Open and airy thanks to exposed pine beams and bright, soaring ceilings, this modern mountain bunkroom at HGTV Dream Home 2014 is designed for children, but the array of red-and-white patterns makes it sophisticated enough for adult guests.
This great room can easily accommodate a crowd, what with its open kitchen, formal dining space and nearby sitting area. Wood paneling overhead draws the eye to the mountain views and helps the modern interior feel a little more connected to the wilderness.
So many windows and a ceiling that angles up make the interior of this contemporary cabin feel as spacious as the mountain setting around it. A huge rug with a geometric pattern unifies the large living area.
The Swan home, in Rancho Mirage, California, was built in the 1960s and has been reimagined for the twenty-first century. Glass walls around the home provide a three hundred and sixty degree view of the valley below and the mountain range above.
Decorative modern lighting adds a splash of contemporary to this rustic mountain retreat. Wood and metal mix together for a nature-inspired staircase, while exposed stone and wood add organic texture to the space. At the bottom of the stairs is a pair of cowhide benches for seating.
Walls of glass give the sloped roof a sense of lightness. They also provide incredible views of the Cascade Mountains, which the owners can enjoy from the comfort of their living room sofa. The coffee table was custom built by the owner and complements the modern interior, as well as the woodlands beyond it.
The designer of this mountain home wanted the living room to feel cozy and be a modern twist on a rustic cabin look. Teal chairs by Joybird bring in an energetic pop of color that's carried through the space via matching accessories. A six-arm LED chandelier makes a modern lighting statement overhead. Table lamps and pendants: Arteriors Home; Chandelier: Sonneman Lighting; Console and side tables: Interlude Home.
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 round modern table is a cool counterpoint to the natural woods and warm tones of this contemporary kitchen in Camano Island, Washington. Windows abound throughout this space, offering panoramic views of mountains and water. An antique light fixture contrasts with the room's modern lines.
This kitchen has it all: stainless appliances, a sleek range hood, plenty of storage options and an island with a dining "peninsula." Walls of windows ensure that the owners will enjoy their coffee and breakfast with views of the mountains.
The loft-like living space in this Alaska vacation retreat is at home among the treetops and, in fact, was envisioned as a "treehouse for adults." The exposed wood and open plan were chosen to complement the setting and provide uninterrupted views of the surrounding mountains and forest. Furnishings pull from the natural, woodsy palette.
The details of this Rocky Mountain getaway really tie the space together. The couple wanted to incorporate the traditional, rustic cabin style into their home, but they also loved the more modern aspects of design, so they asked Trista to merge the two. With accessories such as antlers, natural wood and natural materials such as leather, the decor is fairly rustic, but Trista adds pops of the modern, like the printed Roman shades and the bold, natural blue to compliment the color of the beautiful colorado sky.