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The Top 15 Home Stories of 2015

The best homes we covered this year, from rustic cabins to celebrity cribs



Once again, the year went by like a flash, but not without an overflow of gorgeous Colorado homes. From midcentury modern lofts and celebrity cribs to rustic cabins and expansive ranches, here are the most popular home features from 2015.


Photo: Emily Minton Redfield

1. A Guest House Overflowing With Style: Despite its small size, this designer's guest home is a giant when it comes to sophisticated comfort.

 


Photo: Kimberly Gavin

2. A Girl, A Blog, A Barn: A look inside the Silverthorne log barn of Half Baked Harvest blogger Tieghan Gerard.

 


Photo: David Patterson

3. A Remodel of a Cabin in the Woods: A relocated L.A. designer reclaims and renovates a rustic mountain cabin with a mix of retro and new elements.

 


Photo: Ron Ruscio and Associate Nate Koerner

4. A Cowboy Meets an Artist: Yin meets yang in the 2015 Home of the Year, on a hilltop in Evergreen.

 


Photo: Courtesy of The Stockton Group

5. President Ford's Former Beaver Creek HomeThis presidential property is adorned with thoughtful, historic details.

 


Photo: David Patterson

6. A Renovated Retreat: Rustic barn wood and luxe furnishings bring this dated mountain escape into the here and now.

 


Photo: Courtesy of The Wolfe Group

7. A Sleek Modern Masterpiece: This Denver home was originally built for Steve Ells, the founder of Chipotle.

 


Photo: Gibeon Photography

8. Clean & Serene: Timeless finishes and contemporary furnishings take a 1980s Aspen home from funky to fabulous.

 


Photo: Emily Minton Redfield

9. The Ice Man Chilleth: A sneak peek into the stylish Denver loft of Colorado Avalanche star Gabriel Landeskog.

 


Photo: David Patterson

10. A Mountain Modern Estate on Roaring Fork Riverfront: This two-home property—a contemporary main home and rustic luxury cabin—are a sight to be seen.

 


Photo: David Patterson

11. Warm and Welcoming: An Antique Dealer's Eclectic Home: A Cherry Hills home proves the perfect setting for an antique dealer’s eclectic amalgam of time-worn furnishings, storied artifacts and pretty details.

 


Photo: Emily Minton Redfield

12. A Natural Retreat for a Tight-Knit Crew: Organic surfaces, modern textures, and mountain views make an ideal enclave for one Colorado family.

 


Photo: Lair Photography

13. Mad Dog Ranch in the Heart of the Rockies: A tour of the expansive estate of late rock singer Joe Cocker.

 


Photo: David Patterson

14. The Chubby Bungalow: This 104-year-old property with a wide front porch was reborn into a home that embodies the heart of its owner.

 


Photo: David Patterson

15. A Midcentury Modern Home With Great Bones: A 1950s Denver architect’s design comes home again, thanks to a 21st-century architect and her family.

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