This home was designed by Rich Graves of Altius Design and Barb Cooke of Cooke Interiors Studios, and it features a generous floor plan with 3 levels. Inside, guests will find an open kitchen, dining space, living room, wine cellar, game room and wet bar. In other words? There's no lack of space to bring people together!
With its pitched rooftops and curved overhangs, this Montana home beautifully echoes the profile of the mountains. Raw materials like wood and stone decorate the exterior and speak to this rustic setting as well.
A wall of windows in the great room open to create a seamless indoor to outdoor living space. The row of lounge chairs brings to mind a hotel deck and provide a relaxing place to unwind and take in the alpine views.
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.
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.
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 bedroom's sleek lines draw your eye to the gorgeous mountain views seen through the floor-to-ceiling windows. Several wooden accents, including a wooden slatted ceiling, act as the background for the bright blue bed linens and the metal fireplace.
A bath in this Lake Tahoe ski getaway is minimal and modern, with a wall of tile forming the backdrop to a dramatically lit vanity and mirror. An integrated sink is sleek, and its horizontal line is echoed in the glass tiles.
A polished concrete driveway sets the tone for this mountain home, striking a beautiful balance between modern design and raw natural materials. As guests follow the limestone walkway to the front of the house, they'll spy fresh greenery, stone retaining walls and a chic wood exterior.
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.
Glass walls and natural wood envelop this modern master bedroom, giving it a warm and cozy feel without interrupting the spectacular mountain views. An extra-wide exterior door leads to a small wood deck.