Cute Perl Mack 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom bungalow with wonderful yard. Recently updated by the family that enjoyed living here for 60 years.
Contact Yvette Putt for your private showing at (303)882-2245 for more information or click the link below for more details.
4241 S Meadow Brook Pond is an Upper Bear Creek Icon. Privacy and comforts of a home by the water. Classic sophistication of this home is highlighted by Craftsman touches finished with the upmost precision and detail. Completely remodel in 2006. Additional kitchen remodel in 2013. Just about every room has a view of the pond and the mountains. Echos of history are displayed by the showpiece mossback fireplace and the President Eisenhower brass plate on the lower suite door. Many of the rooms spill out onto decks or patios that show off views and gardens and outdoor spaces.
This charming vintage 1930’s home at 2885 SE Grapevine Rd has a wonderful outdoor space equipped with views of the rolling mountains & Idledale Valley from the Southern deck, with a completely fenced yard for privacy & plenty of space to accommodate lots of guests for entertaining or quiet solitude. The large kitchen is updated with tile floors & stainless-steel appliances. The family/dining room merges the vintage with the new tile & slate floors accented with a stone wood fireplace. Nice size master on the main level with wonderful views. Small & efficient study off of the kitchen. The lower level has its own entrance & has a living room, bar, bedroom and bath. Contact Yvette Putt for your private showing at (303) 882-2245 for more information or click the link below for more details.
Just because the Christmas decor is put away and the festive mood of the holidays is over doesn’t mean we have to stop creating a snug and cozy home. It’s a good time to embrace winter Hygge! If you aren’t familiar with Hygge, it’s a Danish word for feeling content and cozy.
Here are seven ways to bring Hygge style comfort to your home, even during the dreariest winter month of the year!
Even if you feel like you’re lacking in the cozy department, simply addressing your lighting will make a huge difference. Layers of lighting make every room feel more welcoming. In the daytime, natural light is ideal. But for evenings, it’s nice to add a cozy glow. A good rule of thumb is to try to have a least three light sources in every room. Use a mix of table lamps, floor lamps, task lamps, and overhead lighting. Consider using warmer lightbulbs for the coziest ambience.
Your home will offer a sense of comfort when you incorporate some favorite photos of loved ones, treasured hand-me-downs, antiques or flea-market finds, eye-catching conversation starters, art that inspires you, special mementos, or simply things that make you smile.
AN INVITING AROMA
What aroma feels ‘cozy’ to you? Set the tone for your home by filling it up with winter scents that inspire you.
The coziest homes contain a variety different textures that delight the eye. Incorporate different touch-worthy materials through pillows, drapery, throw blankets, rugs, lamps, and furniture. The fabric possibilities are endless: velvet, woven, knit, embroidered, grain sack, faux fur, tweed, etc. You can also consider creating contrast with varying materials like metal, wood, glass, rattan, mirrored, painted, and more.
A PLACE TO CURL UP
Make yourself a special cozy place to relax. A reading chair will be extra cozy with some good books nearby in a basket, a lamp, a footstool, a side table to set a cup of tea, and a soft blanket you can curl up in.
A BIT OF WARMTH
Every home can benefit from warmth. No matter what your color scheme, you can add warmth through natural tones like wood, leather, jute, warm metals, etc.
A room comes to life when an organic element is incorporated into the decor. Every room can benefit from having at least one plant, bouquet of flowers, or even a sprig of greenery like eucalyptus to remind us that spring is on its way.