Architect Dale Hubbard designed a Boulder house marked by contemporary forms and rustic materials. For the entry, he chose a hickory pivot door by Deines Custom Door and Kansas limestone—to match the exterior— for the floor. The large-scale painting is by Ian Fisher, and the pendant is by Artemide.
“It is almost impossible to find a large, straight wall in this apartment and where there is one, you can bet that I fill it with art. A long inset wall in the living room is the perfect fit for the super-large new work ‘Breathe,’ an oil painting by Aaron Kinnane 2014. Again, everything is same-hued. A one-off netball painted by the fantastic Australian (now in New York) artist Anthony Lister rests on a late 19th century French leather upholstered salon chair.”
I love the headboard and attached lights, but hate the rest of it. Exposed beams, asexual bedspread, and a cutting ceiling fan leave very little room for romance or rest in this area. Also, there are open doorways on either side of the bed. Bad, bad, bad.