Denver Life Magazine Designer Showhouse – Part II

Denver Life Magazine Designer Showhouse – Part II

When Kim McInnes and Nikki Holt of Kimberly Timmons Interiors were selected to participate in this year’s annual Denver Life Magazine Designer Showhouse charity event, the KTI design duo was looking forward to working alongside dozens of top-notch Denver-area designers, architects and vendors, and experiencing an “eclectic mixing of materials and cutting-edge design trends.” What the two designers didn’t expect is their design debut in the residential side of the business would end up landing them on the cover of this month’s Denver Life Magazine. To be precise, it was actually McInnes’ and Holt’s reimagined dining room that made the September cover. Nonetheless, the inspiring cover was another opportunity for the KTI organization to celebrate Denver’s high-profile philanthropic fall event. For the third consecutive year, the monthlong Denver Life Magazine Designer Showhouse event, which officially ended Sept. 24, was a collaborative effort between the magazine and leading area-builders, architects and designers with one charitable goal in mind: help raise more than $35,000 for Habitat for Humanity of Metro Denver. The Denver home completely remodeled this year and opened for public viewing from Sept. 9-24 was a 1930s-circa Tudor-style home located in Denver’s Bonnie Brae neighborhood. Originally a modest one-story, 1,200-square-foot home, by the time Caliber Construction, Alvarez Morris Architecture and 13 different interior design firms finished with the project, the Tudor home almost tripled in size above ground and turned into an eye-opening, two-story home true to its Tudor roots with a “timeless modern feel.” And the resplendent dining room McInnes and Holt redesigned certainly did not disappoint. With the fortunate assignment of designing the open-air front dining room,...
Featured in Profile Magazine as an Industry Leader.

Featured in Profile Magazine as an Industry Leader.

When hard work and passion pay off, it looks like an article in Profile Magazine along with other women who are breaking through the glass ceiling like Gail Grimmett of Delta Airlines, and Susan B. Ericksen who leads the IT brand of New York Life Insurance Company. I am honored and humbled by this feature article, and am thrilled to share it with you here. Click Here to view the...
Golf Inc. Magazine Honors KTI with 2010 Best Clubhouse of the Year Award

Golf Inc. Magazine Honors KTI with 2010 Best Clubhouse of the Year Award

Golf Inc. honored Kimberly Timmons Interiors (KTI) with the 2010 award for the Best Clubhouse of the year in the remodel/renovation category. The award highlighted KTI and SJH Studio for their dramatic re-design of the 36,000 sq. ft. Tonto Verde Golf Clubhouse, located in Rio Verde, AZ. The Golf Inc. competition has been attracting the highest-level projects from around the country. “This year’s entrants were the epitome of distinctive architectural expression,” said Katrina Cavagnaro, publisher of Golf Inc. Magazine. “The honorees stood above a very strong crowd with both modern and traditional styles.” Tonto Verde Clubhouse project overview and highlights: The design renovation concept evolved from collaboration with the Architects of SHJ Studio and Kimberly Timmons Interiors. The challenge of this project was to maintain the architectural character of the existing 14-year-old clubhouse while transforming the generic Southwest interior into a warm, inviting, vibrant social center for its members. The entire clubhouse was renovated to include functional requirements such as additional fitness areas, enhanced social activities, expanded and improved restroom facilities, enlarged kitchen services, increased administrative areas, as well as addressing the outdoor pool and lounge areas with sun protective elements. Tonto Verde Lounge Our goal was to create a timeless space that reflected and incorporated the amazing mountain views set within the spectacular native Sonoran desert. The use of  materials, colors, and details such as wood beams, timber decking, hand carved furnishings, leather, Navajo rugs, Indian pottery and commissioned art work combined to create a more fully realized Santa Fe style clubhouse. Tonto Verde Cimarron Dining Finally, beyond the function and aesthetics was a desire to maintain and...
KTI Project Featured in Local IIDA Online Publication

KTI Project Featured in Local IIDA Online Publication

March 23, 2011 -In case you missed it, the Rocky Mountain Chapter of IIDA posted a link on their local chapter blog of the interview Kimberly Timmons conducted for the national IIDA Design Matters blog series In Spaces.  The article features the  Robson Communities La Hacienda Club, a clubhouse resort located in Oracle, AZ which was honored with the 2011 NAHB Nationals Silver Award for the Best Clubhouse. La Hacienda Club Lobby in Oracle, Arizona To see the blog entry, visit http://www.iidarmc.org/?p=1242. To see more photographs of this stunning project, visit our portfolio on our website at...
KTI Project Featured in IIDA Online Publication

KTI Project Featured in IIDA Online Publication

March 21, 2011 – Kimberly Timmons is interviewed for an article about the  Robson Communities La Hacienda Club project in the IIDA Design Matters blog series In Spaces. La Hacienda Club is a clubhouse resort located in Oracle, AZ and has been honored with the 2011 NAHB Nationals Silver Award for the Best Clubhouse. La Hacienda Club – Esperanza Spa Lobby To see the article, visit In Spaces online at http://iidahq.wordpress.com/2011/03/21/in-spaces-interior-designer-kimberly-timmons-on-the-la-hacienda-club/. Information about IIDA can be found at...
KTI Awards Featured in Design Publication

KTI Awards Featured in Design Publication

December 2010 / January 2011 – Kimberly Timmons Interiors is featured in the opening pages of an article about the ASID Colorado’s 2010 Crystal Awards in the latest issue of Sources and Design magazine. The article recognizes KTI for receiving the Judge’s Merit Award, the highest honor in the competition, as well as the award for Best Hospitality Design under 10,000 square feet, both for TAG Restaurant in Downtown Denver’s LoDo district. TAG Restaurant in Denver, Colorado It was Chef/owner Troy Guard’s vision to create a restaurant that reflects his unique personal style and flair with a New York vibe. He and his wife, Leigh Sullivan-Guard, played an integral role in the design of the restaurant. The wine library (pictured above) was a collaborative effort with Paul Allmeyer of Ideations, who engineered and fabricated the final product. Spectrum General Contractors worked their magic in bringing our designs to life. Many of the materials used throughout the restaurant were recycled and repurposed. The modern architectural details unite with the historic character of the building to produce an eclectic fusion of old and new, ultimately creating a casual sophisticated setting with a New York vibe that will draw you in with its warmth and inviting Denver hospitality. To see the article, visit Sources and Design magazine online at http://www.sourcesanddesign.com/archives/1101/SD-Dec-Jan-11.pdf. The article about the ASID Colorado’s 2010 Crystal Awards begins on page 38 of the publication. Information about ASID and the Crystal Awards can be found at www.asid.org. For more information about TAG restaurant, visit their website at...