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This Breckenridge Home is Giving Us Serious Fall Vibes

With earth tones, natural finishes, and expansive views, autumn from this perch is spectacularly framed.

Photos courtesy of Sierra Pacific Windows

Built into its site in Breckenridge, Colorado, this mountain home acts as an architectural tribute to the mountainside on which it sits. Warm woods, natural finishes, and expansive views abound. And while mountain homes are dynamic and enjoyable year-round, we’re willing to bet that autumn from this perch is spectacularly framed.

A stone base, wood siding, large deck, and chestnut bronze hardware all integrate the home’s exterior with its surrounding landscape. The home’s large, wraparound windows boast a bronze powder-coat finish—and awnings, along with direct glaze, allow for a more open and unobstructed contemporary look.

The warm and rustic earth tones continue indoors, including pine-framed windows and a cozy stone fireplace—the perfect spot to curl up with a mug of hot cocoa and take in the fall foliage in all its glory.


BUILDER Pinnacle Mountain Homes  WINDOWS Sierra Pacific Windows

Lance Lair is the Colorado Regional Manager for Sierra Pacific Windows, a company that provides strikingly innovative windows and doors, crafted with time-tested attention to detail. View their profile or contact Lance at 303.465.4676.

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