Felicity Huffman and William H. Macy’s home in Little Woody Creek, Colorado was rich with memories even before the couple moved in; it sits on the very same land where Huffman grew up and was the site of her and Macy’s wedding in 1997. We had the pleasure of working with the couple and designer Lonni Paul to light the way for new memories throughout the beautifully renovated Colonial, featured by Architectural Digest this month. Photography by Emily Minton Redfield.
The unique architecture of the home is most apparent at the entrance. A gabled ceiling frames the equisite Evalina Chandelier by Ralph Lauren in the adjacent stair hall.
In the living room, a portrait of Huffman’s grandfather on horseback sits above a brick fireplace. The Sanger Small Chandelier by AERIN hangs over a double-sided sofa and Classic Two-Light Sconces by E.F. Chapman light the walls throughout the first floor.
“We love to feast,” Macy told AD. The spacious kitchen was designed for big family dinners, with room for three or four people to cook at once. A pair of Baxter Medium Hanging Shades by Ralph Lauren lights the oversized island.
The master suite features a soft palette of pale blue and pink. A white writing desk looks out to miles of breathtaking mountain views. Silver and crystal accents are found throughout, including the George II Small Chandelier by E.F. Chapman and Aymeline Single Sconces by Ralph Lauren.
In the sitting area, a pair of Kerry Swing Arm Wall Lamps by Ralph Lauren in Polished Silver with silk shades illuminate a dreamy landscape painting over a blush velvet sofa.
The couple selected luxurious finishes in their light-filled master bathroom. Edgar Medium Sconces by E.F. Chapman flank the vanity morrors with a Club Large Square Flush Mount, also by E.F. Chapman, overhead.
Read the story on architecturaldigest.com.