Marx Interiors

Heinz residence:
The design was focused primarily on a new custom kitchen, as well as furnishing the living room, using color to create joyful emotions and flair.

Johnson Residence:
This home, nestled in the foothills outside of Boulder, with a view of Lake of the Pines, was completely re-modeled and re-designed by Karen Marx, changing the space plan and creating a large open kitchen. The hand-made iridescent tiles, by Fire and Earth in Boulder, and maple cabinets enhance the open atmosphere.

Historic Boulder:
This new home in the Downtown Boulder Historic District was a challenge due to the small footprint on the main floor. Karen Marx was hired before construction began, and was able to open the space plan to have no walls interfering with the flow between the living areas. Custom furniture, area rugs, the retro-fitted juke box, light colors, and airy window coverings provided a well-used space for this family of four and their dog.

Reception Area and Demonstration Room:
This commercial client requested a design concept with a "non-territorial" color palette and design, and memorable colors for the potential buyers of their product who would fly in from around the country. They wanted their product to stand out above the competition. The product was presented in a cheerful and classy space, providing for the buyer a lasting overall impression of the environment and the product.

World Wide Stone Corporation:
This outstanding showroom in Scottsdale Arizona is the main office and warehouse for World Wide Stone, Corporation, and was furnished by Marx Interiors. Much of the stone used by Karen Marx is quarried by WWS and produced in their factories in Durango, Mexico. Hand-carved mantels and full custom fireplaces, made from limestone and marble slabs, are featured in many residential projects by Marx Interiors.