From Start to Finish

At Trilogy Partners we like to finish what we started and that includes adding the finishing touches to your custom built home.   To help us turn your house into a home we have on staff our own interior designers extraordinaire, Michael Rath and Carolyn Gash. They design interiors that are warm, inviting and practical.  Recently designer Michael Rath was featured in Architectural Digest for his work on creator of South Park, Trey Parker’s home.  Click here to read the article.

Below are some samples of our work.

For more information on Trilogy Partners you can visit our website here or call us at 970-453-2230.

Calecho Revisited

We briefly touched on our Calecho home in our post “A Vacation Rental, or Your Next Home”, but we thought this beautiful home deserved a second look.  Built on the second fairway of the Breckenridge Golf Course, this home reflects the golden era of Colorado mining in a bold and glorious fashion. A vaulted, open living area features an antiqued timber frame, with antique wood clad ceilings, rejuvenated old wood floors, hand forged steel accents, granite, cut sandstone and exposed concrete floors and walls that have been stained and aged. Hand hewn beams, old gray and brown board siding, recycled ski lift cable accents, and “miner’s smear” stone work on the exterior create that look and feel of the bygone miner’s era. A mine shaft elevator serves all three floors of the home. All elements combine to form a symphony that embraces mountain history and modern mountain living.

This home uses the most advanced building technologies. Murus SIP panels form the super-insulated skin and part of the structure of the house. A hybrid heating system melds radiant heat, fresh air circulation and humidification. The result is the ultimate in comfort and economy in a dry, cold climate.

For an up close look at this unique home, please click here.

Bungalow Restoration Earns Honors

Here’s an interesting piece in the LA Times about the award-winning restoration of four Hollywood bungalows.

The homes were nearly demolished before they were restored, with housing for low-income and special-needs tenants in mind. The paper reports that original details include built-ins and pull-down dining tables.

Photo courtesy of Hollywood Community Housing Corp.

It’s good to see existing properties getting an update and praise for their restoration.