Thursday, December 29, 2011

DiAnn Sherk







Preserving the authenticity of the fifties was the most important part of the renovation of this Boulder, Colorado home built in 1950. The owners–a retired architect and an artist, were inspired by the home’s good bones and classic design. They worked with architect DiAnn Sherk of Boulder Associates to open up the home and bring it up to code. I love what the owner said about the interior: "This home gave us an opportunity to reach back to happy times and the classic design and furnishings we’ve both always respected and enjoyed.”­­ Very cool! To see more great photos taken by Emily Minton, visit Colorado Homes and Lifestyles!


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7 comments:

Tatiana Doria said...

I love the prints in the kitchen!

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Dagar hos mig said...

Love the rug under the sofa:)

Dallas said...

It didn't surprise me that this home is owned by an Architect. The Barcelona Chairs designed by Mies van der Rohe, Eero Saarinen's Round Dining Table and Eames molded plastic chairs are classic modern furniture desired by every Architect who lived in the 60's and 70's.

Ivy Lane said...

My dream is to someday own a 1950's mid cent. mod ranch..with at least 2 wood burning fireplaces and walls of glass... LOVE this post!!

Happy New Year!

Sarah said...

Really gorgeous, those floors are especially interesting in the kitchen/dining area - beautiful! ;-)

Marge. said...

So beautiful! love it!

Kathi said...

Fantastic! Love the kitchen!

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