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The Vibrant Colors of Crested Butte

Photos: Kim Raines

Few places rival Crested Butte, Colorado, with its stunning mountain scenery, true down-to-earth Coloradans, and an abundance of outdoor activities. From winter to summer, Crested Butte offers residents and visitors alike a wonderfully Colorado lifestyle. On top of that, Crested Butte hosts a brilliant art and design scene, highlighted during the Crested Butte Arts Festival.

Check out these photos in and around Crested Butte, as seen through the eyes of Kim Raines of Mountain Colors Paint & Design!

The 44th Annual Crested Butte Arts Festival takes place August 5-7, 2016 and is the perfect place to browse a selection of fine art for your home. While you're there, check out the “Art of Living Design Suite" Presented by Mountain Living and Colorado Homes & Lifestyles, where you will find great home decorating ideas from local designers Mountain Colors, Interior Visions, and The Artisan Rug Gallery.

Be sure to visit Mountain Colors Paint & Design at the 44th annual Crested Butte Arts Festival—located in the “Art of Living Design Suite” presented by Mountain Living and Colorado Homes & Lifestyles. Mountain Colors is a locally owned business, was named the Crested Butte Business of the Year in 2010, and focuses on paint and stain, decorative and functional hardware, and lighting. Owner Kim Raines believes that the beauty of Crested Butte inspires the design and layout of indoor spaces, too, which drives her work on a daily basis. Follow @crestedbuttecolors on Instagram for more gorgeous Crested Butte scenery and art!


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