the future is green

Revampt is a sustainable retail boutique specializing in custom furnishings, as well as decor, gifts and accessories – all handcrafted from repurposed materials. In this design and furniture showroom, you'll find pieces that have been selected for their utility, creativity, and modern re-purposed nature. Our incredible products are fabricated from the most unsuspecting raw materials – boxcar flooring, cymbals, bicycle tires, car hoods, wine barrels, old machinery, and so much more. The majority of our showroom is filled with creations from Colorado artisans and craftspeople, although we do source across the country and world. Stop in today to see what's new!

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our team

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Daniel LouisFounder & Owner

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! 

A major part of his inspiration in reusing materials came from Design Build Bluff.  An amazing non-profit organization through the University of Utah. Consisting of architecture students who design and build homes for impoverished families on the Navajo reservation in the four corners region.  Learning to work as a group, locate abundant reclaimed resources, and hand build homes was a experience of a lifetime.  When items are made from second hand materials they gain character that simply cannot be replicated.  Since he has two young sons, Daniel believes that everyone should think progressively to help enhance future generations.  Using materials that have already been processed is a perfect way to do so. 

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Maegan CampbellShowroom Manager & Designer

Growing up in south Louisiana, Maegan was born and raised around lots of color, flavor and culture. This led her to bloom into the creative person that she is today, motivated by the way that color, shape and textiles can make an experience so special. It was this inspiration and her 10+ years of retail experience that guided her to choose Textiles, Apparel and Merchandising as her major at Louisiana State University.

After heading west to Colorado, she stumbled upon Revampt and joined the team in 2014. Working in a beautiful space, around others that have a similar appreciation for design, and a desire to imagine and create inspires her daily. The ability to combine all of that while working with customers and artisans is exactly where she wants to be. And if you can’t find her at Revampt, she's likely planning an event, shopping at Buffalo Exchange, enjoying live music, watching football, or redecorating her home and dreaming up new ideas for future renovations! 

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Kate LangleyDesign & Furniture Specialist

Kate joined Revampt in August 2017, after moving from Minneapolis. She grew up with a father who built wood furniture and a mother who sewed clothing and redesigned the interior of each home they moved to. Kate learned to sew at a young age and pursued the clothing industry in her early career. She has BS in Retail Merchandising from the University of Minnesota and has over 12 years of experience working in sales, visual merchandising, and inventory control.

Kate ran her own vintage and upcycled clothing shop through Etsy for a few years until she began working for a Minneapolis-based leather footwear company, Tread Light Gear. After 2+ years of creating leather moccasins, sandals, and bags, she ventured into developing her own designs that focused on using recycled leather. When she's not at Revampt, Kate and her husband are creating ceramics, leather, and macrame goods that you can find online at Ninth House Goods, or they're hiking in the mountains with their border collie, Siri.