Home of the Year Highlights: Natural Glamour


Photo by David O. Marlow

Location: Aspen, Colorado

Winning details: For the glamorous 2012 Home of the Year, architect Charles Cunniffe and interior designers Andrew Sheinman and Francis Nicdao created a mix of modern and “mountain” by combining clean lines with spare natural materials. “We wanted to keep the house very calm and relaxing, so we didn’t use a lot of color,” Sheinman says. “The unity of surfaces creates an air of luxury.”

The designers took cues from the home’s architecture when selecting the color palette, which ranges from creamy beiges to chocolates browns. They highlighted the custom furnishings, like this large sectional couch, by choosing solid fabrics within the purposefully limited color palette. “We were very focused on the form of each piece, and solid colors bring out the shapes,” Sheinman says.

See more here: mountainliving.com/article/home-year-naturally-glamorous

Could your mountain home be our next Home of the Year? The deadline for 2013 Home of the Year entries is fast approaching—entries must be mailed by July 15!—so start snapping photos of your mountain home, fill out that entry form, and enter today! 

Categories: Architecture & Interiors