My portfolio showcases various projects created throughout my career. We would love the opportunity to tailor a customized design for your space and build a professional relationship that you can trust.

Broadmoor Townhome

This beautiful guest bedroom was designed for a new build in the Broadmoor area of Colorado Springs. The views from the windows are breathtaking. The client wanted a bright and colorful pallet that complimented the neutral tones in the rest of the house. We mixed some blues and golds with gray to balance the colorful bedding.

New Build in Aurora- Dream Finders Homes

We had the pleasure of decorating this new build for a bachelor from Alaska. This was such a fun project! Rustic, masculine, modern farmhouse with a touch of industrial elements was the look and feel he wanted to achieve. We curated each piece of furniture, textiles and decor and mixed them with some of his treasured Alaskan art, an heirloom dining table and Alaskan artifacts so that this house would feel like home. The outcome was a warm, rich color pallet with all the design elements our client was hoping for.

Astronaut Themed Boy’s Room

This room was inspired by a 10 year old boy’s love for outer space and dream of becoming an astronaut one day.

Design Boards for Clients

Ski Chalet Themed Boy’s Room

This room was created for an 11 year old who has a passion for skiing. He wanted a reflection of a ski lodge in his bedroom. We added lanterns that have flickering flame bulbs, a hand painted wall mural and lots of Colorado Ski Resort art on the opposite wall.

Some Examples of our Work

Girl’s Fashion Themed Room

This room was designed for an 8 year old girl with dreams of becoming a fashion designer one day. She loved Barbies and we were able to find a vintage Barbie calendar with fashion sketches by the famous Robert Best, who designed all of the Barbie clothing years ago. This little girl also loved playing the guitar so we added a custom guitar mount for the wall that complimented the design.

Before and After

The before and after of a once 90’s kitchen with flourescent lighting. Slide the bar above to see the entire room.

“Understanding the person or people living in a home is a far greater need in design than focusing purely on the aesthetics. The home is designed around emotional needs.”

Amanda Talbot