By combining rural and modern influences, a structure near Denver presents a home that is both sophisticated and stylish.
The great room’s seating–a pair of sofas in a Fabricut textile and lounge chairs in a Robert Allen chenille–emphasizes comfort. A Lillian August coffee table is central to the space, while the round Habersham Home tables add colorful notes. Southland windows, dressed with draperies in a Robert Allen fabric, offer views to the pool. Grounding the room is a Decorative Carpets floor covering, and lighting the area is a Fine Art Lamps lantern. The urns filling the cabinet niches are from Four Hands.
The great room fireplace features a custom-fabricated darkened-steel surround crafted by Fabworx. A ladder ascends to a sleeping loft, while barn doors lead to a guest bathroom on one side and a hallway to the master suite on the other.
A freestanding Burgbad Diva tub and Sigma faucet found at Ferguson sit on the master bath’s custom designed tile flooring that features a water jet cut pattern. Also custom is the sliding salvaged pine plank door opening onto the master closet in the background.
Gabby Home barstools pull up to a rift-cut white-oak island topped with a bluestone-honed-limestone slab by Craftsman Court Ceramics from RAM Marble & Granite Designs; the company also provided the perimeter counters, made of Arizona Tile’s Bianco Carrara marble. Tabarka Studio’s hand-painted tiles compose the backsplash.
The house includes a series of interconnected barn-like structures. Far right, what appears to be an old barn actually houses the master suite. In the foreground, an outdoor porch is partially framed with log beams. Chairs from Restoration Hardware are clad in Perennials fabric from David Sutherland.
The living area of the library was appointed using the owner’s furniture from her previous house, which DeCesare set atop an antique Oushak carpet from Azadi Fine Rugs. Throughout the room, between niches and windows, are E.F. Chapman Cawdor wall lights for Visual Comfort & Co.
In the entry hall, sconces by The Urban Electric Co. flank a Made Goods console topped with a Charlie West Lamps light; the glass pendant is by Ames Ingham Lighting from Harbinger.
The second-floor master bedroom is one of the quietest rooms in the house, but the beamed cathedral ceiling, which follows the steep roof pitches, brings dramatic flair, as does the globe chandelier from O’Lampia. The chairs, side table and ottoman are custom pieces by Morgan, and the table lamp is by Circa Lighting. Window treatments are by Robert Allen, while the white-oak beams are from Southend Reclaimed Vintage Wood & Brick in North Carolina.
Custom steel-and-glass doors fabricated by Architectural Iron Works in San Luis Obispo open the family room up to the courtyard. Grounded by a moroccan rug, the room features a Cuba 25 System sectional by Cappellini, a Maxalto coffee table and Gerrit Thomas Rietveld’s Utrecht chairs for Cassina. The ceiling pendant is by Flos.
Brick from Arto accents the kitchen’s vaulted ceiling, while a travertine backsplash crowns a GE Monogram range. The pendants are from Paul Ferrante, and the flooring, from Cooperative Hardwood, is oak reclaimed from Midwestern factories.
Viabizzuno’s Peled Soffitto modular lighting system, featuring LED lights and aluminum rods recessed into ceiling slots, illuminates one of the kitchen’s islands, made of recycled white oak and topped with a concrete slab by Concreteworks. The faucet is by Dornbracht.
Chelle appointed the living area with RH sofas upholstered with a Perennials textile and swivel chairs by Anees Upholstery, from Town, covered with Edelman suede andSkul Schumacher velvet. The coffee table is by Chai Ming Studios, also from Town, and the chandelier is by Lindsey Adelman Studio.
Solid Douglas-fir timber beams and reclaimed cypress barn wood form the ceiling of the living room, where a George Smith sofa in mohair-velvet joins Frontgate’s Bimini armchair around an antique German chest-turned-coffee table from Cupboards & Roses in Sheffield, Massachusetts; an 18th-century Brazilian cupboard stands nearby. Christina Brown of Studio Lumina oversaw the home’s lighting design.
Reclaimed barn beams from Vintage Timberworks accent a custom kitchen featuring open zinc shelves and marble walls. A granite countertop from Walker Zanger crowns the wire-brushed oak island, which is inset with an antique Italian sink. The barstools are by Axis Furniture.
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A campaign chair from Memorial Antiques & Interiors resides in the study; The Joseph Company fabricated the desk, which is paired with a Pottery Barn chair, and SE Construction built the shelving. A Ralph Lauren Home flat weave tops a Creative Flooring jute rug, while a wingback from Creative Style Furniture accompanies a Ballard Designs bar cart. G&S Custom Draperies fabricated Roman shades using Hunter Douglas fabric.
To add a more complex dimension to the spaces, the homeowner brought in rich yet understated textures and patterns, and she used wood reclaimed from barns for shelving, window casings, ceilings and beams.
Designed to feel like an authentic log home interior, the office boasts cowhide-and-leather chairs from Stockton Hicks Laffey and a carpet from Matt Camron Rugs & Tapestries. The desk–a reclaimed-walnut barn door–is from Primitives Furniture.
Solutions fabricated barn rollers for two Squire Broel paintings that conceal a television in the living room. A Roche Bobois sofa joins a coffee table from ABC Carpet & Home.
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Architect Stephen Sutro designed a weekend home in Dry Creek Valley with open living spaces that flow outdoors. The structure, built by Upscale Construction, features cedar ceilings, reclaimed barn wood siding and concrete flooring, installed by Intentional Contracting.