This beautifully designed rustic-modern dwelling is the creative imagination of Sage Interior Design, located in Whitefish, Montana. Located in the heart of the spectacular northern Rocky Mountains, this home is as warm and welcoming from the outside as it is on the interiors. The front entryway allows you to see all the way through to the backyard, where a forested backdrop provides a sense of tranquility.
The home was designed to maximize its surrounding views, with expansive windows at the back of the property. The great room provides a wonderful indoor-outdoor connection, that allows the homeowners to connect with nature. Soaring ceilings give a sense of spaciousness and provides a bright and airy atmosphere. Adding to the rustic-modern aesthetic is the use of stone and wood material elements throughout the design.
A soaring entryway welcomes visitors into this striking residence, with a pivoting glass and steel doorway that allows you to see to the opposing side. A retractable wall of glass allows seamless connection between indoors and out. The wood covered portico entry makes the dwelling feel grand in scale. While a stunning chandelier helps to illuminate the space in the evening.
A floor-to-ceiling stone clad fireplace is the focal point the living room. A reclaimed wood mantel adds to the rustic beauty of this space. Striking hardwood floors adds warmth, while a plush area rug helps to delineate the space. A neutral color scheme helps to not detract from the verdant landscape that is highlighted when the walls of glass are retracted.
What We Love: This striking rustic-modern dwelling offers a fabulous indoor-outdoor connection and fresh mountain air. With breathtaking surroundings, this peaceful retreat allows it owners the opportunity to really get away from it all. A heavy use of wood throughout helps to infuse warmth into this otherwise modern abode. The master bedroom is truly a serene oasis, with its walls of glass and wood clad accent wall behind the bed.
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Photos: Gibeon Photography
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