I love renovated older homes that manage to keep their original charm intact. I worked on this 1920's Denver Bungalow for well over a year - it was a rewarding experience. The homeowners added a second floor and gave the home 3 new bedrooms and 2 new bathrooms, yet when you're inside the home, it feels cozy and charming:… Continue reading A Charmed Bungalow in Denver: Renovating with Character
Kevin Russ prints on Society 6: I've followed iPhone photographer Kevin Russ on Instagram for years now. He's been on the road since 2012 and his images of traveling around this continent have been inspiring, enlightening and moving. The people, stories and land he's encountered on his trek are rooted in Jack Kerouac, John Steinbeck… Continue reading September Obsessions: The photographer Kevin Russ, Giant Legos and Color Block Pillows
Here's my monthly round-up of trends and ideas floating around my Denver, Colorado Interior Design practice this month: Color: Color is creeping back in. Although, if you're like a lot of Colorado - it never really left (see my post here). It's coming back in the form of kitchen cabinets and other built-ins. I've got a… Continue reading July Obsessions: Color, Post-Apocalyptic Fiction and Denver Artists
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Ever wanted to turn your garage into something else? Read about our renovation of a 1930's Carriage house here!
Here's a great DIY side table to get that rustic, farmhouse charm into your home!
"I don't want it to be too matchy-matchy" is something I hear from a lot of people. Trust me, I don't want that for you either! If you're struggling with the basic foundation of your room - take a page from these amazing designers and decorators and match it up! You may think of it as… Continue reading Matchy Matchy: Pull together your look with matching pieces