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A fabulous modern mountain getaway in Jackson Hole

Designed by , this modern mountain vacation home is nestled on a butte overlooking the valley and adjacent mountain ranges in Jackson, Wyoming. The homeowners are a couple from San Francisco who wanted a relaxing getaway home. The residence was originally constructed in 1992, considered contemporary for its time, it boasted high ceilings, natural light and an indoor-outdoor connection. Since the structure already had great bones, it made the renovation process less daunting. Collaborating with the homeowners, the design team transformed the home, infusing Scandinavian and British design influences. The renovation process entailed stripping out all fixed interiors finishes: drywall, wall-to-wall carpeting, millwork, built-in concrete sofas and tile flooring.

The main level was given new drywall, structural beams were stained in a dark hue to compliment the new ebony stained white oak flooring. The main living room wall was clad in custom concrete tiles in varying lengths and widths. This helped to add depth and to create a new, visually attractive firebox surround. On this same wall, the spaces were repurposed in order to accommodate custom designed steel shelving and a built-in bar. Brand new windows were installed throughout the home to not only replace failing windows but to maximize the mountain vistas.

“On the exterior, a matte black standing seam metal roof replaced the cedar shake, new cedar siding was installed and the existing garage doors were clad in zinc panels,” states the architects. The landscaping was given a complete overhaul, boasting new outdoor spaces, such as a water feature, fire pit, porches and planting beds.

What We Love: This modern mountain retreat has plenty of stylish features to keep one entertained and relaxed. With expansive windows revealing high mountain ranges, the entertainment is right outside your window. We love the soaring ceilings and exposed wooden beams, the rich flooring and wallpapered accent walls. Minimal furnishings helps to not detract from the views that surrounds the home… what are you loving about this home? Please share with us in the comments below!

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Above: The master bedroom and en-suite bathroom were reconfigured to maximize the west-facing views, which features spectacular mountain vistas.

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Above: The original carpeted stair treads were removed and the entire staircase was reconstructed with 3Form treads, illuminated with LED lighting.

Photos: Audrey Hall

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