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Industrial eclectic home with a Harry Potter inspired-library in Colorado

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Architectural Workshop in collaboration with Duet Design Group renovated this industrial eclectic family home located in Cherry Hills Village, Colorado. The homeowner’s desired an industrially sophisticated, yet playfully eclectic environment for their 7,500 square foot home. The end result is a perfect juxtaposition of unexpected elegance, while still maintaining a truly functional and inviting home to grow and raise their family.

Above: In the entry foyer features a beautiful installation of about 30 pendant lights, hung at varying heights. This helps to fill an open and vast space while creating a candlelit effect. A custom rug by Dedalo Living is patterned hair on hide.

What We Love: This industrial eclectic home offers unique and intriguing details throughout, with surprising warmth and comfort. Although large, the project team did a fantastic job of creating more intimate living spaces, minus the open-floorplan treatment. Living spaces have been successfully divided without closing them off, using clever design features. We are especially loving the Harry Potter-inspired home library, a book lovers dream!

Tell Us: What do you think of the overall design of this home, any details you would have done differently? Please share your feedback in the Comments!

Note: We have featured another fabulous home tour here on One Kindesign from the portfolio of the interior designer’s of this project, Duet Design Group: Rustic meets contemporary in sophisticated Colorado dwelling.

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Above: In the dining room, a partial glass wall gives the space a more intimate feel even though it’s open to the main area of the house. 

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Above: The living room takes up about half of the open space on the main floor of this home. A large sectional gives this space the separation it needs to keep from blending into the kitchen.

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Above: Wall planters in the corner of the living room are styled with faux succulents and plants. 

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Above: This custom, two-sided fireplace is made of steel and glass.

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Above: In the kitchen, the custom range hood is composed of concrete, while the islands are topped with marble. A swinging metal door with a porthole window leads into the pantry.

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Above: The flooring in the mudroom features hexagonal Ragno porcelain tiles, staggered into the hardwood flooring. This design was created for both function and aesthetics, protecting the hardwood from snowy and wet boots and shoes. The pattern mimics the design of the custom rug in the foyer.

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Above: This home office/library features vaulted ceilings and high walls, allowing for plenty of space to create built-in bookshelves of the homeowner’s dreams.

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Above: The interior designer wanted to arrange the books in this home library by appearance, yet the homeowners insisted on categorizing their collection by subject matter. They are avid readers, so there are no fake books in this home. Interesting Fact: The homeowners are both Harry Potter fanatics, and they request a Harry Potter inspired-library. 

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Above: The powder bathroom was given a life with this faux suede Phillip Jeffries wallcovering.

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Above: The homeowner’s needed a craft room that would inspire creativity. To meet this request, the designer selected a multi-hued hexagon tile for the floor and a wallcovering on the ceiling by Lindsay Cowles. 

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Above: Dark blue barn doors creates a dramatic entrance into the master bedroom.

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Above: In the master bedroom, an abstract watercolor wallcovering from Area Environments creates a focal wall. The bed was handcrafted by the owner and his father, composed of slabs of narra hardwood.

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Above: The couple has his and her closets. The designer gave the “hers” closet a decidedly feminine feel, leaving the industrial elements out. This space features full glam, with cabinets painted in Desert Rose 2094-50 | Benjamin Moore. The overhead light fixture is from Visual Comfort.

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Above: In the master bathroom, the homeowner’s requested a cozy and comfortable feel. A wood slated wall, wood-look hexagonal tiles and a contemporary chandelier creates warmth and luxury. 

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Above: The industrial style laundry room is central to all the bedrooms on the upper level of this dwelling. 

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Above: The homeowner’s requested a gender-neutral nursery, along with a timeless aesthetic. The designer selected earth tones and classic furnishings to fulfill this request.

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Above: The guest bedroom features a metal and wooden bed frame, handcrafted by the homeowner’s father.

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Above: This spacious guest bathroom was designed in neutral tones so that it would be suitable for any overnight guests.

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Photos: Emily Minton Redfield

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