Bead-board and painted beamed ceilings contribute to the majestic environment, and double-hung
windows help create the historic aesthetic.
In the master bathroom, the edge detailing on marble freestanding vanities (an original Camellia design) adds beauty and elegance to function. Linen upholstered walls contribute to the serene atmosphere.
Simple linen window coverings combined with a crystal chandelier cast a warm yet sophisticated light.
The over-mount cast iron bathtub carries through the edge detail in the marble by adding another subtle
layer of texture to the bathroom.
Double-hung windows strategically placed between the kitchen and sunroom create the illusion that the
sunroom was an addition to an older home.
An older-styled farmhouse sink in a stainless steel finish subtly brings the butler’s
pantry into the 21st century.
This grand staircase flows from the top floor to the basement and is reminiscent of a historic European apartment building.
The detailed iron railing, walnut treads and painted risers create an authentic European feel.
In the kitchen, white flat-panel and steel blue raised-profile cabinets are teamed with a checkerboard marble floor to call forth the Renaissance. Custom millwork and alternating Carerra marble with Iroko wood on the countertops offer visual interest.
This new build in Denver’s historic Country Club showcases quality and architecture that live up to its stately address. A historic sensibility is built into this new home, with details throughout – such as different ceiling treatments – that give the impression that new areas were added on over the years.