PowerSmith Design
12 Reviews
We're a full-line Kitchen and Bath Interior Design firm that designs and manages renovation projects in Chicago and Denver. Our services include: floor plan layout, hiring contracted services, design assessment and creation, purchases, deliveries, budgeting, including any and all implementation of materials and additional services crafted to your needs. Our created spaces are elegant, sophisticated and transitional. We've experience with every dimension of the home including kitchens, baths, closets and home decor.

Services Provided
Attic Conversion, Basement Design, Bathroom Design, Bedroom Design, Dining Room Design, Furniture Selection, Home Office Design, Interior Design, Kitchen Design, Kitchen Remodeling, Living Room Design, Mudroom Design, Playroom Design, Space Planning, Sunroom Design & Construction
Contact: Tana Powers
Location: 3153 Depew Street
Denver, CO 80214
Typical Job Costs: $30,000 - 2 million
Design fee is included in the above job cost minimum. Project cost varies depending scope of work and client customizations.
Commented: I love the wood accents. Where can I find a pocket door like this one? Thank you for the compliment on our work! We had this door made custom at the Square Nail in Chicago (http://www.squarenailchicago.com/). You may be able to find a similar shop near you. If not, an i...
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Commented: Shelves These are custom made from materials purchased at Home Depot. I think you would be able to find tutorials on how to make these on-line and I have seen some similar "kits" being sold on Etsy....
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Commented: Shelving support Thank you for the question. We were able to use the studs in this kitchen- it's actually very small.
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Commented: Bar project The hardware is called "Lexa" and is made by Jeffrey Alexander.
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Commented: What is the countertop? The countertop is Virginia Mist Granite. It's even more striking in person.
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Commented: Dimentions The width is 7' 2" and that is a standard range.
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