Union Station – Denver, CO

Originally built in 1894, the Union Station in Denver received a grand renovation in 2014. I have a huge design crush on this fabulous revival. I am very excited to present my exclusive photographs.

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We had lunch at Terminal Bar. The food, like everywhere else in Denver, is spectacular. They carry a great assortment of local beer.

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The furniture and accessories throughout has a glamorous antique theme.

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The Crawford Hotel, a luxury hotel, is housed in the iconic station. Featured here is a part of the lobby.

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For keen readers and serious workers, there are plenty of stylish workstations.

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Nothing completes the antique quota without a genuine truck, equestrian leather and canvas details.

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How fun to use ancient catalog cabinets and and antiquated weigh scale.

This blend of velvet, marble, metal and pattern-rich rugs is absolutely brilliant.

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The waiting benches received a beautiful overhaul.

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The surprises simply don’t end at this place. A nook in the station opens up to the wonders of Milkbox Ice Creamery. Painted in shades of buttercup yellow and sky blue, with white subway tile detail – you feel transported to an incarnation of yourself as a child in 1950s America, even if that wasn’t part of your existential reality. That, my friends, is ingenuity in design.

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The magical space with the chandeliers, arches, and light filtering in through the copious windows.

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