Inviting mountain modern home nestled creekside in Steamboat Springs

This mountain modern home was designed by  in collaboration with Windsor Jones Design, nestled on on Soda Creek, in Steamboat Springs, Colorado. The homeowners are a couple from Kansas City who were looking for a new home to meet their lifestyle needs. He is an avid skier, while she was looking for a place of solitude, where she could relax with a good book and enjoy the tranquility of the creek.

The result is a 3,505 square foot home, with four bedrooms and five bathrooms that creates a unique aesthetic—a mix of historic and futuristic. Part of the house mimics that of a New England saltbox, while the other half has a more modern appearance of steel and glass with a dramatic roof trajectory. The warm and inviting interiors offer soaring ceilings with clean lines and an urban aesthetic. The materials used to construct this home are steel, wood and concrete.

“Shou Sugi Ban rain screen siding, stained larch ceilings, and stained poplar trim provide a warm counterpoint to the home’s crisp, modern framework,” states the architects.

Above: The interior design scheme features a neutral palette of whites, blacks and charcoal grays with playful pops of color throughout. The architects advice to the homeowners was to spend money on the things they will be touching all the time—notice the heft of the door handle to the left of this image.

Above: The spacious hearth room is the central hub of the home, a place for reading and relaxation. The space is anchored by a custom designed, concrete fireplace.

Above: The concrete surround of this custom fireplace is made to look like wood.

What We Love: This mountain modern home offers its inhabitants a welcoming environment to enjoy their lifestyle needs. With comfortable living spaces to enjoy a quiet day of curling up with a good book, to relaxing outdoor spaces to listen to the tranquil sounds of the creek, this home has it all. We are especially loving the hearth room, the perfect spot to enjoy after a day on the slopes!

Readers, what do you think, would this be your idea of a mountain dream house? Please let us know your thoughts in the Comments below!

Above: The kitchen features a bright yellow Italian Ilve stove and custom designed range hood, painted to match.

Above: The smooth concrete floors feel warm underfoot thanks to the radiant floor heating system. The material also has the benefit of being silent, which helps to hear the tranquil sounds of the creek outside.

Above: The staircase features corrugated vintage metal, providing a nice visual contrast to the white venetian plaster walls.

Above: A bathroom on the second level features unique storage from a red tool cabinet courtesy of Snap-On Tools.

Photos: David Patterson Photography

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