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    A River Home Made of History

    A River Home Made of History

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    An Artful Update to a Beaver Creek Lodge

    An Artful Update to a Beaver Creek Lodge

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    A Playful, 'Retro Chic' Guesthouse

    A Playful, 'Retro Chic' Guesthouse

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    A Family Retreat That Weathers the West

    A Family Retreat That Weathers the West

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    A Modern Nest in the Forest of Whitefish, Montana, contemporary modern, home design in mountains, mountain living architecture, outdoor living, entryway stairs

    A Modern Nest in the Forest of Whitefish, Montana

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    Home of the Year: Cabin, Reimagined - Mountain Living - November / December 2014

    Home of the Year: Cabin, Reimagined - Mountain Living - November / December 2014

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    2,453-Square-Foot Townhome, decorating small spaces, entryway

    2,453-Square-Foot Townhome

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    1,555-Square-Foot Condo, mountain home entryway

    1,555-Square-Foot Condo

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    2014 Mountain Living Home of the Year, Jackson Hole, Wyoming, designed by Pearson Design Group. Photo by Trevor Tondro Home of the Year: Cabin, Reimagined | Mountain Living

    Home of the Year: Cabin, Reimagined

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    2014 Mountain Living Home of the Year, Jackson Hole, Wyoming, designed by Pearson Design Group. Art installation by Owen Mortensen. Photo by Trevor Tondro Home of the Year: Cabin, Reimagined | Mountain Living

    Home of the Year: Cabin, Reimagined

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    A grand, rustic entry to a Big Sky, Montana lodge designed by Larry Pearson, architect. Photo by Audrey Hall. Diamond in the Rough | Mountain Living

    Diamond in the Rough

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    In our 2014 Home of the Year, a palette of glass, wood and steel at the front door, complemented by a half-wall that shows off a stack of logs, strikes the right balance of modern and rustic design. PHOTO BY Trevor Tondro

    Cabin, Reimagined

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    A renovated 19th-century barn in Sun Valley, Idaho, features salvaged and reclaimed timbers. Photo by David O. Marlow Barn Again | Mountain Living

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    Sliding pocket doors in a renovated Sun Valley, Idaho, barn. Photo by David O. Marlow Barn Again | Mountain Living

    Barn Again | Mountain Living

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    Bold Indian rugs hang on the entry walls of this renovated barn in Sun Valley, Idaho. Photo by David O. Marlow Barn Again | Mountain Living

    Barn Again | Mountain Living

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    "Spirit Center," near Avon, Colorado, designed by No Name Architects, Glenwood Springs, CO. Interiors by Design Project. Photo by Gibeon Photography. Serene Sanctuary | Mountain Living

    Serene Sanctuary

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    Martis Camp home, interior design by Vivian Soliemani of Bethe Cohen Design Associates. Photo by Gibeon Photography Outside the Box | Mountain Living

    Outside the Box

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    A pair of slipper chairs can do double duty at the dining table; slipcovers are Schumacher fabric. Bennett Forgeworks created the base for the antique French wooden dough bowl. PHOTO BY James Ray Spahn

    Sized Right | Mountain Living

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    This entry is a testimony to space-saving savvy, with an overscale mirror to make the room feel larger. The design team inset the carpet into the wood floor to add warmth. A thin armoire, angular bench and cluster of hooks offer liberal storage. PHOTO BY Kimberly Gavin

    Hidden Potential

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    Scooter stands sentry at the front entrance beside a “ski chair.” PHOTO BY Audrey Hall

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    The 6-by-10-foot main entry door frames a panel of frosted glass with dark-gray aluminum. PHOTO BY Gibeon Photography

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    New York artist Peter Tunney’s painting “We Live In A Beautiful World” is this home’s unofficial slogan. Combined with the artful typography, the Edison bulbs on the vintage brass-and-pipe chandelier evoke a fun theater marquee. A weathered driftwood console is a nod to the forest setting. PHOTO BY Matthew Millman

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    In this lofty foyer, custom stonework by Avignon Stone reflects Colorado’s rugged terrain. PHOTO BY Gibeon Photography

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    Designer Susan Stella mixed a custom color for her New Mexico home's front doors. “I’ve always been inspired by the different blues used in Pueblo architecture,” she says. “They can range from turquoise to deep, rich indigos.” PHOTO BY Audrey Hall

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    Handsome wooden doors open to reveal a pinwheel-tile floor that fans out in a traditional pattern. Steps away hangs a rustic swing from La Lune Collection accented with pillows made of fabric inspired by classic Swiss chalet motifs. The stone fireplace is an enormous three-sided structure that anchors the dining room, kitchen and great room. PHOTO BY Gibeon Photography

    Home of the Year: Magic on the Mountain

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