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COLORADO

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ASPEN, CO | $35,000,000
Joshua & Co.
Joshua Saslove — 970.925.8810
WEB ID: WINQ8
MONTECITO, CA | $4,595,000
Village Properties
Cecilia Hunt — 805.895.3834
WEB ID: QJEV8
RANCHO SANTA FE, CA | $10,990,000
Willis Allen Real Estate
S. Hethcock/S. Roger — 877.515.7443
WEB ID: CQFQ8
luxuryportfolio.com
PALM SPRINGS, CA | $50,000,000
Windermere Real Estate Southern California
Patrick-Stewart Properties — 760.898.1817
WEB ID: MRJQ8
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EXCEPTIONAL
HOMES.
POWERFUL
NETWORK.
Finding your home is a personal process of discovery,
and the accomplished global network of Luxury
Portfolio brokers are ready to assist in the journey.
Explore over 25,000 of the world’s finest properties
marketed on luxuryportfolio.com each year. Enter the
property Web ID for more detail.
© 2013 Luxury Portfolio International.
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Offering is subject to errors, omissions,
change of price, or withdrawal without notice. Equal Housing Opportunity.
KAILUA, HI | $6,950,000
Kahala Associates
Myra Brandt — 808.224.3413
WEB ID: YCYQ8
Steamboat Springs, CO | $7,400,000
Colorado Group Realty
Penny Fletcher — 970.846.4429
WEB ID: NNTV8
TUCSON, AZ | $9,990,000
Long Realty Company
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WEB ID: XTEQ8
ASPEN, CO | $35,000,000
Joshua & Co.
Joshua Saslove — 970.925.8810
WEB ID: WINQ8
PACIFIC PALISADES, CA | $10,500,000
Hilton & Hyland
Drew Fenton — 310.858.5474
WEB ID: UBBZ8
MISSION VIEJO, CA | $2,999,999
First Team Estates
Scott Arnott — 949.375.1265
WEB ID: NDNZ8
I N T E R N A T I O N A L
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ASPEN, CO | $35,000,000
Joshua & Co.
Joshua Saslove — 970.925.8810
WEB ID: WINQ8
MONTECITO, CA | $4,595,000
Village Properties
Cecilia Hunt — 805.895.3834
WEB ID: QJEV8
RANCHO SANTA FE, CA | $10,990,000
Willis Allen Real Estate
S. Hethcock/S. Roger — 877.515.7443
WEB ID: CQFQ8
luxuryportfolio.com
PALM SPRINGS, CA | $50,000,000
Windermere Real Estate Southern California
Patrick-Stewart Properties — 760.898.1817
WEB ID: MRJQ8
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EXCEPTIONAL
HOMES.
POWERFUL
NETWORK.
Finding your home is a personal process of discovery,
and the accomplished global network of Luxury
Portfolio brokers are ready to assist in the journey.
Explore over 25,000 of the world’s finest properties
marketed on luxuryportfolio.com each year. Enter the
property Web ID for more detail.
© 2013 Luxury Portfolio International.
®
Offering is subject to errors, omissions,
change of price, or withdrawal without notice. Equal Housing Opportunity.
KAILUA, HI | $6,950,000
Kahala Associates
Myra Brandt — 808.224.3413
WEB ID: YCYQ8
Steamboat Springs, CO | $7,400,000
Colorado Group Realty
Penny Fletcher — 970.846.4429
WEB ID: NNTV8
TUCSON, AZ | $9,990,000
Long Realty Company
Martha Briggs — 520.240.8006
WEB ID: XTEQ8
ASPEN, CO | $35,000,000
Joshua & Co.
Joshua Saslove — 970.925.8810
WEB ID: WINQ8
PACIFIC PALISADES, CA | $10,500,000
Hilton & Hyland
Drew Fenton — 310.858.5474
WEB ID: UBBZ8
MISSION VIEJO, CA | $2,999,999
First Team Estates
Scott Arnott — 949.375.1265
WEB ID: NDNZ8
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Presenting The Precioustone Collection.
When it comes to innovations in natural stone, one company stands alone: Antolini.
The result is the Precioustone Collection, setting the standard for the most advanced technologies and
craftsmanship of Italy. This breathtaking collection of over 100 unique creations is unrivalled for its artful
beauty and exquisite quality. The collection is now available throughout the US. To locate the nearest
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Blue Quartz
Presenting The Precioustone Collection.
When it comes to innovations in natural stone, one company stands alone: Antolini.
The result is the Precioustone Collection, setting the standard for the most advanced technologies and
craftsmanship of Italy. This breathtaking collection of over 100 unique creations is unrivalled for its artful
beauty and exquisite quality. The collection is now available throughout the US. To locate the nearest
Precioustone distributor, email LUXstyle@antolini.com and visit antoliniprecioustone.com for details.
B r i n g i n g S t o n e T o L i f e
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4. The Waterford London Collection fuses sleek,
modern design with state-of-the-art LED lighting
to magnify the cut-crystal. The London Floor
Mirror features fine crystal appointments, brushed-
metal surfaces and illuminates with the wave of a
hand. Suggested retail price $27,000. waterford.com
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Florence, Italy, specializes in the production
of exceptional master-crafted cooking ranges,
cooktops, appliances and accessories. Priced
from $19,453. officinegullousa.com
1. Artfully modern, Deyo from Hudson Valley
Lighting® provides a thoroughly sculptural and
eye-catching form. The design puts a spin on tradition
by suspending a wide-drum shade from uniquely
counterpoised metalwork. hudsonvalleylighting.com
2. This stylish, bronze door hardware set with
coordinating levers has a slender profile and no
visible hub. These unique hubless sets are ideal for
a seamless, modern look. Available at Sun Valley
Bronze. Price upon request. sunvalleybronze.com
P R O M O T I O N
Sleek, sculptural and beautifully functional, these designs reflect the best of modernity.
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Convertible Zone 4-Door Refrigerator (RF32FSQDB)
features a fourth door that easily converts from
refrigerator to freezer, allowing for the most fresh food
storage in its class. Priced at $4,199. samsung.com
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3. LaCantina Doors create dramatically expanded
interiors, filled with natural light and open air,
completely transforming space and enhancing
your lifestyle. Available in a range of materials to
complement any architectural style, with enhanced
thermal and weather performance for all climates.
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5. Duralee is pleased to expand their designer
product offerings with Duralee Drapery Hardware.
Three new collections of finials, poles and brackets
join favorites from the former Chase & Company
line to create a comprehensive brand of hardware
for the home. duralee.com
1. Escape to The Setai, Miami Beach this fall for
an Asian-inspired oasis of tranquility. Relax in
the hotel’s sleek Courtyard, three azure pools
and luxurious hotel and residential suites. Rates
start at $585. thesetaihotel.com
4. Marchesi Antinori has released the 2010 vintage of
Villa Antinori Chianti Classico DOCG Riserva. Crafted
from 90 percent Sangiovese and 10 percent Merlot,
this robust wine is a wonderful holiday selection
when entertaining family and friends. antinori.it
2. Gourmet cooking at the touch of a finger. The
Dacor Discovery IQ Oven eliminates the
guesswork with its pre-programmed cooking
guide, which can be operated remotely via your
mobile device. DYO230S. dacor.com
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ON THE COVER
In the mother’s office of the Denver
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Devon Tobin and Miranda Cullen
covered a 1930s settee with a bright
Galbraith & Paul floral, which plays
off the room’s gray walls and silver
accessories. Page 252
fall 2013
features.
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W
hile recently browsing
an antique shop in Flat
Rock, North Carolina,
I picked up an issue of
Arts & Decoration magazine, circa March
1927. Charmed by its vintage photographs
and retro appeal, I took it home to study
its content. What insightful words of
design wisdom I discovered in its pages.
A few to take note of, and for us design
devotees to keep in mind...
On Gardens: “Gardens, like everything else in the world, should be
made with imagination as well as knowledge. Tere must seem leisure
in the loveliness—and permanency. In short, beauty of a garden lies in
looking lived in, by dreams at least.”
On Room Composition: “It is one thing to be able to make up a
pretty color scheme and quite a different matter to bring all the diverse
elements of a room together in such fashion as to make a beautiful
composition. People live in these compositions; move about in them.
Terefore, they must of necessity be as sound in their structural
composition as a group of sculpture and as lovely in their color choice
and arrangement as is the work of the painter upon canvas.”
On Architecture: “As American dwellings are built better, more
permanently and more beautifully, they will be regarded less as real
estate and more as homes, and with that change in attitude, the
status of the home as the nucleus of society will approach more
closely the older American tradition.”
Pamela Jaccarino, Editor in Chief
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welcoming fall.
074 L UX E I NT E R I O R S + DE S I G N
PARTY BY DESIGN
Celebrating with designer Eric
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at the Luncheon by Design Patron
Party. See more photos online at
facebook.com/luxemagazine.
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we enjoy a number of compelling events. In September, Luxe Interiors + Design was thrilled to be
the media sponsor for the Institute of Classical Architecture & Art’s inaugural Newman Awards,
which celebrated the best of classical and traditional design within the Rocky Mountain region.

We are also excited to be featuring the Denver Designer Show House this issue. Luxe was the
media sponsor for this amazing project, which benefited Children’s Hospital Colorado. Event
founders Trish Bragg and Maggie Armstrong, along with this year’s chair Brooke Erkal, truly
made the event a success, and I think you will agree after seeing the incredible results.

With the launch of LuxeBox in Colorado, we’re looking forward to introducing design-savvy
new homeowners to the best industry professionals and resources available. Tis marketing
program is just another way we’re bringing great design to your doorstep.
Enjoy the issue!
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1. A new design from John Atencio, Chloe, is available with uniquely faceted blue topaz or mint quartz (). Chloe Mint Quartz earrings feature sterling
silver with yellow-gold accents. A matching ring and pendant are also available. Priced at $495. johnatencio.com 2. Iznik Listello by Lilywork is inspired by
a Turkish motif and handcrafted in the U.S. It is available through The Floor Club, Denver. denver.thefloorclub.com 3. Vegan, hand-painted zebra “skin” floor
canvas, crafted by Heather Wild Lowry, with horsehair sewn into mane and tail and backed with felt, offers a stunning green alternative to a real skin. Priced
at $3,500. paintergirlproductions.com 4. Shown is Todd Reed’s mixed-metal cuff, featuring 18-karat gold, sterling silver and white brilliant diamonds (.52 ctw).
Priced at $7,920. toddreed.com 5. Sculptor, Mark Giovanni, of G Force Design Studio, presents Orbital Ballet. The first of his orbital collection highlights
his playful use of spheres, orbits and color. Add this lively modern sculpture to your living or work space to enhance your collection. gforcedesignstudio.com
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According to Judith Harris, adhering to hues and textures that echo the natural vitality of Colorado
was a founding tenet when she first introduced Objets, Ltd. to Denver in 1991. A time-honored
destination for professional designers and novice decorators alike, the showroom’s gallery-
like setting offers exclusive lines, original art pieces and unexpected accents. “While I adore
the spontaneous pop of color and am drawn to eclectic items, I also understand the essence
of traditional, timeless furnishings,” notes Harris. This season, she will display such enduring
pieces from Vanguard, whose recent collection from celebrated interior designer Michael Weiss
is shown here. objetsltd.com
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A career spent extensively traveling the globe for his career in fashion
and connecting with other cultures ignited Paul Cathers’ passion for the
design industry, leading him to open Cathers Home. Over the 15 years
since its opening, Cathers has cultivated a collection of internationally
sourced furnishings and accents at his Basalt showroom, citing a
“strong pull to pieces that exude strength of craftsmanship.” The rustic,
sustainably made furnishings from Austin-based Four Hands—whose
Josie sideboard, left, and Cyrus round table, below, are shown here—
evoke this aesthetic, and are currently available. cathershome.com
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Created from a series of interconnected
geometric shapes with metallic-finished cores,
Gabriel Kakon and Scott Richler’s Welles light
fixture is a welcome addition to the brothers’
exclusive line of furnishings. Since launching
their namesake collection, Gabriel Scott, last
year, the architects-turned-designers’ chic set
has rapidly expanded—with plans to introduce
a similar piece in the form of a sconce—and
there are no signs of slowing down. “Our
intention was to offer a flexible lighting system
that gives decorators a maximum amount of
possibilities,” notes Richler. gabriel-scott.com
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What inspired you to begin a career in design?
From the time I was a little girl, my mother and grandmother would take me
antiquing; we were always on the hunt for the next beautiful piece. I watched them
enjoy reinventing rooms, and I eventually picked up the habit.
What influences you on a daily basis?
The way people live their lives. It’s not always about location, but rather lifestyle,
whether it’s relaxed, more sophisticated, trendy or beachy.
Are there specific colors, patterns or textures that resonate most with you?
Green and blue are always staples in my designs; the pairing is timeless. Also,
every season, we look to the runway for inspiration and pull colors, textures and
patterns that we see and incorporate them into our product offerings.
Who are some of your design icons?
Victoria Hagan for her ability to successfully mix architectural details into her interior
design projects; and Celerie Kemble for her penchant for blending the old with the new.
Luxe sits down with Katie Wolfe
Agron, interior designer and
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Since opening this year, Larrabee’s Furniture
& Design has infused Littleton with a healthy
dose of high-end décor. The 48,000-square-foot
showroom is replete with inspiring lifestyle
settings, ranging from contemporary and rustic
to traditional. For owner Scott Larrabee, who
recalls assembling dinette sets as a child in his
family’s Boulder showroom, “involvement in
the design industry was always a given.” This
fall, Larrabee looks forward to showcasing a
wide selection of furnishings and accessories
from brands the likes of Caracole, Arteriors
Home and Global Views. larrabeesfurniture.us
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Helmed by co-owners Katie Wolfe Agron and
Molly Simons, MK Style is a boutique-type
haven for exclusive designs, chic curiosities
and one-of-a-kind antiques. Born from the
creative vision of the Denver design mavens,
the posh shop is bursting with a unique array
of distinctive items you’d be hard-pressed to
find elsewhere. “We revel in carrying items
that no one else has,” says Agron, who noted
that she is eagerly anticipating expanding the
store’s collection of vintage lighting this season.
“At MK Style, one can design a whole house or
find the perfect decorative accent to complete
a room.” shopmkstyle.com
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Italian design house Poltrona Frau recently unveiled
11 new sumptuously appointed furniture lines, all
of which were inspired by the rich history of luxury
automobile and aviation models. Roberto Lazzeroni’s
Montera chair is a two-tone design—shown here in
camel and turquoise leathers—set atop a rich wenge-
stained ash wood base. Available in a vibrant amalgam
of colorways, Montera embodies a sophisticated
silhouette, which Lazzeroni achieved via an ardent
focus on lightness of form. poltronafrau.com
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DENVER SHOWROOM
1600 WEST EVANS, UNIT A, ENGLEWOOD, CO
303.744.0350
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Sophisticated silhouettes and exquisite design
details make up the latest assemblage of interior
furnishings and accessories available at Ebanista’s
Denver Design District locale. Founders Fari and
Melinda Pakzad designed the 70-piece collection—
which includes such elegant pieces as a rock-crystal
chandelier and a plush settee—in honor of the
Costa Mesa, California-based company’s 10
th
anniversary. The charming set also features a
selection of decorative lighting, ornate hand-carved
accents, paintings and elegant case goods, which
the Pakzads say “celebrate luxury and sophistication
with ease.” ebanista.com
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strong backgrounds in the arts, an appreciation for
creative energy and originality guide their individual
design aesthetics. Co-owners of Studio 2b—housed
in a renovated 1940s garage in Denver’s Ball
Park neighborhood—the pair offers a register of
products such as the featured oak wood flooring
from the Austria-based company Mafi, which is
distinguished by its entirely natural materials
and finishes. Working with such fabricators, who
Samantha says “pay incredible attention to design
and detail but are equally focused on function
and comfort,” the showroom offers complete
kitchen systems, eclectic fixtures and furnishings
in addition to an impressive supply of decking
materials. studio2bdenver.com
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The raw quality and natural allure of Machu Picchu inspired
designer Jiun Ho to create his latest furniture collection entitled
Jiun Ho IV, a collaborative effort with Peruvian-born textile
designer Sandra Jordan. Part of the new line is the Chinchero
bench, shown, enveloped in Jordan’s olive-hued Prima Alpaca
fabric—a luxurious fiber that was historically implemented by
Incan royalty and evokes the ancient heritage of the Andean
culture. According to Ho, the bench, which is bestowed with a
framework of robust steel, “reflects the magical essence of
the royal estate built with eternity in mind.” jiunhodejia.com
GREAT HEIGHTS ^
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The Call of The Green
If acres of picturesque greens, challenging fairways and links lavished with adventure are
your calling, allow us to help you find the perfect home that appeals to the golfer in you.
