A Dream Kitchen in Snowmass in 5280 Magazine

A Dream Kitchen in Snowmass in 5280 Magazine

With eight bedrooms, eight bathrooms, and 3800 square feet, this Snowmass Village retreat had exceptional bones. The large windows highlighted epic views of Alpine Springs and Snowmass ski area. But the closed-off kitchen was decidedly stuck in the 1990s – “before kitchens were celebrated public spaces” as architect Flynn Stewart-Severy put it. This home deserved a dream kitchen in Snowmass.

In partnership with Stewart-Severy’s firm (F&M Architects) and designer Jason Mitchell, Beck Building Company completely transformed the main living area of the home. The resulting project became a welcoming, contemporary oasis. Taking special care to highlight the home’s incredible surroundings, the finished project keeps the interiors simple, yet elegant and elevated. 

Contemporary Warmth

The clean white walls and crisp dark trim mix with glamorous brass accents and bleached walnut floors to create a clean-yet-warm impression in this dream kitchen in Snowmass. To modernize the space, Beck created a spacious great room that connects the kitchen, dining room, and living space. 

The showpiece of the renovation is undoubtedly the kitchen. Elegant windows trimmed in contrasting black replaced the short, dark upper cabinets. Wooden beams in the ceiling maintain the home’s mountain chic, but slender materials open up the space. The granite waterfall counters add a touch of cool tones against the flared brass range hood.

The primary bedroom and bathroom were thoroughly redone with  cool, light tones anchored with brass accents and dark trim which mirror the rest of the home. A glass shower allows light to filter in, while the spacious vanity provides storage and glamor. 

Read the feature on this Snowmass Home in 5280 Magazine.