Revampt is a sustainable retail boutique specializing in custom furnishings, as well as decor, gifts and accessories – all handcrafted from and re-purposed materials! In this design and furniture showroom, you will find pieces that have been individually selected for their utility, creativity, and unique re-purposed nature. Our incredible products are fabricated from the most unsuspecting raw materials – including boxcar flooring, bicycles tires, car hoods, timbers from demolished homes and buildings, dilapidated machinery, and more!
Please stop by our beautiful showroom or check back here soon for more details as we continue to hand pick these one-of-a-kind reclaimed goods! For more information on our custom process, click the custom tab or contact us to speak with one of our design and furniture specialists.
Daniel Louis, a Colorado native, returned to Denver in 2008 after graduating from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio with a degree in Fine Arts. In the summer of 2010, Daniel decided to take a different approach to the green revolution. Rather than focusing broadly on the ever increasing number of “eco-friendly” products, Daniel chose to focus on products made from resources already in existence, and Revampt was born!
Revampt’s Cherry Creek location renovation was completed in the spring of 2011. Daniel’s goal was to minimize serious renovations to the existing structure so as to ensure the integrity and style of one of Cherry Creek North’s original brick buildings. Built around the turn of the century, the location was originally a set of 3 residences. In the 1950’s, the location turned into a dentist office. The decades of renovations and changes posed a significant challenge, but Daniel and his team worked day and night and it certainly shows when you step inside Revampt’s beautiful showroom!
The previously unexposed floor was patched and refinished by hand. Daniel and his team peeled back multiple layers of decades old flooring to expose the original wood. The 100 year old pine has a character that is hard to replicate, which is why they decided to keep it rather than replace it with purchased reclaimed wood or other store bought material.
The interior masonry also had an older appeal to it; that is why the founder spent the time to carefully expose some of the brickwork. The changes to the front of the store are the summation of Revampt’s minimalist approach. Instead of cutting away large amounts of brick in order to increase the visibility of the storefront, the decision was made to simply add bay windows around the existing doorways and windows.
Going hand-in-hand with Revampt’s mission, Daniel wanted the old character of the building to shine through the new renovations. Stop by to see for yourself next time you are in the neighborhood!