This Denver Duo Found a Bright New Way To Renovate a Classic Craftsman Bungalow

This Denver Duo Found a Bright New Way To Renovate a Classic Craftsman Bungalow

A scand-style dining room with a 31 bubble chandelier centered over a farmhouse table.

 

Christine Bayles Kortsch shares how she and her husband transformed their Congress Park home’s cramped kitchen into a bright, ultra-efficient cookspace. It took Christine months to find the perfect dining chandelier, a cluster of handblown-glass bubbles by the Light Factory. “I wanted it to mark the space without creating a big obstruction, and I was also looking for something with a tie to nature,” she says. “To me, the chandelier looks like a cloud.” 

Read the rest of the article in 5280, Denver's Mile High Magazine, here

Photo by Christine Bayles Kortsch

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