What defines truly great mountain interiors? Regardless of the style of home, they all tend to strike that elusive balance between reassuring warmth and surprising design.
This large Colorado residence overlooking Beaver Creek is case in point. Decorative lighting from Hammerton’s Contemporary and Seriph collections provides an unexpected yet pleasing counterpoint to the home’s classic exposed beam architecture and authentic finish materials. Boldly scaled fixtures juxtapose contemporary forms with warm accents of steel mesh, mica, blown glass and rich patinas. In the great room, a dramatic custom chandelier floats above deeply textured furnishings, setting the aesthetic tone of the interiors.
Architect: Martin Manley Architects
Builder: DW Dantas Construction
Interiors: AP Resort Concepts