ulu’s Furniture & Décor is a family-run boutique selling hip furnishings and an eclectic array of home accessories and gifts. Lulu’s was opened in 2007 by Christy Brant and her daughter Caitlin Marsh and is located at S. University Blvd and E. Hampden Ave.
We carry a range of merchandise, from birthday cards to candles, art to dining tables and so much more. Whether you’re in the market for a custom chair or you’re in need of in-home design consulting, we would love to help! Our store is as unique as our clients and we pride ourselves on our mix of vintage finds, custom furniture, one-of-a-kind local creations that help make your house a home.
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12 + years of interior design, visual merchandising, home renovation experience
We ask that when you work with us, you buy everything through us. If we have to look elsewhere, or we're putting together paint colors, etc the charge is $75 / hour.
Furniture is in my blood. My grandfather quit school in the 8th grade and began working at Colorado Bedding, eventually working his way up to become one of the top salesmen in the industry. I am one of 30+ members of my immediate family in the business. I started helping my mom 10 years ago as a sort of temoporary gig and have never looked back.
I've worked with a WIDE range of customers. Everyone from young families just getting going and investing in quality furniture, to Denver Country Club residences, as well as commercial jobs.
The birth of my son! Not really the birthing part, but becoming a mother and watching him take everyday in. There is absolutely nothing better.
Find someone who HAS EXPERIENCE and has the means and relationships to make your vision a reality, as well as someone who truly listens to you.
Real life is not the same as HGTV. Remodels and room installations do not happen overnight, nor can you always create your vision with $5000. It's important to ask yourself, do we have the means to go through with this? Do we have a vision or sense of what we want to create? Are we willing to ask for help?