Photograph courtesy of Duet Design Group in Denver, Colorado

Most of us have spent the majority of the last year at home, prompting thoughts of ways to refresh our rooms—or daydreams about an all-encompassing revamp. For those seeking to make their abodes more beautiful and functional, we asked our editors in the western portion of the U.S. to recommend professional interior designers in their areas who can help make their clients’ design dreams come true. Whether clean and modern is your interiors M.O., classic comfort is more your look, or your sensibility is refined rustic, these design experts are ready to take your home to new heights.

Denver, Colorado

FIRM: Duet Design Group
LOCATION: Denver, Colorado
WHAT THEY DO: Duet Design Group is a full-service, luxury interior design firm that has a reputation for perfection and impeccable service.
WHAT OUR EDITOR SAYS: “Co-founders Devon and Miranda go above and beyond for all of their clients to make each design job seamless, from meeting with clients at the beginning of the job to install day,” says The Scout Guide Denver editor Leigh Gordon. 

FIRM: Kaleidoscope Design
LOCATION: Denver, Colorado
WHAT THEY DO: This group expertly balances form, function, human need, art, and science to magnify the potential of every project.
WHAT OUR EDITOR SAYS: “Principal designer and owner Cassy Poole and her team at Kaleidoscope are amazing and true collaborators in every step of the design journey,” says Leigh Gordon, editor of The Scout Guide Denver. “This team will not disappoint as they make a point to balance design and function.”

Aspen, Colorado

Photography by Brooke Casillas Photography

FIRM: Kristin Dittmar Design
LOCATION: Aspen, Colorado
WHAT THEY DO: Clean and modern mountain elegance that is a refreshing pivot on the traditional mountain home.
WHAT OUR EDITOR SAYS: “Kristin has her finger on the pulse of a modern, yet cozy, look that is truly timeless,” says Amy Groom, co-editor of The Scout Guide Aspen. “Her marble sinks are our absolute favorite for any home. Using natural light and colors are her signature, which allows the interior spaces to flow seamlessly outside to the Colorado bluebird days.”

Park City, Utah

FIRM: AMB Design
LOCATION: Park City, Utah
WHAT THEY DO: Anne Marie Barton draws upon classic roots with modern expression. Her designs are livable, organic, and modern.
WHAT OUR EDITOR SAYS: “Anne Marie layers texture and elements of both modern and vintage to create beautiful and livable spaces,” says Suzanne Dildy, editor of The Scout Guide Park City. “Also, I love the way she mixes in organic ingredients to bring energy and a natural, fresh simplicity to the mix, which looks absolutely stunning in mountain homes.”

Jackson Hole, Wyoming

Snake River Interiors Living Room
Photography by Lindley Rust

FIRM: Snake River Interiors
LOCATION: Jackson Hole, Wyoming
WHAT THEY DO: Every aspect of Snake River Interiors’s process is tailored to their clients—their wants, their needs, their realities. Together, they make a house a home—whether building a new residence, remodeling, or refreshing.
WHAT OUR EDITOR SAYS: “Snake River Interiors are a blend of playful edginess of L.A. design and classically traditional East coast aesthetic, combining these experiences with our prominent Jackson roots to work from a broader canvas, crafting unparalleled designs to the mountain environments,” says Jill King, editor of The Scout Guide Jackson Hole.

FIRM: Elevated Living by Stockton & Shirk
LOCATION: Jackson Hole, Wyoming
WHAT THEY DO: Elevated Living is a full-service residential and commercial design firm with 30 years of experience. They strive to make each space they design as unique as the people they serve.
WHAT OUR EDITOR SAYS: “The design team at Elevated Living offers a fresh look for a mountain lifestyle with vaulted ceilings, bright metallic fixtures, and minimal window treatments that let light in and give their ‘look’ a mountain modern aesthetic,” says Jill King, editor of The Scout Guide Jackson Hole

FIRM: Jacque Jenkins-Stireman Design
LOCATION: Jackson Hole, Wyoming
WHAT THEY DO: JJS Design is known for creating one-of- a-kind spaces that revolve around real life.
WHAT OUR EDITOR SAYS: “Jacque’s firm is dedicated to pushing the limits of design with innovative solutions that matter to their clients,” says Jill King, editor of The Scout Guide Jackson Hole. “Customized for each person and project, JJS Design establishes both design and monetary goals to create unique spaces that reflect the character and lifestyle of their clients.”

