This eat-in kitchen lends a farmhouse vibe with its breakfast bar made from 100-year-old barn siding and lantern pendant lights hanging above. Sage green accents are mixed in with the white cabinets and a neutral stone countertop. Hardwood floors lend a finishing touch.
In spite of its extremely tall trey ceiling, this family room feels warm and intimate, thanks to the warmth of the reclaimed barnwood used in the ceiling, beams, and moldings throughout. A massive stone-veneer fireplace with barnwood trim dominates one end of the room, and a wall of French doors provides not only light but also a splendid view of the surrounding landscape.
There’s a touch of retro -- but nothing old-fashioned -- about this bungalow kitchen, with its striking combination of rustic barnwood, robin’s-egg-blue surfaces, sleek countertops, and metallic barstools.
When designing the outdoor space, it was realized the strong roof line detracted from look. A pergola structure is built along the garage and entrance to incorporate the roof into the space. Newly planted old-growth wisteria wraps around large reclaimed barnwood beams used as posts.
The warm, rustic exterior is carried into the interior of the home thanks to reclaimed-wood walls and rich decorative accents, like the wooden front door and luxe plank flooring. A metal-mesh, custom chandelier brings an inviting modern touch to the entry.
A massive, show-stopping fireplace with chiseled-stone hearth and mantel is quite an impressive sight in the home's great room. Modern furniture and accents create a contemporary feel in the stone-filled room while a gray patterned area rug expands across the space.
Every room in this mountainside retreat is treated to sweeping views of the aspen forest beyond - even the bathrooms. A charcoal freestanding soaker tub sits beneath an Edison-light chandelier that adds a subtle glow throughout the space to create an intimate ambiance. The walls are encased in Montana moss rock while limestone floor tile lightens up the space.
An abundance of natural light flows into the master bedroom from the wall of glass windows where its occupants can enjoy unobstructed views of the mountains. The plush, cozy bed backs up to a wall of Montana moss rock while two armchairs offer a peaceful spot to enjoy coffee in the mornings.