Home tour showcases interior design
VAIL – This year’s fall home tour, Sept. 18, will open the door to eight homes to benefit programs at Vail Mountain School. Three of the homes – a penthouse at the Lodge at Vail and two homes on Vail’s upscale Beaver Dam Road – were designed by Slifer Designs in Edwards. “The breadth of homes showcased on this year’s tour not only reflect Vail’s New Dawn, but also are a testament to Vail’s architectural and design history,” said Tracy Bossow, volunteer chairwoman of the home tour.
“We are fortunate to be able to include some of the top designers, architects and builders in the Rocky Mountains, all of whom have helped to catapult Vail to one of the top resorts in the world,” Bossow said. The Lodge at Vail penthouse was given a country-style interior, said designer Tom Counter.”We started with a 1960s interior from Vail’s early days, and finished with a resort penthouse for the new millennium,” Counter said.
The second Slifer home on the tour is a single-family home on Beaver Dam Road, which runs along the base of Vail Mountain. “The owners are thrilled with the results.” said Andrea Georgopolis, interior designer at Slifer Designs. The home has modern architecture, a “mountain modern” kitchen and contemporary bathrooms, Georgopolis said.
The third home is a remodeled penthouse overlooking Vail Village above Sweet Basil, with a European-chateau-style interior. The great room not only has views of Vail Mountain and the village.”We are proud to have three homes featured on this year’s VMS home tour,” said Yvonne Jacobs, vice president of interior design for Slifer Designs. “Our different styles are reflected perfectly within all three homes and showcase the variety that we are capable of creating for our clients.”
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