The Canvas Home Reveal
Denver-based Guest House is just about the coolest thing to happen to the local maker scene in Colorado. The company takes incredible homes new to the market and stages them with the best in modern design — with a caveat: almost everything in each house was made right here in Denver, and each space is completely shoppable. That’s right – the best in Colorado design, all in one place!
You may remember we partnered with Guest House earlier this year on the Cherokee Loft – and now we’re at it again, this time with the incredible Canvas Series 05 house. Designed by architects Michael P. Johnson and Christian Butler with interiors by Mark Knudson of Sovereign, this beautiful 3,000 sq ft space was the perfect backdrop to everything Guest House has to offer.
We had so much fun collaborating with and getting to know the creatives that make the Denver design scene unique, and are so proud of what they have accomplished here. The Butler House is open for shopping by appointment (book yours now) but everything you see here is also available online. Below each image you’ll find links to the products we used – many of which are exclusive to Guest House and completely one-of-a-kind.
Click through to learn more about the maker and the story behind each piece.
We are lucky to have been able to partner with Snowe on the bedding and tableware and Interior Define on the upholstery, which means if you book an appointment you can experience their products in person for a limited time. As designers we know how important it is to touch, feel, see, and sit on everything you buy, but with so many retail companies going digital that keeps getting trickier. That’s the beauty of Guest House – it’s a real home, ready for you to explore!
A giant, heartfelt thank you to all the artists, furniture makers, ceramicists, vintage dealers, etc. without whom this home wouldn’t have been possible!
Tell us your thoughts below and check us out on Instagram for a look behind-the-scenes at what it took to pull all this together.
Photography by Brandon Lopez.