Revampt’s Cherry Creek location underwent a complete renovation in the spring of 2011. The goal was to minimize serious changes to the existing structure in order to ensure the integrity and style, as it is one of the neighborhood's original brick buildings. Built around the turn of the century, the building was originally a set of three residences. In the 1950’s, it was turned into a dentist office.
The decades of renovations and changes posed a significant challenge but Daniel and his team worked day and night to restore some of is original character.
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 style that's hard to replicate so they they decided to keep it! The interior masonry also had an older appeal to it and so they 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.
Next time you're in the neighborhood - stop on in! Our showroom will never look the same as the last time you popped in.