Doesn’t this look like a painting or a snippet from a perfect dream from which you hope never to wake? I think so.
Yesterday I shared Part 1 of the tour of the cute Bed & Breakfast called “Four Mile Creek” that we stayed at while in Glenwood Springs, Colorado. It’s such a gorgeous place, as you can see. We were very reluctant to leave when it was time.
Inside this pretty barn is another suite that the owners, Jim and Sharill, rent out. The night we arrived, the room was vacant because there was a barn concert in the loft above it, so I took the opportunity, at Sharill’s gracious consent, to capture its cuteness to share with you. 🙂 The evenings following that, the room was already spoken for, otherwise we would have snatched it up in a heartbeat.
As I just mentioned, we were lucky enough to be there during a barn concert which happens just once a month. Above you can see me standing on the stage where a very talented local country band treated us to an evening of fun and music.
Everything about this room was perfection from the tarnished wood planked floors to the mismatched antique chairs to the old popcorn maker to the boarded wall that showcased their collection of cowboy hats. Jim and Sharill’s neighbors showed up at 7 pm on the dot, bearing tasty appetizers, to contribute to the potluck that we partook of before the program started. I really felt like I’d gone back in time. It was a one-of-a-kind experience.
This quaint old truck was just outside the barn. I couldn’t help but grab a photo of it because it once again proved the attention to detail and the ability to successfully carry out a decor theme.
This is what we were greeted to after opening the fun red door to the barn suite. The farmhouse scheme was impeccably carried out once again.
I fell in love with all the perfect little details-the antique oven, the pretty cabinet with frosted glass fronts, open corner shelves, galvanized metal backdrop, concrete flooring, and wooden triangle beams overhead. I seriously could have laid on the bed and just stared at my surroundings for hours. It was a relatively small space, but there was much to take in!
Around the corner from the small kitchen area was the bathroom. It was small and difficult to capture, but you can kind of see the old-fashioned clawfoot leg tub here. The green wainscoting really brought everything together as well.
So there you have it! The perfect place to stay if you ever find yourself in Glenwood Springs, Colorado. As I mentioned yesterday, I have not been compensated for my opinions. I just found a gem and was excited to share!Be sure to check out Part 1 of this tour if you missed yesterday’s post.
What’s your favorite element in this suite?