A framed ski poster, displayed at the entrance to this ski-style dorm, hints at the room's color palette. White cedar logs and a pine ceiling add rustic elements without feeling too lodge-y, making this area seem like a luxury at-home resort. Eight beds dressed in quilted covers and fun throw pillows ensure there's room for the whole family.
This living room is fixed with cozy, comfortable furniture that suits the ski lodge-like feel of the room. The wooden cabinets are a bright white which joins the pale blue walls in lightening the room. A stained mantel matches the richness of the hardwood flooring and wood trim.
The Lodge at Vail is the very first hotel to grace the iconic ski town. A recent multi-million dollar renovation included the addition of this fabulous fire pit located steps away from the chalet-themed resort's own gondola.
Whether relaxing at the end of an epic day skiing or gathering with friends and family to relax and recharge, this stylish lodge-style bonus room is sure to please with ski charm incorporated into every inch.
Megan Pflug’s Woodhouse Lodge might be every designer’s dream. But with her keen take on design striking the perfect balance between country and contemporary chic, it’s every guest’s dream as well. Though the country cabin is usually associated with skiing and snow, there’s more than a few benefits to visiting while the weather is warm. A hammock stretched between two strong trees is the perfect place to take a break from the world and spend a few hours watching it all pass by.