Plaid Canopy Beds
The twin open-canopy beds in the guest bedroom suite are dressed in a fringed version of the soft brown cotton-plaid used in the draperies covering the wall behind the beds.
Wrap-Around Curtain Panels
The curtain panels wrap around to frame smaller windows on the adjoining walls. This \"wall of flannel\" provides the perfect backdrop for the two smooth pine bed frames. Designer Linda Woodrum has kept the bed canopies open to give the room a wider, less-cluttered feel. Iron lamps with creamy canvas shades stand beside each of the beds, which share a low, walnut bureau as their nightstand.
The sage green walls offer a soothing contrast to the chocolate tones of the curtains and the textured cotton area rug trimmed in creamy white fringe. Near the foot of the bed, a comfy armchair upholstered in the same plaid as the curtains and bedspreads rests alongside a tiered walnut bookcase.
Tiled Powder Room
The guest bath is a powder room with a shower tiled in taupe, tumbled marble. The window is dressed with fawn-colored, cotton pinch-pleat draperies trimmed in the plaid from the bedroom, and a doorway opens onto a private deck.
Balcony With a View
The third-floor guest rooms share a balcony overlooking the mountain forest behind the house. The great outdoors that surround this amazing Colorado home form the perfect backdrop for al fresco living.