window treatments, new carpet and rugs – it was just what they needed to fall back in love with their home. The table in the wine room was custom made with crates from their favorite wineries. Now they can’t wait to entertain their friends in swanky style!

Picadilly - Old World Gets New Life in Aurora

Heavy brown furniture and old-world décor made way for a fresh update to bring this home to a whole new level. Yellowed kitchen cabinets were painted ivory and antiqued to breathe new life into a dated kitchen. The formal living room like many, was never used, but the homeowner’s piano needed to stay. Now it’s a tranquil retreat to enjoy a good book in. Simple changes with lighting, furniture, draperies, custom floral arrangements and accessories truly make this a show home!

Ellsworth - Mid Mod Hip in Hilltop

A traditional Hilltop home gets a style injection with hip lighting, new bathroom fixtures, mid mod furniture, fresh paint and fun wallpaper. The kitchen had the right bones – it just needed a bit of spicing up. Now it’s a showstopper you want to hang out in!

Franklin - Remodeled Masterpiece in Greenwood Village

A funny story here … when the homeowner contacted me (through a referral from her handyman), it was quite a surprise when she found out I had originally staged her house before she bought it! We did an extensive remodel – turning the existing master into an office and adding a powder room, and the current office became a sumptuous master retreat. Custom artwork, floral arrangements, white-washing a tired fireplace, a whimsical mobile, and custom built-ins transformed each room into a conversation piece.

Maplewood - From Outdated to Outstanding in Centennial

Before, this house was stuffy and formal – right out of the 1980’s. I transformed it into a Ralph Lauren inspired home for a bachelor. The sea of oak cabinetry and built-ins were painted to give it fresh new life without breaking the bank. Stuffy formal rooms were re-invented to incorporate a relaxing lifestyle. Now it’s a dream home he looks forward to coming home to!

Ogden - Modern Bachelor Pad in Platte Park

A scrape in Platte Park was turned into a clean, modern space with a lofty feel. The custom cabinets by Kabi turned out so special, they were featured in an ad in Colorado Homes and Lifestyles Magazine. The powder room had a large glass block window, so to accent it, we had the entire wall tiled in a wavy, textured show-stopping tile treatment. Now, this bachelor pad is a hip and comfortable place to call home.

High - Updating a Centennial Townhome

This 80’s townhome was a rental and had so much potential. Once bare and dated, but now it feels cozy and eclectic with a European flair.

The University Club of Denver - Updating a Classic Club

The University Club of Denver is a historic treasure in downtown Denver. After being invited to dine there one night, my wheels started turning as I saw all the hidden potential in the once sterile dining room. Appreciating all the old detail and character in historical homes and logging in many miles in antique stores, this was right in my wheelhouse! Six months later, my vision became reality as I transformed it into a cozy, intimate space worthy of its history. A hip and cozy lounge area for lingering occupies a once unused space. I created a gallery wall by framing old 12th night programs – sparking memories and initiating fun conversation. The main focal point is the unusual decoupaged wall that anchors the lounge area. I wallpapered pages from antique books and memorandums that were falling apart, to incorporate a sense of history and play up the library feel. Re-purposed furniture from other areas in the club add richness and warmth. White china in the hutch was swapped out with beautiful antique books and memorabilia. Newly upholstered chairs and textured table settings make a big impact and saved a lot of money. Now the room glows with conversation and has a fresh new life it deserves!

The Waldman - Combining 2 Condos in Cheesman Park

After staging their home that sold, these clients hired me to help with a huge remodeling project at The Waldman, a historic condo building on Cheesman Park. After removing walls, adding a show-stopping staircase to access the basement condo from their main level living space, and updating a tired kitchen and bathrooms, the transformation married vintage charm with a nautical urban loft feel. A much-needed pantry was added in the kitchen, incorporating a family window into the pocket door. So fabulous!

Carthers Roadhouse -Transforming A 200 Yrd Old Adobe Into A Restaurant/Bar

My client bought a 200 yr old adobe building in Del Norte, Co that used to be a service station. The town needed a bar/restaurant for the locals to hang out in, so we decided to hone in on 1910’s automobile memorabilia and make it feel like a garage/service station/car museum to pay homage to it’s history. When they were pressure washing the outside, they discovered the original lettering on the sign. After months of calls and research, they located the original tow truck that was pictured in an old archived photo, and it has been restored and is now in it’s original home, along with some other fun 1910 era automobiles. The adobe walls couldn’t handle screws or nails, so we had to get very creative when hanging all the memorabilia. Needless to say, it’s been a huge success and is now a destination spot for this small town in southern Colorado.