From an outdoor kitchen to a fire pit to a pool, this multi-level terrace in Colorado features an array of outdoor entertainment features. The home sports a chalet feel, with flagstone terraces that are all ideally situated to take advantage of the mountain views.
The luxe bed in this Colorado bedroom is sited to take advantage of the stunning mountain views outside the glass doors. A stone accent wall brings the home's rusticity into the space, while shimmering draperies add elegance. A peaked wood ceiling adds architectural interest.
Loads of windows fill this Colorado penthouse with light, and neutral walls further the home's bright and airy feeling. In this transitional sitting room, dark brown accents break up all the white, and a purple-tinged mineral sculpture adds drama to the modern coffee table.
This contemporary lake house is located in Horseshoe Bay, Texas, and so enjoys sweeping views of Lake Lyndon B. Johnson and the Colorado River. The home was designed by architect Jay Corder to be a symbiotic blend of casual lake living with a sophisticated aesthetic.
Stone and wood accents in this rustic living room give a nod to the mountainside setting of this luxury ski cabin in Avon, Colorado. A loft space overlooks the living room via a wrought iron balcony. In the living room itself, comfortable seating creates a cozy conversation area, while a wet bar in one corner adds to the home's many entertainment options.
Three Sixty Design created fluid transitions between indoor and outdoor spaces for a client in suburban Denver, and the Colorado American Society of Landscape Architects gave it a 2014 honor award for residential design (over $100,000). The design makes the dream home a living work of art, with actual sculptures among a water feature in one portion of the 3-acre site.
As seen on Rocky Mountain Reno, the couple renovating this log cabin in Minturn, Colorado was interested in bringing both rustic and modern designs together to make the home of their dreams. The clean, white tile, grey stone vanity and grey patterned and mosaic tile, the modern style is greatly represented. To incorporate the rustic design, Trista used natural wood in places like the exposed beams in the ceiling and natural wood baseboards.
The details of this Rocky Mountain getaway really tie the space together. The couple wanted to incorporate the traditional, rustic cabin style into their home, but they also loved the more modern aspects of design, so they asked Trista to merge the two. With accessories such as antlers, natural wood and natural materials such as leather, the decor is fairly rustic, but Trista adds pops of the modern, like the printed Roman shades and the bold, natural blue to compliment the color of the beautiful colorado sky.