family room with stone fireplace

Mountain-Inspired New Home Design

Colorado Ruggedness Meets Elegance

Design No. 280

After years of relocating from state to state, an orthopedic surgeon, his wife and their three children settled down and built a Rocky Mountains-inspired home reminiscent of the father’s home state of Colorado.  The clients selected lodge-like finishes for their new residence – chunky stone archways and fireplaces, slate accent tiles and oak floors.  We finished the interior in an organic, textural and refined style suitable for a family of five. The furnishings are comfortable and durable yet not overly masculine or too Western-esque. For a seamless transition to the heavily wooded property outside, we drew from Chicago and Canadian artists for the artwork in earthy shades of gray and blue, cream, bark and mushroom.

PHOTOGRAPHY © WERNER STRAUBE

bachelor blue benjamin moore paint blob
grant beige benjamin moore paint blob
la paloma gray benjamin moore paint blob
gunmetal benjamin moore paint blob
kingsport gray benjamin moore paint blob

You knew exactly what I loved and pulled my house together so it is amazingly gorgeous. You found the perfect pieces that match both my husband and me.

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