Don't let its size fool you: situated in Santa Fe's Sangre de Cristo Foothills, this two-bedroom, two-bathroom Adobe home packs serious architectural punch. Exposed adobe walls, arched doorways, a skylit ceiling, and several fireplaces inhabit this organic design, deeply rooted in the Southwestern architectural tradition. The crowning glory of its design, a solarium dining room floods the house with light and warmth. Five private acres filled with Pinion and Juniper trees surround this home, ensuring privacy and a close connection to the outdoors. View property.
A Solar Steal in Santa Fe
Design pro Adele McGann takes us around her one-bedroom space and shares her more affordable and greatest small space solutions. From adding nice-looking knobs on inexpensive furniture to creating wall patterns in Sharpie, there are numerous things one can do on a budget to gussy up the tiniest of rooms. (Published Tuesday, Apr 5, 2011)
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