Delightful modern mountain cabin getaway in picturesque Martis Camp


This contemporary mountain cabin was designed by Walton Architecture in conjunction with Jeffers Design Group, located in the picturesque Martis Camp in Truckee, California. This home was created as a getaway for a young family from San Francisco. The goal was to create living spaces that are easy, comfortable and fun. This mountain retreat is infused with industrial chic style, while cozy blankets helps to redefine rustic.

You will not find any antler chandeliers in this modernized version of a mountain cabin. The design team infused the home with a soft palette of textures and hues mixed with wood flooring, adding a cozy warmth to the interiors. Bunk beds in the children’s room save space, creating a fun and playful environment. Large expanses of windows allow the inhabitants incredible views of the beautiful landscape and mountains of Lake Tahoe in the distance.


What We Love: This modern mountain cabin offers a nice blending with its beautiful site. With elements of wood and stone, the overall feel is warm and cozy. The interiors of this home offers plenty of inspiration, decorated with a perfect match between luxury furniture and modern lighting… Readers, what feature in this home most inspired you? Please share your thoughts in the Comments below!

Note: Have a look at a couple of other projects by Walton Architecture that we have featured here on One Kindesign: Mountain modern retreat in Lake Tahoe offers a sophisticated sanctuary and Gorgeous rustic wooded retreat with indoor-outdoor living in Martis Camp.


Above: The artwork hanging in the entryway is by New York City-based Neo-Pop artist Peter Tunney.



Above: In the living room, the wooden chairs are reupholstered vintage chairs and came from Nickey Kehoe. The ottoman is a custom piece made for this particular project. The sofa was purchased from A.Rudin style #2683.




Above: The kitchen bar stools were purchased through 1stDibs.com and are vintage 1960’s stools, which were reupholstered. The backsplash tile was purchased though Ann Sacks. The chandeliers are Golden Ratio Light Fixutres purchased from Coup d’Etat.


Above: The dining room light fixture was purchased through Coup D’etat. It is a Jules Vern X-Ray light made of hammered steel. The dining chairs were existing pieces that the homeowner already owned, which we reupholstered in woven chevron fabric.


Above: The drapery fabric design is called the Alani by Romo. The wall paint is Elephant Tusk OC-8 | Benjamin Moore.



Above: The drapes are made of a Robert Allen fabric called Mosaics in the color Powder. The pillow fabric is by Peter Dunn Textiles. The pattern is Peterazzi and the color is Pale Indigo (#PZ04). The wall color is Dill Pickle 2147-40 | Benjamin Moore. The ceiling paint is Bird’s Egg 2051-60 | Benjamin Moore.


Photos: Matthew Millman

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5 years ago

Breathtaking. Gorgeous. I would never want to leave.