What is Your Greatest Luxury?

May 28, 2018

Per Givenchy, “Luxury is in each detail.” Coco Chanel claims, “Luxury must be comfortable, otherwise it is not luxury.” We asked our local design celebs, Colorado Homes & Lifestyles Circle of Excellence award winners: “What is your greatest luxury?”

Custom Cabinetmaker Mark Haynam


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I think my greatest luxury is family and the friendships we develop in life, on a personal and professional level. Life is so short we need to enjoy the moment.


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Architect Kyle Webb


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I love to travel anywhere and everywhere!  During our journeys, I seek out great buildings or design influences and try and visit and study them, that is always a great influence and inspiration in our work also reenergizing for our new work.


Interior Designer Barbara Glass Mullen


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Travel…it is important to travel and get out of your daily routine…be inspired by new sights, meet new people, eat new food.  And to travel well…that is a luxury. 


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Architect Charles Cunniffe


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My greatest luxury is experiential adventure travel. Culturally driven travel, spanning the globe from destinations such as Matchu Pichu to the Serengeti and Nepal, is what inspires my architecture. It’s not literal inspiration, although I find travel subliminally inspiring my projects.


Paul R. Mahony


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I guess my greatest luxury would be the support and pride in family and friends that I have had my entire life.


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