Hi? Wow, I've been gone a long time. I've missed my blog and blog friends. I hope you've been well. As Winter settles in here in the mountains, I hope I'm back more frequently. Fall was just so lovely; I spent it outside.
This fab home in Big Sky, Montana is a beautiful example of the way mountain home design has evolved in the past few years and I love it...The decor is clean, modern and really fun with so many custom pieces and fantastic textures throughout. It's completely sophisticated, while retaining all the natural elements --rough hewn beams, reclaimed lumber, chinking, stone, leather, and metals-- that evoke the West and are warm, cozy and solid when you come in from the raging snow. And I love its low, unassuming exterior profile: not overly showy at all. This home was pointed out to me by a friend whose cousin built it. You can see more of it in Mountain Living.
Architect: Kirk Michels of KMA, Inc.
Contractor/Designer: Todd Thesing and Rob McCrae of Highline Partners
Interior designer: Lisa Kanning of Worth Interiors
photos by Gibeon Photography for Mountain Living.