Aspen Vacation Home Blends Rustic, Contemporary Style

To give an Oklahoma couple their dream vacation home in Aspen, Colo., designer Colin Griffith outfitted their 15,000-square-foot space with a mix of rustic and contemporary pieces. The result is an elegant mountain-side retreat that makes entertaining guests truly effortless.

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Photo By: Emily Redfield Photography

Photo By: Emily Redfield Photography

Photo By: Emily Redfield Photography

Photo By: Emily Redfield Photography

Photo By: Emily Redfield Photography

Photo By: Emily Redfield Photography

Photo By: Emily Redfield Photography

Photo By: Emily Redfield Photography

Photo By: Emily Redfield Photography

Photo By: Emily Redfield Photography

Photo By: Emily Redfield Photography

Rustic Retreat Offers Weekend Getaway

Featuring a stone exterior and gray paneling, this rustic-modern retreat in Aspen, Colo., easily fits with the surrounding landscape. Black woven chairs by the fire pit create space for year-round entertaining.
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Foyer Showcases Stone Accent Wall

With a large wooden door and a stone-covered accent wall, the foyer of this rustic home brings the great outdoors inside. An area rug softens the granite floor, while a bench becomes a seat for removing shoes and snow attire. 
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Living Room Complete With Mountain View

In this contemporary living room, floor-to-ceiling windows allow for a breathtaking view of the mountains. An ivory leather sofa and a pair of armchairs by the fireplace ensure enough seats for comfortable relaxation. 
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Modern Chandelier Doubles as Art

A round chandelier floats overhead, both illuminating the room and adding interest, much like artwork. Two custom, raccoon fur-wrapped lamps help balance the space and further its rustic aesthetic.
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Art Deco-Inspired Powder Room

Just down the hall, an Art Deco-inspired backsplash adds movement and visual interest to the powder room. A simple, freestanding vanity carved in Bali gives visitors room to wash up, while also keeping all eyes on the bold design. 
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Dining Room With Glass-Blown Pendants

Set against floor-to-ceiling windows, this contemporary dining table boasts breakfast with a view. Overhead, delicate glass pendant lights create understated visual interest and balance the rustic flooring. 
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Two Kitchen Islands for Easy Entertaining

With two sizable, marble-topped islands, this professional-grade kitchen allows for meal prep and easy entertaining. To draw attention away from the stainless appliances, the designer outfitted the space with warm walnut cabinetry.
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Elegant Yet Intimate Wine Cellar

For a luxurious yet intimate experience, this vacation home includes its own wine cellar. Against the stone walls, a high-top table and stools provide room for late-night conversation and wine tastings. 
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Master Suite Features Mountain Colors

Infused with the same soothing hues as the mountains, this platform bed encourages quiet rest and relaxation. Brown leather chairs help maintain the master suite's sophisticated nature. 
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Platform Bed With Floating Nightstand

High-end linens like silk and cashmere decorate the bed for a luxurious night's rest. To the right, a sleek nightstand topped with a glass lamp catches the eye and allows for late-night reading. 
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Spa Bathroom Features Neutral Finishes

Just off the master suite, this contemporary bathroom includes a sleek, glass-enclosed shower and wooden vanity with plenty of storage options. A faux-fur rug underfoot keeps the room soft.
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Freestanding Tub With Dramatic Flair

A freestanding tub adds a dramatic touch to this light and airy bathroom. Broad windows allow for soaking up the natural light and surrounding mountain views, while a bear carved from petrified wood serves as a step stool. 
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