Custom Home in Colorado Golf Club with a Dynamic View Straight Down to Pike’s Peak

Greg was referred by Sterling homes to design a Custom Home in the Colorado Golf Club neighborhood in Parker.

The owners, Niki and Steve Levine’s, wanted a home to entertain and enjoy the fantastic view straight down to Pike’s Peak. Greg was excited to learn that Paul Mahony of KGA Architects was part of the design team. He was even more ecstatic when he discovered that he was creating a two-story glass home that maximizes the view corridor for the Levine’s.

Despite its airy, open nature, the home is not oversized. “It’s not a very large home,” says Mahony. “but it lives very well. It lives very largely.”  Mahoney located the stairs off the foyer (rather than in), which allowed a very open concept from the dining room foyer, family room, kitchen and all the way to the deck.

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The great room features a cast stone wall piece designed by Comstock that houses the television and fireplace.

The design elements of this Custom Home in Colorado Golf Club  features Various Decades of The 20th Century

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Multiple shades of gray—from deep charcoal to pale dove—are augmented by textural details and bits of color.


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Elements borrow from various design styles as well as functionality as it relates to the home’s layout, were all in service to the view. “Varied styles of furniture and accessories can establish a creative tension with other objects in a room—in a good way,” says Greg.


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In the master bedroom, rather than a traditional headboard, Greg stacked upholstered panels to the ceiling.


fabricated liquor storage


Greg designed the custom fabricated liquor storage/light fixture in the rec room shown above.

Greg describes the vibe of the finished design as being like an “edited Hollywood Regency, where you’re getting that kind of elegance in everything borrowed from different periods, blending different styles, pieces with almost an Art Deco feeling from the ’20s through the ’50s and ’60s, and then dovetailing so they complement each other.”

I am sure that you will agree that Greg expertly intermingled varied styles, softened throughout by stone and wood, contributing to the modern yet organic mountain look and feel of this Custom Home in Colorado Golf Club.

Greg is one of many Denver Interior Design firms that were selected by Marina Dagenais to be the experts that she represents as “The Design Matchmaker“.

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