Mountainside Boho Modernism

This beautiful 1920’s 6,200 square foot home that backs up to the mountains and a running creek defines the Colorado artistic style.  We started with a splash of boho modernism and sourced timeless art, but still kept the integrity of the structure.
 
 
The bedrooms consist of twenty foot artistic resin wall panels, hand-painted wallpaper, and upcycled wood from dead aspen trees on the property.  Custom furnishings and wallpaper images as well as a powder blue hand painted piano always gives the client’s guests an artistic greeting when they entertain.

Custom furnishings and geometrical shapes create a modern feel, while elements like an exposed brick wall and hand painted piano bring boho flair to this home.
Credit: Calvin Baines

Hand painted wallpaper and dark wood finishes bring a classic but modern Colorado feeling to a home built in the 1920’s.
Credit: Aaron Colussi

Bare brick and natural finishes remind us of the history of this home and give us a boho vibe, while a custom couch and modern touches make it feel updated and artistic.
Credit: Calvin Baines

Custom hanging lights and splashes of peach in the dining area create a warm, artistic feel in this boho chic home.
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A wall made of repurposed wood from dead aspen trees found throughout the property is the star of this eco-friendly living space, bringing the outdoor beauty of Colorado inside.
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A wood-burning fireplace makes this open space feel cozy, while a unique wood coffee table and custom couch make it artistic and comfortable.
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A brick support beam reminds you that you are in a building from the 1920s, yet the funky, artistic dining room incorporates bold colors and shapes, and the artwork creates a boho feel.
Credit: Calvin Baines

A brick support beam reminds you that you are in a building from the 1920s, yet the funky, artistic dining room incorporates bold colors and shapes, and the artwork creates a boho feel.
Credit: Calvin Baines

Hand painted wallpaper and honey-comb lighting bring an artistic feel to this classic bedroom with natural wood finishes.
Credit: Aaron Colussi

A skylight seating area creates a cozy space with lots of natural light, while wood flooring and furnishings bring some of the earth inside. Geometric lighting and hand painted wallpaper bring a touch of modern art to this boho chic bedroom.
Credit: Aaron Colussi

Eclectic furnishings bring the boho chic style into the room, while hand-painted wallpaper gives a modern, artistic edge to this Colorado home.
Credit: Aaron Colussii

Natural finishes shine in this room, and while the hand-painted wallpaper feels modern and artistic, the banjo reminds us that the mountains are never far away.
Credit: Calvin Baines

A simple bathroom with elegant finishes is made modern by artistic wall sconces and vessel sinks.
Credit: Calvin Baines

A hanging love seat next to a look through wood-burning fireplace is paired with wicker chairs to create an outdoor space which is practical and comfortable, but also modern and artistic.
Credit: Calvin Baines

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About Kari Whitman Interiors

Celebrity interior designer Kari Whitman founded Kari Whitman Interiors in Los Angeles in 1994 as a design build firm specializing in high-end residential interior design. Kari is one of Hollywood’s most sought-after interior designer talents. Residential clients including Jessica Alba, Kristen Bell, Melanie Griffith and Antonio Banderas, and Don Johnson have embraced her eclectic design style and knowledge of eco-friendly interior design. Kari’s expertise also extends into commercial interior design, and projects range from condos to estate homes, boutique hotels to large-scale residential developments. A member of the prestigious American Society for Interior Design, Kari has showcased prominent design projects throughout California, New York, Denver, Colorado, Aspen, Miami, and Dallas. To spend more time in nature, Kari now operates out of her residential interior design office in Boulder, Colorado.

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