In the library/study, custom floor-to-ceiling bookcases boast microfiber-covered shelving with decorative nail heads.
Because this delicate, three-piece light is so expressive, it fits perfectly over the dining room
table – with the leaves in or out.
In the living room, character chairs in blue flowered fabrics next to a tufted velvet ottoman ask guests and homeowners to settle in, relax and connect.
Two distinct chandeliers provide visual interest and delineate areas of the kitchen. The painted island with wood counter is a natural gathering place.
Old chairs next to new European-styled silk curtains complement each other in the master bedroom. Upholstered walls and carpet with an architectural motif are restful yet interesting.
This delicate crystal chandelier in the guest room is an unexpected and special element that
warmly welcomes guests.
In this small-scale renovation in Denver’s Lowry neighborhood, understanding the lively conversation between fabrics and colors creates a welcoming and engaging interior. Mixed floral patterns, wall coverings, diverse lighting and soft color yield interest and warmth.