Surrounded by mountains and pine trees, HGTV Dream Home 2007 is the ultimate vacation home. A rustic lodge theme brings the Colorado wilderness right indoors.
A lodge-inspired foyer is the perfect entrance into the home. From the moment you walk in, you're surrounded by rustic wood beams and natural furnishings for that cozy mountain feel.
The living room, also known as the Lodge Room, is a nice representation of outdoor living. Warm neutral tones and natural textures bring the Colorado mountains right inside. Hints of aubergine provide a calming color addition.
With ample countertop space and seating, this cozy yet elegant kitchen is the ideal spot for entertaining. For a subtle pop of color, interior designer Linda Woodrum used blue tones throughout the room to complement the surrounding neutral hues.
Just offset from the kitchen, a chic and casual dining room provides a perfect touch of elegance to the home. Floor-to-ceiling draperies around the open windows showcase stunning views of the wooded area just outside.
This modern home office combines style with functional, organized solutions. With such a small space to work in, leatherette cubes keep clutter at bay and add a sophisticated touch.
High pine ceilings stacked with timber trusses make this master bedroom a mountain retreat. Cocoa-colored walls, white furniture and contrasting textures deliver a romantic, cabin feel.
With groups of pine trees just outside, the open master bathroom features incredible views with plenty of privacy. Elegant accessories complement the rustic iron and wood fixtures for a sophisticated mountain feel.
The third-floor landing is a luxurious room of its own. Rugged iron fixtures, comfortable seating and a private observation deck create a cozy and spectacular space right at the top of the stairs.
Guests will feel right at home in this neutral, soothing bedroom. Black and cream are a comfortable color duo with an antique feel.
Floor-to-ceiling plaid is the backdrop to two twin canopy beds decked in matching fabric. Adjacent to the beds, sage-green walls offer a contrast to the plaid backdrop.
The downstairs media room is easily the most comfortable room in the house. Comfortable leather chairs and sofas, an extra-large, flat-screen television and a small kitchen provide everything you need for a relaxing family night.
Welcome the great outdoors as you step into the kids' bunk room. Twig-style furniture and nature-inspired decor call to the inner cowboy, making this space the ultimate playhouse.
The best views from the house are found on the outdoor patio, complete with a pair of wooden glider benches and forest-green accent pillows.
A custom work desk and storage cabinets keep the garage organized and clutter-free. Various drawers and cabinets keep tools and other necessities safely stored until needed.