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36 Castle Pines Drive North, offered at $1,150,000.
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The Call of The Green
If acres of picturesque greens, challenging fairways and links lavished with adventure are
your calling, allow us to help you find the perfect home that appeals to the golfer in you.
CHERRY CREEK DOWNTOWN DENVER GREENWOOD VILLAGE CASTLE PINES VILLAGE EVERGREEN BOULDER VAIL VALLEY
COLORADO GOLF CLUB
Lots $310K-$1.35M, custom homes $2M-$6M.
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From the mid $100,000’s to the high $600,000’s.
granbyranch.com
RAVENNA
8164 Raphael Lane, offered at $1,149,000.
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CHERRY HILLS COUNTRY CLUB
1530 East Oxford Lane, offered at $4,300,000.
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CASTLE PINES VILLAGE
36 Castle Pines Drive North, offered at $1,150,000.
fullersothebysrealty.com
PRADERA
5125 Starry Sky Way, offered at $1,074,000.
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COLORADO GOLF CLUB
Lots $310K-$1.35M, custom homes $2M-$6M.
Betts Lake main flr master homes $895K-$1.5M.
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LIVE IN THE FOOTHILLS IN MORRISON
Near Red Rocks, stunning views, golf course, in
Willow Springs. MountainHomesofColorado.com
6447 Willow Springs Drive $1,097,995
Alissa Skildheim 303.888.4814
HIWAN / EVERGREEN
Remodeled on the 7th tee! Over 4,000 sf, 5 bds,
4 baths. Wrap-around deck with amazing views.
31471 Island Drive $1,000,000
Rochelle McNaughton 303.929.9001
ESTES PARK
A significant private home on 60 acres bordering
Rocky Mountain National Park.
439 Timber Rock $3,995,750
Linda Scaglia 303.859.4698
EVERGREEN
Your shire awaits! Snowcapped views. Mountain
masterpiece on 10.24 acres. 5 bds, 6 baths.
2929 Highlands View Road $2,695,000
Kay Bohan 303.915.1563
BOULDER
Stunning views reminiscent of Ocean Front! 270°
of open space. Cathedral ceilings throughout.
125 Meadowlook Way
Dan Fead 720.300.9500
Carrie Host 303.817.8333
EVERGREEN MOUNTAIN CONTEMPORARY
Entertaining and family home on 10 acres. Divide
views. 2nd mstr suite. A+ finishes. KerryEndsley.com
414 Humphrey Drive $2,500,000
Kerry Endsley 303.570.0267
EVERGREEN EQUESTRIAN ESTATE
Colorado estate 11 acres, 2 legal lots. 10,000 sf
indoor arena. www.evergreenequestrianestate.com
32300 Woodland Drive $3,999,000
Andrea Mancuso Webber 970.376.0570
Nancy Silverman 303.506.1640
EUROPEAN MANOR IN EVERGREEN
Custom home has it all. 10 acres and 360º views.
Gated community 4 min to I-70. KerryEndsley.com
1325 Silver Rock Lane $4,998,000
Kerry Endsley 303.570.0267
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1530 East Oxford Lane, Cherry Hills Village
Poised behind wrought iron gates on Cherry Hills Country Club’s 15th hole, this Tudor
estate has Old World details, 4 bedrooms, walk-out lower level, 4-car garage, and storage
barn. Its 2.7 acres boast panoramic views, exceptional privacy, multiple terraces, gardens and
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Cherry Creek schools, this property has not been ofered for over 25 years. Perfectly suited
for an intimate lifestyle or grand scale entertaining. Call for a private showing.
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Entertaining is the perfect occasion to tell a visual story,
and with the table as protagonist, every piece that
graces it also plays a supporting role. Te deep coral and
magentas of a Manuel Canovas fabric captured New
York-based designer Eileen Kathryn Boyd and inspired
her own narrative. A cast of tabletop accoutrements in
lustrous finishes and rich jewel tones followed suit...
TABLE TALK
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using color but are fearful in applying it,” Boyd says. “Tabletop
is a great way to have fun and experiment with interesting
combinations.” Te designer chose Anna Weatherley’s gold-
rimmed charger for its amethyst color and her scalloped
white dinner plate for its bright note; the hand-painted Jaune
de Chrome dessert dish serves as a complement to both,
and the leopard-print Norbar fabric neutralizes the color
scheme. Boyd layered Rogaska crystal throughout the smoky purple dining room
and added delicate Hermès flatware as jewelry for the table—a play on the literal
reference she made with an agate bracelet as a napkin ring. Alongside the fireplace,
they make an inviting space even cozier in time for a fabulous fall get together.
Placemats, Bagatelle in Violine; manuelcanovas.com. Leopard Napkins, Corona Stone 6002; norbarfabrics.com.
Lavender Chargers and Simply Anna Dinner Plates, Anna Weatherley; devinecorp.net. Cream Scale Gold Finition
Dessert Plates, Jaune de Chrome; devinecorp.net. Festival Napkins in Tin; sferra.com. Attelage Flatware;
hermes.com. Adria Wine Glasses, Prague Candleholders, Bakhos Ice Bucket, and St. Tropez Glasses and
Decanter; rogaskausa.com. Table Runner, Topaz TZA226, Omexco; romo.com. Montgomery Wine Cooler;
ralphlaurenhome.com. Regent Crystal Votives; baccarat.com. Imogen Tangerine Box; julianchichester.com.
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IT’S A SCHONBEK. CRAFTING MEMORIES.
Since 1870, Schonbek chandeliers have brought timeless sophistication to interiors.
With their unsurpassed quality and beauty, each piece is a cherished heirloom for generations to come.
RENAISSANCE and other illuminating designs available for viewing at the showroom below and schonbek.com.
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IT’S A SCHONBEK. CRAFTING MEMORIES.
Since 1870, Schonbek chandeliers have brought timeless sophistication to interiors.
With their unsurpassed quality and beauty, each piece is a cherished heirloom for generations to come.
RENAISSANCE and other illuminating designs available for viewing at the showroom below and schonbek.com.
Schonbek® is a member of the Swarovski Group.
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THIS SEASON’S ATTENTION-STEALING BAUBLES DARE
US TO BRANCH OUT AND BREAK WITH CONVENTION.
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RADAR ART
CITY PLANNING
FERNAND L ÉGER’ S ENDURI NG ART PI ECE DEPI CTI NG
ARCHITECTURE AND URBAN LIFE INSPIRES AN EXHIBITION
ON THE MODERN METROPOLIS.
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were observing in the urban fabric. The modern metropolis was the central symbolic site of modernity.
Léger: Modern Art and The Metropolis—the Philadelphia Museum of Art’s exhibition on the metropolis
and the exchanges of influence between Fernand Léger and the artists, architects, filmmakers and poets
of the 1920s international avant-garde in Paris—makes its debut this fall. Running from October through January, the
exhibition was inspired by Te City (shown here), a formative work in 20
th
-century art, and one of the core masterpieces
in the museum’s collection. “We wanted to focus on the metropolis to show how current modern art’s engagement with the world can be for today’s
city dwellers,” notes exhibit curator Anna Vallye. “What’s so remarkable is that the city Léger painted almost 100 years ago is still completely familiar
to us today. Of course, cities have changed since then, but there is also something profoundly enduring about Léger’s vision.” philamuseum.org
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IN YOUR NEW BOOK, AN
INVITATION TO CHÂTEAU DU
GRAND-LUCÉ... Many people think
that classic design is outdated and
uncomfortable and I wanted to show
that nothing could be further from
the truth. Design is a pendulum and
while it swings from trend to trend,
it always returns to the classical
because there is an innate sense of
security in it. It is more forgiving, as
it accepts that daily accoutrements
are a part of our living spaces.
YOUR APPROACH TO DESIGN:
None of what I do is too studied. I
think a flea market treasure can
be mixed in with an 18
th
-century
console and you get to appreciate
each of them more because of
their relationship to one another.
Who wants to live in a room that
whispers, “Look, but don’t touch?”
WHY UNDERTAKE SUCH A
PAINSTAKING RESTORATION?
I love the secrets that you find in
the stones of old buildings and the
challenge of taking something that
was designed for a different way of
life and subtly transforming it for
the way we live today.
FURNISHING THE CHATEAU…
Was a real labor of love and I used
an approach that I would advise
anyone to: Buy what you love and it
will somehow find its proper place.
CALIFORNIA VS. FRANCE: For
me, Southern California is all
about comfort, casual living and
self- expression, but there is just
something about the French respect
for culture, history and tradition
that really resonates with me.
WHEN ENTERTAINING GUESTS…
It is important to make them feel
as if they are in their own home. I
always leave flowers, freshly baked
goodies, magazines or books I think
they will enjoy and a scented candle
in their room to welcome them.
MOST FAVORED
ARCHITECTURAL
PERIOD: Mid-to-
late 18
th
-century
France was such
a remarkable time
for architecture,
because it held the
highest level of refinement
of the French aesthetic, but it
was tempered by the age of
enlightenment.
PAINT A PICTURE OF TIME
SPENT AT YOUR PICTURESQUE
CHÂTEAU: It’s like going back
in time to when life was all
much slower and people really
had the time to be with each
other. I can think of no other
place in the world I would
rather be when I am afforded
the luxury of time.
RADAR FI VE MI NUTES WI TH...
BON VIVANT
WI TH A NEW BOOK CHRONI CLI NG THE RESTORATI ON OF HI S FRENCH
CHÂTEAU AND AN UPCOMI NG TABLEWARE LI NE FOR ROYAL LI MOGES,
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Clockwise from top: Corrigan’s
French estate; Macassar Ebony &
Ostrich Egg lamp by TC Home; a
seating area of the master bed-
room featured in An Invitation to
Château du Grand-Lucé; an antique
brass fire screen; the designer in
his Loire Valley home.
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RADAR ROUNDUP
FLOORED
FALL FOR THESE VIBRANT RUGS THAT FEATURE SOME OF THE SEASON’S
MOST ARRESTING GRAPHICS, STRIKING HUES AND OH-SO-SOFT MATERIALS.
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FIGURE EIGHT ROYAL RECEPTION SHOW STOPPER THE IMPRESSIONIST
ABC Carpet & Home debuts
new mesmerizing colorways
to its Aquasilk collection of
painterly rugs inspired by
the ocean. Handwoven of
sari silk, the rugs get their
watercolor effect from being
overdyed with layers of trans-
lucent hues. abchome.com
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Te inspiration for the hand-
knotted wool and bamboo
silk Topo rug by Tufenkian
Artisan Carpets began with
a topographical image, but
as it progressed, the vivid
design became more abstract
and the name was shortened.
tufenkiancarpets.com
Cococozy lends its lifestyle
expertise to floorcoverings
with an illustrative line for
Capel Rugs. Hand-knotted in
a Tibetan weave using semi-
worsted wool and dynamic
pigments, the series includes
this fun yet sophisticated
Loop rug. capelrugs.com
Taking its cues from the
distinct craftsmanship and
intricate patterns of Mughal
latticeworks from the Indian
courts of the 18
th
century,
Stark’s latest Tibetan rug
features an elaborate motif
that beautifully repeats in
wool and silk. starkcarpet.com
Te majestic garments worn
by women in India have been
reimagined as Stephanie
Odegard Collection’s Sari
Lights series of rugs, hand-
knotted on a wool ground
using recycled and re-spun
yarns from deconstructed
saris. stephanieodegard.com
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FORGO SUBTLETY THI S SEASON AND PLUNGE I NTO THREE
I NDULGENT SHADES AS BLACK, HUNTER GREEN AND DEEP
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Fendi Chameleon
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Black is often a regular on the fashion scene,
and this year is no exception as the no-nonsense
hue is fiercely represented on and off the
runway. Color takes a back seat, while edgy
silhouettes and sharp architectural frames—
echoed within designer Vera Wang’s structural
fall 2013 RTW collection—take center stage in
home accents and fashion accessories. Black’s
sleek persona continues to evolve, and this time
around, it’s seriously amped up, punctuated
with rich golds and brass finishes.
The Rallye Collection,
priced from $425;
hermes.com
Vicente Wolf Candle,
$75; vicentewolf.com
Hex Link Pendant,
$11,500; nosanchuk.com
Aria Chair by
Paul Mathieu,
price available
upon request;
ralphpucci.net
Jewel Side Table, price
available upon request;
magnihomecollection.com
Briggs Collection, $496;
rockymountainhardware.com
Vera Wang, Fall 2013
RTW; verawang.com
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hunt
Conjuring a woodsy, outdoor sensibility, hunter
green has manifested into the neutral tone this
fall. Projecting a masculine air, the inky-green
hue marked its territory this season, effort-
lessly migrating from high-fashion threads to
luxury décor. Te powerful shade coyly made
its way into Marc Jacobs’ fall 2013 line, and
has morphed into becoming the sartorial shade
du jour. With the interiors world bewitched
by its boldness and the fashion devout falling
for its luster, hunter green has emerged as
the venerable go-to color.
Piece Tsavorite
Pyramid Ring,
$8,800; mimiso.com
Upholstered Venus
Chair, $11,700;
soane.com
Serpenti Bag in Emerald,
Bulgari, $2,950; bulgari.com
Edsel Ford’s 1934 Model 40 Special
Speedster, price available upon
request; fordhouse.org/speedster
Royan Damask Vine
& Hollyhock Block
Lemon/Aqua Fabrics,
price available upon
request; leejofa.com
Antique Marbled
Bottles, priced from
$48; jaysonhome.com
Rochillon Chandelier in Custom
Color, price available upon
request; jonathanbrowninginc.com
Marc Jacobs, Fall 2013
RTW; marcjacobs.com
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A color known for its regal reputation and
ability to play well with others, it comes as
no surprise that purple has captured the
attention of both the fashion and design
worlds. From full-bodied plum to resplendent
amethyst, these sumptuous tones have deeply
imbued the latest home collections met only
by their sultry fashion counterparts, depicted
here through the meticulous fall 2013 RTW
collection of couture newcomer, and one to
watch, Maxime Simoëns.
Garendon in Breche,
$24,000; jamblimited.com
Round Twisted
Vase in Amethyst,
$566; seguso.com
AVF Charm Bowl, $388; avfhome.com
Sofa Viena, $18,829;
baltuscollection.com
Alana Bar by Brett Design, price
available upon request; profilesny.com
Rubellite and Amethyst Cufflinks in
18-karat gold, $2,150; goshwara.com
Amethyst Star, $28,000;
charlesspadaantiques.com
Maxime Simoëns, Fall 2013
RTW; maximesimoens.com
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When designer Cédric Ragot conceives an interior accent, such as this
ombré rug he created for French atelier Roche Bobois, he perpetually
aims to conjure a link between the functional and the conceptual.