FIRM: Anne Buresh Interior Design
LOCATION: Jackson Hole, Wyoming
WHAT THEY DO: For the last 10 years, Anne has collaborated on a wide variety of projects and mastered everything from new builds to entire home renovations. She has a passion for defining her clients’ unique personal style and bringing that forth on every project.
WHAT OUR EDITOR SAYS: “Anne brings a softness and southern charm to the mountain world,” says Jill King, editor of The Scout Guide Jackson Hole. “She is intent on discovering ways to highlight what brings each household joy and creating beauty while allowing her clients’ personal passions to inform every aspect—from where to invest their budget to incorporating the perfect functionality.”

FIRM: WRJ Design
LOCATION: Jackson Hole, Wyoming
WHAT THEY DO: The WRJ team lives at the intersection of nature and culture, finding inspiration in the natural world in concert with the world of international design.
WHAT OUR EDITOR SAYS: “WRJ Design’s entire team share a combined knowledge of interiors, art, architecture, and landscape architecture, and apply that to the beautiful retreats they design,” shares Jill King, editor of The Scout Guide Jackson Hole

Tucson, Arizona

Photography by Alex Yarborough

FIRM: Prideaux Design
LOCATION: Tucson, Arizona
WHAT THEY DO: Kathryn Prideaux believes you deserve to love where you live, inside and out. Founded 13 years ago, Prideaux Design has never strayed from this philosophy, uniquely offering both modern interior and landscape design.
WHAT OUR EDITOR SAYS: “Prideaux Design is the epitome of excellence,” says MaryAnn Wittmann, editor The Scout Guide Tuscon & Southern Arizona. “As an architectural designer and accredited fellow with her industry peers, Kathryn’s passion lies in crafting beautiful and functional spaces while perfectly pairing clean lines and simplicity with stunning color and texture.” 

Boise, Idaho

FIRM: Architectural Interiors
LOCATION: Eagle, Idaho
WHAT THEY DO: Architectural Interiors is a luxury residential interior design firm. Working closely with the builder, architect, and client, their focus is on interior architecture and design.
WHAT OUR EDITOR SAYS: “I love the richness of Mardie Engelhardt’s work, the genius behind Architectural Interiors,” says Allie Mann, editor of The Scout Guide Boise. “Because her projects are exclusively whole-house, you’ll find her details everywhere you look.”

Photography by Gabe Border

FIRM: Design Vim
LOCATION: Boise, Idaho
WHAT THEY DO: Led by Hallie Thomas and Katy Hoxsey, Design Vim is an award-winning LEED certified full-service design firm, specializing in residential and commercial design. Always, the top priority is listening to clients and bringing their vision to life.
WHAT OUR EDITOR SAYS: “Design Vim has a clean aesthetic that we just can’t get enough of,” says Allie Mann, editor of The Scout Guide Boise. “Whether it’s a commercial or residential project, their project management and professionalism is second to none.”

Phoenix, Arizona

LOCATION: Scottsdale, Arizona
WHAT THEY DO: Gretchen Manning, ASID, NCDIQ, is recognized for her deep understanding of new construction, renovations, and interior spaces. She is an expert in luxury kitchen and bath design working with clients in Scottsdale, Arizona and Jackson Hole, Wyoming.
WHAT OUR EDITOR SAYS: “Gretchen collaborates across all disciplines to seamlessly integrate architecture with her interior projects,” shares Sasha Clements, editor of  The Scout Guide Phoenix & Scottsdale. “A Valley native who is based in Jackson Hole, Gretchen provides a unique offering to her clients in both markets by incorporating design elements used across the southwest and mountain regions.”