When guests enter this mountain retreat in Beaver Creek, Colo., they're greeted by a rustic rock wall, stone tile flooring and an oversized black-and-white photo. A curvy entry table with a bold orange top adds a splash of color to the space, while a leather chair reflects the rustic style of the space.
Paneled walls, a coffered ceiling and a cozy fireplace add to the ski chalet ambiance of this luxurious log cabin in Avon, Colorado. The rustic living space features comfortable seating and stone accents.
Mirrors, chrome and reflective surfaces bounce the light from this Colorado penthouse's ample windows, creating a light-filled, airy space. The home office has a decidedly glam feel, with nightclub-worthy arm chairs and a sleek rose gold desk.
This contemporary vacation home is located in Vail, Colo., and so features incredible views of the Rocky Mountains throughout the interior. Notice how, in the living room, soaring glass windows and low-level furniture really accentuate those killer vistas.
A painted, antiqued mirror is just one among several reflective surfaces in this glamorous home office. Below the mirror rests one of a pair of crocodile skin chairs outlined in gleaming chrome. The small round accent table continues the theme.
Slatted wood, stone and gables galore give this Colorado ski home the look and feel of both storybook cabin and luxury chalet. The house features a wide driveway with four garages, allowing ample space for guest parking. Myriad windows and outdoor entertainment areas allow for spectacular mountain views.
Xeriscaping and drought-resistant plantings create stunning curb appeal for this Colorado home. The southwestern-inspired home features a terracotta tile roof and a combination of stucco and stone exterior walls.
Fifteen acres of Colorado land, with Boulder Creek running through it, is home base to this incredible four-bedroom residence. The house itself is no small slouch, with over 6000 square feet of living space.
Living christmas trees can be planted outdoors after the holidays. For best results, keep the tree inside for the shortest time possible. If you live where the ground freezes, go ahead and dig a hole for it in your garden or landscape, and cover the hole with boards for safety, until you’re ready to plant. First move the tree into a sheltered location a week or so, to help ease the transition from your home. Then, after you plant it, keep it well mulched and watered, especially for the first year or two. This variety is 'Fat Albert', a Colorado Blue Spruce.