“Ponyo was actually one of my first forays into the art of rug design,”
says Ragot, adding that he “endeavored to invite a harmonious blend
of tones, which in turn, serve to warm up a room.” Featured here in
a raspberry-centric scheme, the artfully devised floorcovering is hand-
woven from sumptuous New Zealand wool.
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SHADE
SHI FTER
COMPANY Roche Bobois | RETAIL $4,456 | INFO roche-bobois.com
“Playing with both
ends of the color
spectrum is tricky, but
this rug shows it can
be done flawlessly. I
love the 3-D illusion
depicted through the
vibrant hues.”
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M I A M I S T O O L
HIDE AND SEEK
COMPANY Kyle Bunting | RETAIL price available upon request | INFO kylebunting.com
Tis season, Kyle Bunting’s effervescent hide-on-hair pattern work
collides with South Florida design studio Britto Charette’s penchant
for Art Deco architecture. Te result is this hourglass stool, which
marks the duo’s first venture into the home accessories arena. “I
like this piece as a single side table, but it works best when used
in multiples,” says Bunting. “Te juxtaposition of the warm and
tactile hide against the opaque base’s smooth silhouette is nearly
the perfect combination of materials and surfaces.”
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“This stool’s concentric
circles remind us of
an age-old tree trunk.
Overall, we adore the
clean look, especially
after a recent trip to
Japan where home
décor is pared down
and streamlined.”
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S O R E N T H I A L I G H T F I X T U R E
OCEAN LI NER
COMPANY Studio Dunn | RETAIL price available upon request | INFO studiodunn.com
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Rhode Island-based designer Asher
Dunn turned to the marvels of the ocean
to find his muse. “I was intrigued by the
crystalline nature of sea kelp when seen
below the surface of water,” says Dunn,
who took a cue from the arresting quality of
light shining through the plant. Merging
this organic component—by virtue of
adjustable arms—with an industrial blend
of steel and brass, Dunn introduces a
luminous product destined to shine.
“This fixture is very
light and open yet
geometric in nature.
The brass detailing
is sophisticated and
chic; definitely the
type of statement
piece I would install
in my living room.”
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FEMI NI NE TOUCH. LOEFFLERRANDALL.COM
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COMPANY Molteni&C | RETAIL price available upon request | INFO molteni.it
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“Creating modern yet
timeless pieces is the
epitome of quality
design. This chest
resonates with my
aesthetic as the use
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I TALI AN DESI GNER I PPOLI TA ROSTAGNO HAS BEEN
TRANSFORMI NG THE FI NE J EWELRY REALM WI TH HER
STUNNING PIECES MADE FOR DAILY WEAR. IPPOLITA.COM
SPOTLI GHT PROJ ECT RUNWAY
In the early 1950s, celebrated Italian architect and furniture visionary
Gio Ponti experimented with several models of this exquisite case
good. Designated with the simple moniker Chest of Drawers, the
time-honored design far exceeds its humble name. Bestowed with
a robust elmwood body and an ivory-finished front, the midcentury-
style piece is accented with handles in elm, Italian walnut, mahogany
and rosewood, all resting on lustrous brass feet.
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What may appear to be a straightforward yet luxuriously appointed
chair swathed in a graphite-hued velvet is anything but basic. Tis
plush beauty, a piece from the newly launched Luxury in Motion
collection by Edward Ferrell + Lewis Mittman, is also a fully functioning
recliner, silently extending at the push of a concealed upholstered
button. “Te graceful contours of this chair’s frame lend a sartorial
element,” says creative director Phillip Jeffries. Te jewelry-like Greek
key motif at its base is the finishing touch to this well-tailored piece.
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IN RECLINE
COMPANY Edward Ferrell + Lewis Mittman | RETAIL $4,850 | INFO ef-lm.com
“While linear in
form, this chair sits
in motion. Timeless
yet bold, I definitely
can envision it in the
bedroom of my Milan
apartment. The Greek
key detailing is an
added bonus.”
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FLIRTY DETAILING TO UNEXPECTED SILHOUETTES IN HIS
MOST RECENT COLLECTION, AS SEEN IN THE TEMIRA
BOOTIE. EDMUNDOCASTILLO.COM
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CREATIVE
CONTRAST
COMPANY Randolph & Hein | RETAIL $4,400 | INFO randolphhein.com
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“I’ve always loved
the marriage of black
and gold, and used
the combination
prevalently in my fall
2013 collection. This
piece’s material mix
and play on form are
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Tis chic side table from Los Angeles design studio Randolph
& Hein boasts a register of bold elements that would add a
glamorous panache to any living room setting. Inspired by the
arch of a wind-bent tree on the Southern California coastline,
its sinuous silhouette is endowed with a striking mélange
of ebonized maple juxtaposed with glossy Dutch metal,
manifesting an elevated design aesthetic and a distinctive éclat.
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I NSI DER HOT SPOTS
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MILE-HIGH FASHION
Each season, Karmen Berentsen
travels to New York, Los Angeles
and Paris to bring the latest
fashions to her Greenwood Village
store, A Line Boutique. Thanks
to a lineup of designers such as
Rag & Bone, Helmut Lang and
Tom Ford, the shop balances
edgy chic with classic sensibility.
Busy mom or fashionista, you
won’t be leaving empty-handed—
this is one guilty pleasure you don’t
want to pass up. aline-online.com
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BATH REVERIE
Your dream bathroom only
requires a visit to Denver’s
Waterworks showroom, which
caters to every design taste,
be it traditional or modern,
country French or Bauhaus. The
impeccable craftsmanship and
detail might just make your salle
de bain a favorite place in the
house. Keep an eye out for the
stone mosaic collection launching
this fall. waterworks.com
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WORLD CLASS
Once inside HW Home, you might
just want to set up permanent
residence—the store has three
locations, including Denver.
To find the eclectic goods that
outfit this award-winning retailer,
co-owner Ron Werner traverses
the globe. We love the smart
lines of the Good Wife Collection,
inspired by its namesake television
series, and the playful aesthetic
of Dwell Studio’s offerings.
hwhome.com
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STYLE CENTER
From semi-precious jewels and
luxurious cashmere Bindya
scarves to Fiorentini + Baker
booties, Two Sole Sisters is much
more than a shoe boutique.
Nestled between art galleries
and coffee shops on Pearl
Street in Boulder, this sister-
owned accessories hub is a
haven for women of all ages.
Better start making room in
your closet. twosolesisters.com
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ROYAL TREATMENT
The Romanesque marble arches
and gilded touches are just some
details of the Brown Palace Hotel
and Spa that awe. Denver’s 120-year-
old landmark has hosted highbrow
guests, including U.S. presidents
and The Beatles—book a signature
suite modeled after these famous
tourists. Don’t miss the artesian
spa soak from well water 750 feet
beneath the hotel. Oh, and grab a
homemade buttermilk scone, made
with the hotel’s own honey, before
you check out. brownpalace.com
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OPEN CONCEPT
Thanks to vast floor-to-ceiling
windows, natural light is abundant
at Rembrandt Yard, a contemporary
art gallery in downtown Boulder.
The 6,500-square-foot space spans
two floors and features original
works by local artists like Carol
Nelson, who specializes in geological
abstract paintings reflective of the
surrounding landscapes. You can
even plan your own fête for a night.
rembrandtyard.com
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SECRET RETREAT
The Outlook Lodge just outside
Colorado Springs combines rustic
charm with contemporary luxuries
(Malin + Goetz bath amenities, for
instance.) Each of the six exclusive
rooms are decorated with midcentury
touches and local art. For the ultimate
hideaway, reserve a deluxe suite
with bay window seating overlooking
the garden. After a day of hiking the
nearby trails, kick back around the
outdoor fire pit and count the stars.
outlookgmf.com
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BUCOLIC BEAUTY
When Debbie Dygert isn’t tending
to her horses, she is working in
her barn on artisanal soaps, among
other bath goodies. Ranch Organics
focuses on seasonal scents like
cedar wood, lavender, rose geranium
and sweet grass to share a bit of
nature beyond Elk River Valley. We’re
absolutely smitten with the creamy
goat milk soaps wrapped in ornate
handmade paper. Can’t visit the
ranch? Stop by an Anthropologie store
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PAPER TRAIL
A collection of note cards,
invitations, wrapping paper
and custom calligraphy rubber
stamps comprise my online
paper goods shop, Hello Love,
which also features original
illustrations of mine. My latest
project, Suitcase Love Note—
sweet and saucy declarations
of love—was inspired by a client
who commissioned me to design
40 “I Love You” notes to slip into
her husband’s suitcase. So
sweet! designsgirl.com
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The delicious coastal Mexican
dishes of Executive Chef Jamey
Fader and his team at Lola delight
the taste buds and senses. On a
weekend morning, there is nothing
better than the Sunday brunch
with my favorite order: green chili
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sweet potato chorizo hash along-
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I absolutely love this brand not
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BUNDLED UP
I’m drawn to natural materials
that exude an eclectic glamour.
Décor boutique L’Arrangement in
Castle Rock is filled with upscale
vintage jewelry, European antique
furnishings and the most exquisite
china, housewares and gifts. What
makes this a must-visit is the
flower boutique, where fresh flower
bouquets are made to order by
owner and designer Tasha Frye.
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I NTI MATE CONVERSATI ONS WI TH A SHOP OWNER TRADI NG
I N ECL ECTI C STYL E, A FI FTH- GENERATI ON WOODWORKER
AND AN ARTI ST WHO REFUSES TO PI CK J UST ONE MEDI UM.
design dialogue.
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“I’ve never collected just one thing,” says
Sara Bishop of her “super eclectic” style.
Her varied tastes are reflected in the
antiques, artwork and gift items offered
in her Boulder shop. Opposite: Bishop
admires the stylish mix designer Mary
McDonald achieves in her interiors.
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“We’re about being one-of-a-kind in Boulder,” Sara Bishop says of her shop,
Bishop, which at first glance might seem more Continental than Colorado.
“Everything here would fit just as beautifully in a lodge as it would in a stately
home. It’s Europe in the mountains.” Showcasing a carefully curated selection
of antiques, original artwork and gift items, the recently opened shop reflects
Bishop’s own personal aesthetic and approach. After years of traveling to far-
flung places, whether on an African safari with her husband or perusing the
Parisian markets, Bishop—who has a second home in Namibia—has honed
her collector’s eye and developed a passion for uncovering eclectic finds.
Tis passion is evident in the sophisticated and sometimes whimsical pieces,
ranging from carved Italian greyhounds to Alexandra Bradshaw watercolors
to 1940s chinoiserie chests, that mingle in the space. “I love beautiful things,”
explains Bishop, who operates her shop with colleagues Sam Wright and Tom
Carter. “Te history of each piece tells a story. Te better the story, the better
the piece starts to look.” bishopboulder.com; 303.444.2227
DESIGN ICON:
Mary McDonald. I love how she throws
together vintage with new pieces. Her
style is so much fun, and she sources
out her finds so beautifully.
INSIDE TIP:
When in doubt, open up a bottle
of Veuve Clicquot.
PERSONAL STYLE:
Te eclecticist, all the way. I love collecting
old pawned jewelry and wearing so much
turquoise that I can barely stand. If I’m not
wearing silk palazzo pants that I found
from a vintage shop, you’ll find me in
cowboy boots, jeans and a white tee.
I’M READING…
The English Patient, by Michael Ondaatje.
It’s my favorite of all time.
GO-TO HOST GIFT:
A Santa Maria Novella candle in the classic
Pot Pourri scent. It’s very rich with an essence
of lavender. Te scent is so intoxicating.
I ALWAYS CARRY…
My Rouge Allure Chanel lipstick. It’s called
Passion, and I buy them five at a time so I
can always find one when I’m in a hurry.
TRE ASURE HUNTER
SARA BI SHOP
Bishop buys multiples
of her favorite Rouge
Allure Chanel lipstick
so that she can always
find one in a pinch.
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“I always try to use techniques and methods
that will stand the test of time,” says Colorado
Springs furniture maker Geoffrey Keating.
Opposite: Keating finds inspiration in the
work of Wharton Esherick, whose handmade
desk is on display in his Pennsylvania
studio-turned-museum.
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Geoffrey Keating appreciates tradition—he comes from a family honored
with five generations of woodworkers. Yet, surprisingly, the owner of Keating
Woodworks only pursued the craft about seven years ago while studying
theology at Notre Dame. “I needed to do something with my hands,” he
says. “Instinctively, I turned to woodworking and became obsessed.” Now
operating his hobby-turned-profession out of an 1897 former grocer’s
building in Colorado Springs, Keating focuses on classic furniture designs
that have a contemporary feel. Take his spindle-back chairs, for instance,
which reinterpret the basic forms of the Windsor design to fit today’s
aesthetic. In crafting his pieces, Keating turns to traditional joinery methods
and, almost exclusively, walnut. Not only does he use sustainably harvested
and salvaged material, the furniture maker lets the organic nature of the
wood do the talking. “Te knots and cracks of each board are unique,” he
says. “So even when the design is the same, you’re bound to bring home
furniture with a distinct personality.” keatingwoodworks.com; 574.904.9392
I BECAME I NTERESTED I N
WOODWORKI NG BECAUSE…
Multiple generations on my mother’s side
of the family were woodworkers. They
specialized in country churches, and the old
black-and-white photographs of the churches
my ancestors built always inspired me.
DESIGN ICONS:
I appreciate the pieces of Wharton Esherick.
He was not afraid to experiment, and he
allowed the wood to do a lot of the work.
GREATEST INFLUENCE:
Old books fuel my imagination. Dickens
will have pages of detail describing the
nooks and crannies of a room.
FAVORITE DECORATING SOURCE:
InteriLife in Colorado Springs offers amazing
sustainable products. It’s a must-visit when
beginning any new home project.
I LOVE WHAT I DO BECAUSE…
It is so satisfying to see an idea that once
existed only in my head come to fruition.
WORDS OF WISDOM:
If you are going to fail, fail catastrophically.
Don’t do it by halves.
TRADI TI ONAL VAL UE S
GEOFFREY KEATI NG
Keating’s spindle-
back chair, made
with walnut, puts a
contemporary spin
on early American
chair forms.
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“My life thrives on diversity,” says Denver
artist Sabin Aell, pictured in front of a set
she designed for a collaborative performance
project called Ubuntu. unspoken trust. Opposite:
Aell’s Apropos installation combines antique
wooden foundry patterns with 1960s aerial
photographs on glass plates.
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“I’ve always been interested in things that have a sense of magic and that
transport you to a place of wonder,” Sabin Aell says. “For me, the easiest way
to express that feeling is through art and design.” A former graphic and multi-
media designer, the Austria-born Aell, who came to Denver to collaborate on
an art project when she met her future husband, uses vestiges of her past
careers as stepping-stones for her artwork. Describing her approach as
“playfully conceptual,” the artist says it’s her alternating focus and artistic
range that proves most integral to her theory. “My art has always been
multilayered, leaving room for interpretation,” she says. Working in an
array of mediums—from painting, sculpture, mixed-media and installation
to costume, set, lighting and jewelry design—Aell is inspired by color,
texture, imperfection and the hidden meaning behind things. “Te more
diversity in my work, the bigger the network of possibilities in my mind,”
explains the artist, who is represented by Walker Fine Art. “For me, this
is both challenging and exciting.” sabinaell.com; 720.309.1764
WHAT’S INSPIRING YOU NOW?
Mixing media and shifting focus is my
inspiration. I like to challenge myself with
the use of different media and materials.
CURRENT PROJECTS:
I’m about to start work on a solo show
for Walker Fine Art in November. It will
focus on resin mixed-media pieces and a
sculptural video installation. My brain is
working intensely on it already.
