Colorado is famous for a lot of things — outdoor adventure, craft beer, ski slopes and more. And when it comes to home design, our Front Range and mountain properties have defined lodge style — from the old-school cabins to new school masterpieces.
In our blog post, 2017 Home Design Trends from Local Interior Designers, the team at Forte Design Studios calls the look Mountain Modern. The blend of relaxing, mountain inspiration and clean, contemporary decor creates a setting perfect for entertaining, rejuvenating and, ultimately, living in paradise.
For inspiration, we put together a list of the most stunning lodge-style homes on the market in Colorado. Preview our picks then find out when you can visit in person to get a healthy dose of mountain air and refreshing design!
We were obsessed with this Livermore home even before we explored the interior. The horse property has a 10-acre pasture and a six stall barn, offering sweeping views of the mountain scenery. You’ll appreciate the views every day from the comfort of your stunning raised deck which you can access directly from the master suite!
This Livermore home has a dining room that takes the cozy, lodge atmosphere to a new level. We’re already imagining dinners with a roaring fire in the hearth and snow falling just on the other side of the floor to ceiling windows. But while the warm months are here, we’ll settle for breakfast on the sunny patio!
This stunning home merges classic mountain style with subtle modern details. Lounge in front of one of the most beautiful fireplaces we’ve seen in NoCo; then, grab a snack from the matte black kitchen. The contrast between the dark cabinets and natural wood is breathtaking!
In Glen Haven, between Estes Park and Fort Collins, you’ll find this home nestled into the mountain and surrounded by gorgeous evergreen. Though there are plenty of spaces to love (including a stunning white granite bath), we are head over heels for the master suite due to its French door entry to the raised deck. From there, you can see for miles or look down on your balcony hot tub.
In Fort Collins, this home brings lodge style to the city. Whether you’re welcoming guests in the dramatic Brazilian mahogany walled great room, or you’re sipping wine in the stunning outdoor living space, this home fits every occasion and every season. The seamless flow from interior to exterior will encourage you to spend every evening outdoors.
Lodge-style is inherently cozy. It inspires relaxing getaways and cozy nights by the fire. This home’s master suite — with views of mountains in the distance — will not make it easy to get out of bed on Monday morning. But it will make relaxing Sundays a reality every week! Just step onto the balcony and breathe in the mountain air.
What do you get when you blend lake views, refreshing cottage style and old-world lodge details? You get this charming Bellvue home! We’re swooning over the exposed brick hearth in the kitchen. On the opposite side of the open space, it echoes the exposed brick and vintage fireplace in the living room.
Just west of Denver in Conifer, this mountain home is just as stunning as the Rocky Mountain landscape that surrounds it. On 142 acres, there are two existing homes — one for you and one for your guests! In the main house, you’ll want to spend all your time in the living room. Elaborate design, natural woods and a stunning staircase make it one of the home’s architectural highlights.
This Wellington home has a subtle lodge style we love. Whether you’re stringing up your hammock on the lower patio, hosting guests on the wrap around deck, or cooking in the sunny kitchen, you’ll find the perfect space for every event and every mood.
Let us know which mountain home inspired your next lodge getaway!