Visit this 1920s Craftsman bungalow to find a living room full of artistic charm

Described as a cute 1920s Craftsman bungalow in its listing on Airbnb, this cozy two-bedroom, one-bathroom home is tucked away in the West Highland neighborhood of Denver, Colorado. It can accommodate up to four guests.
Sounds simple enough? Wait until you take a look inside.
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A splash of yellow accents this Craftsman's brick exterior.
Anyone else getting some log cabin vibes out this bungalow's fireplace?
As you're about to see, art is the standout feature in this home. Not that the stylish furnishings aren't worthy of mention.
If anything, the contrast between the classic living amenities, Craftsman design conventions and contemporary decor is what makes this house so attractive.
Succulents on the windowsill and tasteful marble counters — what's not to love about this kitchen?
There's something so satisfying about the balance between stainless steel fittings and natural wood cabinetry, don't you think?
Marble tiles glisten in the elegant bathroom. The roses add another graceful touch to this area. ​
Blue is the color of choice in the serene master suite, from the walls to its modern bedding and classic curtains.
Again, paintings add character to this room.
The second bedroom is pleasantly fitted with two beds and is more modern than its larger counterpart.
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Even the simple, decorative touches bring a special sense of modernity to this room.
What else can we say? This is definitely a Craftsman bungalow that celebrates all its nooks and crannies — from its art collection to all the features that stay true to this house's history.
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