A ’70s-era Aspen townhome gets a stunning 21st century redo that puts Mother Nature front and center.
The master bedroom boasts a custom platform bed, a floating dresser and built-in closets, all by BenchCraft Custom Woodwork.
The owner saw great promise in this cozy townhome tucked away in an inviting grove of trees on the east end of Aspen—as did David Kaufman of Kaufman Segal Design, who collaborated with Colorado-based architecture firm Rowland + Broughton to give the ’70s-style townhome a completely contemporary makeover.
A Kravet Jazz sofa adds serious comfort factor to the living room, where Shepard Fairey’s “Damaged Wrong Path Mural” is a visual focal point.
“Clean, light, sleek and uncluttered were important to me,” notes the client, who directed KSD to bring the outdoors in with lots of natural light. “I also…