DREAM DINNER PARTY GUESTS:
Jack White, Nick Cave (the musician),
Nick Cave (the artist), Leonardo Drew,
Vivienne Westwood and Jim Jarmusch.
FAVORITES:
Hotel: Hotel Fox in Copenhagen, which
was designed by 21 international artists
for the launch of the Volkswagen Fox. As
a guest, you can carry the art even further
with your own creative interpretation of
it. Clothing: Rodarte’s fashion reminds
me of walking through a Botticelli painting
transfigured into the 21
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GO-TO HOST GIFT:
My favorite dessert, mousse au chocolat.
S HI F TI NG FOCUS
SABI N AELL
When it comes to fashion, Aell is
partial to the fantastical creations
of the avant-garde label Rodarte.
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kitchen + bath
open-minded.
RUSTIC AND CHARMING. GLAMOROUS AND SLEEK. NO MATTER
THE STYLE, THESE TWO ALLURING SPACES PROVE THAT DESIGN
I S MOST AUTHENTI C WHEN I T PERFECTLY REFLECTS I TS OWNER.
WRI TTEN AND PRODUCED BY ARLYN HERNANDEZ
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IN THIS CONNECTICUT HOME, THE MARRIAGE OF NATURAL LIGHT,
AN OPEN L AYOUT AND A PERFECTL Y DI SPL AYED TABL EWARE
COLLECTI ON MAKES FOR A NOSTALGI A- I NDUCI NG KI TCHEN.
HOME PLATE
S
etting out to renovate the kitchen of their cottage-style home in
New Canaan, Connecticut, a couple didn’t have to search too far
for their muse. With Dutch and Belgian heritages, respectively,
the husband and wife instinctively harked back to the enchanting
aesthetics for which their native lands are revered. “We wanted to make sure
that we retained a very cozy, vintage European vibe, like that of an old bakery,
for instance,” homeowner and designer Tessa Neleman-Pimontel explains.
Another check off their wish list was to keep the space open (notice the pared
down cabinetry; the simple ceramic subway tiling by the Bertazonni hood
and stove; uninterrupted counter space), organized and flooded with light
while retaining a sense of genuineness. “Tis kitchen adds an instant feeling
of authenticity to our home,” she says. “It works out well as an open space
where my husband, Hans, and I naturally gather with our kids to share
time together. Every afternoon, the low-setting sun pours in, which adds
to the whole mood we were aiming to capture.”
We were lucky to find the elements
needed to achieve the style we had in
mind all along of European elegance
with an artistic bohemian flair.
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Opting for limited upper cabinetry, the Nelemans had to search
for alternative answers to de rigueur storage questions. “Te idea
of the hutch was always in our minds, but it only came to fruition
after we found the right pieces,” Tessa notes. “Nearing the final
stages of the renovation, we took a trip to Mexico. We knew what
we were looking for, but were very surprised when we found it in
an old hardware store. We fell in love with the huge hutch and
bought it right there and then.” To balance the rustic nature of the
towering case, the homeowners kept it simple. “We like white as
a base, but there are many touches of Delft and even Guatemalan
earthenware in the mix. Te key is to make sure that whatever is
visible is positioned well (handles all turned the same direction,
everything evenly spaced) and to edit, edit, edit. Keep only what
you really need and use often.” For additional visual variety, they
encircled the antique Swedish farm table with steel bistro chairs
from Vagabond Vintage in Atlanta.
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hen a designer approaches a master bath-
room suite with two specific inspirations in
mind—the Ritz Paris (pre-renovation) and
Carrie Bradshaw’s closet from the original
Sex and the City movie—the result is destined to be laden with glitz
and theatricality. Such is the case for this opulent space that Estee
Stanley dreamt up for a Beverly Hills client. “I wanted to make
sure that my client used every square inch of her home, and that
each space met her needs and represented who she was,” Stanley
says. Te resulting bathroom is a study in simple elegance, and the
impact of letting just a few statement pieces have their moment
in the spotlight: a sinuous freestanding Waterworks tub entices a
leisurely soak; dreamy draperies in a blush tone coyly flirt with a
coquettish portrait of Marilyn Monroe; two-tone marble floors
are striking yet feel as if they’ve always been there; and finally,
the crown jewel of the room, a polyhedron chandelier Stanley
sourced from JF Chen in Los Angeles that would get the most
pragmatic person’s pulse racing.
A LOS ANGELES DESI GNER PLUCKS HER STYLE CUES
FROM THE SI LVER SCREEN, RESULTI NG I N A DRAMATI C
BATHROOM AND CLOSET SUI TE TAI LORED TO SHI NE.
SCENE STEALER
A luxurious bathroom always
needs enough room for two people
and beautiful materials such as
marble and stone. It should feel as
if you’re in a grand hotel.


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CLOTHES QUARTERS
What’s a designer to do when a client’s existing closet space simply
isn’t sufficient for their wardrobe? Well, you relocate the master
bedroom and transform the remaining space into a dressing room
fit for a Rodeo Drive boutique, of course. “I like to think of closets
as a fun playroom for women, so I try to make them big enough
where you can have friends come over, hang out and play dress up,”
Stanley says. “Tis typically calls for a seating area.” Te designer
brought in a custom chaise that offers her client (and her client’s
fortunate guests) a place to sit and ponder the day’s sartorial decisions,
while an antique rug from Lawrence of La Brea complements sleek
custom cabinetry. “Tis is one of my favorite designs I’ve done,”
Stanley says. “It’s every woman’s dream.”
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IN THE DETAILS
THE DI FFERENCE BETWEEN A GOOD SPACE AND A
GREAT ONE I S THE RI GHT TOOL S. THESE PRODUCT
PICKS ARE SURE TO AMP UP YOUR KITCHEN AND BATH.
1) PuraVida 120-Air 1-Jet Handshower, Hansgrohe, $128; hansgrohe-usa.com. 2) Steel Polyhedron Pendant Medium, Restoration Hardware, $595; restorationhardware.com. 3) Emmy
Small Tray, Arteriors, $370; arteriors.com. 4) Asscher Soap Dispenser, Waterworks, $90; waterworks.com. 5) Diva Stool by Azadeh Shladovsky, price upon request; jeandemerry.com. 6)
Telangana Patterned Bone Boxes, $155 for set; zhush.com. 7) Gelsomino Nobile Leather Purse Spray, Acqua di Parma, $153; bloomingdales.com. 8) Luxury Beech Wood Bath Brush, Kent
Brushes, $80; westcoastshaving.com 9) Iris Bench, Rose Tarlow Melrose House, $5,880; rosetarlowmelrosehouse.com. 10) Celine Bathtub, $12,296, Devon&Devon; devon-devon.com.
11) Stonegate Robe Hook, price upon request, Baldwin Hardware; baldwinhardware.com. 12) Round Thermostatic Trim Plate with Handle in Antique Brass Finish, Newport Brass, price upon
request; newportbrass.com. 13) Mediterranean Bath Sheets, Coyuchi, $76; coyuchi.com. 14) Un Air De Diptyque Electronic Diffuser, Diptyque, $350; diptyqueparis.com.
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1) The Vegetable Garden, Taschen, $59.99; taschen.com. 2) Cutting Board, Droptine Woodworks, price upon request; droptinewoodworks.com. 3) Blown Glass and Ceramic Mortar/
Pestle, A.J Metissage, $105; aj-metissage.com. 4) Ovopur - Acrylic Base, Aquavovo, $729; shophorne.com. 5) Skeleton Key Cork Screw, Carl Aubock, $595; barneys.com. 6) Classic
Blend, Sel Magique, $23; selmagique.com. 7) Constance Metal Dining Chairs, Ballard Designs, $449 for two; ballarddesigns.com. 8) Vanilla Beans, Nielsen-Massey, $9.95; williams-
sonoma.com. 9) Villa OG128 in Light Green and Burnished Brass, Officine Gullo, $21,326; officinegullousa.com. 10) Horn Servers, Jayson Home, $58; jaysonhome.com. 11) Wide Mouth
Urn, Frances Palmer Pottery, $995; deringhall.com. 12) ZB500E52 Infinity Slow Juicer, Krups, $349; krups.com. 13) Marbella Horn Place Setting, Barneys New York, $468; barneys.com.
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MALIBU HOMES, INC.
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CENTENNIAL, CO 80112
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www.malibuhomescolorado.com
Owner Glen Zahorka is refreshingly authentic. Clients appreciate his
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with accurate budget forecasts and cost-effective procedures.
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his clients so that their homes become a perfect refection of their life.”
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reincarnates oak barrels and staves into beautifully functional
furniture and mirrors with a unique history.
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Bev Adams, CMKBD
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WAL L PAPER MAKES A BI G COMEBACK THI S SEASON WI TH STRI KI NG
GEOMETRI CS, PAI NTERL Y ABSTRACTS AND EMBEL L I SHED EL EMENTS.
WE DARED THREE DESI GN GURUS TO GI VE US THEI R CREATI VE TAKE.
WRI TTEN AND PRODUCED BY CARA LONG
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MAGI C, CREATI NG A GRAPHI C GAL L ERY WAL L WI TH PAPERS
ENVI SI ONED AS WORKS OF ART.
Los Angeles designer and one half of Harbinger LA, Joe Lucas created
an entryway to remember using the sleekest fall wallcoverings. A
“sucker for a salon-style wall,” Lucas began his dynamic scene with
artist Sharon Lee’s debut line as his anchor. “Te chic gray-and-saffron
combo of Lee’s Chrysanthemum design caught my eye instantly,”
he says. Building from there, Lucas approached many of the papers
as he would art. “Kelly Wearstler’s provocative new Crescent design
is a recent obsession, so it needed to be framed. And the sculptural
Weitzner paper lent itself to being floated in an acrylic box, earning
the focal point position in the space.” From a Holland & Sherry-clad
flowerpot and a Wearstler-wrapped lampshade to an Innovations-
upholstered stool, Lucas reveals that wallpaper knows no boundaries.
Clockwise from top right: Channels in Ebony/Ivory, Groundworks;
leejofa.com. Studs & Stripes in Yellow on Graphite Manila Hemp;
phillipjeffries.com. Groove-V Out of Sight Type II Vinyl in Green-eyed
Monster; mayaromanoff.com. Troubadour in Metallic on Peacock
Blue; thibautdesign.com. Opposite, clockwise from bottom
left: Lochwood by Nina Campbell; osborneandlittle.com.
Chrysanthemum in French Grey, Sharon Lee Studio; harbingerla.com.
Kyle SX7775; yorkwall.com. Crescent in Ebony/Gold and Feline
in Grey/Black, Groundworks; leejofa.com. Vinyl Mirror Mirror in
Bronze Beauty; phillipjeffries.com. Cumulus in Coconut Shell;
weitznerlimited.com. Arabesque in Chartreuse, Crezana Design;
johnrosselliassociates.com. Mockado WP1027, Grenfell WP1040
and Grenfell WP1042, Holland & Sherry; harbingerla.com. St.
Tropez in Nickele; innovationsusa.com.
“There are so many
incredible collections out
there now that it’s becoming
increasingly difcult to not
wallpaper every inch of each
project, and I couldn’t be
happier for this material’s
intrepid comeback.”
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BURST OUT
WI TH AN ARTFUL TOUCH OF WHI MSY, DESI GN CONSUL TANT
SARA RUFFI N COSTEL L O CONSTRUCTED A DREAMY SUNBURST
I NSPI RED BY THE L ATEST I N WAL L PAPER.
Naturally lured by wallcoverings that possess an assured straight-lined
disposition, interiors devotee Sara Ruffin Costello unexpectedly
found herself swept away by the season’s more abstract offerings.
“I was drawn to patterns that appear out of focus; especially those
peachy, warm tones,” she explains. “Tey feel less expectant than
chevron or stripes (which I love) that continue to pop up each
year.” After reveling in a veritable trove of papers, Costello sought
to create a sunburst, turning to London-based moldings manufac-
turer Solomon & Wu for a bit of architectural encouragement.
“Te plaster moldings were a structured counterbalance to the
loose, dreamy quality of the papers, and the dynamic sunburst
shape has an artistic character to it, like a patterned color wheel.”
Clockwise from top left: Nymphaea MET 60095;
wolfgordon.com. Heze 002; troveline.com. Saraille in Grape;
designersguild.com. Vapour in Cloud; designtex.com.
Contemporary II 69/1103; cole-and-son.com. Opposite,
clockwise from top left: Eden in Verbena; romoblack.
com. Nicchie 97/11035; cole-and-son.com. Cloud
Petals in Pale Pink; brettdesignwallpaper.com. Kew in
Amaranth; romoblack.com. Akita Vinyl in Mitsu Smoke;
zoffany.com. 26-22106, Carl Robinson thru Sonia’s
Place; 212.355.5211. Demeter Stripe in Tumeris/Pebble/
Magenta, Harlequin; zoffany.com. Moldings: Linear
Architrave; solomonandwu.com
“There are no rules when
it comes to wallpaper.
It’s intuitive. When using
a lot of papers, I strive
for a strong whole-house
narrative, picking up
colors and themes from
room to room.”
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CASE STUDY
GEOMETRI CS AND BOL D PRI NTS WERE THE DRI VI NG FORCE
BEHI ND THI S SOPHI STI CATEDLY CLAD BOOKCASE ORNAMENTED
BY I NTERI OR DESI GNER PHI LI P GORRI VAN.
“Tere is so much to be excited about when it comes to wallpaper,”
exclaims New York-based interior designer Philip Gorrivan, who’s
heralded his longstanding love affair with the material through-
out his design career. His studious composition began with an
unadorned bookcase that, according to the designer, left much
to be desired. Presented with the latest lines, Gorrivan cloaked
the back of the shelves with a subtle yet striking Farrow & Ball
stripe and developed groupings of covered books in stylized
vignettes, each layer telling its own story. “Dedar’s new boldly
hued geometrics alongside Clarke & Clarke’s punchy floral patterns
provided instant inspiration for my Manhattan bookcase-scape.”
Clockwise from top: Bookcase lining, Lattice BP 3503;
farrow-ball.com. George in Grey; jonathanadler.com.
Birds; kremelife.com. Jackson in Indigo; romoblack.com.
Flower in Japhet; wolfgordon.com. Opposite:
Bookshelves, top to bottom, left: Wow Indigo; dedar.com.
Lattice BP 3505; farrow-ball.com. Floribunda
in Magenta; clarke-clarke.com. Lattice BP 3502;
farrow-ball.com. Bookshelves, top to bottom, right:
Papillion in Chartreuse; clarke-clarke.com. Ray Cedre
and Wow Sabbia; dedar.com. Bookshelf doors: Madras
in Shanti, Crezana Design; johnrosselliassociates.com.
Book on table: Soho Square in Sand, Crezana Design;
johnrosselliassociates.com.
“I tend to gravitate toward
geometrics or patterns that
aren’t so directional. I love
products that are fearlessly
gutsy. It’s fun to create a
little tension in a space by
introducing a wallpaper
that appears to completely
break all the rules.”
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The May 2013 Luncheon by Design at the Denver Art Museum featured the acclaimed New York
interior designer and author, Eric Cohler. Over 300 beautifully dressed guests took note as
Mr. Cohler shared insight into his work and signature style in a lively presentation titled,
“A Collector on Collecting”. Mr. Cohler was also on hand to sign guest’s copies of his new
book, Cohler on Design. The Design Council of the Denver Art Museum was pleased to have
partnered with Kravet and Luxe Interiors + Design on this uniquely fashionable event benefitting
the Museum’s Department of Architecture, Design & Graphics.

The evening prior, an intimate group of patrons enjoyed an unforgettable evening honoring
Mr. Cohler at Tom Shane’s elegant Polo Grounds home and dined on exceptional food provided
by Shanahan’s Steakhouse.

