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Kimberly Gibson’s Picks

After using her expertise to beautify others’ spaces for years, Kimberly Gibson shines a light on her own dream home.

The Kitchen Nook

To nook or not to nook, that is the question—when you are defining a space in terms of cooking and dining.

Primary Colors

Yellow and blue make for bright and bold design.

Common Spaces

Designing commercial spaces is different from other interiors. When you’re creating living spaces to be used by the residents of 163 apartments, your client is, well, everyone.

Farmhouse Sinks

As part of any kitchen remodel, the question arises: “What kind of sink do you want?” Choices encompass material, color, and inevitably style. However, the move from a traditional undermount to an apron-front sink requires careful consideration.

Going Native

Although relatively new to the Denver scene, Kitchen Door Landscaping is making a major impact in terms of great design and sustainability.

A New Beginning

Marilyn D’Amore was thrilled to embark on a design project for a couple who had abandoned the Lone Star State after enduring multiple hardships—but the vast basement was a particular challenge.

Unconventional Wisdom

Caitlin Marsh of Lulu’s Furniture & Decor and her husband, Ryan, took a cozy yet unspectacular house and made it their own.

Finding Balance

The contemporary style of this home in Castle Pines is juxtaposed with raw and rugged mountain finishes.

Six Holiday Tablescapes

As the end of the year comes closer, it seems like every weekend presents itself as prime time for entertaining. However and whenever you celebrate, your table should be dressed to impress.