Johnson David Interiors has completed three distinct interior design projects at The Broadmoor in Colorado Springs, Colo.
The $60 million renovation of the property’s Broadmoor West Building, which reopened in late May 2014, was framed by the owner’s desire to imbue the building with rich finishes and Old World craftsmanship found in the original Broadmoor building, constructed in 1918, and throughout many luxury hotels at the time. In addition to a complete redesign of the building’s public spaces, the renovation included a three-floor addition and 31 new guestrooms, four Penthouse Suites, each complete with a personal terrace, and three Hospitality Suites. The renovation also enlarged all the Broadmoor West guestrooms by 100 square feet to accommodate five-piece luxury marble baths.
The project also included new, original designs for Natural Epicurean restaurant, which opened to the public in late June 2014, and The Fish House, a lodge and fly-fishing school that opened in early July.
“We are thrilled to continue our partnership with The Broadmoor, and share our three most recent designs with guests and locals alike,” said Cindy Johnson, Johnson David Interiors principal. “Each of the interiors embody a different aesthetic—from the early 20th century grandeur found in The Broadmoor West, to the more modern design enhanced with sustainable elements at Natural Epicurean, to the traditional lodge décor found at Fish House, and we were pleased to bring each unique space to life.”
Johnson David Interiors is currently in the process of completing another new project at The Broadmoor, Cloud Camp. Additional details will be released in the coming months.