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The Best and Brightest in Colorado

Here are some of the top trade professionals and products in our state’s growing home-design industry



Photo courtesy Character Builders Colorado, Inc.

If the latest generation of design blogs and home-makeover television shows is any indication, every home design or improvement challenge has a quick DIY fix. But in reality, tackling these projects on your own can lead to frustration, mistakes, and wasted time and money. 

If you’re planning to invest in your home, the best first step you can take is to develop relationships with trade professionals, from architects and custom builders to interior designers and kitchen designers. Forget the idea that these experts are just for top-dollar projects. Industry pros can actually save you money (and precious time) by creating a solid budget and plan of action, helping you avoid costly mistakes, and increasing the quality and value of your home. Through them, you enjoy access to an entire world of to-the-trade products and resources that would otherwise be out of reach, plus extensive networks of reliable subcontractors. 

On the following pages, we’ll introduce you to some of the best and brightest trade professionals and products in Colorado’s growing home-design industry, plus the products and showrooms they rely on to create one-of-a-kind spaces that look—and feel—perfectly pulled together. 

These design pros were featured in the September/October 2018 issue of Colorado Homes & Lifestyles magazine. You can see the section as it originally appeared here:

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