Custom Colorado

This custom-built home sits mid-run on Peak 8 in Breckenridge, Colorado. Rustic mountain ideas were streamlined to meet a contemporary vision, bringing the outside in with gorgeous windows and materials that traverse from the eaves to the ceilings, the beams to the columns. The sleek styling leaves you wondering if you’re inside or out. The mountains are calling…

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328 Design interior design custom home built in Breckenridge, CO material design and selection

Pike's Shadow


With the beauty of Pike's Peak just out the window, creating a design that embraced the view, complimented it, and turned the occupants mind to rest was our task. Pops of color and beautiful texture were used to create a harmony that leaves you feeling peaceful and perfectly at home in this contemporary sanctuary

Interior Design with contemporary chairs and nesting coffee table and custom art furnishings
Powder bathroom furnished with pedestal sink and silver light highlighting color in wallpaper
Gold lighting decorated with blue pillows and loveseat furnished with custom selected throw pillows and art

1950s No More


In a 60 year-old house space isn't designed for modern, open living. A main level that was split into a sequestered kitchen, an eating nook for 4, and a hallway to nowhere left everyone in a different room. But with the simple removal of a couple walls, an addition of an island, and an incredibly versatile built-in, this 1950s Denver ranch became a modern entertaining haven.

Open kitchen with white quartz counter and modern bar stools and built in. stove in island and 328 interior design group - chance lanphear photography
Kitchen entertaining design open shelves and stove oven stainless appliances
Modern open shelving for dishes and an interior design flair in colorado with an accent backsplash
custom built-in with bench seating and oversize storage walnut and display shelves white pendant lights in kitchen 

Outdated to Contemporary Art Deco


With the help of 5 steel beams and a large dose of creativity, the 1926 home's original 4 room layout was combined into one large space. What was once a segmented home, disjointed and separated, is now something unexpected and glorious, a beautiful open room in which to live, create, cook, and entertain

Kitchen and dining with farmhouse sink and open windows
dark table with yellow accent chairs great room
dark cabinet white counter glass knob

Updates to an Angled Custom


A non-traditional and beautiful eat in kitchen. A contemporary rustic bar with clean lines and stone.  Every inch of the public space was remade, designing the small pantry and laundry room to be the main hub of the kitchen and combining small and impractical rooms into a magnificent work space

Granite counter and redesigned bar with stone backsplash
Open kitchen interior with glass tile backsplash and gas stove