This Colorado home is a renovation version of a 1970s ranch. The previous building was outdated physically and morally, and the owners wanted to fill their home with modern aesthetics. The facade was completely redone, sheathed with blackened cedar, and an extension was made for a new kitchen and another bedroom. At the same time, one wall was completely made of glass, so that nothing would interfere with enjoying the view of the mountains. There are also some interesting solutions in the interiors, for example, in the kitchen, a slatted wall from floor to ceiling hides the pantry door and the refrigerator, and a shower cubicle with three types of watering cans overlaps the sauna. Looks like a very good transformation of a fifty-year-old building!
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