Sedalia, Colorado is a picturesque town near the foothills of the Rocky Mountains and about 30 minutes southwest of Denver. It takes finesse to design a home that honors and complements this beautiful setting, while making a statement of its own. The owners wanted to create a soothing retreat with soft colors to highlight their spectacular art collection.
Miranda Cullen and Devon Tobin of Duet Design Group were excited to take on this balancing act and created a design plan to capture the breathtaking views of the surrounding landscape from every room in the home.
“We drew inspiration from the great room, surrounded by floor-to-ceiling windows, stone, and rich, dark trim with a wood-beamed ceiling.”
In the entry, rustic stone floors and wrought iron are balanced by modern lighting with an almost celestial feel.
Pendant Fixtures: RH
Although more formal than other rooms in the house, the living room is still comfortable with its plush pillows and a fireplace to warm up cold Colorado nights.
Chandelier: Currey & Company
“One of our favorite features was the custom designed doors leading into the master suite. Covered in a faux leather from Wolf Gordon, these doors added yet another architectural feature.”
The sleek bathtub is perfectly situated by the window looking out over the beautiful views.
Since the husband is an artist, one requirement of the design was to create spaces for displaying art and other objects that the couple has collected over time. With the large modern art, this hall takes on a gallery-like quality.
“In the game room on the lower level, we brought the ceiling down with a dark color and added texture to the walls for added interest. The crackled application gave a look of timelessness to this new home.”
This large space serves as a working art studio, and also houses some of the owners’ many collections.
Project Table: Moe’s Home Collection
Duet Design Group skillfully balanced art, architecture and vistas in designing a tranquil mountain home that beautifully mirrors its spectacular surroundings.