This home exemplifies modern lines architecturally, while the warm, rich colors and materials keep the overall feel warm and cozy. Colorado has lost a lot of trees to the pine beetle, but because of the wood harvested due to their destruction, this home gained a great deal character. Notice how the tongue-and-groove beetle kill pine ceiling so complements the durable LVT (luxury vinyl tile) on the floor. Other reclaimed woods figure prominently in the waterfall staircase (with a custom built-in desk tucked underneath), barn doors, and wall coverings.
The floor-to-ceiling windows capture the pastoral views from the inside. When it’s time to be outside, the screen porch and enormous overhangs make outdoor Colorado living enjoyable no matter the season or weather. In-floor radiant heat, solar hot water, and ECO wood cabinets help fulfill the owners’ desire to keep the home friendly to the earth.