A wonderful time was had by all thanks to Mr. Cohler, our generous sponsors, and guests.
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The May 2013 Luncheon by Design at the Denver Art Museum featured the acclaimed New York
interior designer and author, Eric Cohler. Over 300 beautifully dressed guests took note as
Mr. Cohler shared insight into his work and signature style in a lively presentation titled,
“A Collector on Collecting”. Mr. Cohler was also on hand to sign guest’s copies of his new
book, Cohler on Design. The Design Council of the Denver Art Museum was pleased to have
partnered with Kravet and Luxe Interiors + Design on this uniquely fashionable event benefitting
the Museum’s Department of Architecture, Design & Graphics.

The evening prior, an intimate group of patrons enjoyed an unforgettable evening honoring
Mr. Cohler at Tom Shane’s elegant Polo Grounds home and dined on exceptional food provided
by Shanahan’s Steakhouse.

A wonderful time was had by all thanks to Mr. Cohler, our generous sponsors, and guests.
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with Eric Cohler
LUNCHEON by DESIGN
PRESENTING SPONSORS
MAJOR SPONSORS
TABLE SPONSORS
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backed by creative marketing strategies, and most of all, patience and perseverance.
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VESTI BUL E, ENTRY AND L ANDI NG
You only get one chance to make a first impression are words Mary Knape and
Kelly Zibell took to heart when designing the house’s highly visible vestibule,
entry and landing. “All the rooms flow off of these spaces, so it was a huge
responsibility to set the right tone,” says Knape. “We selected a soft color
palette so our spaces wouldn’t fight with any of the adjoining rooms.”
In the tiny anteroom, the designers placed a mirrored chest of drawers
against a wall they painted sea-foam green to greet visitors before they
glimpse the formal entry and its grass-cloth walls. A red mahogany console
with a gold-leaf accent glimmers, and a classic diamond-patterned wool runner
beckons guests to the landing. Upstairs, an oversize painting, selected by
the show house’s art curator Ann Benson Reidy, hangs above a console on
one wall, while a bench upholstered with a leopard velvet contrasts with
the geometric wallcovering of another. “Te bench is so traditional we felt
we could introduce something edgy to punctuate the space,” Zibell says.
Artwork: Robischon Gallery and Carmen Wiedenhoeft Gallery; curated by Ann Benson
Reidy. Bench: David Francis Furniture from Moda Antica. Entry console: Edward Ferrell +
Lewis Mittman from Town. Landing chandelier: Dessin Fournir from Kneedler-Fauchère.
Landing console: Maxine Snider from Town. Mirrored chest: John-Richard from C.A.I.
Designs. Paint: Benjamin Moore. Runner: Aztec Custom Rug & Carpet Service. Vestibule
lamp: Port 68 from C.A.I. Designs. Wallcovering: Romo from Town.
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TONY TORRES
FAMI LY ROOM
In the typical American family room, the television is a focal point; so
rather than hide it, designer Tony Torres embraced it. “I put the flat
screen in full view and balanced it with a mahogany console lined with
beautiful accessories,” says Torres. “When the television is turned off,
your eye goes to the candlesticks, and you don’t even notice it’s there.” A
sectional upholstered with a stain-resistant cotton-rayon-polyester fabric
provides the requisite spot for lounging, and a pair of curved chrome-
and-leather chairs rounds out the seating area. Measured splashes of
mustard—“It had to be the right tone of curry,” says Torres—offset the
gray walls, and a playful mix of pillows covered with dot, chevron and
plaid patterns keeps things casual. Believing every room should have a
connection to nature, Torres introduced a coffee table fashioned from a
200-year-old slab of acacia and a pouf featuring individual felt cutouts
that mirror the leaf accents in the drapes.
Coffee table, floor lamp and table lamp: C.A.I. Designs. Drapery and custom
pillows: The Denver Drapery Company. Drapery fabric: Pindler & Pindler Inc.
from Hoff Miller. Pouf, wood-and-iron end table and chevron pillows: Castles
Home Decor. Sectional and chrome-and-leather chairs: Lexington Home
Brands. TV console: Cameron Collection from Town.
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ASHL EY CAMPBEL L & SONJ A DREYER
DI NI NG ROOM
In the formal dining room, designers Ashley Campbell and Sonja Dreyer
let the existing leaded glass windows and a pair of sconces—aptly named
Candlelight 21st Century—set the modern-meets-classic direction. To
underscore that tone, the duo toyed with wrapping the expansive room
with a hand-painted wallcovering, but thought it might be overwhelming.
“So we put it on the ceiling, instead,” says Campbell, who echoed the
pattern’s reflective geometric quality with a large hanging drum shade
featuring a similar motif. “It was just the wow factor the space needed,
and it tied in perfectly with the pattern in the leaded glass windows.” Te
room’s commodious dimensions also dictated the scale of the furnishings
and the decision to go with fewer larger pieces rather than run the risk
of overfurnishing. A sextet of handsome charcoal velvet-covered chairs,
finished with nail heads to delineate their tailored form, surrounds a
custom 84-inch round table crowned with a Caesarstone top.
Ceiling wallcovering: Maya Romanoff. Ceiling wallcovering installation: Rocky
Mountain Custom Walls Inc. Chairs: Hickory Chair. Drum shade and sconces:
Fine Art Lamps. Paint: Benjamin Moore. Planter and artwork: John Brooks, Inc.
Table Base: Vanguard Furniture. Tabletop: Caesarstone. Rug: Prestige Mills from
Floor Coverings By CPA.
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MARVI N WI L KI NSON
L I VI NG ROOM
“Te room is very reflective of today’s lifestyle and the architecture that
surrounds it,” says designer Marvin Wilkinson of John Brooks Studio,
who worked with Ben Menke and Jennifer DeBroske-Lee to create a formal
living room that honors both its 1920s history and contemporary life.
“It’s sophisticated yet comfortable.” Taking a layered approach to the
space, the designers chose a timeless sofa upholstered with alpaca velvet
and a pair of wood-frame lounge chairs—“Tey could be circa 1952 or
present day,” says Menke—to establish the first tier. Next, a silk-abaca
blend wallcovering, wool sateen drapes and a silk rug define the textural
layer. “Silk has been around forever, but the abstract pattern on the rug
makes it current,” says DeBroske-Lee. Color arrives in the form of Fortuny
drapery trim in a subtle orange shade and upholstered silk-velvet benches
sporting an antique gold hue. Meanwhile, the crystal chandelier recalls
the room’s roots. “We chose pieces that reflect a sparkle of beauty on
their own, but still work with others,” Wilkinson adds.
Bench fabric: Bergamo Fabrics. Buffet: Jasper.
Chandelier and coffee table: Dennis & Leen.
Console table and benches: Paul Ferrante.
Lounge chair fabric: Castel. Lounge chairs:
Michael Berman Limited. Mirror: Jasper. Rug
and drapery fabric: Holland & Sherry. Side
tables and table lamps: Rose Tarlow Melrose
House. Sofa: JJ Custom. Sofa fabric: Mokum.
Wallcovering: Weitzner Limited. All items,
including artwork, from John Brooks, Inc.
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BETH ARMI J O
BREAKFAST NOOK
To create a family-friendly breakfast nook distinguished from the formal
feel of the rest of the house, designer Beth Armijo determined a casual
upholstered banquette was the perfect solution. Working with the show
house’s architect, Steve Ekman, she used the home’s existing moldings as a
reference for the paneling of the corner built-in. She then had a wide-plank
oak trestle table custom made to stand up to the rigor of daily life and
chose a pair of low-slung chairs, sporting a colorful stripe, to provide extra
seating. “You have to walk through this space to get from the kitchen to the
family room, so I wanted the chairs to have some presence without going
overboard,” says Armijo, who covered the seats with the same washable
vinyl as the banquette’s cushion. “Te stripes lighten up the space and
add a fun punch.” Te delicate silver trellis pattern of the hand-printed
fabric she used to upholster the walls further integrates the room with
the architecture, while a hand-blown glass chandelier “doesn’t detract
from the upholstered wall,” she notes, “but still holds its weight.”
Artwork: Evan Anderman Photography; curated by Ann Benson Reidy. Banquette
fabrication: DC Upholstery & Design Workshop. Banquette fabrics: Kravet and
Osborne & Little from Shanahan Collection. Chair fabrics: Harlequin (stripe)
and Osborne & Little. Chairs: Kravet. Chandelier: Bella Figura from Shanahan
Collection. Table: Jed Fritz. Wallcovering fabric: Studio Bon from Schumacher.
Wallcovering installation: Leech Design.
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KATI E WOL FE AGRON
BOY’ S BEDROOM
“Every child’s room should be a little messy, and mixing patterns is one
way to create a casual effect,” says designer Katie Wolfe Agron, who didn’t
hesitate to build the boy’s room around a brown-and-white toile fabric she
used on the bed skirt and pillows. “It’s a very outdoorsy print with bears
and evergreens, but it’s also abstract and a bit more sophisticated.” From
there she added a plaid tent—“the perfect indoor getaway”—and designed
clean-lined drapes, which she topped with a square valance to make an
architectural statement. A painted abstract polka dot wainscot caps things
off. “I like all my rooms to have a bit of pop or jazz, and that wainscot made
all the difference,” says Wolfe, who collaborated with Molly Simons, her
partner in the shop MK Style, on accessories such as the row of wall hooks
for displaying clothing. “It can be a dress-up area or a place for Mom to lay
out a week’s worth of outfits,” she says.
Artwork: Evan Anderman Photography; curated
by Ann Benson Reidy. Baskets: Pottery Barn. Bed
skirt and pillow fabric: Clarence House. Clothing:
Black Kite. Drapery fabric: Maxwell Fabrics.
Drapery trim: Samuel & Sons Passementerie.
Duvet cover, lamp, vintage wicker chairs and
chandelier: MK Style. Plaid tent fabric: Pindler
& Pindler Inc. Rug: Authentic Persian & Oriental
Rugs. Side table: Woodbridge Furniture Co.
Wainscot mural: Miss Lindsey.
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GI RL’ S BEDROOM
“We wanted to be mindful of the architecture of the house while introducing
some unexpected elements to this room to make it more enticing and
eclectic,” says Kristina Sterling, who designed the girl’s bedroom with
Petra Richards. Te duo made the decision to pair a traditional canopy
bed and crystal chandelier with hand-printed coffee bean wallpaper
and dramatic black-and-white zigzag draperies. Despite its designation
as a feminine space, the designers decided the room should also be
sophisticated enough to work as a guest room, while still maintaining a
sense of fun and whimsy. “Combining a custom rose-colored duvet with
contemporary art and a trio of Italian glass lamps gives it a playful feel,”
says Richards, who also envisioned the room as a transitional space that
could take its occupant from girlhood through her teenage years. Central
to that idea is a bronze statue that seems to gaze into the gardens. “She’s
a wistful, romantic figure that transcends age,” says Sterling.
Bed, commode, console and chair: Niermann
Weeks. Chair fabric: Manuel Canovas.
Chandelier: Minton-Spidell. Statue: Corbin
Bronze. All from Egg & Dart, Ltd. Artwork:
John Brooks, Inc. and Abend Gallery Fine Art.
Bed cover fabric: Schumacher. Drapery fabric:
Clarence House from Kneedler-Fauchère.
Lamps: Porta Romana from John Brooks, Inc.
Rug: Floor Coverings By CPA. Wallcovering:
Studio Printworks. Wallcovering installation:
Turner & Schmied.
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MI KAL OTTEN
KI TCHEN
“I wanted there to be a dramatic feature that would invite you in,”
Mikal Otten of Exquisite Kitchen Design says about the space, which
he completely remodeled to include a prominent steel stove hood with
an antique finish. “Now your eye goes right from those beautiful glass
pendants to that hood.” Otten scooped the edge of the custom design for
drama and chose its material so it would be harmonious with the 1920s
architecture. He then rimmed the kitchen’s perimeter with hand-glazed
white cabinets with inset doors, also typical of the era, and dressed them
with polished-nickel hardware. For the central marble-topped island,
Otten—who collaborated with designer Beth Armijo on selecting the
accessories and finishes, such as the ceramic tile floor, light fixtures and
paint color—chose a dark walnut to lend an anchoring presence to the
room. “It gives the island a furniture look,” says Otten. “I also added
three-piece moldings to the cabinets that reach the ceiling and make the
room look like it was always there.”
Backsplash tile, pot filler and island faucet:
Waterworks. Butcher block: The Grothouse
Lumber Company. Cabinetry fabrication:
Quality Custom Cabinetry Inc. Cabinetry
hardware: Merit. Countertop and stone sink
fabrication: Custom Edge Marble & Granite.
Faucet: Waterstone. Floor tile: Capco Tile &
Stone. Pendants: Bloom by Anuschka. Range:
Wolf from Roth. Stools: DC Upholstery &
Design Workshop. Stool fabric: Osborne & Little.
Stove hood fabrication: Raw Urth Designs.
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ANDREA MONATH SCHUMACHER
MASTER BEDROOM
With the Denver Botanic Gardens right next door, designer Andrea
Monath Schumacher, working with project manager Shadie Copeland,
couldn’t resist bringing the beauty and serenity of the gardens into the
master bedroom. “You look right through those draperies out to the trees,”
Schumacher says of draperies made from spring-green fabric dotted with
images of tiny blue birds. Other ornithological references abound, from the
enlarged print of a classic Audubon image to the watercolor-like bird motif
on the linen pillow shams to an ibis lamp that playfully peeks its head over
the top of its shade. “A little sense of humor is always important, but so is
introducing an unexpected element,” says Schumacher, who juxtaposed a
traditional four-poster with a bold orange hue. “When you alter an iconic
form in a way that makes it modern, that’s true design.” For continuity,
the designer pulled a hint of green into the adjacent bathroom with a rug
fashioned from recycled saris.
Artwork in bathroom: William Havu Gallery. Bed, ceiling and wall paint: Benjamin
Moore. Bed refinishing: DC Upholstery & Design Workshop. Colorful pillow sham
fabric: Rodolph from Egg & Dart, Ltd. Drapery fabric: Lulu DK from John Brooks,
Inc. Ibis lamp: Cyan Design. Round side table: Hickory Chair from Hoff Miller.
Sofa: Brownstone Furniture from Town. Wooden chest and armchair: Priddy’s
Auction Galleries. Towels and bathroom accessories styled by Waterworks.
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DEVON TOBI N & MI RANDA CUL L EN
MOTHER’ S OFFI CE
On the hunt to find a perfect centerpiece for the mother’s office, designers
Devon Tobin and Miranda Cullen of Duet Design Group hit pay dirt at
A Paris Street Market in Littleton with an original 1930s settee, whose
inherent beauty was hidden under layers of cracking black paint. “All we
saw when we looked at it was a beautiful shape and an opportunity to
bring something great back to life,” says Tobin, who along with Cullen,
transformed the piece with a silver-leaf finish and a bright graphic floral
fabric. Te designers then flanked the settee with reclaimed-wood shelves
filled with mercury glass, antique silver and other metal-toned accessories
to complement the gray hue they chose for the walls. In lieu of a coffee
table, the duo opted for a pair of embossed-leather and antique-brass side
tables to fit the scale of the room and added a modern accent with a bold
grid-patterned rug. In the room’s entry alcove, a floral print wallcovering
is both “unexpected and transformational,” says Tobin.
Bookcases: Dovetail. Desk: McGuire. Side tables: Pearson. Wallcovering and
drapery fabric: Clarke & Clarke. All from Chuck Wells & Associates. Artwork:
Phoenix Art Group. Lamp: AF Lighting. Mirror: Arteriors Home. Paint: Benjamin
Moore. Pillow fabrics: Schumacher, Clarke & Clarke and Maxwell Fabrics. Rug:
Global Views. Settee fabric: Galbraith & Paul. Settee refinishing: DC Upholstery
& Design Workshop. Wallcovering installation: Elite Custom Finishes.
