The owners bought this 1970s 'Colorado Lodge Style' student rental in central Boulder to turn it into a home for their family of four. The existing interior layout was awkward and inefficient. Thus, the first floor was reorganized to create more usable, family-friendly spaces and to create a relationship with the well-used backyard.
The barn lumber and wood floor were salvaged from the existing house to create a softened contrast for the light-filled, full-height spaces.
The kitchen and two bathrooms were completely renovated using modern finishes to tie the house together. The result is a modern home that functions effortlessly for a family of four.
Chris Nyce, Nyceone Photography
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