This modern mountain home, designed by Studio McGee, is warm, luxe and inviting. Located just outside of Park City, the garage opens up to snowmobile trails, plenty of wildlife and wide open space. The exterior is a mix of reclaimed Trestlewood, stone, steel and copper.
Syd and Shea McGee launched their design firm in 2014 and it has quickly grown to become one of the most well-known design studios in the nation. With a team of 30 and clients across the country, their work has been featured by Architectural Digest, Domino, Vogue Living, and House Beautiful to name a few.
Modern Mountain Home: Living Room
The great room consists of a huge open space that’s perfect for large family gatherings. The floors are rift sawn white oak with a custom stain and the walls are Benjamin Moore “Simply White.” The two cowhide chairs steal the scene. Similar chairs can be purchased here: Curator Cowhide Chairs
This modern mountain home has a U-shape design that provides for two long wings on either side of the great room. This allows for so many windows and a lot of natural light. The master bedroom is neutral and full of great texture. The main statement pieces in the room are the concrete fireplace, Eames lounger and large linen headboard. Other items include Olson table lamps, large scale rug and Hudson dresser.
Browse through a curated selection of stunning images of green kitchen cabinets organized by color, including light green, gray-green, emerald, hunter, blue-green, sage & olive and dark green. Green cabinets have gained popularity in kitchen design as they embody warmth, rejuvenation and renewal. "Green is a perennial favorite, but the palette has come to the fore over the last two years," says Patrick O'Donnell, international brand ambassador for Farrow & Ball. "This relationship has been heightened recently due to perceived benefits of how we respond to the palette, which, in the right shade, can be ultimately restful and calming."
Are you wondering where to start when decorating open-shelving in your home? Re-styling existing shelves is a creative way to revitalize any room – whether it is simply changing books around, adding or removing objects, or completely transforming a bookcase. Designing open shelving can be a daunting task when you first begin as it is similar to what one experiences when facing a blank canvas. It is also a lot like piecing together a creative puzzle where everything falls into place when you simply just start. Although styling shelving can seem straightforward, here are design tips you can implement that will help you to be able to confidently add visual appeal to any shelf – no matter your style.
Kitchen cabinets play a crucial role in the overall design aesthetic of a kitchen while providing necessary storage options that aid in creating functional workspaces. Not only do they form the basis for the structural foundation, they can also dramatically transform the entire appearance of the space. Choosing the best kitchen cabinets and design layout for your own home can be one of the most difficult challenges in the kitchen design process. Given that they are available in a wide variety of shapes, sizes and colors - it can often be overwhelming to narrow down the choices. Browse through a curated selection of farmhouse kitchen cabinets in a wide variety of colors and styles.
Farmhouse kitchen backsplashes are an important design element in any kitchen and contribute to the over-overall appearance. A backsplash can take a kitchen to an extraordinary level by enhancing the design aesthetic and increasing the value of your kitchen. Backsplashes add visual appeal while also protecting the drywall, preventing down-wall drips and they are easy to keep clean. Farmhouse backsplashes work perfectly with different wood textures, apron front sinks, and neutral color schemes. This post covers everything from beardboard backsplashes to mosaic tile, full-height backsplashes, dark backsplashes, honeycomb, diamond shap and shiplap.
Browse through a collection of modern farmhouse kitchen design ideas with striking images of farmhouse kitchens and design tips. I have included 14 of my all-time favorite kitchens that incorporate beautiful cabinetry, backsplashes, unique islands, light fixtures and flooring. Spacious, warm and cozy, these kitchens have the charm of a traditional farmhouse kitchen with the sophistication of minimalist design and modern functionality. At its core, the modern farmhouse style has the foundation of traditional farmhouse style—practicality and comfort, focusing on natural elements—topped off with modern designs and features. Modern farmhouse design balances the clean, streamlined approach of contemporary styles with warm, rustic call-backs to traditional farmhouse decor.
Whether you plan to tackle a bathroom remodel or plan on a new bathroom design, pinning down your favorite style will help get your project off to a smooth start. Rustic bathrooms embrace the beauty of the outdoors through the use of cozy textiles, natural materials, and organic accents. It’s the perfect place to incorporate natural stone floors, rough-hewn beams, wood cabinetry, earthy color palettes as well as materials with a patina (copper, natural wood & stone). Regardless if your style is traditional rustic, farmhouse, southwestern, western or modern rustic - read on to discover the key elements of each style.
If you have been searching for rustic exterior home ideas – this post will be a great starting point for design inspiration. Here I will be covering exterior design tips as well as providing images of beautifully designed homes. The exterior of your home is the first thing that people see when they arrive and you want to ensure it makes a statement. The exterior of a rustic-style home typically takes its cue from nature through the use of natural and organic materials and the use of earth-tone shades.
This month's rustic home tour features a well-designed ranch style home that is warm, inviting and filled with carefully chosen home decor. It was designed by Tiffany Farha who leads a nationally recognized design studio located in Wichita, Kansas that specializes in luxury residential properties, along with light commercial projects. The design aesthetic leans toward masculine with an eclectic and modern rustic edge.
The following rustic interior photos include traditional log homes, modern rustic living rooms, southwestern interiors and upscale mountain homes. All are designed for those who love to embrace the slowed down pace of country living, tranquility and a close connection to nature. Here you will find uncomplicated color schemes, open floor plans, stone fireplaces, plenty of natural textures, wood flooring and design elements that bring the outdoors inside.