Classic George V walnut host and hostess chairs are featured with Asian-styled wingback chairs around a mission-styled table. A custom chandelier completes the look.
Once an outdoor courtyard, this new, bright and sunroom-like entry now has a new floor, heated and with a custom tile pattern. Additional details include custom iron and glass windows, found hanging fixtures, custom new wall lanterns and painted brick.
In the living room, pharmacy lamps and an ottoman in stunning Fortuny fabric convey a space made for reading and quiet conversation. The fireplace features a custom mantle and handmade tile.
Bedroom walls covered in yellow wool pair nicely with hand-embroidered silk panels.
This formal yet warm study highlights the progressive aesthetic. New walnut herringbone floors are the foundation for an office flanked by stunning black walnut bookshelves with ceramic pebble supports. Steel lights hang over an antique claw-and-ball mahogany desk.
Designed to tie elements together throughout the home, the custom tile around the fireplace in the family room is similar to the one used in the entry. Custom built bookshelves and a sculptural chair covered in blue corduroy create warmth and interest.
The stone backsplash is paired with the walnut wainscot, highlighting the perfect mix of
hard and soft material finishes.
Arts-and-Crafts meets Asian in these unique bathroom vanities.
Found in Denver’s Hilltop neighborhood, this whole-home renovation reflects the homeowner’s desire for a classic foundation — warm woods and rich
textures — with cleaner lines.