More than a residential design service, our purpose is to make spaces more meaningful. We’re the only full-service interior design firm in Denver, CO that specializes in both environmentally and socially-conscious interiors.
Known for our carefully curated, organic, and modern style, our award-winning work has been published in Sunset, Colorado Homes & Lifestyles, Luxe Magazine, and 5280 Home. Our founder, Anna Elyce Smith, has been repeatedly recognized for changing the interior design industry and the Denver design scene for the better.
From vintage thrift store finds to one-of-a-kind artisan-made objects, we help you collect pieces that match your aesthetic while supporting the Colorado economy. Additionally, we source the latest fair-trade, socially-responsible goods from our growing list of vetted vendors.
Older homes hold particular appeal for us, as they inherently come with a story. Our founder, Anna, studied the history of decorative arts at both Sotheby’s in London and the Smithsonian in Washington D.C., where she dug into material culture—the physical objects, resources, and spaces that societies create. She saw how meaningful the objects in our home can be. She fell in love with the possibilities.
And that’s really how this all began—with curiosity and a desire to create spaces with a sense of connection.
Style: Earthy, organic, and warm.
Dream house: A 19th century homestead on a quiet Vermont lake.
Object in my home I’d save first in a fire: The antique stamp box my son carried our rings in at our wedding, given by my dad and etched with the mountains where my husband and I grew up (and were married).
Favorite local resource: Cedar & Hyde in Boulder.
Style: Rooted in Wabi-Sabi - the appreciation for the imperfect and natural - with an added retro flair of mid-century.
Dream house: A 1700s colonial with fireplaces in every room.
Object in my home I’d save first in a fire: My circa 1900 Hawkeye picnic basket filled with all of my crafting materials and my dad’s cigar box.
Favorite local resource: Golden Farmer’s Market, The Ten Penny Store, and Cedar & Hyde
Style: A combination of California-cool and timelessly classic. Smart tailoring layered with organic forms and textured materiality.
Dream house: A warm, naturally-lit San Francisco Victorian with a lush outdoor space and bay views.
Object in my home I’d save first in a fire: My great-grandparent's silver tea kettle and kiddush cups, my father's donegal sweater, and my childhood bear.
Favorite local resource: I love Union Station farmers market!
Style: Mid-century and welcoming, with plenty of layered textures mixed in. And a touch of curated whimsy, for fun!
Dream house: In the high country, featuring lots of big windows and indoor-outdoor spaces. And, of course, a greenhouse.
Object in my home I’d save first in a fire: Our kids' baby books and family photos, a painting of our wedding location created by my dad, and an antique jade ring from my Grandmother.
Favorite local resource: Some of my go-tos include Denver's Wild Flowers, Lulu's Furniture & Decor, Homebody, and Revampt Goods.
Style: A blend of warm-toned southwestern with bohemian. Lots of organic textures and materials.
Dream house: A stucco bungalow in Tucson or Joshua Tree with a meandering Tuscan-style garden and a building workshop.
Object in my home I’d save first in a fire: Our wedding album and our two dogs, Flea and Chai, and cat, Louie.
Favorite local resource: City Floral for their amazing plant selection and Brass Armadillo for everything else.