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….
A Dated Suburban Home Turns In To A Modern Farmhouse
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.
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.
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.
Traditional Update in Castle Pines Village
This was an 80’s townhome rental when the owners purchased it – with tons of potential. Before, it was bare and dated, but after it’s transformation it feels updated, cozy and eclectic with a European flair.
Old World Gets New Life in Aurora
Updating a Centennial Townhome
This was an 80’s townhome rental when the owners purchased it – with tons of potential…
Mid Mod Hip in Hilltop
From Outdated to Outstanding in Centennial
Combining 2 Condos in Cheesman Park
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.
Remodeled Masterpiece in Greenwood Village
The University Club of Denver
Updating a Classic Club
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.