a bedroom with a canopy bed and white walls.

Rocky Mountain Coastal

Luxury Residential
Luxury Residential
Private Residence
Morrison, CO
JVL Associates Architecture

What started out as a dark, traditional floor plan was re-imagined into a bright, open-concept, family and entertainment- friendly home upon a full gut renovation. Positioned perfectly in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains, the home seamlessly blends two differing styles of the owners – transitional rustic vs. coastal. Rustic wood floors are carried throughout the home, juxtaposed with a neutral color palette and nods of coastal design (hello white shiplap!) prove that particular aesthetics are not limited to location. This empty nester home also touts a multi-functional, custom rec room for entertaining at the bar, watching movies, playing with the grandkids, keeping the dogs contained (in their own dedicated play space) and displaying collectibles in a unique and functional way (check out the football helmet wall!).

a dining room table with chairs and a chandelier. AFTER
a dining room with a table and chairs.
a home office with a desk and bookcases.
a kitchen with a center island surrounded by chairs. AFTER
a glass vase with a plant inside of it.
a stove top oven sitting inside of a kitchen.
a living room filled with furniture and a fire place. AFTER
a living room filled with furniture and a large window.
a bedroom with a canopy bed and white walls. AFTER
a wooden bench sitting in front of a window.
a bathroom with a tub, sink, and mirror. AFTER
a bathroom with a stool and a mirror.
a chandelier hanging from a ceiling in a room.
a living room filled with furniture and a bar. AFTER
a kitchen with a bar with stools next to it. AFTER
a hockey game is being played on the tv above the kitchen sink.
a living room with a couch a table and a guitar.
a child's room with a teepee tent, chair, and stuffed animals.
a couple of beds sitting in a bedroom next to a window.