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Women Reinventing Luxury Style in Colorado

Women to Watch in 2018: The females behind the scenes at Slifer Designs


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SLIFER DESIGNS

Beth Slifer, Founder + Owner (with her Cockapoo, Georgia)

Kim Toms, Managing Principal Designer

970-926-8200


Industry leader Slifer Designs has been serving discriminating clients worldwide with award-winning interior design services for over 34 years.  We are continually inspired by history, art, fashion, ongoing education and more, and take seriously the individual client’s lifestyle, time and budget. These elements are the infrastructure of each project, allowing us to create beautiful, healthy, unique, luxurious, livable spaces.

Under the creative eye of owner and founder Beth Slifer, we have paved the way for other similar firms in Colorado. Based in the heart of the Rocky Mountains, our depth of expertise and experience has allowed us to specialize in residences and commercial projects from Hawaii to Great Britain, earning national and international recognition for luxury lifestyle interior design.

Slifer Designs remains one of the only interior design firms with a warehouse that allows turnkey service to fulfill high client expectations and timelines. Aligned with Habitat for Humanity, ASID, the Vail Valley Foundation and women’s health organizations, Slifer Designs prioritizes giving back to its community and continuing education for its designers and staff.

(Left to right):

Frances Karsh, Senior Designer

Laura Butler, Design Associate

Tessa Hyatt, Interior Design

Kelly Finchem, Design Associate 

Kelsey Cole, Senior Designer

Andrea Georgopolis, Principal Designer

(Front) Yvonne Jacobs, Principal Designer

(Back) Ellyn Cocket, Designer Associate

Melissa Dombrowski, Interior Designer

Marilyn Smith-Heaney, Senior Designer

(Not pictured:) Kristen Paige, Design Associate

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