Cheryl Tolleson

Cheryl Tolleson

Cheryl is a Licensed Architect and Interior Designer. She studied Architecture at the University of Texas in Austin, and then went on to study further at Oxford, in England, In Oxford; she developed a love for ‘European Townscapes’ and Urban Planning. She’s been involved with Master Planning projects for the Entertainment District of Oxford, the Historic Strand District in Galveston, Texas and Mead’s Bay, a residential development on the beautiful beaches of Anguilla, in the British West Indies.

In 1985, when she moved to Colorado, she discovered another passion: Residential Architecture and Interior Design and began incorporating theories she’d learned from Urban Planning and Townscapes into residential design. She believes that a home can be enduring and timeless when there is an underlying pattern that pulls everything together, making it an incredibly rich and exhilarating place to be, inside and out.

Cheryl's designs have been featured in many regional and international magazines and has written articles about ‘Architecture for Mountain Communities’, and ‘Designing the Perfect Mud Room’.  She also provides Interior Design Services with the goal in mind of strengthening the connection between Architecture and Interior Design. 

Cheryl is a world traveler and enjoys Scuba Diving, adding new birds to her Life List, all types of winter sports, water skiing, and hiking and biking throughout the mountains and trails of Colorado.