An ordinary entry to the bedroom is enlivened by upholstered panels that provide architectural balance.
The kitchen features butternut cabinetry with simple details like a single recessed groove and a coffered ceiling with recessed lighting.
A built-in hutch provides overflow storage and a place for visitors to grab a drink without getting in the chef’s way.
Golden aspen leaves are the inspiration for the color scheme in the living room and set the stage for the entire area.
Because the colors in the living room have the dominant voice, the furniture and window coverings require no embellishment.
A modern glass sink paired with an antique mirror in the power room illustrates the transitional aesthetic and
offers an element of surprise.
Bright pink curtains? For this guest space, it works. Instead of an expected headboard, the silk-thread wall
hanging serves as the perfect backdrop.
Pink ruffles on the leading edge of simple white linen curtains make bringing nature indoors even more fun.
A simple shelf topped with a silk flower arrangement forms an unexpected vignette above the bed in a room
cloaked in purples, greens and orange.
Nestled in the beautiful Colorado Rocky Mountains, this Bachelor Gulch home reflects the colors of nature and the simplicity of a mountain lifestyle in a traditional yet contemporary style.