Brooke Stevens Interior Designer

Born and raised in Colorado, Brooke wanted to experience life on the east coast and started her higher education at University of New Hampshire, focused on Human Development and Family Studies. She went on to transfer to CSU and ultimately graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Family and Consumer Sciences. After her university experience, Brooke discovered her true passion lies in Interior Design, and earned her master’s certificate from Heritage School of Interior Design in Denver. As a newcomer to the interior design scene, Brooke has loved learning something new every day, and gaining practical knowledge and experience.

As a world class rock climber, Brooke spends her free time focused on extreme mountaineering in the beautiful Rocky Mountains. Just kidding... she’s outdoorsy in that she likes long walks on the beach with a margarita in hand. As a self-proclaimed “city girl” Brooke loves exploring the many eclectic neighborhoods and rooftop patios that Denver has to offer, but has been known to be persuaded to go white-water rafting and zip-lining through the woods as long as she can spend more time with friends and family.

Rustic Elegance


This 20,000 sq. foot new construction home is packed full of amazing features and amenities.  The huge great room that opens onto the expansive gourmet kitchen has 2-story ceilings with exposed trusses and tongue and groove ceilings.  The kitchen is a true chef’s dream with 2 islands, 3 dishwashers and completely integrated refrigerator and freezer. Behind the gourmet kitchen is an expansive butler’s pantry that also has additional ovens, sink, dishwasher, and refrigerator.  The owners wanted their home to feel warm with a rustic touch. To achieve this we incorporated reclaimed wood floors throughout the main level and added industrial touches of concrete and steel. In the basement, we had fun with a custom designed antelope wallpaper in the game area, offset by a shiny tin ceiling. The round bar is another focal point of this home accented by the radius wood and tin ceiling as well as snakeskin panels on the front of the bar. Around the corner is the wine cellar with stone walls and a custom backlit display made of a reclaimed factory gear.