The Top 10 Most-Pinned CH&L Stories
From bunk rooms to farmhouses, these are our top performing articles on Pinterest
Pinterest is a haven for home design dreamers. With an endless supply of #ideas for designing your dream home, Pinterest is the second best source of inspiration—after Colorado Homes & Lifestyles of course.
Our 10,000+ followers and more have found design ideas from homes and rooms we’ve pinned on our Pinterest page over the years.
Here, we’ve collected the top ten pins of all time along with the CH&L story from which image is featured.
Check out these stories and don’t forget to follow us on Pinterest for more #inspo.
This home celebrates the kitchen in the ultimate open plan. HMH Architecture + Interiors were inspired by “the majestic mountains the house is located in and the clients’ concept of what constitutes a great kitchen,” says architect Harvey Hine.
An East Coast couple buys a sleeping beauty of a space near Denver’s South Pearl Street. Twin bunk beds with drawers and shelves were built in with the house, making for a fun place where the kids can sleep, read or just hang out.
This four-bedroom home that sleeps 17 is just right for jumping in or curling up with a good book. It’s the bunk room for our Pinterest followers. Each bunk has a sleeping bag to complete the cabin vibe and allow for no-fuss bed-making.
Basking in the royal treatment—and a rollicking powder adventure—at Crested Butte’s Scarp Ridge Lodge. The design of the labyrinthine, 3-level, 7-bed slumbertopia was inspired by the game Chutes and Ladders, and it’s really almost too much fun to fall asleep in. Equipped with Legos and Xbox, the scene is set for the ultimate high-country pajama party.
At the end of a private access driveway, on five acres of historic Roaring Fork riverfront just up the road from Aspen, you’ll find this gorgeous mountain-modern property, Waterstone Way. This two-home property—a contemporary main home and rustic luxury cabin—are the last to be located this close to the river.
It’s nearly 2,000 miles from the Long Island shore to Cherry Hills Village, but this young couple aimed to bridge the distance and re-create some of that beachy, East Coast aesthetic, using shingle-style architecture and a resort-like expanse.
This two-story house on a corner lot in Denver’s Crestmoor neighborhood was planned to create a family space that would work for a busy family but would retain its charm once the girls headed off to college.
It’s no secret that the farmhouse has made a major comeback. In fact, the farmhouse is Colorado’s favorite interior design style. In this Observatory Park abode, Napa Valley-style farmhouse and Southern hospitality live happily ever after.
Consider this a game of thrones. Take a look at a diverse collection of 12 stylish loos, from tiny to regal, plus tips for every bathroom from the pros. The room with the most pins? This powder room tucked inside a new mountain contemporary home in Edwards.