The Crawford Hotel inside the still-active Denver Union Station, is an 1881 rail station, and a registered National Historic Landmark. The hotel retains the building's rich history while embracing a modern lodging aesthetic. The impressive Beaux Arts-style Great Hall serves as both the hotel’s lobby and the place where travelers wait for the train. This grand and bustling space includes Martini side tables from Restoration Hardware. The clocks are original while the dazzling chandeliers are impeccable recreations.
Sitting outside becomes even more enjoyable thanks to a stone fireplace, cushioned chairs and an outdoor kitchen. A pergola encloses the patio and so creates a sense of privacy, while a rustic rock wall complements the home's mountain surroundings.
Check out this stunning piece of history: Commissioned in 1904 by Chester S. Morey with Fisher and Fisher Architects, this graceful mansion on Denver's Capitol Hill was a wedding gift for Morey's daughter, Mary. The property includes over 15,000 square feet of beautifully landscaped grounds and gardens.
Metallic mosaic tiles create a visual waterfall in this walk-in shower, the crowning achievement of the bathroom's remodel. White walls and a white countertop keep the rest of the room feeling crisp and fresh.
The urban sophisticate would feel right at home in this industrial kitchen where concrete floors and exposed metal tubing give it polish and sheen. Dark wood cabinets up the drama of the open concept space.
Instead of color, tiles in interesting patterns can add lots of visual interest to a space. Here, tiles in different shapes and sizes are layered to create a frame around the bathroom mirror and a stripe in the shower.
Situated between the kitchen and living room, this dining room takes advantage of the timbered ceiling that spans the open space. The room's natural appeal comes from the abundance of warm wood elements, from the floors to window trim to ceiling timbers and kitchen cabinetry.