Kids Play

Creating a relaxing retreat for your kids requires patience, negotiation and an eye for style. Vail Design at Altitude column By Yvonne Jacobs Just as your home is your haven, your kids’ rooms are their place to retreat, relax, unwind and feel totally at home. That said, designing for kids is a bit different than… Read more »

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Big Design in Small Spaces

Principal Kim Toms’ project – a loft condo in Avon – recently caught the eye of Denver Life Home + Design.  Toms’ made the cozy condo feel spacious, airy and welcoming for the homeowner who is spending more and time in the mountains… maybe because he has an inspired space to stay! Less is More… Read more »

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A Tub with a View

A soaking tub set beside an expansive window with mountain views and clear-glass shower creates an unparalleled master suite bathroom. Principal Andrea Georgopolis designed a contemporary mountain home for this family; Dering Hall recognized the clean lines and spacious room in a recent feature. Check out the other projects showcasing “46 Sprawling Master Bath Suites” here…. Read more »

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Mastering the Bedroom

Clean Design Creates a Welcoming Retreat Master bedrooms should feel like a retreat and this spacious, airy one found high above the town, certainly does. Showcased in Dering Hall this master features expansive windows, clean lines, easy neutrals, a pop of color and comfortable seating make this a haven for the owner. Check out the… Read more »

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Wood Completes the Look

Wood paneling has come a long way – today wood walls add an architectural element and a coziness to home. Dering Hall recognized such a project, designed by Principal Yvonne Jacobs, in Snowmass. The natural light plays nicely off the horizontal wood walls. Check out the other projects showcasing “40 Inviting Rooms with Wood Walls” here…. Read more »

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Heat It Up

A fireplace brings more than warmth to a home. Vail Design at Altitude column By Kim Toms A fireplace is much more than a place to heat your toes – it’s an architectural feature that brings an overall warmth and sense of appeal to your home. Odds are if you are considering designing a new… Read more »

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Yellow: A Color for Every Season

Yellow brings bursts of energy and a feeling of freshness to the home. Vail Design at Altitude column By Andrea Georgopolis Yellow is known to add cheeriness to a home. Thoughts of daffodils in the spring, the bold sunshine come summer and vibrant sunflowers come fall can’t help but bring a smile to your face…. Read more »

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Tranquility – A Vail Valley Magazine Feature

Nestled high above Vail in an aspen grove is a home with natural fibers, rift-sawn, white oak, expansive windows and a mid-century modern flair, thanks to Yvonne Jacobs, principal, and Kelsey Cole, designer. This home, featured in the summer issue of Vail Valley Magazine, is exactly what the owners dreamed of for years. Read the… Read more »

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Vail’s First Lady of Design

Beth Slifer was recognized in this month’s issue of Mountain Living for her design prowess – not to mention her influence in the mountain design community. She dishes on the past, present and future trends, and why good design is so important for everyone. Check out the full article here and below: Vail’s Design Vanguard… Read more »

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Bring on the Fourth

The Fourth of July is a time to celebrate summer, friendships and the red, white and blue. Vail Design at Altitude column By Yvonne Jacobs It is no secret that the Fourth of July is almost as big as Christmas around here – we are not afraid to go all out with the red-white-and-blue theme…. Read more »

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