Blending interior and exterior living

This custom retirement home maximized both the interior and exterior living spacing for a couple returning back to Colorado after 30 years away. Featuring reclaimed snow fence siding from Wyoming and locally quarried stone features, this modern home is meticulously designed inside and out.

An inviting, open floorplan is punctuated by natural light cascading through the oversized metal clad wood windows. The soft stone features, hardwood floors, and tile all perfectly compliment one another to create a blend of western charm and modern day appeal.

From the box car kitchen island counter-top to the remaining quartz counters, the kitchen design is ideal for cooks of any levels, house parties, and casual Sunday morning brunches. Metal railings and metal accents found throughout the home compliment the country estate stylings and mountain vistas.

The finished lower level and master suite are integrated into the laundry room, accessible to the breezeway.

Architect – Greg Fisher

Photos – Sierra Ann Photography

My husband and I built our dream forever home while living a thousand miles away. This required us to put a great deal of trust in Barry. Barry did not disappoint; he did what he promised, to perfection, and built for us a home that even surpassed our dreams. Our friends and family have difficulty believing this, but it is the truth – Barry did not exceed the original budget for our home! At the walk-through upon completion of our home, our architect made the comment that this was the first time a residential builder had ever precisely followed his architectural plans; that many times a builder will not do so to save time or money. Barry is a man, and a builder, of integrity. When we first met Barry he told us that building a home is a journey. We are most grateful Barry was on the journey with us.

Lisa and in memory of Scott