Speas Interior Design's latest specialty space is this home gym. The room is part of an entire lower level redesign and remodel project, that turned this previously unfinished storage area into a perfect place to sweat! Photograph by Paul Kohlman.
Our latest laundry room remodel took this small space and made it more functional. Before our remodel, this laundry room was a dead-end off of the garage. Speas Interior Design flipped the cabinets to the opposite wall so they could create a walk-through from the master suite closet to this room. This enabled greater ease in washing laundry. At the same time, the cabinet space was tripled by adding taller upper cabinets to house more items.
Our latest office remodel.
Ambiance is crucial to a wine cellar. This inspired space features custom lighting, porcelain tile, faux finish ceiling, hand painted wine label accent tiles and faux finish beams.
The entry into the wine cellar includes a hand painted (and fired) welcome mat (The Keepers of the Cellar by Judy Wrede), a custom stone faux finish entry, and a handcrafted curved knotty alder door with etched glass window.
Enjoy fine wine and fine cigars in this intimate seating area with low volt pendant lighting, Telluride stone, and designer selected furniture and accessories.
Creative design allows homeowners to work and play in the same spaces! Kathy thoughtfully blends the family room of this contemporary Colorado home with his and hers office spaces to maximize this extraordinary room. Design features include plush furniture, hand made tables, custom made book cases, wood beams, hand scraped floors, custom lighting, luxurious rugs, and so much more.
Sustainable Living is seen at it’s finest in this passive solar designed sunroom with redwood ceiling, porcelain tile, custom brushed nickel light fixtures, and antique carrousel animals used to accent this space.
The old world inspired custom town home remodel also included creating a productive "personal space" for this homeowner who asked us to transform an unused bedroom into a hub of activity for her home office.
Looking for a unique addition to your home? Consider the latest trend by adding a custom wine cellar in unused spaces. This wine cellar was a creation of partner Andy Sikora, Sikora Creations. The space was literally hand dug (removing dirt one bucket at a time) by the team at Sikora Creations from underneath the stairs of this west side town home. The space includes sipping table and bar, concrete floors, custom lighting, and plenty of ambiance.