Designed by Montana Creative in collaboration with Heidi Tate with Tate Interiors, this home was inspired by the waterfront. Expansive windows showcase the lake views, while accordion doors create a seamless indoor/outdoor living experience. Modern finishes create a sense of luxury in the wilderness.
The home's sleek modern design by Johannes Zingerle mimics boxes stacked atop and next to one another, each a sophisticated space for entertaining or relaxing. Walls of glass disappear to join the interior with beautiful outdoor areas.
This entirely unexpected modern cabin in Muscoda, Wisconsin is even more arresting for its striking black exterior. The vacation home is featured in Phaidon's tribute to the history and modern examples of black clad architecture, Black: Architecture in Monochrome.
This modern white foyer features a glass console table with large mirror, soft white recessed and flush lighting, textured accent wall, and a touch of greenery in this dream vacation home in Miami’s Sunny Isles Beach.
A wooden sculpture atop a square wood pedestal just inside the door sets the tone for the mix of traditional mountain house pieces and modern accents in this updated take on a Lake Tahoe vacation home.
This modern desert villa is nestled into an Arizona hill, creating a 7,500-square-foot southwestern vacation home. The floor plan is designed to highlight the stunning views with large picturesque windows and comfortable outdoor living areas.
Located in La Quinta, Calif., in the prestigious Madison Club golf community, this modern desert home, crafted with materials representing the surrounding mountains and desert, was designed as a vacation home. The floor plan functions impeccably in relationship to its surroundings as the home site faces the golf course and the majestic Santa Rosa mountains.
Susan Brunstrum designed the master bathroom of this Park City, Utah vacation home to reflect the Mountain Modern theme she used throughout the space. Here, the wood of the door and cabinetry feature a rustic aesthetic, yet she selected a tile and countertop material that elevates her theme. The deep taupe walls complement the color palette and add drama to the design.
Susan Brunstrum designed this great room using soft color and contemporary furnishings and accents to continue her Mountain Modern approach to this vacation home in Park City, Utah. For the cream-colored sofas, she added cobalt blue pillows with a graphic pattern for a pop of color. The star-shaped pendant light trio adds texture and elegance to the room as well.
As seen on Vacation Home for Free, Matt Blashaw and his crew gave this living room a bit of a modern design. The neutral, clean lines of the furniture help give the space a clean feeling, while the design incorporates other patterns, such as chevron, into it. The blue accents and nautical artwork brings the space together.