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Renovated home in Colorado unveils a New England chic style

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This transitional style home was renovated by architects Ekman Design Studio, set in Cherry Hills Village, a municipality located just south of Denver, Colorado. The project consists of a 9,000 square foot remodel of a 1977-built home into a more clean and timeless style. Originally, this residence was characterized by a patchwork of styles, from Colonial to French Country, a result of previous remodels that left the home lacking in a cohesive design style.

The design team set to work, cleaning up the floor plan and creating a more natural flow, while pulling together the additions that were original to the home. The exterior facade remained mostly preserved, while on the interior, the kitchen and breakfast room were opened up to the great room. A back staircase was completely rebuilt, which exposed the windows, flooding the interiors with natural light.

Project Team: Architecture: Ekman Design Studio / Designer: Nadia Watts Interior Design / Builder: Haley Custom Homes

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Above: The flooring is red oak 2 1/4″ wide with a medium brown with black for stain and water popped.

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Allocates: This home was featured in the Gold List 2014 Edition of Luxe Magazine.

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Above: The two-story great room features a large map of Paris serving as art on the wall. The chandelier is by Paul Ferrante, while stained beams adds visual interest to the ceiling. The chairs are from Guy Chaddock. The lamps are Bunny Williams.

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Above: The walls are painted in White Dove OC-17 | Benjamin Moore. The fireplace is black marble.

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Above: The dining chairs are from Oly Studios. The trestle dining table is from Arhaus. The light fixture over the dining table is from Guy Chaddock. The wall sconces are from Ply Lighting.

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What We Love: This beautifully renovated home presents a fresh and stylish new design, open and spacious and effortlessly flows from one space to the next. The use of hand-hewn wood beams, decorative wrought iron railings on the staircase and custom woodworking for the paneling, base, and trim adds to the overall New England chic style… Readers, please share what details in this home most caught your eye and why in the Comments below!

Note: Have a look at another fabulous home tour that we have featured here on One Kindesign from the portfolio of Ekman Design Studio: Rustic Colorado mountain home offers refined contemporary interiors.

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Above: The living room walls are painted in Bookroom Red Farrow and Ball.

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Above: The lantern over the dining table was sourced from Urban Electric.

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Above: The kitchen was designed by Denver-based custom cabinet designer Wm Ohs. The pendant lights above the 5’x10′ island were sourced from Urban Electric. The cabinets were custom designed, with white marble countertops on the island and soapstone on the perimeter and a subway tile backsplash. The rattan counter stools are from Serena & Lily.

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Above: A pantry is built into the wall, painted in a custom color using Farrow and Ball paint.

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Above: The home office features grasscloth wallpaper and a West Elm lamp.

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Above: The master bedroom features a vaulted ceiling, making the space feel light and airy. The king size bed boasts a custom headboard and custom side tables complimented by custom drapes.

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Above: A sitting room in the master bedroom features Katie Ridder wallpaper and a rope chandelier.

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Photos: Emily Redfield and Nadia Watts Interior Design

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