An Interior Designer Turned to the Colorado Mountains When Decorating a Vacation Getaway


“The Roaring Fork Club has a campus-like feel, which meant the team had to work within the club’s prescribed parameters on the exterior of the home.”


The walls are covered in a hem fir that has been wire-brushed to give it texture. We wanted the wood walls to not appear too dark and heavy yet to have depth to them

Living Room

“The porch runs along the entire length of the house and the windows open up to give the homeowners an extensive indoor/outdoor space.”

Family Room

Technically, this is the family room, but Glass wanted to make it a bit more fun, so she incorporated a traditional game table from Mulligan’s.

Kitchen & Dining

“The kitchen is open to the dining and living rooms, so it really becomes a comfortable gathering space for hanging out,”

Guest Bedroom

Though some designers refuse to pick a favorite space, the upstairs guest bedroom is Glass’s. 

Kid’s Bedroom

“We had the bunk room created for the grandchildren. The beds were designed with drapes and the space has a charming dog theme.”

Primary Bedroom

This room is on the ground floor, so it opens onto the porch. I wanted to lighten the space, so I chose a bright rug and fabrics.

Primary Bathroom

“I love this Waterworks tub! I wanted to make the shower room have an overall pattern balanced out by the simple wood walls and antique limestone floors.

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