Remodel

Keep Up with These Four Kitchen Trends

As the end of summer draws near we tend to spend more time in one of the home’s prime gathering space - the kitchen. When we are designing kitchens we try to look for unique ways to connect users to views, outdoor light and adjacent...

How to Go All-In on Outdoor Living

Many of the homeowners who hire our team at Vertical Arts have a desire to maximize their outdoor living space. Whether it be to take advantage of the scenery or to create shared family spaces, we are always up for the challenge. From Boulder to...

Mid-Century Modern Revamped for Modern Family of Seven

When Lori and Shan Dagli purchased their mid-century, split-level home in Bow Mar, Colorado, they knew a facelift was in order. As a blended family with three boys and two girls spanning ages 7 to 15 at the time they started their remodel, creating a...

Drab to Fab: Uncovering Your Condo’s True Potential with a Remodel

Steamboat’s heaps of snow are melting, temperatures are timidly warming and we’re trading in our skis and snowboards for bikes and paddleboards. It’s the time of year when homeowners turn their attention to spring cleaning and dust off their home improvement wishlists....

A Treehouse Home Renovation

Our clients were in need of a renovation in their existing treehouse home’s living area and kitchen. The existing space was dark and closed off, making the overall flow in the house less than ideal. The Vertical Arts team opened up the wall between the...

Turning A Unique Dream Into A Reality

Vertical Arts Architecture recently began a remodel project for a longtime collaborator and recent client, Josh Mabe of Twenty1Five. Twenty1Five creates sustainable designs from reclaimed wood and we have worked with Josh on creating some custom pieces for us in the past. ...