Luxury, sustainable, and comfortable – three words we’re bringing into the new year! In our latest blog post, we share 6 luxurious and sustainable upgrades to consider making to your home. They strike a balance of both practical and aesthetically pleasing. Before you make your new year’s resolution, be sure to check this blog out!
A new year often means you’re looking at your home a little more critically. Are there opportunities to make your spaces more comfortable, dynamic, exciting, or productive? One of the most frequently refreshed rooms is the home office. If you’re someone looking to remodel your office space this year, check out our blog post to make it a productive, comfortable, and stylish space.
According to The American Institute of Stress, 33% of Americans report feeling extreme stress. While interior design can’t help someone completely overcome something like anxiety and depression, it can make a significant difference in your overall mental health. Learn more about how an interior designer can keep your mental health top of mind when designing your space.
Intentional design choices are no longer just about how they look in your home, they’re also about how they impact the planet. Luckily, tile is a type of flooring that has many sustainable options. We explore some of the more sustainable choices, and one that you should avoid at all costs in our most recent blog post.
European Modern is an ideal style for a forever home because it never goes out of style. The style utilizes old world touches such as stone, intricately carved wood, and a neutral color palette, in tandem with modern day finishes that are practical for the way we live today. The European Modern style seamlessly straddles old and new to create a homey space. Learn more about this design style in our latest blog.
54% of Americans feel less excited about the holidays because of the trash we accumulate… and that trash starts with decorations. Rather than ba-humbug your holiday cheer, we’ve got lots of great ideas of how to decorate your home sustainably this holiday season. You may be surprised how moving away from plastic trinkets can actually complement and elevate your interior design, all while being festive, merry, and bright!
While it may seem like the game-plan for demo play is simply to start kicking down walls and demolishing cabinets with sledge hammers, there is a lot of work that goes into getting a home ready for demo day. Set your sledge hammers down and read this blog post to make sure you don’t miss a step!
In 2021, Eco-Friendly Furniture was a $34.2 billion dollar market. That number will almost double in the next five years. Which is great news for consumers looking to make their homes more sustainable. We’ve gathered 9 beautiful, sustainable, and functional pieces that would be a great addition to any home. From tiles, to rugs, to lighting, there are sustainable options!
While it may seem as though mid century modern design is having a moment, it’s never really gone out of style. From its simple form to its functionality, there’s a reason folks are flocking to ranch style homes with big windows, simple floor plans, and natural aesthetics.
Cradle to Cradle certification is a seal of approval that the product you are purchasing doesn’t harm people or the planet. At the end of its life cycle, the product is completely biodegradable, or is able to be broken down into parts and upcycled. But, those aren’t the only benefits. Check out our latest blog post to learn more about the cradle to cradle process.
Residential or commercial, at Spark Interiors we specialize in modern, full-service, eco-conscious remodels and renovations. We are a Denver-based interior design firm serving clients from the Metro Area to the Vail Valley, and everywhere in between.