I'm proud to offer the following home design and decorating services to homeowners in the Greater Denver Metro and Boulder areas.
Kitchens are my specialty
With a background in nutrition and a love for cooking, it's no surprise that I ended up as a Cliq Studios Cabinet Professional! Kitchens are the heart of the home - do you spend more time anywhere else? As a Cliq Studios Cabinet Professional I'll provide you with the following:
• Free samples of every cabinet color and quartz samples
• A detailed floor plan
• Color elevation drawings
• Color perspective renderings
• A full bill of materials with quote
Let’s meet and figure out your design needs. I provide complimentary one-hour initial consultations. Contact me for more information.
Assistance in the design process with renovation projects. If you’re remodeling, let me help you select the right tile, flooring and room layouts.
From paint consultations to selecting the right artwork, furniture and lighting for one room or your entire home!
style to sell
Staging is critical for prospective buyers. We’ll use your existing furniture, consider accessorizing, de-clutter your space and set the tone with lighting, music, candles and more.
We’ll scour local stores, hidden antique shops and trendy online retail shops to find the perfect item for your room. This includes outdoor patios and porches as well!
I have a keen eye for great furniture finds, or we can give a chair or table a facelift with my remodeling services. Fabric selections, colors, and styles to brighten any room.
let's design your home
Are you ready to create a space that reflects your style? If you’re ready to hire a proven decorator who can help you transform your space, simply contact me directly and we’ll get started right away.
The fireplace space - Before
A dated oak TV built in with cabinets and shelves transformed to a lovely reading and dining space. Having seen a lot of what people do in this room I decided this wall was not the right space for a built in. The room also isn't big enough to work appropriately for a family or living room. Once you get a sofa in here, it easily fills with people. With the quick access to the kitchen and the plumbed gas grill in the backyard it made sense to envision this as a dining space. We removed the carpet, built in, faux wood paneling to give us a blank canvas. While I would've loved to put in two windows where the shelving units were, the budget didn't allow room for that, so we used mirrors to bring more light into the space.
Guest Bathroom - before
Did I mention there was carpet in all four bathrooms in our house? Please note the original to 1971 orange and yellow beads in this window and all original tile and single sink vanity. My husband did all the demo here so I'm glad he loves the transformation! We brought this bathroom up to code by adding a vent light, we also added better lighting and put in a double sink vanity. I didn't know the quartz top would arrive with 3 holes for the faucet hardware so we've still got some loose ends to tie up.
THE FIREPLACE Space - After
This room is a very high traffic area with there being access to the basement, sliding doors leading out to the backyard, and an interior access garage door. I couldn't stand the thought of all the dirt and inclement boot slosh soaking into carpet so flooring became a decision of either tile or hardwood. Either way I knew I wanted a herringbone pattern and ultimately I chose tile thinking it would be easier to clean. I found this budget friendly tile that looked similar to cement that I loved. When I started spending a lot of time in the house, I quickly realized which direction the pattern should go, that being the most frequently walked, from the garage to the backyard.
Guest bathroom - After
Mismatched faucet hardware and missing outlet faceplates aside, this bathroom is by far my husbands favorite room in the house. I thought the blue and gray tile floor would be fun if this ever became a kids bathroom down the line. We transformed the 3/4 shower to 3"x12" Meringue Subway Tile with gray pencil line trim around the window, niche and sides of the shower. I installed the dual flush toilet myself to save a few bucks on reno costs ;-)
kitchen - before
kitchen - after