Friday, August 19, 2011


Interior designer David Easton and renovation architect Eric J. Smith renovated and designed this Aspen home on Red Mountain. After the renovation of the 1970’s home, Easton designed the interior using a palette of blue grays, tans, and biscuit, providing pops of color through his use of the art, pillows, and accessories.

Easton’s use of his trademark tall bay windows provide a breathtaking view of the lovely mountains and fireplaces add warmth to this beautiful family vacation home. ENJOY!


Photography by Laura Resen
Veranda Magazine September 2011

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The enchanted home said...

One of my recent favorites!! I love that Zoffany paper in the dining room, the colorways throughout the entire house is just perfection, so soothing and elegant. A truly timeless interior.

Anonymous said...

there's that gorgeous blue color again..
it's so much a it with the putty color on the walls too...
beautiful wallpaper too..
have a great weekend,

Kathysue said...

Teresa, Oh how I love this post with all its touches of blue and textures!! Beautifully designed rooms. Kathysue

Carla@DesignintheWoods said...

This is such a gorgeous project. I love that it's not rugged up the mountains, but more refined. Love David Easton's work!

Luciane at said...


I love your posts and this one is just as amazing! This home is so welcoming! I love every single space here.

Have a great weekend, sweetie.


Luciane at

quintessence said...

Veranda was another fabulous issue this month - between this and the Thomas O'Brien features, it is a dog eared special. Agree with Tina, am in love with the Zoffany paper - love the color, pattern and scale!!

Anonymous said...

Gorgeous! I am loving the foyer and the bedroom and those ceilings!! xo

under spanish moss said...

These are just gorgeous! We are so intrigued by antique lighting and these are timeless picks. Chandelier, sconces, lanterns…oh my!

Have a wonderful rested weekend!!!

Renee and Angela

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