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Welcome to Speas Interior Design


An award winning Colorado Springs Interior Designer

Katherine Speas, ASID, takes interior design to a new level with Speas Interior Design.  An award winning Colorado Springs interior designer since 1982, Kathy offers light commercial and residential interior design in Colorado.  A full service interior designer, Kathy takes a hands on approach to all projects with an emphasis on architectural design, space planning, and material design that take one’s space from ordinary to extraordinary!

“Living Design”, a design method coined by Speas, incorporates how one lives in their home with their personality. With over 25 years of experience, “Living Design” starts with a master design plan focusing on a clients’ vision, needs, personality, and budget then melding them with creativity and flair to create distinctive office or home interiors that come to life.

One of Colorado Springs most sought after designers, Kathy’s services range from simple design projects that transform a house to a home to full blown remodeling and construction projects completed with husband and business partner, Andy Sikora.  As Sikora and Speas, Andy and Kathy, dramatically change their projects from average spaces into chic works of art that offer style, comfort, and livability.


Featured Blog Post

Colorado Home Trends for 2016

9News recently featured Colorado Homes and Lifestyles Magazines editor at large Rebecca Gart She said that, “2016 is the year of simplicity and elegance for home design in Colorado”.  According to Rebecca Gart, here’s what's trending in homes across the state:

1. Mixed lighting

In the kitchen featured on the January 2016 cover, you'll notice industrial lighting over the island and an elegant chandelier in the dining room. "You don't have to redo your whole kitchen, you can just redo the lighting and mixed lighting is very on trend," Gart says. A change in lighting fixtures can make a big difference in your home.

2. Unplugged family rooms

Television is no longer the center of the home (The kitchen is, says Gart). The giant television set is becoming obselete, replaced by handheld tablets and devices. More people are opting for a quiet space that is relaxed and casual, perhaps filled with a sectional sofa perfect for laying on and relaxing. Large, open spaces have intimate areas for gathering with family and friends and playing games or chatting.

3. Dramatic wall coverings


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