The small, light-filled family room has a custom sofa, custom X-benches and fun wine fridge/game cabinet I designed to work with the rooms original closet.  The refrigerator is up higher because the closet is cut by stairs at the base of it.  We kept the bungalow's original molding wherever possible.  
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 In the bungalow's very small, original living room we placed two matching settees to unify the small space and maximize seating without it looking too cluttered.  I added a custom, mahogany mantel to the original bookshelves at the fireplace.  The original mantel was long gone.  The art over the fireplace is a custom piece by Colorado artist Julia Havel.
 We refinished the client's gorgeous pine table, added a custom leather bench, custom drapes with matching seat cushions and kept the palette natural, warm and simple. 
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 We had the space to add a little bookshelf on the stair's landing.  I had the trim match the rest of the home and added beadboard to the back for interest.  
 This is a great example of what to do with the space above a closet in a room with a vaulted ceiling.  The client's daughter loves the climbing wall and the reading nook.  The ladder slides to the side when not in use.  
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 A partial view of the Master Bedroom on the left with a sliding barn door made from the client's old fence.  The master bathroom feels light filled and airy thanks to the vaulted ceiling and the skylight and window in the shower.
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