Kitchen Inspiration for Colorado Mountain Town Homes

Three Colorado Mountain Town Kitchens that provide plenty of space and essentials to cook up a storm and host a killer party 

The Party always finds its way to the kitchen. Why? Well, that is where the freshest food is along with cold beverages, lots of good conversations and friendships.

Here are three fantastic Colorado mountain town kitchens that provide plenty of space and essentials to cook up a storm for family, and friends. We hope these kitchen inspiration ideas inspire you!

Mountain Modern

Sleek lines and modern conveniences punctuate this homes gathering space.

Mountain Modern brings together metals, wood, and other natural materials to complement the outdoor environment that surrounds us.

This kitchen design by Jacque Ball of Creative Cabinetry features Bridgewood Cabinetry. The aged knotty alder of the island blends perfectly with the deep shaker door style and onyx stain on the perimeter, for a beautiful mountain modern look.

Sleek lines and bright white countertops meld with the traditional subway tile for a clean and beautiful space.

This kitchen offers plenty of counter space and a layout that compliments conversations before, during, and after a meal.

A Kitchen Above It All

Panoramic views help feed the body and spirit in this kitchen space

This gorgeous home perched above the Breckenridge Golf Course boasts the ideal kitchen, perfectly situated for watching the sunset over the mountains of the Breckenridge Ski Area! A large island and ample counter space provide abundant workspace with ample light.

In addition to the five-burner gas stove top and traditional/convection oven, there is a GE Advantium built-in oven, a warming drawer, double appliance garages, two dishwashers, a trash compactor, bottom freezer refrigerator, additional double refrigerator drawers, and under-counter beverage center. Most of the built-in appliances have wood panels to blend them seamlessly with the beautiful cabinetry. The cozy breakfast nook, computer work desk area, fireplace, in-cabinet TV, and bar seating make the kitchen a true family gathering place.  Plenty of storage within the kitchen is enhanced by the adjacent butler’s pantry and large food pantry. Truly a dream kitchen!


Bringing calm to a mountain dwellers cooking and their mountain habitat

Local Realtor and Designer, Dina Sanchez designed a welcoming, serene space for her expanding, multi-generational family to gather, relax and imbibe on the bounty of our regions as a compliment to her family’s ethnic recipes.

After years in the flower business, this Master Flower Designer obtained her Real Estate license and Diploma of Interior Design. With an eye for design and color she crafted a kitchen area in her recently renovated home with a calming palette and a generous amount of functional space. The updated home allows outdoor light to enlive the area. Keeping natural wood finishes as the focal point allows her food and artwork to take center stage.

Beautiful sliding barn style doors crafted from Wyoming snow fences are a focal piece when you arrive into the kitchen area. This stylish accent hides a large pantry space on days when company comes to gather and enjoy her and her husband Stacy’s creekside home. As you enter from the Creekside deck on the backside of the home the waterfall quartz countertop island makes a statement and brings your eye to the whole of the kitchen space. 

Anesi is a Greek term for comfort, convenience, leisure, coziness, and spaciousness, a definition that embodies this family’s home and kitchen space.

For more Mountain Town Home & Realty Kitchen inspiration and other Ideas to get cozy, head to our Homes & Realty Page

~Holly GoSpritely

Story Sponsored by Claudine Wines

MTN Town Media Productions | Celebrating the Colorado mountain lifestyle for over 12 Years

Copyright 2024 MTN Town Media Productions all rights reserved.