• Jeff Raible

Pueblo Room Enhancements


Two key enhancements to the Pueblo Room were added this month, to make our guests' stay a little more enjoyable. The first: a wood cabinet for the kitchenette. It houses all eating/drinking accessories, including the refrigerator, microwave and coffee machine. Originally built about 25 years ago, it was re-configured and re-stained to meet Pueblo's needs.

A large dark wood open cabinet holds a microwave, refrigerator, coffee maker and eating utensils.
Pueblo Room kitchenette cabinet.

The second enhancement: an overhead lighting fixture, constructed of elm tree roots (from the tree next to the garage) and gourds. Its twisted-but-smooth lines mesh with the earthy features in Pueblo Room.

Hanging from the ceiling is a 5-light fixture made from tree roots and gourds. It lies over a leather love seat which sits in front of a rustic bed.
New lighting for Pueblo Room.

Here are two more views of Pueblo Room:

Pueblo Room, looking past the stone sink basins toward the patio door.
Pueblo Room, looking past the stone sink basins toward the patio door.
Walls of stone - brown behind the rustic bed and white behind the bath tub and brown stone shower tower, provide an aura of earthy elegance.
Bed, bath tub and shower tower, as viewed from the patio door.


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