This custom mantle was fabricated by one of our craftsmen to look like an airplane wing as this client was a former pilot.
To modernize this space, we removed many of the existing 1980’s doors and replaced with custom white washed barn doors. The barn doors now house the laundry, mechanical closet, coat closet, and pantry.
As part of a large lower level remodel project, Speas Interior Design created this custom space. This secondary guest laundry also serves as a sauna, located in between the steam shower and exercise room. Photograph with custom bench and towel shelves coming!!! Photographs by Paul Kohlman.
Creating a grand entrance for the formal dining room, this entry features custom lighting by Hubberton Forge, chiseled ivory travertine tile (installed in a Versailles pattern with custom designed inlaid mosaic), hand forged iron stair railing, and faux finish walls, ceiling, and doorway with marbleized columns.
Who says a bathroom can’t be a work of art! This guest bath features a bronze vessel sink by Wawirka accented by wall mounted oil rubbed bronze faucets and a custom designed and forged iron countertop (by Andy Sikora) on a converted custom cabinet.
We just love a being creative! This custom designed front door is your first impression of this 3000 square foot ranch remodel in Colorado Springs old north end. The door is a harmonious blend of windows and exotic woods including walnut, mahogany, and maple.
Mix your textures, materials, and colors! This powder bath comes to life with a slate backsplash with copper rope liner, custom iron countertop by Andy Sikora, stone forest vessel sink of polished granite and custom wall mounted chrome faucets.
Creating an old world charm, these columns feature a waxed clay finish over brick veneer.
This Custom iron railing is highlighted by a mahogany handrail, hand forged iron rails in bronze finish, and telluride stone columns capped in sandstone.
Transform your old dry walled fireplace by refinishing it into a contemporary focal point with a bronze and metallic finish with telluride stone and a hand carved ponderosa pine mantle with scalloped ends and a natural glaze finish.
Dining rooms should make a statement like this dining room in a new build in Castle Pines. The room comes to life with walnut floors, metallic venetian plaster finish on walls, hanging convex cedar ceiling panels with recessed can lighting and custom chandelier, a custom door of wood and frosted glass panels, custom designed rug by Allure Rugs of Denver, and a custom designed dining room table with bronze lazy susan in the center and seating for eight.
This freestanding custom buffet of Lyptus wood with brushed nickel hardware and frosted glass accent panels were created exclusively for our client by artisan, Brian Hubel.
Designed by Kathy Speas and created by Andy Sikora, these custom designed iron shelves with telluride stone columns are the perfect backdrop to a contemporary dining table with bronze lazy susan.
Let your home reflect your personality with a custom designed fireplace with hearth and mantle of solid sandstone and backlit calcite custom wall art.
Don’t want your TV to be the focal point of your beautifully designed room, consider a custom designed and handcrafted tv console with hidden TV shelf. This one of a kind piece is made of African mahogany by artisan, Brian Hubel.
This contemporary designed kitchen features cherry cabinets with stainless steel hardware, gas cooktop, granite tops, walnut floors, ivory travertine and oro gold travertine accents.
Who says Universal Design can’t be stylish and contemporary. This two person master steam shower (using Universal Design for aging in place) features multiple heads, granite shower seat, porcelain tiles with metallic black glass tile accents, and custom fabricated seamless shower door that swings in and out for maximum Universal Design. Note the lack of curve on the mud pan makes this shower design perfect for wheel chair accessibility.
Create a wine cellar with a custom rounded door of alder and etched glass and accented with a telluride stone flanked arch entry and Hubberton Forge LED light fixtures.
We love using telluride stone as this real stone veneer is thin enough (1 – 2” thick) to easily update any remodel as it doesn’t require special engineering to accommodate the weight of traditional stones. Additionally, this product features stone corners perfect for fireplaces and columns. Accent lighting is completed with low volt halogen lighting to highlight the owners’ geode collection.
Made in Colorado, these locally made custom doors are fabricated of walnut with maple inlay. Custom rugs are a personal favorite of Kathy Speas. We’re partial to the Allure Rugs, available in Colorado Springs through Speas Interior Design.
Each home needs a focal point. We love this custom piece designed and fabricated by Andy Sikora. The log table is made from Hayman Fire ponderosa pine and iron.