Parrish Construction

(303) 444-0032
www.parrishbuilt.com

Services Provided
We specialize in:
•Design/Build
•Remodels & New Homes
•Custom Cabinets
•Kitchens
•Baths
•Commercial Finishing
•Green Building Practices
•Landscaping
•Interior Design

Areas Served
Building and remodeling homes in Adams County, Boulder, Lafayette, Longmont, Louisville, Erie, Niwot, Superior, Golden, Jefferson County, and surrounding areas in Colorado.

Business Description
Parrish Construction and Cabinets is an award-winning design-build expert with over 40 years of experience. Certified designers start with your design ideas and dreams and create a plan that works best for you. Our craftsman then custom-build or remodel your home ensuring that your project is built to your budget–with less stress, a faster timeline, and lowered costs. From start to finish, we handle everything so you don’t have to, and you can have confidence you’re getting the best work because of single-point responsibility. Visit our Pinterest page for more ideabook images: http://pinterest.com/parrishbuilt/
Location:
Boulder, CO US 
Contact:
Larry Parrish, CR, CGR, CAPS, GACP 
Type:
 
Address:
4770 Pearl St Ste A
Boulder, CO 80301 
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I would leave the room the way it is and get a 32-36"high narrow cabinet for the space between the sink & toilet for soaps & towels. If you don't like the horizontal band of color, you can repaint the walls or cover with an awesome wall covering that is in keeping with your 'casual elegance' style. I personally don't like slate on bath floors because if feels too dark for me, and it's harder to clean, but if you do go that way, it must be sealed. Some slate can track color onto lighter carpeted areas, unless it's sealed. I agree that for drama you can concentrate on lighting--much less brain damage and money than tearing out your floors.
August 5, 2014 at 4:31PM   
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mjd232
Hi! I did some painting this weekend and as it turns out I think the canvas looks quite good on the wall you see when leaving the powder room. The image and the colors were a bit too strong for the powder room itself so I will have to tone things down a bit on the next one. This is probably a dumb question but should I paint the switch plates to blend in with the wall? Thanks.
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Ann
I LOVE your art! It pulls the colors of your floor and walls together beautifully! I put black covers on my outlets on a charcoal wall in my house. I bought them rather than painting them, but if they'll take paint, that would work.
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Sorry to be so long in responding. A steel angle iron was screwed to the wall first, to support the weight of the 'fireback', which was then glued to the wall, and the travertine stone was cut and set around it.
August 5, 2014 at 3:06PM   
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Cheryl Fennessy
I love the backsplash too. Could you tell me the color? It is Baja Cream? Thank you!!
August 2, 2014 at 12:19PM   
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I believe the travertine we used was either Oasis beige or Durango, tumbled.
August 5, 2014 at 2:58PM   
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Could I please get the color of the travertine backsplash? It is beautiful!
August 4, 2014 at 8:43AM   
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I believe the travertine we used was either Oasis beige or Durango.
August 5, 2014 at 2:57PM   
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Review by valmilazzo:

Parrish Construction completed a major remodel for us in a tight timeframe. Their work quality was excellent, especially on fine cabinetry, and they were very ...
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Review by Jeff Abrams:

The Roberts/Lehman mountain house remodel and addition was a challenge in two regards: the existing home nestled between large rock outcroppings - limiting asse...
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Review by leahlee2:

Capable professionals were selected for all phases of a big remodeling project (mostly interior). Estimates of costs were accurate. Impressive integrity. The re...
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Review by gailstorey:

We hired Parrish Construction for a total remodel of our house (down to the studs) several years ago, and more recently to do major reconstruction on several ro...
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Review by eagboulder:

We hired Parrish Construction to help with a kitchen remodel/expansion, garage expansion, and the addition of a new room. We stayed in the house during constru...
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We've worked with Daniel on several projects in the last couple of years, and have enjoyed the process. He is talented, flexible, honest, and user friendly. He ...
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