Atop a cabinet once used to organize monks' mail at an old monastery, oversize jars corral colorful Christmas balls.
Greg and Jane Hills with their children, Whitney and Austin, and pooches Bourque and Lucky.
Open to the living room and adjacent to the kitchen, the dining room takes its masculine cue from a wall of rugged exposed brick. A sturdy walnut-and-steel dining table taps into the holiday spirit with silver-leafed logs packed with greenery and berries.
In the entry foyer, the linear framework of the elevator cage is in pleasing contrast to a round table topped with elements from nature--pomegranates, pinecones, paperwhites, and miniature pine trees.
The generously scaled kitchen was designed for cooking and for accommodating informal family meals.
The Hillses gear up for holiday entertaining with a bucket of iced beers and glasses set up on the kitchen counter.
Twinkling holiday lights decorate the downtown brick building that Jane and Greg built.
On the Christmas tree, a diminutive pair of hockey skates references the sport that both of the kids play.
The master bedroom deck affords a lovely view.
Knitted stockings hang from the fireplace mantel in the family room.
A roaring fire and a traditional tree set the stage for a classic Christmas.
Time to celebrate!
The dinnerware was designed by family friend Jody Guralnick.
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Rocky Mountain Holiday
An Aspen home preps for the holidays