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.
The Lodge at Vail is the very first hotel to grace the iconic ski town. A recent multi-million dollar renovation included the addition of this fabulous fire pit located steps away from the chalet-themed resort's own gondola.
This bath commode area shows how wallpaper with a large pattern can be used successfully in a small space. The cool blue background and crisp white trim and floors keep the area from looking closed in; the little glass table provides an additional surface without overwhelming the space.
A large mirror and grand window help to expand this formal dining room. Coral-patterned chairs surround the circular dining table, while a mirrored sideboard adds an art deco kick to the space. The chandelier lighting is both soft and elegant against the dove gray walls.
This plush master bedroom features a lovely sitting area, large windows and a beautiful view. The large mirror opens the space further; blue and green accents keep the space looking cool and fresh. Accent pillows add a comfy touch and can be changed out seasonally for an updated look.
A large pendant light paints the textured silk wallpaper walls of this understated powder room with star-like splashes of light. These small but dramatic details are subtle treats for the senses that bring this room to life.
Fit for a big family or large gathering, this living room features multiple seating options, plush accents and a large African-inspired coffee table. Blues and corals enhance the neutral color palette, and lamps and lighting are soft and unobtrusive.
Mixing classic and contemporary styles, this bright entryway sets the tone for the home. With a seafoam green corner seat, ocean-inspired art and an eye-catching acrylic floor lamp, the space exudes a calm elegance.