Out West Week: Inside Pauline Pitt’s Rustic Aspen Getaway
As I enjoy a great week out west in Colorado for spring skiing, I feel the need to share some of my favorite rustic and western interiors that I have recently saved.
I am a sucker for Aspen and the beautiful town as well as the architecture.
This house and story from AD is certainly worth a look. This traditional log cabin retreat is a beauty.
Decorator Pauline Pitt shares her Aspen, Colorado, getaway with her real-estate-entrepreneur beau, Jerry Seay, and a host of family. The house was originally designed by architect Theodore K. Guy.
Pitt placed a 1950s elk trophy above the front door; the flooring in the entrance hall is slate.
The main façade.
A wintry view of the property.
The family room features a sectional sofa clad in a Quadrille print and an ottoman embroidered by Frances Munn.
A custom-made bunk bed by A Great Find stands in a children’s guest room.
A woven-raffia bed anchors a guest room; the embroidered ottoman was made by Pitt’s mother, Frances Munn Baker.
The kitchen is outfitted with painted cabinetry and a granite-top island; the flooring is heart pine.
A tribal-style rug is spread out in the master bath.
Antlers accent the office.
Is this house not a beauty?
I love the west, the western lifestyle and the rustic chic interiors. These previous posts highlighting some of my favorites are below. The * items are the favorites and most popular. They are all actually worth a look.
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