Making Every Opening a Design Opportunity

Reinventing the landmark family Home of Scott Schmid, TruStile’s CEO.

The Design Opportunity

The Schmid family’s home was designed in the 1920s by Burnham Hoyt, the architect of the famous Red Rocks Amphitheater outside Denver, CO.

With the decision to remodel, the Schmids selected an experienced team that would respect Hoyt’s design. Ekman Design, an architecture firm with an active historic renovation practice, happily took up the challenge. Robbins Weiner, a top Denver interior design firm, also joined the team.

TS3010 in paint-grade poplar with custom linen fold panel to match existing cabinetry.

Tradition Meets Innovation

The design team really rose to the challenge, using the doors as a lead element that directed the project.

After learning about the full capabilities of TruStile, the team walked through each room of the home and thought about how interior doors would fit into each space’s layout.

VG1000 closet doors in MDF with applied crossbucks. Pocket door features built-in mirror

Doors That Fit Their Space

Each space had doors designed into it, and the door choices throughout the home wove together to create an impactful interior design.

TS2210 in MDF and White Lami glass

Let Light Shine In

More glass was used throughout the home than normal which brought in light and gave more depth to the rooms.”

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