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.
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.
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.
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.
Little ones can sail off to dreamland in this seaworthy nursery built for two. The chalkboard-like wallpaper gives both texture and depth to the room and the vintage suitcases are the perfect substitute for a nightstand without being kitschy. A fanciful star pendant light dangles overhead while a bold, geometric carpet anchors the space.
A warm master bath features elegant touches such as windows flanking the mirror and illuminated storage shelves. A crisp white color palette makes the room feel clean and allows for pops of color from fresh flowers.
A bright, eat-in kitchen features an island with bar stool seating, a double oven, a modern refrigerator and a separate bar area. High-end appliances make this kitchen feel modern while maintaining traditional touches.
A graceful archway invites diners to relax in the casual dining area under the intricate penn shell chandelier. Curtains covering a wall of windows and doors can be opened to allow natural lighting in or drawn to create a more intimate dining setting.