Ah, the ’60s: a time of civil protest, silly sitcoms and incredible design — including possibly the brightest kitchens known to man. You don’t find colorful cooking stations in many modern abodes, but, throughout its many renovations, this East Denver mid-century homekept its retro kitchen in all its orange glory.
The functionality and charm of the space begins at the front door with a gently sloping roof over a covered entryway, and continues into the living room with an enormous picture window.
Aspects of home’s original mid-century modern design remain, including walls of full-height windows, cork and hardwood floors, and built-ins throughout. The home is only 2,058 square feet but stills feels spacious with tall windows looking out onto a charming neighborhood and private backyard.
Our favorite room is definitely the kitchen, which proves that the vintage look still fits in modern times, especially with upgraded appliances. The rainbow of warm-colored cabinets makes the space one-of-a-kind; the eat-in dining area attached to a private patio sweetens the deal.
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