What: Malibu’s CODA Studio moves into Cherry Creek, bringing bespoke modern furnishings with a chic mountain vibe.
How it got to Cherry Creek: A friend introduced local architect Angela Feddersen to CODA Studio, and after a visit to the original Malibu studio, she instantly fell in love with the aesthetic, furnishings, and sustainability ethos. So, along with designer and friend Danielle Wallinger, she decided to bring its California-cool offerings to her neighborhood. “I wanted to be able to offer my clients architecture all the way through to the design, to see projects through the furnishings,” Feddersen says. “I went out to Malibu to see CODA firsthand, and I loved it. I started looking for a space and everything fell into place. I live nearby, and I love the unique and more artistic locally owned businesses in Cherry Creek. I felt like we had something very unique to offer that was different from the big box stores that were right down the street.”
What to get excited about: Besides the on-trend furnishings in the showroom, CODA specializes in custom pieces crafted in their Los Angeles and Bali factories. And with competitive pricing and a quick, six-week turnaround time, why not go custom? “We’re selling more custom pieces than we are items off the floor,” Feddersen says.
Even more to get excited about: CODA uses local artists to complement the furniture in the studio, including one of our favorite fine art photographers, JC Buck. The art—and furnishings—change every few months, so stop in to check out what’s new.
"I aim to create modern and timeless pieces with my large format fine art photography. I feel Coda Studio designs and curates furniture and home decor that aligns with that same approach.” - JC Buck