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Differentiation and definition between the kitchen, family room and breakfast room is achieved by a pattern of white-lacquered ceiling beams, and all open onto outdoor patios. Furnishings fell to Denver-based designer Melinda S. Douglas, of Douglas Associates, who had worked with the owners on their previous home in Denver. While that house had been smaller in scale, many of the items selected for it made the move to Cherry Creek. “Everything translated,” Douglas says. “The owners were so attuned to unassuming elegance that we were able to move the living room and master bedroom from one address to another.” Of course, new pieces—including antiques, upholstered soft goods, art and fine bedding—as well as custom finishes, were added to those rooms and others.

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Porches such as this help extend living areas out into the garden. Clustered columns allow both visual and structural support. Colorado buff flagstone from Percoco Marble in Denver grounds a setting of furniture from Walters Wicker and Munder-Skiles.

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