This Jackson Hole, Wyoming, home serves as a cabin retreat for the owners and their siblings and extended families. The owners wanted a log cabin with all the modern conveniences, and the design team used a frame construction with log accents and siding. The finished product is an authentic, heritage log cabin with an updated look.
This soft but interesting powder room, designed by Jackson Paige Interiors, departs a bit from the home's gray and blue color palette with a pinkish tan wallpaper etched vertically with gray vines. It coordinates beautifully with the gray marble vanity countertop and dark brown wood cabinetry, for yet another nod to coastal living.
At night, ample windows and carefully planned exterior lighting turn this mountain cabin into a warm, welcoming beacon for its owners and guests. The project was a cabin retreat for the owners and their siblings and extended families in Jackson Hole. The owners wanted a log cabin but also wanted modern conveniences. The resulting design features a frame construction with log accents and siding, and the house is packed with space but has a cozy cabin feel.
A wide gold chevron stripe visually leads residents through this eclectic hallway. It's a portrait gallery of sorts where the distinguished guests on display are some of Jackson Hole's (where the house is located) most notable occupants.
The homeowner wanted a retro kitchen with modern conveniences, and Jackson Design and Remodeling delivered with a sunny, yellow space that straddles both the 19th and 20th centuries. Buttery yellow appliances, tile and flooring recall the past while providing all the function of today.
The creative design in this Jackson Hole home playfully mixes contemporary simplicity and colorful whimsy with the setting's more rustic roots. In this sitting area, a cowhide ottoman is paired up with classic Eames chairs all set against a rainbow backdrop of wallpaper.
Using high-quality and unique materials allow a space to be at once simple and upscale. Here, a modern kitchen boasts granite-colored, clean-lined cabinetry and kitchen island, plus striking bar stools crafted from a gorgeous, honey-toned wood. The flowering tree painting brings life into the room.
Floor-to-ceiling windows in the bonus room on top of the garage allow for better views of the yard. The main house, with its modern exterior, contrasts starkly with the cottage look of the carriage house.
This breakfast nook in the kitchen of a modern townhouse has a small footprint but big appeal. The bench next to the marble table brings a sense of comfort to the space; the black chairs opposite the bench are unique and sleek. A large window bathes the room in beautiful light.
'Flawless' is a Flora-Tea rose, a special type of rose developed by the Jackson & Perkins Company that combines the best characteristics of hybrid teas and floribundas. The plants have pastel pink, fully double blooms with a raspberry fragrance. The flowers grow almost 4 inches across on long stems and open in waves throughout the summer. ‘Flawless’ tolerates the heat and humidity in southern and western gardens.
This crisp, distinct and striking dining area is at once simple and complex. Simple in that very few items appear in the space. Complex in that the design elements are chosen to stand out while also coming together as a lovely whole. The red dining chars add a punch of color in the otherwise black-and-white themed space.
Black windsor chairs and a rustic wood dining table look out to the contemporary open living room. Floor to ceiling windows let in plenty of natural light and offer views of the backyard from both living and dining areas.
Combining a living room with a dining room is a great way to maximize utility in a room or home with limited space. This room feels unified thanks to the charcoal-gray walls yet gains a useful sense of separation thanks to the white area rug and neutral benches.
The symmetry in this living room brings a sense of visual order and comfort to an elegant space. Deep, rich gray walls create a dramatic backdrop for neutral and white chairs, benches and area rug. Large windows bathe the room in light which can be dampened when desired with the darker window treatments.