Oh, it’s so wonderful to be back to do what I love! How have you guys been? Did you have fun during the holidays?
Before we start talking about this beautiful ski lodge, I have to apologize for taking this long to come back. At first, I wanted to take a small break from the blog to be able to finish a project I was designing for a client from Australia and also to enjoy Christmas with my family. I was able to do it all but I’d have come back earlier if it wasn’t for a small accident I had during Christmas. Believe it or not, I ended up at the hospital on the 25th! I cut my finger so badly (watch out for new knives!!!) while preparing Christmas dinner and I had to rush to the hospital. How pathetic is that? LOL I know it sounds a bit funny, a little cartoon-ish, but the pain I felt was terrible.
I’m getting better now and I can type slowly. I’ll take the stitches out on Tuesday, but I think it will be fine. Despite this, I must say that we had one of the best Christmases ever. The kids really enjoyed everything and it was a blessing seeing them so happy. We probably won’t forget the fact we all had to rush to the hospital, but we definitely will also remember all the great moments we had together.
Now, let’s go back to the fun part! (Have I told you I’m so happy to be back yet?! ;-))
As soon I saw this ski lodge, located in Crested Butte, I knew I had to post about it. Not because it’s winter and this is the perfect place to enjoy the snow, but mostly because of its interiors. This is a place filled with great ideas that can be applied to our own home and that makes it a very inspiring place to see and, of course, visit.
Let me know what you think!
The “Scarp Ridge Lodge” is a place I want to visit someday.
It doesn’t feel it belongs to a ski lodge, does it? The beams and floors are stunning. I also love the creamy color of the cabinets.
The nook is elegant, yet casual. I believe this space is used more for lounging than eating, judging by the size of the table.
This is a great place to sip a cup of cocoa while reading your favorite magazine. Remember, home only feels like home when we create spaces where we can relax and do what we like to do…
This “family room” is all about comfort without forgetting about style.
The frames bring some interest to the room.
A mix of elements make this room feel eclectic and interesting.
Just bring a good book and relax by the fire.
Sage can be a very relaxing color in a bedroom if well applied. The trick is not overdo it and combine it with other neutral colors.
Natural elements add some casualty to the decor.
Small in space but big in style.
The color palette of this room reminds me a coastal home. Isn’t it beautiful?
This is a great room if you like a hint of color! The orange brings some warmth to the decor.
Vintage-inspired, this playroom is sure to entertain the kids.
Now, imagine coming here to watch a movie after skiing all day.
Before the movie, I think I’d spend a couple of hours in this hot tub, just enjoying the view and relaxing…
Sources: Scarp Ridge Lodge.
Isn’t it the best way to enjoy winter? 😉
Thank you all for being here today and I hope we can share great moment together in 2013. May we all feel blessed, healthy and with lots of energy to achieve all of our goals.
Dream big and go for it! 2013 will be a FANTASTIC YEAR!!!
♥Happy 2013, my friends!♥
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