HGTV Dream Home 2011's mountain-lodge style extends to the two-car garage. The exterior showcases an impressive gable end complete with eco-friendly poplar bark siding and hemlock timbers, cut and milled locally.
To soften the living room's more industrial elements, like the concrete floors and steel-grid windows, the architects infused the space with light wood beams and ceiling panels. With these rustic textures at play, the home better complements its natural surroundings.
Electric blue walls draw you into this living room, first seen on HGTV's Cousins Undercover. A rustic coffee table and pale wood ceiling tone down the colorful walls, while a black built-in bookcase helps to organize books and display family mementos.
This space has a zen blue wall color, Nelson Blue by Benjamin Moore. Its grey, blue and green tones change in different lights and is soft and soothing. The vaulted ceilings allow for a canopy bed and chandelier, without making the space feel confined.
Bold colors, fanciful patterns and rustic details combine to create a living room with a fun personality and comfortable vibe. A painterly rug contains all the colors of the space, which otherwise come in via upholstery fabrics, pillows and other textiles. A stone fireplace adds warmth. Overall, the home seamlessly blends the clients' love of pattern and color with the ruggedness of the Park City landscape.
Bright white walls and plenty of natural light give this contemporary living room a soft, airy feel. A beautiful wooden dresser and trendy gray sofa are lovely pieces that secure a strong contemporary vibe in this young, sophisticated space.
The colorful wallcovering, bold tile patterns and distressed wood countertop add a sense of lightheartedness to this guest bathroom. Steel I-beams separate the two sink areas for a uniquely rustic detail. A skylight above the vanity brings natural light to the space
Fun floral wallpaper, a mounted decorative animal head and a bold teal accent wall combine to create a fun dressing room the homeowner could hang out in all day. Rustic wood beams and trim give a nod to the Park City, Utah, locale.
This modern farmhouse kitchen is the hub of the house, with ample seating in the form of a four-seater island breakfast bar and an eat-in area that's open to the main cooking space. Open shelving keeps the room from feeling boxed in by cabinetry and shows off the textured subway tile backsplash.
To create the historic, rustic feel the homeowners were after designers included a farmhouse sink, black fixtures and glass pendant lights. Wood topped bar stools and an antique pitch fork give add a rustic feature to the space.
A warm gray paint color and rustic furnishings with modern lines create a relaxing, designer look in this updated master bedroom. A rustic wooden headboard match the sliding doors that open into the living room area. Lamps on both sides of the bed add soft light and accentuate the yellow accent pillows.
A gas fireplace saves space and is safer for the home's littlest occupants. The sliding barn door opens up the wall between the living room and master bedroom, creating a more natural route into the couple's personal space. A rustic American flag and cozy seating space create a warm feel in the living room.