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If your design needs or vision are beyond the ordinary, then Interior Intuitions is the ideal kitchen and bath design team for you. The designers’ approach is to create a design that revolves around the client’s needs and responds to the “psychology of [their] space.” A perfect example of this design mantra is found in the Shaws’ kitchen. This distinguished space is composed of Interior Intuitions’ own “Intuitive Cabinetry” and distinguished flooring by Table Mountain Concrete, the perfect fit for the home and its history, which served as the Clear Creek County power plant from 1910-1930. (The structure later became a bed and breakfast, The Brookside Inn, for a few decades before coming on the market as a single-family home.)
The newest property owners, Omerod (the chef at Tommyknocker Brewery) and Tric (an interior designer) knew they wanted a “Bev kitchen,” referring to Interior Intuitions’ principal designer Bev Adams. They got exactly what they wanted. The kitchen nods to the home’s history with its motifs in styling and carpentry; it’s also the perfect place for chef Omerod to hone his craft. The 11-foot island is the perfect place to serve a spread to guests, and the 1,500-square-foot space is designed to accommodate groups as large as 50. The bar area has a mixing station, kegerator, wine storage in an under-counter refrigerator and 60-inch flat-screen TV. Honoring the character of the building and the needs of the homeowners was at the forefront in the conceptualization of this kitchen, and it shows in the finished space.