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2018 ASID Holiday Party

Design aficionados gathered to toast another successful year

Photos by Be Boulder Photography

Design aficionados and members of The Colorado Chapter of the American Society of Interior Designers came together to clink champagne flutes and celebrate the design accomplishments of the year on December 18th.

The annual soirée was hosted at the Governor’s Residence at the Boettcher Mansion, where ASID members transform each room of the home for the Governor’s Residence Preservation Fund during the holiday season.

An emblem of Colorado’s culture and history, visitors got the chance to roam through the mansion’s themed rooms while connecting with other design professionals from ASID. This year, the décor was inspired by Colorado’s design through the decades, from a 1920’s Broadmoor Hotel-inspired dining room to a Ralph Lauren-esque Western library.

The evening included live jazz and blues rhythms from Fusion Juice Jazz, as well as libations from the Martini Bar sponsored by The Closet Factory, for attendees to enjoy alongside the company of interior design peers.

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