Parade of Homes

Custom home design balancing modern design aesthetic with rustic architectural details.
Master Bathroom
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Clean, crisp lines paired with natural materials create an inviting master bathroom. Photograph by Ron Ruscio
“Like the colors” — starwebs
Dining Room
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French doors open to a beautifully landscaped garden for indoor/outdoor feel. Highlighted with plaster accent wall, alabaster chandelier, and immaculate detailing. Photograph by: Ron Ruscio
“idea fora dining side board” — joesusan
Foyer
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A welcoming view of the Colorado Foothills invite you through the front door. Crisp lines coupled with rich texture create warmth and natural beauty. Photography by Ron Ruscio
“Inset slate in foyer floor” — DK Designs
Exterior View
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Textured stone together with a stucco finish help the home blend in with the natural surroundings. Photography by Ron Ruscio
“favorite style” — ravenbrandt
Great Room
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Reclaimed timbers add warmth and intimacy to this large great room. Natural elements combined with clean lines and neutral colors, make for an inviting space. Photography by Ron Ruscio
“light color leather with stone” — joclynnorris
Kitchen
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A combination of materials and textures add depth and dimension to this space. Creative use of natural stone and quartz countertops help to create interest in the large central island. Photography by Ron Ruscio
“Light fixture” — kiki8064
Powder Bathroom
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By using the mosaic tile from floor to ceiling and a long, linear mirror, the small powder room is warmed with texture and remains bright by reflecting lots of light. Photo: Ron Ruscio
“Feature stone” — Diane McKinnon
Walk-out Basement
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Paneled walls and concrete fireplace surround add warmth and richness. Photo: Ron Ruscio
“Track lighting” — liana0908
Stairs
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By wrapping carpet on the treads only, the footprint is quiet while maintaining a clean, contemporary look. Photo: Ron Ruscio
“Melange de couleurs” — chouette123
Wine Room
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Industrial looking hardware allows the glass doors to open for entry yet showcase the beauty even when closed. Photo: Ron Ruscio
“could put stone built out corner instead of dead corner. then do something like this on the back wal” — jodistewart
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