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ANUSCHKA PASHEL
GUEST BEDROOM
It’s hard not to notice the drum pendant engulfed with three layers of
ivory feathers hanging from the ceiling of the guest bedroom. From there
your eye might wander to the coarse burlap on a dome-shaped chair, or
to the smooth marble coffee table, or to the gold-leaf side table cast from
a real tree trunk or to any number of materials that constitute the tactile
fantasy orchestrated in the room by designer Anuschka Pashel. “If I have a
signature, it’s my use of texture,” says Pashel, who even trimmed the Roman
shades with a velvet ikat. “I don’t like to use all wood or leather or glass, but
prefer to bring together a little bit of everything.” To make her point, she
deftly combined a dark leather headboard with a cream linen-covered sofa
and then added a hammered-gold-leaf console table with a mosaic agate
top to serve as both a desk and vanity. In the adjoining bathroom, Buddha
statues and a silvered mirror round out the rich, layered look.
Accessories, bedside tables, bench, botanical prints, Cisco Brothers bed and
sofa, coffee table, console table, cowhide rug, dome chair, feather drum pendant,
gold side tables, lamps, Missoni Home bedding and floral pillows, and round
mirrors: Bloom by Anuschka. Artwork above desk and bed: Robischon Gallery
and Carmen Wiedenhoeft Gallery; curated by Ann Benson Reidy. Photograph in
bathroom: Lynda Churilla. Rug: Shaver-Ramsey.
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MIKHAIL OCAMPO DANTES & RON DANTES
STUDY
“Every house needs a dark room,” says designer Mikhail Ocampo Dantes, “both
for drama and to supply a cozy nesting place.” By introducing charcoal gray
walls to the historic home’s study—which, thanks to the discovery of a
pair of pocket doors by the show house’s contractor, Doug Canady, became
a passageway between the living and family rooms—Dantes instantly
distinguished the space from its brighter-walled neighbors. Within that
darkened boundary, Dantes, working with his brother and business partner,
Ron Dantes, varied the textural and color values to keep the monochromatic
scheme interesting. A metallic-backed paper weave wallcovering on the ceiling
introduces a hint of sheen, while a rosewood desk adds a warm tone. A cotton-
chenille-covered chaise is made even more inviting with the addition of velvet
pillows. “And don’t overlook the role of accessories,” says Dantes, who kicked
off a crystal theme with a Philippe Starck vase on the stainless-steel coffee table.
“I try to pick objects that relate to each other and have some kind of meaning.”
Accessories: Ralph Lauren Home. Ceiling wallcovering: Phillip Jeffries. Chaise,
desk and desk chairs: Troscan Design + Furnishings. Coffee table and chrome
chairs: Milo Baughman. All from Town. Artwork: Robischon Gallery and William
Havu Gallery; curated by Ann Benson Reidy. Easel: JF Chen from Kneedler-
Fauchère. Paint: Benjamin Moore.
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CAROLYN MORRI S
GUEST APARTMENT
Black-and-white photographs of Debbie Harry, Te Ramones and other rock
icons adorn the walls and peek out from the bookcases of the house’s guest
apartment. “Tey’re a nod to the 1970s with a touch of punk,” says designer
Carolyn Morris, who defined sleeping and sitting areas in the open space with
handmade wool rugs and then accented Roman shades with brass zippers.
“I tried to give even the most sophisticated guests something they may
not experience in their own homes.” To enhance the existing architecture,
Morris added a low chair rail and built up the baseboard trim. She played
off those elements with the introduction of crisp white walls and modern
Italian furnishings. “I love the mix of traditional architecture with things
like the slipcovered sofa and white sculptural table,” says Morris. For pops of
color against the otherwise muted scheme, Morris added bright pink velvet
pillows and striped rug tiles in the adjoining kitchen for “an element of fun.”
Bed: Poliform. Chair: Flexform. Floor lamp: Flos. Marble coffee table: Minotti. Table
lamps: Foscarini. Pendants: Tom Dixon. Sofa: B&B Italia. Y-shaped table, kitchen table
and barstools: Ligne Roset. All from Studio Como. Artwork above sofa, in kitchen (far
right) and photographs: Robischon Gallery and Carmen Wiedenhoeft Gallery; curated by
Ann Benson Reidy. Bookcases and nightstands: Aspen Leaf Kitchens. Kitchen portraits:
Plus Gallery. Kitchen rug tiles: Flor. Large-scale painting (following spread): Carlos
Alvarez. Rugs: Ebanista. Paintings in bookcases: Alyson Khan. Pillow fabrics: Kravet.
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CONNI NEWSOME & ASHL EY L ARSON
OUTDOOR SPACES
Designers Conni Newsome and Ashley Larson believe that outdoor spaces
should carry the same weight as indoor rooms. “A front porch sets the
stage for the entire house, and the furnishings should never be an after-
thought,” says Larson, who, along with Newsome, assembled hand-forged
iron furnishings and a host of indoor-style elements, including white-linen
draperies, a framed mirror and side tables draped with burlap, to give the
front porch a sophisticated air. For cohesiveness, the designers turned to the
same iron furnishings in the pool area, where this time the pieces are joined
by dining tables dressed with hand-painted tablecloths in a subtle charcoal
ombré pattern, black director’s chairs and taupe-and-white striped pillows.
Crisp boxwoods in matte-black planters provide a sculptural touch of green
throughout. “Te neutral palette really complements the architecture and
establishes a timeless quality,” says Newsome. “Our intent was to create
outdoor rooms that encourage lounging and relaxation and that will look
as good 10 years from now as they do today.”
Black planters: T-Trove Asian Decor. Coffee table, console table and candlesticks:
Watson & Co. Daybed: DC Upholstery & Design Workshop. Formations iron furnishings,
Paul Ferrante mirror and ceramic art: John Brooks, Inc. Rugs: Aztec Custom Rug
& Carpet Service. Umbrella: West Elm. Wood lamps: Eron Johnson Antiques.
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TABER SWEET & ARI EL GEL MAN
L ANDSCAPE
Landscape architects Taber Sweet and Ariel Gelman turned the yard’s
existing expanse of neglected sod into a multifunctional wonderland,
where Jay Gatsby would have felt right at home. “We wanted to recreate
what might have been,” says Gelman, noting that they scavenged for
brick to match the 1920s house and used concrete paving bands to echo
its architectural features. Tey even hired a craftsman to hand-notch
the columns holding up a cedar arbor. “It’s the kind of detail you would
have expected back then,” adds Sweet. Privacy was also a key issue and,
after conducting a solar study, they placed the pool in a sunny spot, but
also pushed it up against a wall bordering the adjacent Denver Botanic
Gardens. “Tis way visitors standing on the berm would look over the
pool,” says Sweet. Te pool, which is solar heated and incorporates several
small fountains along one edge, was designed to be narrow enough to
double as a beautiful water feature when not in use.
Arbor: Goodfellas Construction. Black planters: T-Trove Asian Decor. Chaise
lounges: Formations from John Brooks, Inc. Landscape construction: Designs By
Sundown. Pool and jets: Colorado Pools. Stone stools: Eron Johnson Antiques.
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KATIE WOLFE AGRON
Wolfe Design House
P.O. Box 102140
Denver, CO 80250
303.322.1547
wolfedesignhouse.com
BETH ARMIJO
Armijo Design Group
Denver, CO
armijodesigngroup.com
ASHLEY CAMPBELL
& SONJA DREYER
Ashley Campbell
Interior Design
2601 Blake Street, Suite 110
Denver, CO 80205
303.996.6195
ashleycampbell.com
MIKHAIL OCAMPO DANTES
& RON DANTES
D&D Interiors
601 South Broadway, Suite A
Denver, CO 80209
303.331.3452
ddinteriors.com
MARY KNAPE
& KELLY ZIBELL
Knape & Zibell Interior
Design, Inc.
145 Willowleaf Drive
Littleton, CO 80127
303.393.0747
knapeandzibell.com
CAROLYN MORRIS
Alvarez Morris
Architectural Studio
162 Adams Street, Suite 100
Denver, CO 80206
720.932.6633
alvarezmorris.com
CONNI NEWSOME
& ASHLEY LARSON
C+A Interiors
2929 West 25
th
Avenue
Denver, CO 80211
303.817.8018
cainteriors.net
MIKAL OTTEN
Exquisite Kitchen Design
601 South Broadway, Suite F
Denver, CO 80209
303.282.0382
myekdesign.com
ANUSCHKA PASHEL
Bloom by Anuschka
2353 East Third Avenue
Denver, CO 80206
720.941.2862
bloomdenver.com
PETRA RICHARDS
Petra Richards Interiors
720.201.1999
petrarichardsinteriors.com
PARTICIPATING DESIGNERS
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SCHUMACHER
O Interior Design, Inc.
2406 West 32
nd
Avenue,
Suite D
Denver, CO 80211
303.458.6462
ointeriordesign.com
KRISTINA STERLING
Seek Interior Design
Denver, CO
720.351.8687
seekinteriordesign.com
TABER SWEET
& ARIEL GELMAN
Blu Design Group
1238 South Broadway
Denver, CO 80210
720.505.3784
bludesigngroup.net
DEVON TOBIN
& MIRANDA CULLEN
Duet Design Group, LLC
901 Acoma Street, Suite 200
Denver, CO 80204
303.783.9327
duetdesigngroup.com
TONY TORRES
Tony Torres Interiors, Inc.
999 Emerson Street, Unit 4
Denver, CO 80218
303.931.6191
tonytorresinteriors.com
MARVIN WILKINSON
John Brooks Studio
601 South Broadway, Suite L
Denver, CO 80209
303.698.9977
johnbrooksinc.com
ADDITIONAL CONTRIBUTORS
Architect
STEVE EKMAN
Ekman Design Studio
550 East Eighth Avenue
Denver, CO 80203
303.730.2757
ekmandesign.com
Builder
DOUG CANADY
Canady Construction, Inc.
1111 West Evans Avenue,
Unit A-2
Denver, CO 80223
303.771.3837
Art Curator
ANN BENSON REIDY
Ann Benson Reidy
+ Associates
303.522.2979
annbensonreidy.com
Special Thanks
Maggie Armstrong
Trish Bragg
Brooke Erkal
Carolyn Baker
Eric Mandil
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style. In the dining room pictured here, the draperies are made
from Missoni fabric, while the chandelier mimics the punk theme
of this year’s Met Ball. Recently, Mann launched a collection of
supple leather fabrics with Moore & Giles, citing things such as
a vintage Gucci motorcycle jacket as inspiration. Not surprising
then that she crowns leather her favorite “non-neutral” neutral.
“I would describe my personal aesthetic
and my interior design style as one in the
same really...elegant, effortless edge.”
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It’s become more edited, more sophisticated and
more simplified.
What is one trend that you’d love to see go?
As far as interior design, I’d be happy not to see any
more overdyed rugs, and for fashion I’m fairly tired
of asymmetrical hems.
What is your favorite fashion fabric to use in your
design projects?
Toyine Seller’s wovens. They are ridiculously chic.
If one can put together an outfit, would you agree
one could also pull together a room?
If you’ve got it, you’ve got it.
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ADVENTUROUS PATTERNS, TAI LORED LI NES AND J UST THE
RI GHT DOSE OF COLOR EQUAL A MODI SH MASTERPI ECE
I N NEW YORK’ S GRAMERCY PARK.
ROBE RT PAS S AL
DEFINITIVE EDGE
GENTLEMEN’S QUARTERS
Te living room of designer Robert Passal’s New York apartment,
with its custom moldings and eclectic accessories, perfectly
exhibits his aesthetic, self-described as “classic and tailored with a
definitive edge.” Passal’s décor point of view effuses his personal
style, although he believes “there is a vast difference between
dressing yourself and dressing a room.” With interiors, “space,
scale and functionality are all major factors,” he explains. Not
one to shy away from color, Passal considers a wide range of
shades to be the easiest way to incorporate fashion into the
home, his favorite hue being aqua. “I’m often called a peacock,”
Passal laughs, “which I’ll take as a chic term of endearment.”
“I’ve never been a fan of the ‘staged’ approach
to decorating. Personal accessories can turn
a mediocre space into a stunning home.”
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Red coral resin with a maritime
theme will cast a fiery glow in
any setting. Diallo Chandelier,
$3,000; arteriors.com
Ikat fabric is enveloped with Lucite
to create a stylish presentation.
Madeline Weinrib Brindle Mor Tray,
priced from $495; barneys.com
Made of solid wood and two-way
hinges, this screen has a chic and
functional appeal. Ventura Screen,
$1,370; mgbwhome.com
Get a handle on chinoiserie flair
with a statement turquoise vase.
Emissary Dragon Vase, $435;
claytongrayhome.com
Do you ever use fashion fabrics in your design projects?
I’m crazy for men’s suiting, especially gray flannel
and cashmere chalk stripes used in upholstery.
Do you side more with Chanel’s “remove one item before
leaving the house” or Tony Duquette’s “more is more?”
I fall somewhere in the middle, but the trick is knowing
when to stop. Living with items you love, be it art,
accessories or daily heirlooms, makes a house a home.
Favorite fashion designer?
If I could cross-pollinate Tom Ford and Paul Stuart, I
would turn one of my bedrooms into a walk-in closet.
Best style advice?
“The only way to get what you really want is to let
go of what you don’t want.”
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SUBTL E PATTERNS, NOTEWORTHY SHAPES
AND RI CH TEXTURES TAKE CENTER STAGE
I N A L AI D- BACK CAL I FORNI A L I VI NG SPACE.
TOBI TOBI N
NEUTRAL GROUND
Black, cream and a hint of gold
create an instant floral classic.
Catalina Fabric in Onyx, $132 per
yard; ralphlaurenhome.com
This hand-cast solid brass antler
is a glamorous alternative to
taxidermy and adds elegance to
its locale. Antler, $195; aerin.com
A woodsy take on the tub
chair is both comfortable
and modern. Robinson Chair,
$3,950; hunifordcollection.com
Iconic basket weave is seen here
in form of a parchment shade.
Pergamena Intrecciato Lamp,
$10,800; bottegaveneta.com
INNATE STYLE
Best known for a Hollywood-glam aesthetic in a mostly neutral
palette, designer and shop owner Tobi Tobin believes that style
comes from within, and as is the case with any tastemaker, she
claims her tastes have evolved over the years. “I’ve come a long
way from wearing preppy embroidered pants in Palm Beach,”
she jokes. In her own Los Angeles living room, Tobin expertly
layers creams, grays and wood tones, taking cues from Donna
Karan—a favorite fashion designer. Her home also works as a
place to try out new ideas for her eponymous shop on Sunset
Boulevard, where she sells her own furniture collection among
vintage pieces and signature candles.
“Whether styling a room or an outfit, you should
figure out what scale works for you. Great
designers have a keen sense of proportions.”
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Best style advice?
Style truly comes from within, but having the
courage to live with it and express it to the world
takes confidence.
What’s your favorite unexpected neutral?
Flax linen is a beautiful neutral, but only when
paired with a range of other textures.
How do you see fashion trends translated for interiors?
Most often through color selection. As designers,
we can’t help ourselves. Fashion and interiors have
always gone hand in hand.
Who is your favorite fashion designer?
I am a huge Donna Karan fan. She is incredibly
talented and innately knows her brand.
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A U T O D E A L E R S H I P
A W N I N G S
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D E C O R A T I V E P L U M B I N G
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useful and easy to use.
