The 2011 Denver Designer Show House

1625 was the first home built on Gilpin Street in Country Club over a century ago. It is a home filled with wonderful history. In 2011, 28 interior designers from Denver, Vail and Aspen transformed this grand old Tudor and in the process raised $70,000 for Children’s Hospital Colorado. The home was for sale after the Show House closed and it has since sold.
Participating Designers: Amy Corrigan, Ashley Campbell, Joanne Brutsch, Ingrid Fretheim, Michelle Buquet, Laura Abramson Pritchard of Camellia Interiors, Christine Hunter, Mikhail Dantes of D+D Interiors and Town Studio, Jennifer Medoff of Dragonfly Designs, Tonya Frank of Dromma Designs, Stuart Hough and Lynne Hanna of Eurasian Interiors, Ramey Caulkins of Griffin Design Source, Kelly Zibell and Mary Knape of Knape & Zibell Interior Design, Inc., Kristina de Atucha, Susan Ferrier of McAlpine, Booth and Ferrier Interiors, Danielle Lake and Joe McGuire, Tony Torres, Lisa Kanning, Nadia Hartman Watts, Petra Richards, Kristina Sterling, Sarah Carr, Amy Lee Casey of Slifer Designs and Carolyn Baker of Koshi Baker Designs.

The 2010 Denver Designer Show House

took place at 100 Vine Street, one of Country Club’s most stately historic properties. Designed by local architect and philantropist Temple Buell for his brother-in-law in 1929, this home is known to have been Buell’s favorite. Almost 1000 people attended the Show House event and raised over $13,000 for The Children’s Hospital. The home was available for sale in Spring 2010. Following The Show House event, it was purchased.

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