Photo By: Pinnacle Estate Properties, a member of Luxury Portfolio International
Photo By: Kevin Meechan
Spacious Great Room Has Exposed Wood Beams and Great View
The great room of this Colorado mansion features a high ceiling with exposed wooden beams, a wide-plank wood floor, and a wall of floor-to-ceiling windows for a spectacular view of the surrounding mountains.
Great Room Sitting Area With Floor-to-Ceiling Windows
This spacious great room blends rustic and contemporary design and features floor-to-ceiling windows with a spectacular view of the surrounding mountains. It includes wide-plank wood flooring as well as a vaulted ceiling with exposed beams.
The main living spaces in the interior have an open concept design to make the most of the vaulted ceilings and expansive views. Exposed Douglas fir beams and gleaming hardwood floors add to the home's rustic grandeur.
A charcoal-painted pillar easily catches the eye in this open living space, accentuating the room's tall ceilings. A custom console table connects to the piece and gives the owners another drop-zone for mail and keys.
An open great room with lots of space for entertaining was important to this homeowner, so to tie the space together designer Carrie Maniaci focused on wood elements with stainless steel accents. The Italian Olive Ash dining table makes a perfect center piece and is like a work of art.
This white and gray color scheme features pops of color in brown from the lamp and decor and black in the marble top dresser giving this sitting area a defined elegance and cleanliness. The rug and wall art ties the room together making it cozy and restful. The patterned pillow and the gray throw complete the look.
The mood in this open concept great room is of uninterrupted space from inside to outside. Light pours in through walls of glass and clerestory windows. The fireplace gets a striking surround of copper. In one corner of the room, the wine cellar becomes an integral part of the visual display, which also includes a series of prints by Robert Motherwell.
Matching batik armchairs are flea market finds that add a collected, bohemian look. Ladder shelves fill in a large blank wall with sculptural, thrifted finds that inject whimsy and personality into this space.