This master bedroom brings the warmth and coziness of staying in the mountains, but with updated amenities. A nature inspired color palette brings the outdoors inside and compliments the room's outdoorsy atmosphere.
In the 2014 HGTV Dream Home living room, yellow accents pop against wood and metal. Skirted and striped armchairs pair with a yellow Windsor and wingback chair, while a fluffy neutral rug softens the dark hardwood floors.
This modern mountain home on Lake Tahoe combines modern design with the look and feel of a traditional cabin. A simple streamlined look allows the homeowner to enjoy their space without it distracting from what's outside.
A structural beam in this modern mountain home becomes a design feature with its unique, V-shaped form. The house has concrete floors and glass walls framed by loads of natural wood, bringing the outdoors in and opening the space to its stunning views.
This beautiful modern home in the hills is a nature lover's dream come true! For it, the architect used two sizes of Western red cedar screening to vent the facade and create a horizontal pattern. Trees and plants become one with the building, and the large windows welcome the outdoors in to create an even more serene environment.
The homeowners of this mountain home are minimalist and wanted a simple space to hang out with family and friends. To add drama above the fireplace, designer Emily Esposito used Modular Art Panels. The wavy pattern ties in with the curved roof and plays off the water of the home's surrounding lakes.
This modern mountain home showcases an open, contemporary floor plan with a great room that features stone and metal finishes. The large glass windows and doors lead out onto the large deck with stunning views of the surrounding mountain landscape.
Low-profile furnishings were selected for this modern living room to keep all eyes focused on the view. A leather ottoman serves as a coffee table in the space, but can be cleared and double as seating when entertaining guests. Using non-traditional mountain house colors like bright yellow helps balance the home's bold architectural features.
The house emerges from the hillside land with progressively stepping, flat, grassy rooflines. The exposed concrete, cedar and steel materials speak to its “built” nature—original and honest, rather than imitative of the natural surroundings. A butterfly roof capping the topmost level provides visual interest to the “cascading box” design while referencing the uplift of nearby mountain ranges.