For those of you who've been reading for a little while now, you may recall my visit to Jenn's gorgeous new ranch home in Denver, back in April. (It's actually only new to her, and is really a great update on a classic ranch home.) I love her eclectic glam sense of style, and how she's slowly amassing an impressive collection of art and posters.
Well I was never very happy with how those pictures came out (and I'm never happy going very long between visits with Jenn!), plus I missed lots of important things like, oh, the EXTERIOR, so this past weekend while we were in Denver, I snapped a better set of photos. Enjoy!
Keep reading after the jump to see the little details that help make her place so stunning...
The redwood and lucite console table that she designed and had fabricated
Before and after of a chair she had painted and reupholstered (originally from HomeGoods)
Collection of menus from her travels that she has had laminated to act as placemats
Some of the posters in the travel-themed guest room
Great bathroom tile and super-modern dual flusher
Great bedside table and eclectic jewelry storage in the master bedroom
And my favorite details, the architectural ones: black I-beams and modern, flat casing and trim throughout the house
Isn't Jenn's house fantastic? Of course it's a great house to begin with, but I love everything she has done with it. And I'm not just saying that so that she'll invite me back to stay in her uber-comfy guest room. :-)
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