This Colorado cabin with interiors designed by Thom Filicia is one place I wouldn’t mind being snowed in.
Although it’s a bit warmer here in Indiana than it was a few weeks ago and all of our snow has melted, winter has six weeks left according to the calendar and regardless of what Punxsutawney Phil did or did not see this morning.
Whatever actually happens, I won’t mind (much), as long as the sun shows itself now and again. Days are getting noticeably longer after all, and it’s almost the weekend. Falling temps and snow are in the forecast here for today and tomorrow. So I’m going to curl up with a cup of chocolate peppermint tea and my faux-fur electric throw blanket and pretend I’m in Colorado, one of my favorite places in the world, snowed in at this phenomenal boho log home.
Won’t you join me? The kettle is on.
I don’t show many children’s rooms on my blog, but the tree canopy wallpapered onto the ceiling of this one made it a must-see, especially since it provides an endless, sunny summer during the coldest, grayest winter.
In fact, I can almost hear those aspen leaves shushing, can’t you?
And even though the real aspens are bare and silent right now, they’re still wonderfully beautiful to look at, especially covered in snow.
Enjoy your weekend, wherever you spend it, whatever the weather.
If you want more…
- Read Christine Pittel’s interview with Thom Filicia, “Exotic Meets Easygoing in this Colorado Cabin,” from the December 2015/January 2016 issue of House Beautiful.
- Take the full tour of this Colorado cabin on the House Beautiful website.
- Check out resources tapped for this design project, also on the HB site.
- Browse designer Thom Filicia’s extensive portfolio and view his home collection.
- Use the (affiliate) links below to purchase books by Thom Filicia: