If I was a designer in the 1960’s I like to think I could have designed a house as creative as this! My family and I stayed in this beautiful log house located in the woods in Aspen, Colorado last week. It was originally designed by Herb & Marcy Balderson many years ago. Herb, who passed away a few years ago, was a master wood worker. His artwork in the form of carved bowls, statues and iron work, graces the walls of this home and the scenic outdoors.
Hidden Treasures in Aspen
What about creating a floating stairway for your home with glass enclosure to make it an architectural focal point? What about a custom range hood in copper with wrap around metal detail? What about floating burners in the middle of a beautiful stone slab for you to cook and entertain for the holidays? How about an OUTDOOR kitchen?…
The common element throughout is good design. There’s always a reason why an element is chosen for a certain place, whether it’s a colorful painting in a room or a specific fabric on a chair. There’s also a functionality to every item that is unique to each project’s solution. It’s sort of like an oversized jigsaw puzzle with a place and reason for each piece.