Acres of woodland gives way to an incredible view of Lone Peak in Big Sky, Montana.
Honoring the legacy of the region, finishes include rough-hewn stone, wide-plank flooring, caramel-colored wood, and iron-color metal accents. A highly polished dining table with red velvet chairs stands in refined contrast.
Rough-sawn beams, textured cabinetry and custom oak-leaf and acorn pendant lights showcase the unique stone niche which houses the range and vent hood. Hanging on the stone arch are vintage copper molds from Germany’s Black Forest.
The master bath features a shower made almost entirely of river rock pebbles. The focal point to the room is the wood burning fireplace across from the bathtub.
Custom-designed and hand-built bunk beds are made from real tree trunks with the branches left to climb along the ceiling.
The bed is hand-crafted from logs pulled from the bottom of a nearby river. Vintage-inspired silk bedding softens the visual weight of the headboard and footboard.