This Danish farmhouse-inspired mountain home was designed by Martin Manley Architects, nestled on a lakeside property in Vail Valley, Colorado. Embracing the hygge style, this home is a lovely blend of natural materials and soothing textures. The interiors reflect a cozy nest punctuated with Bohemian accents.
The homeowners had a vision of their idyllic homestead, a barn with cottage overtones. The inspiration for the design was taken from a photo of a Danish farmhouse. For the main forms of this dwelling, masses are interlinked to create a sense of history, like the structures may have appeared over generations.
What We Love: This Danish farmhouse-inspired home offers warm and inviting living spaces both indoors and out. Equally inviting is this home’s location, nestled on a lake and surrounded by the beauty of Colorado’s rugged mountain terrain. Every detail in this home has been well thought out, from the large windows to soak in the views to the comfortable seating arrangements and decorative accents. We could feel right at home living here, how about you?
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Note: Have a look at a couple of other home tours that we have featured here on One Kindesign from the portfolio of the interior designers of this project, Sarah Carr Design: Sumptuous mountain contemporary home in Vail, Colorado and Contemporary mountain retreat in Colorado infused with warmth.
Above: At the rear of this dwelling, expansive terraces gently step down the hillside towards the lake. The outdoor dining table is from Front Gate. There is also a fire pit for family gathering and roasting marshmallows.
Above: The pillows and throws were sourced from Hygge Life.
Above: In the kitchen, the countertops are Caesarstone while the backsplash tile is from Decorative Materials. The homeowner prefers to work at the kitchen island instead of in an enclosed kitchen. To house a laptop, there is a hidden drawer in the island.
Above: The wall sconces are by Currey & Co., while the bar cabinetry is by Rob Hall’s Kitchens Plus.
Above: Large windows punctuate this home to take advantage of the mountain views and the lake to the north, while high transoms on the south filter sunlight deep into the living spaces.
Above: The hardwood flooring throughout this home was sourced from Creative Floors.
Above: Adding a pop of color to this powder room is a wall covering by Elitis. Flanking the mirror are wall sconces from Shades of Light. The vanity is from Dahl Plumbing.
Above: In the master bedroom, Cameroon Juju hats by Outpost Original are affixed to the wall above the carved Bavarian headboard. In front of the bed, the bench is from Home Outfitters, while the chair in the corner is from Arhaus.
Above: In the master bathroom, the vanity was designed by Rob Hall’s Kitchens Plus. Floors tiles were sourced from Decorative Materials.
Above: On the lovely front porch, the swing is from Houzz Trade, accented with pillows from Salt Creek Home.
Photos: Sarah Carr Design