A mountain dwelling in Wyoming with modern-rustic styling


Carney Logan Burke Architects have just recently designed this private modern-rustic mountain dwelling located in Jackson Hole, Teton County, Wyoming. This spectacular two story residence is surrounded by a magnificent landscape of green grasses, a thick forest and mountain range backdrop.

A meandering pond is nestled out front of the property, offering a fresh and natural aesthetic. The sprawling dwelling features an exterior facade of stone, wood and incredible factory glass windows. Inside you will find a double story great room with expansive walls of glass helping to blur the boundaries between indoors and out.


A glass bridge connects the main living spaces of the home with the private bedroom zones. This allows a separation of spaces and additional privacy. Views of the mountains can be seen magnificently from the second story catwalk.


What We Love: This mountain dwelling features a heavenly oasis enveloping it, with a verdant landscape, pond and forested backdrop on one side and mountains on the other. The great room is our favorite space, with its soaring ceilings, floor-to-ceiling windows and doors that spill out onto the outdoor patio. The covered patio offers an excellent area to spend time relaxing, entertaining and enjoying the spectacular landscape…. readers, what do you love most about the design of this home?

Note: The “related” tags throughout the article are additional features that we have showcased here on One Kindesign from the architects that have designed this home, Carny Logan Burke.


Above: The kitchen features a built-in breakfast nook with a window that perfectly frames the views of the rugged landscape.

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Above: Walls of stone adds to the rusticity of the space, along with the wooden flooring and dramatic wood staircase.



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Photos: Matthew Millman

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