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The Personal Touch

The Personal Touch

Mountain Life
By Kimberly Beekman
posted: 10/17/2001


1 Writing desk Crafted with old Wyoming snow fence, this desk is a sure conversation piece ($2,200).

2 Drawer or cabinet pulls Hand-forged steel knobs can punctuate a bureau or desk ($18-$21).

3 Cavalier bed This king-size maple and cherry-veneer sleigh bed is the ultimate mountain retreat ($4,200).


1 William chairs Durable interior loom chairs add unexpected elegance to classic leather ($1,803 each).

2 Vintage pillows Featuring images from skiing's heyday, these leather pillows induce instant nostalgia ($135).

3 Door knocker A solid bronze knocker on the front door is a detail that won't go unnoticed ($188-$365).

4 Chess table Pass snowy evenings with this hand-forged steel chessboard ($2,660).


1 Cookmaster stove Made from cast iron, this stove provides comforting warmth with classic style ($6,575).

2 Teak bench A hand-forged iron bench offers a unique, casual seat for a kitchen table ($1,800-$2,500).

3 Copper farmhouse sink Add personality and utility with this double-walled copper sink ($2,050).

4 Kezako terra cotta tile Inlaid with rustic wood pickets, this tile has a well-worn, antique feel ($10.60/sq. ft.).

5 Side chair Handcrafted African padauk chairs are sturdy yet elegant, perfect for mountain living ($1,900 each).


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