Interior Designer Jeffrey P. Elliott has been in the biz for over two decades and has worked with Aztec since 1997. Scroll along as we explore his well-curated collection of past projects and how to get the looks for each aesthetic that nods to the history of the decorative arts.
“Our clients were passionate about restoring a Denver mid-century residence to its authentic “California Cool” glamour. Originally, the ranch-style floor plan was carpeted and we decided to reinstall wall-to-wall carpet instead of replacing it with the expected wood flooring. This was a scandalous decision that raised many eyebrows. In the back of my mind, I knew of the various commercial woven carpet lines that Aztec offers.”
Art Deco Dream
“For this contemporary residence located in Evergreen, I wanted to reimagine the stream-lined Art Deco style using the crisp, muted and clean-lined aesthetic of Scandinavia.”
Cherry Creek Contemporary
“To complement the quiet palette of this Cherry Creek townhome, we selected Barzini, a subtlety-toned geometric patterned wool product from Bloomsburg. In the spirit of the great master decorater David Hicks, nothing adds more personality to a room than a defined geometric pattern.”