The Denver Experience Center showcases the latest in home electronics and
integrated control in a fabulous LoDo loft. Please call for a tour.
XSSENTIALS
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Denver 720.956.1772 | Aspen 970.925.1700
Vail 970.949.4638
Vertical Arts Architecture is a multifaceted design
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690 Marketplace Plaza, Suite 1, Steamboat Springs, Colorado
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your custom designs to completion. Furthermore, they specialize in motorized
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King Architectural Metals is proud to offer its Grande Forge line of
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Timber Ridge Properties is an award-winning, luxury custom home builder
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homebuyers. Its Home Enhancement Division specializes in refined entertain-
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+ REMODELER
Timber Ridge Properties, located in the Denver Design District, has earned a
reputation for setting the standards of excellence in the Denver metro area.
CONTACT
601 South Broadway, Suite G, Denver, Colorado
303.805.0300 | timberridgeproperties.net
Lifescape, established in 1976, is recognized as a landscape industry leader
and has earned a reputation for creative and sustainable design, skillful and
cost-effective construction practices and low-cost maintenance programs
for residential and commercial projects.
Eco-sensitive backyard.
LIFESCAPE
LANDSCAPING
CONTACT
3002 Walnut Street, Denver, Colorado
303.831.8310 | lifescapecolorado.com
Designscapes Colorado, Inc., is a recognized, premier landscape design,
construction and maintenance firm, serving residential and commercial
properties to provide artistic and functional design solutions.
Plant bulbs and pansies now for incredible spring color.
DESIGNSCAPES COLORADO, INC.
LANDSCAPING
CONTACT
15440 East Fremont Drive, Centennial, Colorado
303.721.9003 | designscapescolorado.com
With 20 years of experience, Closet Factory is Colorado’s
leading storage solutions company. Using only the highest
quality materials and the largest range of materials, colors
and stains, Closet Factory can create a completely custom,
high-end solution as beautiful as the rest of your home.
CLOSET FACTORY
ORGANIZATIONAL
SOLUTIONS
CONTACT
8480 Upland Drive, Suite 200, Englewood, Colorado
303.690.6901 | closetfactory.com
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INSPIRING KITCHENS
KD
Kd has been creating inspiring kitchens with solid, stunning designs for more than 60 years. The company
has a passion for delivering true beauty with plenty of staying power. Kd is unwavering in its innovative
spirit and has decades of happy clients who are the real measure of success. Kd builds kitchens that
matter—from the smallest detail to the breathtaking big picture. kitchendistributors.com; 303.795.0665
portfolio.
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CREATIVITY YOU’LL LOVE TO LIVE WITH
Consistently voted “Boulder’s Best” since opening in 2000, this East End gallery
features exceptional work by a unique selection of internationally acclaimed jewelry
designers and nationally recognized fine artists. On-site consultations, commission
work and custom designs are available. artandsoulboulder.com; 303.544.5803
RAW ELEGANCE
todd reed, inc.
There is no mistaking a Todd Reed design. Raw
but elegant, each piece has a unique energy that
connects with the individual. Visit the Pearl
Street studio in Boulder to begin your experience.
toddreed.com; 303.442.6280
IT’S ALL ABOUT PRIDE
it’s all about pride
Timber Ridge Properties is Denver’s finest luxury custom home builder, designing
and constructing sophisticated living environments for discriminating homebuyers.
Additionally, the Timber Ridge Home Enhancement Division makes dreams
become a reality with minor or extensive custom modifications to existing
living environments. Expect a promise of uncompromising excellence in
construction, complemented by the highest level of personal attention and care.
timberridgeproperties.net; 303.805.0300
art + soul gallery
THE SKIES ABOVE
deep sky gallery
Images of unearthly beauty and wonder...so perfectly
evoking the very essence of celestial vastness and
splendor, indefinable strangeness and mystery,
the instinctive recognition of a vast cosmic drama
being enacted of supreme masterworks of art.
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DIAMOND
ANNIVERSARY RINGS
JOHN ATENCIO
When it is time to celebrate the years together,
John Atencio’s unique designs and beautiful
diamonds tell her you would do it all over
again. Bold diamond designs, in white gold,
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North, Park Meadows, FlatIron Crossing,
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johnatencio.com; 303.830.7733
COLOR YOUR LIFE
PAINTERGIRL
Artist Heather Wild Lowry, “Painter Girl,” believes
that the vibrancy of nature should be experienced
everywhere—but especially in the home. Using an
array of different media including gauche, acrylics
and oils, trompe l’oeil, and hand painted tiles, she
can bring any room to life with one of her stunning
pieces. In Heather’s work, a simple stand of quaking
aspen suddenly becomes an abstract study of life
and color. paintergirlproductions.com; 303.941.6196
FRONT-RANGE ELEGANCE
Delivering extraordinary results is the guiding principle of Old Greenwich
Builders. Based in Denver, the company works with discerning clients and their
design teams on both renovations and new homes. Whether the style is
traditional or modern, the common theme is exceptional attention to detail.
oldgreenwichbuilders.com; 303.333.2234
OLD GREENWICH BUILDERS
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303-691-9000
Judy Gubner, ASID
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ARCHITECTS (continued)
INSTITUTE OF CLASSICAL ARCHITECTURE
& art - roCky Mountain Chapter
3200 Cherry Creek South Drive, Suite 410
Denver, Colorado | 303.355.2460
classicist-rmc.org
ONE ARCHITECTS
Telluride, Colorado | 970.728.8877
onearchitects.com
poss arChiteCture + planning
605 East Main Street
Aspen, Colorado | 970.925.4755
billposs.com
rkd arChiteCts, inC.
Vail, Colorado | 970.926.2622
rkdarch.com
tkp arChiteCts
1509 Washington Avenue
Golden, Colorado | 303.278.8840
tkparch.com
arChiteCtural hardware
ashley norton
arChiteCtural hardware
210 West Parkway, Suite 1
Pompton Plains, New Jersey | 800.393.1097
ashleynorton.com
arChiteCtural lighting
LACROUX STREEB
504 Widget Street
Basalt, Colorado | 970.927.5133
lacrouxstreeb.com
LACROUX STREEB
931 Santa Fe Drive, Suite 200
Denver, Colorado | 303.573.0059
lacrouxstreeb.com
arChiteCtural Metals
king arChiteCtural Metals
800.542.2379
kingmetals.com
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Colorado Springs, Colorado | 970.433.1222
gforcedesignstudio.com
inspired iron
Burbank, Washington | 509.551.7910
inspirediron.com
arChiteCtural Moldings
Jp weaver Co.
941 Air Way
Glendale, California | 818.500.1740
jpweaver.com
ANTIQUES
Bishop
2019 10th Street
Boulder, Colorado | 303.444.2227
bishopboulder.com
applianCes
daCor
dacor.com
JENN AIR
800.JENN.AIR
jennair.com
oFFiCine gullo usa
800.781.7125
officinegullousa.com
suB-zero
800.222.7820
subzero-wolf.com
ARCHITECTS
vertiCal arts
90 Marketplace Plaza, Suite 1
Steamboat Springs, Colorado
970.871.0056 | vertical-arts.com s
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aia Colorado
303 East 17th Avenue, Suite 110
Denver, Colorado | 303.446.2266
aiacolorado.org
Berglund arChiteCts
210 Edwards Village Boulevard, Suite A103
Edwards, Colorado | 970.926.4301
berglundarchitects.com
Brewster MCleod arChiteCts
112 South Mill Street, Unit B (Top Floor)
Aspen, Colorado | 970.544.0130
brewstermcleod.com
Chalet developMent
517 East Bayaud Avenue
Denver, Colorado | 303.475.4838
chaletdevelopment.com
CHARLES CUNNIFFE ARCHITECTS
610 East Hyman Avenue
Aspen, Colorado | 970.925.5590
cunniffe.com
dhr arChiteCture
3200 Cherry Creek South, Suite 410
Denver, Colorado | 303.355.2460
dharchitecture.com
ekMan design studio
550 East 8th Avenue
Denver, Colorado | 303.730.2757
ekmandesign.com
k.h. weBB arChiteCts
710 West Lionshead Circle, Unit A
Vail, Colorado | 970.477.2990
khwebb.com
kga studio ARCHITECTS
950 Spruce Street, Suite 2D
Louisville, Colorado | 303.442.5882
kgarch.com
ART + FraMing
art + soul gallery
1615 Pearl Street
Boulder, Colorado | 303.554.5803
artandsoulboulder.com
nadaleena, llC
7090 Puma Trail
Littleton, Colorado | 303.506.5521
nadaleena.com
paintergirl
6551 South Otis Way
Littleton, Colorado | 303.941.6196
paintergirlproductions.com
Catering
gourMet Fine Catering
3600 East 40th Avenue
Denver, Colorado | 303.825.4545
720.334.0859 | gourmetfinecatering.com
CustoM Finishes
Cet and assoCiates
4704 Harlan Street, Suite 415
Denver, Colorado | 303.758.5530
cetandassociates.com
iMhoFF painting CoMpany
7584 South Franklin Way
Centennial, Colorado | 303.650.0933
imhoffpaintingcompany.com
CustoM FireplaCes
rio grande Co.
201 Sante Fe Drive
Denver, Colorado | 303.892.8833
riograndeco.com
CustoM glass design
denver glass interiors
1600 West Evans Avenue, Suite A
Englewood, Colorado | 303.744.0350
denverglassinteriors.com
deCorative pluMBing
duravit
888.DURAVIT
duravit.us
ultra design Center
1025 Zuni Street
Denver, Colorado | 303.571.5611
ultradesigncenter.com
doorS + windows
Fleetwood windows & doors
1 Fleetwood Way
Corona, California | 800.736.7363
fleetwoodusa.com/luxe
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doorS + windows (continued)
laCantina doors
888.730.3898
lacantinadoors.com
nanawall
800.873.5673
nanawall.com
events
parkside Mansion
1859 York Street
Denver, Colorado | 720.328.9543
parksidemansion.com
FABRICS + window Coverings
vidre window Coverings
vidrewindowcoverings.com
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800.275.3872
duralee.com
LEE JOFA
leejofa.com
Maxwell FaBriCs
maxwellfabrics.com
phillip JeFFries
phillipjeffries.com
Floor Coverings
arrigoni woods
Vail, Colorado | 970.479.1800
arrigoniwood.com
BALENTINE COLLECTION
533 East Hopkins Street
Aspen, Colorado | 970.925.4440
balentinecollection.com
Floor Coverings By Cpa
595 South Broadway, Suite 116E
Denver, Colorado | 303.722.4700
cpacarpets.com
isBerian rug CoMpany
300 East Cody Lane
Basalt, Colorado | 970.927.8541
isberianrugs.com
isBerian rug CoMpany
520 East Hyman Avenue
Aspen, Colorado | 970.925.8062
isberianrugs.com
kyle Bunting
512.264.1148
kylebunting.com
FURNITURE + ACCESSORIES (continued)
g ForCe design studio
Colorado Springs, Colorado | 970.433.1222
gforcedesignstudio.com
hoFF Miller showrooM
595 South Broadway, Suite 106E
Denver, Colorado | 303.698.0800
hoffmiller.com
hudson Furniture, inC.
419 West 14th Street, 2nd Floor
New York, New York | 212.645.7800
hudsonfurnitureinc.com
IRONIES
510.644.2100
ironies.com
J. roBert sCott
500 North Oak Street
Inglewood, California | 877.207.5130
jrobertscott.com
J. triBBle ColleCtion
747 Miami Circle
Atlanta, Georgia | 888.652.6116
jtribble.com
JIUN HO
jiunho.com
John Brooks inCorporated
601 South Broadway, Suite L
Denver, Colorado | 303.698.9977
johnbrooksinc.com
John Brooks inCorporated
303H AABC
Aspen, Colorado | 303.698.9977
johnbrooksinc.com
lexington hoMe Brands
595 South Broadway, Suite 102E
Denver, Colorado | 303.733.5888
lexington.com
lillian august
For hiCkory white
lillianaugustfinefurniture.com
lisa taylor designs
lisataylordesigns.com
loly gray hoMe ColleCtion
303.997.8230
lolagrayhome.com
Moto art
310.375.4531
motoart.com
sCala luxury
scalaluxury.com
studio CoMo denver
2590 Walnut Street
Denver, Colorado | 303.296.1495
studiocomo.com
town
601 South Broadway, Suite A
Denver, Colorado | 303.282.8696
townstudio.com
Floor Coverings (continued)
paris CeraMiCs
parisceramicsusa.com
saMad
888.726.2393
samad.com
shaver raMsey
2414 East 3rd Avenue
Denver, Colorado | 303.320.6363
shaver-ramsey.com
THE FLOOR CLUB
741 South Huron Street
Denver, Colorado | 303.777.6959
denver.thefloorclub.com
FLORAL
BlooM
2353 East 3rd Avenue
Denver, Colorado | 720.941.2862
bloomdenver.com
FURNITURE + ACCESSORIES
B&B ITALIA
800.872.1697
bebitalia.com
Bernhardt
bernhardt.com
Bishop
2019 10th Street
Boulder, Colorado | 303.444.2227
bishopboulder.com
Bright Chair
888.524.5997
brightchair.com
Chalet developMent
517 East Bayaud Avenue
Denver, Colorado | 303.475.4838
chaletdevelopment.com
Christopher guy
8900 Beverly Boulevard
West Hollywood, California | 310.461.3250
christopherguy.com
ColuMBine showrooM
595 South Broadway, Suite 105E
Denver, Colorado | 303.722.4400
columbineshowroom.com
denver design distriCt
595 South Broadway, Suite 200
Denver, Colorado | 303.733.2455
denverdesign.com
EBANISTA
800.570.1087
ebanista.com
eriC Brand
650.259.0207
ericbrand.com
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galleries
deep sky gallery
28 Covington Drive
Cherry Hills Village, Colorado | 303.263.5409
deepskygallery.com
pisMo Fine art glass
2770 East 2nd Avenue
Denver, Colorado | 303.333.2879
pismoglass.com
walker Fine art
300 West 11th Avenue, Suite A
Denver, Colorado | 303.355.8955
walkerfineart.com
hardware
Baldwin hardware
baldwinhardware.com
roCky Mountain hardware
888.583.0154
rockymountainhardware.com
SA BAXTER
800.407.4295
sabaxter.com
sun valley Bronze
866.788.3631
sunvalleybronze.com
hoMe autoMation
XSSENTIALS
1720 Wynkoop Street, Suite 405
Denver, Colorado | 720.956.1772
escthul.com s
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paragon teChnology group
601 Rio Grande Place, Suite 101
Aspen, Colorado | 970.920.3167
paragon-usa.com
hoMe BuilderS + reModelers
BeowulF ConstruCtion &
engineering, inC.
Colorado Springs, Colorado | 719.447.0994
beowulfconstructioninc.com
BOA CONSTRUCTION inC.
Denver, Colorado | 303.892.1973
boaaaa.com
Chalet developMent
517 East Bayaud Avenue
Denver, Colorado | 303.475.4838
chaletdevelopment.com
gruBer hoMe reModeling
1340 South Santa Fe Drive
Denver, Colorado | 303.744.7290
gogruber.com
haley CustoM hoMes
5211 South Quebec Street
Greenwood Village, Colorado | 303.601.9446
haleycustomhomes.com
hoMe BuilderS + reModelers (continued)
harrison CustoM Builders, ltd.
1500 West Thomas Avenue
Englewood, Colorado | 303.905.0229
harrisoncustombuilders.com
key eleMents ConstruCtion
60 South 8th Street, Suite 104
Carbondale, Colorado | 970.963.5667
keyelementsconstruction.com
koru, ltd.
417 Main Street, Suite Y
Carbondale, Colorado | 970.963.0577
korultd.com
MaliBu hoMes, inC.
