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Located near the Rocky Mountains in the Denver Metro area, Primera's Colorado locations have everything you need to bring your interior dreams to life. Our stunning Centennial showroom allows buyers to see, feel and experience products first hand.
Primera works with home builders, remodelers, designers and homeowners in Colorado to provide a wide range of products, including cabinets, countertops, flooring, window treatments and more.
Whether you are designing a rustic mountain retreat, a modern bungalow or a classic, traditional Denver home, Primera has everything you need to get started. Primera's friendly and knowledgeable staff is dedicated to serving our clients on the Front Range with impeccable service and quality products time and time again.
COLORADO DESIGN TRENDS
With its majestic snow-capped peaks, dense national forests, wild rivers and crystal blue skies, Colorado is truly a majestic backdrop for any home design. Coloradoans love making a bold statement by bringing the look and feel of nature into their homes, with cobalt blue kitchens, textured fabrics and natural elements, like stone and river rock. And with 300 days of sunshine a year, a stylish and comfortable outdoor living space is the perfect spot to watch the sun set over the Rockies.
A Little About Tracy...
I started my designer career in 1997 when I worked for my family business. In 1999, my husband and I moved to states to Colorado, where we started our own flooring business. In 2004, we sold our business and I went to work for a large flooring company. I worked there for many years, after which I joined Primera.
I'm excited to bring all of my design experience to Primera and it is a privilege to be able to share it with our valued customers. My greatest reward is always seeing through the start of a project to final completion and the difference it makes to any home and my customer.
Tracy's Design Tips
Hardwood flooring is taking on a richer, more textured look instead of the traditional orange and red tones. Grays and taupes give hardwood a more contemporary, natural look reminiscent of reclaimed planks and driftwood.