Situated in a natural clearing of a large grove of aspen trees, this Wyoming home's landscape design makes the most of its wetlands and natural water courses. A breezeway connects the front drive, barn and main house.
Situated between the Teton Range and the Snake River in northwestern Wyoming, the home is dominated by jurisdictional wetlands and natural water courses, so man-made water features are a natural enhancement to the site design. A series of ponds thread their way through this Wyoming's home site and floor plan. In the front, the water design takes on a natural pond-like form that butts against the foundation of the barn and family room.
To enhance the backyard's natural beauty, the landscape architects brought in a Wyoming moss rock that doubles as a water feature. Flowering plants surround the piece and help it further blend with the environment.
Sunlight peeks from beneath the eaves of a covered porch, one of the many ways this Jackson Hole, Wyoming, cabin retreat connects to its woodsy setting. The home was created as a retreat for the owners and their siblings and extended families, who come together at the vacation home and needed both private and communal spaces to relax, feel at home, and create great memories of well-spent vacations together.
Sited in a natural clearing of a huge grove of aspen trees between the Teton Range and the Snake River in northwestern Wyoming, this home mixes natural water courses with man-made water features that highlight the landscape.
A sluiceway reminiscent of irrigation canals carries water around the Wyoming home, recycling water back to the front pond or allowing it to seep back into the water table from whence it came. The rustic meets contemporary barn combines logs with glass chinking that creates a unique reflective look.
In the foyer of this cozy, yet spacious cabin retreat, a sliding barn door and wood-paneled walls introduce visitors to the home's rustic ambiance from the moment they step inside. A narrow niche houses a built-in bench, a perfect spot to perch and pull off your boots. Draperies dress the windows that flank the front door, and the panels draw to offer nighttime privacy. A wagon wheel-style chandelier adds sparkle while keeping with the cozy cabin feel.
Water plays a pivotal role in the landscape design of this Wyoming home. The ponds around the front of the barn are channeled into a sluiceway reminiscent of irrigation canals to be deposited into a natural-appearing body of water. The water is then recycled back to the front pond or allowed to seep back into the water table from whence it came.
The main living area of the home is surrounded by floor-to-ceiling windows that seamlessly blend the indoors with the out. Gorgeous views of the aspen tree grove and man-made water features, like the soothing pond, allow the home to be an integral part of its natural surroundings.
This rustic sitting area features timbered walls and broad windows that offer a view of the gorgeous Wyoming countryside. A comfortable blue sofa adds a pop of color, while artwork gives a nod to the surrounding wildlife while bringing a touch of whimsy. A doorway opens to a wide wood deck, giving the room's occupants a private spot to hang out and enjoy the view.
Nestled in a grove of aspen trees, this Wyoming home incorporates seamlessly blends with its natural surroundings. The porch is even designed around some of the aspen trees, making them a welcomed part of outdoor dining spot.
Floor-to-ceiling windows seamlessly blend the inside of this Wyoming home with its beautiful natural surroundings. Water plays a pivotal role, encompassing the home in a variety of forms. A pond reflects the contemporary, rustic home.
Rustic stacked stone mixes with exposed wood beams and sleek wooden columns to create a home that's rustic meets contemporary. Floor-to-ceiling windows provide the family stunning views of the natural and man-made water features, as well as the Wyoming mountains.
Sluiceways, reminiscent of irrigation canals, surround the open porch, channeling water from the pools next to the barn to the ponds in front of the house. The Wyoming home is built in a natural clearing of aspen trees, which are also used as part of the porch design.
The northwestern Wyoming home and barn is dominated by jurisdictional wetlands and natural water courses, so man-made water features are a natural enhancement to the landscape. In the front, the pond butts against the foundation of the barn and family room. The water exploits the glass chinking between the logs of the barn, providing a quietly dazzling mirror image of the barn.
Between the contemporary meets rustic home and barn is a body of water that surrounds the spa and is confined on all sides by man-made edges. The glass chinking between the barn's logs creates a striking mirror for the reflective water.
A long hallway features myriad windows to let in light and open this rustic-modern retreat to its sweeping view of the Wyoming landscape. Meanwhile, wood walls and ceiling beams give a nod to the home's cabin decor. Floor timbers are place on the diagonal, visually expanding the space.
The rustic living room of this Wyoming family retreat is oriented to take maximum advantage of the stunning, sweeping view. A raw-edge coffee table mixes with clean-lined furnishings to give the home a modern vibe despite its rustic locale. Meanwhile, a tall stone fireplace and beamed ceiling tie in with the log cabin architecture. The house was designed as a cabin retreat for the owners and their siblings and extended families, and it offers both public and private spaces for relaxation. The home is packed with space but has a cozy cabin feel.