12835 East Arapahoe Road, Tower 1, Suite 320
Centennial, Colorado | 303.790.0909
malibuhomescolorado.com
old greenwiCh Builders
110 Cook Street, Suite 202
Denver, Colorado | 303.333.2234
oldgreenwichbuilders.com
reFined CustoM hoMes
Telluride, Colorado | 970.728.9777
refinedcustomhomesllc.com
tiMBer ridge properties
601 South Broadway, Suite G
Denver, Colorado | 303.805.0300
timberridgeproperties.net
HOTEL
the setai, MiaMi BeaCh
2001 Collins Avenue
Miami Beach, Florida | 888.625.7500
thesetaihotel.com
interior designers
ashley CaMpBell
2601 Blake Street, Suite 110
Denver, Colorado | 303.777.5008
ashleycampbell.com
asid Colorado Chapter
12081 West Alameda Parkway, Suite 151
Lakewood, Colorado | 720.213.6714
asidcolorado.org
arMiJo design group
303.877.3343
armijodesigngroup.com
Beetlekill Blues
10 Farmers Lane, Suite 1
Breckenridge, Colorado | 970.453.7100
beetlekillblues.com
Boulder interior design Co.
2516 Broadway, Suite 100
Boulder, Colorado | 720.988.9711
boulderidc.com
CalliCrate CoMpany
interior design
770 Castle Drive
Eagle, Colorado | 970.328.1590
callicrateco.com
Carol Moore interior design
137 Main Street, Suite 0-204
Edwards, Colorado | 970.926.4188
cmid.us
interior designers (continued)
Cathers hoMe
530 Basalt Avenue
Basalt, Colorado | 970.927.9393
cathershome.com
Chalet developMent
517 East Bayaud Avenue
Denver, Colorado | 303.475.4838
chaletdevelopment.com
d + d interiors
Denver, Colorado | 303.437.0054
ddinteriors.com
denver design distriCt
595 South Broadway, Suite 200
Denver, Colorado | 303.733.2455
denverdesign.com
duet design group
901 Acoma Street, Suite 200
Denver, Colorado | 303.783.9327
duetdesigngroup.com
in-site design group
1280 South Clayton Street
Denver, Colorado | 303.691.9000
insite-design-group.com
LIN LEE & ASSOCIATES
interior design
63 Indigo Drive
Castle Rock, Colorado | 303.688.2447
linleeasid.com
studio d
275 Monaco Parkway
Denver, Colorado | 480.518.4912
studioddesign.com
J EWELRY
art + soul gallery
1615 Pearl Street
Boulder, Colorado | 303.554.5803
artandsoulboulder.com
JOHN ATENCIO
140 Clayton Lane
Denver, Colorado | 303.830.7733
johnatencio.com
todd reed
2015 Pearl Street
Boulder, Colorado | 800.376.3609
toddreed.com
kitCheN + BATH
Bulthaup denver
kitChen distriButors, inC.
1038 Bannock Street
Denver, Colorado | 303.777.5409
denver.bulthaup.com
Christopher peaCoCk
888.889.8891
peacockhome.com
deCorative Materials
595 South Broadway, Suite 121E
Denver, Colorado | 303.722.1333
decorativematerials.com
diaMond spas
4409 Coriolis Way
Frederick, Colorado | 720.864.9115
diamondspas.com
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fne fnishes and fashion for your home
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organizational solutions
Closet FaCtory
8480 Upland Drive, Suite 200
Centennial, Colorado | 303.690.6901
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CALIFORNIA CLOSETS
866.870.4814
californiaclosets.com
CALIFORNIA CLOSETS
8500 East Maximus Drive
Lone Tree, Colorado | 303.754.0415
californiaclosets.com
outdoor living
Brown Jordan
brownjordan.com
weatherend
800.456.6483
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photography
audrey MiChel photography
Denver, Colorado | 720.384.7145
audreymichelphotography.com
Mark woolCott photography
Denver, Colorado | 303.895.8107
markwoolcottphotography.com
niCk tininenko photographer
Aspen, Colorado | 415.230.0353
ntkophoto.com
puBliC relations
layer Cake Creative
1155 Sherman Street, Suite 205
Denver, Colorado | 720.836.7117
golayercake.com
REAL ESTATE
Fuller sotheBy’s
international realty
8400 East Crescent Parkway, Suite 300
Greenwood Village, Colorado | 303.893.3200
fullerproperties.com
Fuller sotheBy’s international
realty - Maggie arMstrong
3033 East 1st Avenue, Suite 500
Denver, Colorado | 303.241.9244
livedenver.com
Fuller sotheBy’s international
realty - trish Bragg
3033 East 1st Avenue, Suite 500
Denver, Colorado | 303.241.9244
livedenver.com
luxury portFolio Fine
property ColleCtion
luxuryportfolio.com
landsCaping (continued)
altgelT & ASSOCIATES
4559 Sandpiper Court
Boulder, Colorado | 303.516.1191
altgelt.com
designs By sundown
4501 South Santa Fe Drive
Englewood, Colorado | 303.789.4400
designsbysundown.com
MarpA landsCapE design studio
1275 Cherryvale Road
Boulder, Colorado | 303.442.5220
marpa.com
lighting
lightology
866.954.4489
lightology.com/luxe
littMan Brands
littmanbrands.com
sChonBek
schonbek.com
luxury Bedding
EASTERN ACCENTS
800.397.4556
easternaccents.com
sCandia hoMe
scandiahome.com
MisCellaneous
wonderBound
1075 Park Avenue West
Denver, Colorado | 303.292.4700
wonderbound.com
Moving + storage
CowBoy Moving & storage, inC.
4535 Santa Fe Drive
Englewood, Colorado | 303.789.2208
cowboymoving.com
MuseuM
ClyFFord still MuseuM
1250 Bannock Street
Denver, Colorado | 720.354.4880
clyffordstillmuseum.org
kitCheN + BATH (continued)
eggersMann usa
800.276.1239 | info@eggersmannusa.com
eggersmannusa.com
exquisite kitChen design
601 South Broadway, Suite F
Denver, Colorado | 303.282.0382
myekdesign.com
hausdesign - sieMatiC
1336 27th Street
Denver, Colorado | 303.994.0283
hausdesign-usa.com
interior intuitions inC.
288 Clayton Street, Suite 100
Denver, Colorado | 303.355.2772
interiorintuitions.com
J. triBBle ColleCtion
747 Miami Circle
Atlanta, Georgia | 888.652.6116
jtribble.com
kitChen distriButors, inC.
1309 West Littleton Boulevard
Littleton, Colorado | 303.795.0665
kitchendistributors.com
Minteriors
10403 West 44th Avenue
Wheat Ridge, Colorado | 303.482.6868
minteriorsdenver.com
Mountain high applianCe
1130 Pine Street
Louisville, Colorado | 303.665.6850
mountainhighappliance.com
Mountain high applianCe
445 Anglers Drive
Steamboat Springs, Colorado | 970.879.8316
mountainhighappliance.com
nkBa roCky Mountain Chapter
2806 West Centennial Drive, Unit F
Littleton, Colorado | 720.971.8465
nkbarockymountain.org
poliForM
888.POLIFORM
poliformusa.com
sieMatiC MöBelwerke usa
215.604.1350 | info@siematic.com
siematic.us
thurston kitChen & BATH
761 Kalamath Street, Suite A
Denver, Colorado | 303.640.4555
kitchensofcolorado.com
williaM ohs
115 Madison Street
Denver, Colorado | 303.321.3232
wmohs.com
landsCaping
designsCapes Colorado
15440 East Fremont Drive
Centennial, Colorado | 303.721.9003
designscapescolorado.com s
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liFesCape assoCiates, inC.
3002 Walnut Street
Denver, Colorado | 303.831.8310
lifescapeassociates.com s
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REAL ESTATE (continued)
shea hoMes - BaCkCountry
CoMMunity
10420 Backcountry Drive
Highlands Ranch, Colorado | 720.344.9600
backcountryco.com
telluride luxury properties -
Bill Fandel
205 West Colorado Avenue
Telluride, Colorado | 970.369.7700
tellurideluxuryproperties.com
RESTAURANT
CoMida
721 Confidence Drive, Suite 1
Longmont, Colorado | 720.204.6455
eatcomida.com
shopping + design Centers
25/70
4499 Fox Street
Denver, Colorado | 303.551.7172
25-70.com
denver design distriCt
595 South Broadway, Suite 200
Denver, Colorado | 303.733.2455
denverdesign.com
STONE + TILE
antolini luigi
antoliniprecioustone.com
ARTISTIC TILE
877.237.4097
artistictile.com
Brekhus tile & stone
860 South Jason Street
Denver, Colorado | 303.494.9255
brekhustile.com
CAESARSTONE
caesarstoneus.com
Crystaline stone
855.927.9782
crystalinestone.com
deCorative Materials
595 South Broadway, Suite 121E
Denver, Colorado | 303.722.1333
decorativematerials.com
FranCois & Co.
888.313.3237
francoisandco.com
galleria oF stone
12655 East 42nd Avenue, Suite 60
Denver, Colorado | 303.515.2904
galleriaofstone.net
STONE + TILE (continued)
SILESTONE AUTHENTIC LIFE
866.268.6837
silestoneusa.com
THE STONE COLLECTION
4210 Carson Street, Suite 101
Denver, Colorado | 303.307.8100
thestonecollection.com
walker zanger
walkerzanger.com
taBletop
waterFord
waterford.com
vineyard
ste. MiChelle wine estates
antinori.it
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National Kitchen & Bath Association
Rocky Mountain Chapter
2013 Kitchen and Bath Design Competition
William Landeros, CKD
Jed MacKenzie, CKD
bulthaup & Kitchen Distributors
3
rd
Place
Winner
2
nd
Place Winner
Barbara Barton, CMKBD
Barbara Barton & Associates
1
st
Place Winner
Gregory A. Armstrong, CKD
Design Style Strong
Open Kitchen Category
Sponsor
Large Kitchen Category
Sponsor
1
st
Place Winner
Christine Spillar, AKBD
Christine Spillar Interior Design
3
rd
Place Winner
Scott Sudik
Godden | Sudik Architects
2
nd
Place Winner
Elisabeth Aiello, CKD
Kitchen Distributors
View more detail of these winning designs at: NKBArockymountain.org/design-competition/
National Kitchen & Bath Association
Rocky Mountain Chapter
2013 Kitchen and Bath Design Competition
1
st
Place Winner
&
President’s Award
Troy Williams, AKBD
Kitchen Distributors
“Overall Competition Winner”
3
rd
Place Winner
Suzanne Boltz, AKBD
Cress Kithen & Bath
2
nd
Place Winner
Michele Mangan
Michele Mangan Designs
Small/Medium Kitchen Category
Sponsor
View more detail of these winning designs at: NKBArockymountain.org/design-competition/
Premier
Competition
Sponsors
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National Kitchen & Bath Association
Rocky Mountain Chapter
2013 Kitchen and Bath Design Competition
William Landeros, CKD
Jed MacKenzie, CKD
bulthaup & Kitchen Distributors
3
rd
Place
Winner
2
nd
Place Winner
Barbara Barton, CMKBD
Barbara Barton & Associates
1
st
Place Winner
Gregory A. Armstrong, CKD
Design Style Strong
Open Kitchen Category
Sponsor
Large Kitchen Category
Sponsor
1
st
Place Winner
Christine Spillar, AKBD
Christine Spillar Interior Design
3
rd
Place Winner
Scott Sudik
Godden | Sudik Architects
2
nd
Place Winner
Elisabeth Aiello, CKD
Kitchen Distributors
View more detail of these winning designs at: NKBArockymountain.org/design-competition/
National Kitchen & Bath Association
Rocky Mountain Chapter
2013 Kitchen and Bath Design Competition
1
st
Place Winner
&
President’s Award
Troy Williams, AKBD
Kitchen Distributors
“Overall Competition Winner”
3
rd
Place Winner
Suzanne Boltz, AKBD
Cress Kithen & Bath
2
nd
Place Winner
Michele Mangan
Michele Mangan Designs
Small/Medium Kitchen Category
Sponsor
View more detail of these winning designs at: NKBArockymountain.org/design-competition/
Premier
Competition
Sponsors
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National Kitchen & Bath Association
Rocky Mountain Chapter
2013 Kitchen and Bath Design Competition
3
rd
Place Winner

Jan Neiges, CKD
Jan Neiges, CKD LLC
Jan Neiges, CKD
Jan Neiges, CKD LLC
2
nd
Place Winner
1
st
Place Winner
Jerry Nealon, CBD
Cress Kitchen & Bath
1
st
Place Winner
Linda Sue Shirkey
Production & Design
3
rd
Place Winner
Jerry Nealon, CBD
Cress Kitchen & Bath
2
nd
Place Winner
Anne Grice
Anne Grice Interiors
Large Master Bathroom Category
Sponsor
Small/Medium Bathroom Category
Sponsor
View more detail of these winning designs at: NKBArockymountain.org/design-competition/
National Kitchen & Bath Association
Rocky Mountain Chapter
2013 Kitchen and Bath Design Competition
LARGE MASTER
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SMALL / MEDIUM
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Jan Neiges, CKD
Jan Neiges, CKD LLC
Jan Neiges, CKD
Jan Neiges, CKD LLC
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Jerry Nealon, CBD
Cress Kitchen & Bath
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Linda Sue Shirkey
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Jerry Nealon, CBD
Cress Kitchen & Bath
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National Kitchen & Bath Association
Rocky Mountain Chapter
2013 Kitchen and Bath Design Competition
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Luxe Interiors + Design was honored to be the media sponsor for the 2013 Denver Designer Show House benefitting Children’s
Hospital Colorado. To celebrate the success of this incredible project, we gathered the design community for a series of
exclusive events. The gardens and pool surrounding the grand property provided the perfect backdrop for bringing together
the talented design professionals who donated their time. It was a delight to share the home with Luxe VIPs visiting from
around the country, as well as local art, architecture and design enthusiasts. The Show House was a enormous success with
over 2000 ticketed guests visiting the home, raising over $100,000 for Children’s Hospital Colorado.
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mad for luxe party.
Luxe and Paragon Technology Group hosted an exciting bash to kick off Aspen’s biggest weekend of the summer: the Food
& Wine Classic. Design professionals from around the state joined us to indulge in gourmet delights from Denver’s
Comida food truck, hand-crafted Suerte tequila margaritas and a wine tasting sampling one of Colorado’s best, Sutcliff
Winery Vineyards. The see-and-be-seen event provided a fun chance to reconnect with some of the top names in design.
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nkba design competition
Luxe was proud to partner with NKBA’s Rocky Mountain Chapter at the 2013 Design Competition to honor some of
Colorado’s best kitchen and bath projects. Many of our industry favorites sponsored the event and entered their own
work into the competition. Guests enjoyed a delicious menu created by Gourmet Fine Catering. It was a toast to the
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sounds of summer soirée.
Along with Xssentials, Luxe welcomed summer with a series of events launching Sonance’s outdoor sound systems in
Denver, Vail and Aspen. Top design professionals gathered in Denver on the gorgeous grounds of landscape architecture
firm Designs By Sundown to mingle and experience the sounds of the season. Guests also enjoyed delicious bites,
catered by Comida and Gourmet Fine Catering, paired with Suerte tequila margaritas.
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aia gala after-party.
This past June, Denver hosted the national convention for the American Institute of Architects, bringing over 18,000
architects to town. Luxe Interiors + Design partnered with some of our local favorites—including Xssentials, Savante
and Humanscale—to host a series of events at the Studio Loft space inside the historic Ellie Caulkins Opera House
downtown. The grand finale to the event was an after-hours party following the closing night gala where top architects
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