Beaux R'eves

Tuesday, September 11, 2012

Mountain Home Tour~ Part 2

Taken at the Continental Divide
 I had so much fun sharing our Colorado Mountain Home 
with you last week.  
It's so interesting to see the rooms in the eye of the camera, 
it makes me realize 
that I really need to step up the decorating there. 
 It's just one of those difficult situations, I guess.
  I can never really spend enough time up there to get it done.  Anyway, on with the second part of the tour.  
 The Basement level of the house holds the second living area that the kids mostly use 
for game playing and lounging around.
  How BIG is that TV? 
 The previous owners left it there and if we ever decide to get rid of it we are going to need an army to move it!  
You can see the hallway that leads upstairs. 
 There are three bedrooms downstairs and a laundry room that actually sleeps two! 
 Hey, I say squeeze'em in!  
We figured out that the house can comfortably sleep 13 people.  That's not counting couches either!  
The first bedroom has a Queen bed that used to be in the Master.  The Master Beaux likes to sleep in a King sized bed.  So, we put the old bed down here and it's great for a second couple to sleep downstairs with their kids.  
I love this JCP bedding.  
It's from the American Living collection. 
 I'm sad now that they have changed their store.  
The home department is really lacking.  
Do you agree?
The middle bedroom has two sets of bunk beds for the kids.  Miss Beaux always chooses this room with her friends and my niece.  It doesn't matter how old they get there is usually a FORT made in this room by the end of the trip!  We bought these beds up in Breckenridge one year on sale. 
 We wanted as much sleeping room as possible.
The last bedroom is my favorite.  
I love the log beds. 
 I usually change the bedding out in the summer
 to a lighter pattern.  The hollywood bath connects to the other bunk bed room leaving 
the hallway bathroom for the Queen room.
The Master Suite is upstairs all by itself. 
Our private little getaway! 
It's very bright and airy up here even though I had it painted in Latte by Sherwin Williams which is a pretty dark color.  The new King headboard is leather and wood with nailhead trim.  All of the other furniture was left to us.  But, hey I'm keeping it!  It is all mostly from Ethan Allen and very nice.  
I love all of the interesting architectural angles in the roof lines.  There is a beautiful wood beam that runs across the top that you can't see in the picture.  The room has wood floors with a custom rug that was made to span the length of the room.  It keeps it warmer in the winter. 
 We actually have radiant heat flooring all through the house and it gets pretty toasty. 
 There is my little Alpine Cutie chest that I repainted. 
 It finally made it's way up the mountain.
  Now I just need to accessorize it with a lamp and a painting!  I'm really beginning to feel Amish with my minimal decor when I look at these photos!  No offense to the beautiful Amish people of course!  We have two huge closets up here.  One in the Master Bath and the other is the door that you see here.  We keep most of our things locked up in the closet while we are gone.  
 But here is my favorite part of the room!
  The view when I wake up!  
I never get tired of looking out through the trees.  
It's beautiful all through the year!  
My favorite pastime is to play with my camera.  
I don't think you can take a bad photo up here!
Especially when your subjects are this CUTE!!!
Thanks for coming along on the second installment of our Mountain Home Tour.

Until Next Time,
Beaux R'eves
XO Cindy
  I'm linking to Kim at SavvySouthern Style for Wow Us Wednesdays  
 Judy at DIY by Design

  Sherry at No Minimalist Here for the Open House Party on Thursdays
 Gina at The Shabby Creek Cottage for Transformation Thursdays
 
From My Front Porch To Yours for Treasure Hunt Thursday
Poutpourri Friday at 2805
 Cindy at My Romantic Home for Show and Tell Friday
Courtney at French Country Cottage for Feathered Nest Friday
Heather and Vanessa at At the Picket Fence for Inspiration Friday
Diann at The Thrifty Groove for Thrifty Things Friday
Debra at Common Ground for Vintage Inspiration Friday

Sherry at The Charm of Home for Home Sweet Home Friday


 

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Salmagundi said...

Enjoyed the tour very much!! We are only 2 hours from Breckenridge -- I never get tired of looking at the mountains either. Sally

Sharing Shadymont said...

Such a gorgeous getaway! What wonderful views. Love what you've done!

Auntie Bliss said...

Precious doggies!
Such an amazing home...I can smell the newness from here!
I love the log beds too. My camera is my favorite toy.

At The Picket Fence said...

Cindy your mountain home is just beautiful! So warm and cozy and that master bedroom retreat is incredible! :-)
Vanessa

Foxxy said...

I enjoyed touring your vacation home very much. I can see why you love it there. We've been to Colorado once on a family vacation to Colorado Springs and I can tell you we all loved it. A couple of years ago we took another family vacation to Cloudcroft, NM and absolutely loved that as well. I don't think I could ever get tired of the mountains. Your so blessed!

Honey at 2805 said...

I enjoyed the tour! Your home and the views are fabulous!

missy said...

Thanks for the tour..Love the master...suite. Wonderful view..

Honey at 2805 said...

Stopping back by to say thank you for sharing at Potpourri Friday!

Becca said...

There you go ... taunting us again with even more incredible pictures of your amazing mountain home! Are you accepting reservations? I still can't get over the views. Thanks for sharing!

Cristina Garay said...

It was a pleasure to tour such a beautiful home! Thanks!

plumbing said...

A really amazing home. So warm and cozy the bedroom is incredible.

Pamela said...

Your home is beautiful Cindy! We have never been to Colorado but hope to some day.

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