A touch of Glamour

When guests step inside Travis and Sherri West’s historic home on Sopris Avenue, they receive a surprise dose of elegance and see a continuous wave of warm French blue walls and draperies that provide a seamless flow through the main floor. After all, this 1905 home started out life as a miner’s cabin in Irwin and is fairly unassuming from the outside, except for a splash of rust red on the front door, gingerbread white trim along the roofline and a small picket fence.

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