"Pale-pink walls—the pretty hue is Oriental Lily from Sydney Harbour—provide an effervescent and unexpected backdrop for a space that doubles as a design laboratory and meeting place. ‘It’s so nice to invite people to my office to have coffee and catch up—or to have a commiserating session in an industry that can be very isolating,’ Caulkins says."
"When 14-year-old New Yorker Lara Connor moved out of her shared childhood bedroom and into a space of her own, she and her mother - the writer and Vogue contributing editor Marina Rust - couldn't agree on a decorating scheme."
"Even though designer Ramey Caulkins’ home south of Country Club has classic bones, she didn’t shy away from statement-making elements in the living room. Raspberry club chairs and bright Moroccan pouf accents bring a touch of playfulness, while prints in the same color family—including curtains, a sofa, and a rug—layer on character."
"Dark Painted Cabinets: Charcoal, navy, even black, says Denver interior designer Ramey Caulkins. Afraid of painting all your cabinets a dark color? she asks. Paint only the cabinets on your island a dark color. Caulkins lists a few of her favorite dark-hued paint colors: Benjamin Moore Dragon's Breath; Farrow and Ball' Hague Blue; Fine Paints of Europe's Hallendac Finish in Interior Black.
"Ramey Caulkins of Griffin Design Source designed and produced a collection of small, tiered tables. Make statement by customizing your own."
"Proving a space can be both functional and beautiful, designer Ramey Caulkins utilizes sleek furnishings and a classic color palette that never tires"
January / February 2013
"In 2004 when designer Ramey Caulkins and her husband, Max, purchased a home on Maine's West Penobscot Bay, on a property surrounded by genteel summer cottages, they wanted to make their residence habitable during the area's cold, implacable winters"
"One of my favorite elements of our kitchen is our French limestone floors and countertops. To me, limestone is the ultimate kitchen luxury. I indulge in it because it tells a story, it lives with you and can grow old with you. We have 16” x 16” limestone floors and limestone slab countertops in my kitchen."
2012 Best of Denver Design Edition
"Fresh Start. Pops of Color encourage a family hangout. After her divorce, Holly Brown needed to lighten the mood in her Polo Club Tudor-inspired home. She tapped interior decorator Ramey Caulkins of Griffin Design Source to help with the transformation."
"Ever walk into a house and say, 'I'd never think to put those colors/patterns/fabrics together in one room, but I love it!'? Denver designer, Ramey Caulkins has a houseful of ideas for mixing things up."
Colorado Homes & Lifestyles
"10 Things You Should Know About Tile. Ramey Caulkins, interior decorator and former manager of hospitality at Ann Sacks, suggests doing your research when making selections for a steam shower. Steer clear of glass tile; moisture can become trapped behind the glass, eventually popping the tiles off the wall."
"Interior designer Ramey Caulkins was smitten with the house when she learned it had once been decorated by design legend Sister Parish. The needlepoint rug inspired her pink-and-green palette in the dining room.”