Anna Fisher (Beckony Kitchens & Baths)

(719) 635-4444
www.beckony.com

Services Provided
Design, cabinetry sales, product specifying and sales, construction, installation

Areas Served
Colorado Springs, CO, Central Colorado, El Paso County, Teller County, Pueblo County, Monument, Castle Rock

Business Description
Kitchen and Bath Design, Kitchen and Bath Remodeler, Whole Home Remodels, General Contractors, Cabinetry Installers, historic preservation, Historic home remodeling, built-in design, custom cabinetry design

Certification and Awards
2012 Saratoga Showcase of Homes Best Master Bath, 2012 Saratoga Showcase of Homes Realtor's Choice for Best Luxury Home, 2011 Vanguard Showcase Parlor Design, Whole Home Cabinetry Design Capital Region Parade of Homes 2013
Location:
Colorado Springs, CO US 
Contact:
Anna Fisher 
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Address
518 S Nevada Ave,
Colorado Springs, Colorado,
United States, 80903 
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Lisa M.
My current house does not have an open concept family/kitchen room. I would have preferred it... Now that I am actually in my new space it doesn't bother me. Instead of the whole house looking messy, it's more confined to one room. My kids are not babies anymore and I don't have the need to keep my eyes on them every minute.
last Wednesday at 11:13am     
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YourCeiling
I know several people that prefer an open concept room; however I would rather have two separate areas in my home. I enjoy having the kitchen or dining area, and then being able to walk away from it all and relax in the living room area.
last Wednesday at 11:33am     
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Anna Fisher (Beckony Kitchens & Baths) added 1 photo to ideabook: Modern Exterior
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bgfuqua
porter paint velvet white
April 4, 2014 at 11:34pm   
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Benjamin Moore Pashmina.
April 5, 2014 at 4:55pm   
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lepstein
MS Colors: I so agree that bold colours often read as neutrals when used correctly. I used a bold yellow (BM Dance de Soleil) throughout my 600 sq ft addition and, not only do I love it (it makes me want to dance!), but others also give me kudos. It goes with so many other colour schemes and has so much more life to it than beige, grey or greige.
January 22, 2014 at 11:27pm   
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armipeg
I like both, but mostly i'm a beige/brown/neutral lover. I also love to add bright colors for some pop. But I stay away from neon and pastel colors. Well I mean for rooms/buildings.
January 23, 2014 at 12:35am   
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Daisy Taylor
While coloured tiles look amazing, I would use neutral tiles for a few reason including this one: that you can transform your bathroom by changing the colour of towels, change up the shower curtain, change paint colour etc to keep your bathroom up to date while keeping the tiles neutral. You will never tire of your bathroom with neutral tiles.
April 6, 2014 at 6:50am     
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bct24
Love Color but tile is a long term commitment. Safer to go neutral then add color with paint.
April 6, 2014 at 6:53am     
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Anna Fisher (Beckony Kitchens & Baths) added 1 photo to ideabook: Modern Exterior
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