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Dreamy mountain retreat with serene indoor-outdoor connection in Tahoe

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This beautiful mountain retreat  was designed by Kelly & Stone Architects in collaboration with Jennifer Robin Interiors, located in Martis Camp, a community in Lake Tahoe, California. Nestled on a beautiful tree-filled property, this 5,000 square foot home was designed as a second home for a family with three young children from the Bay Area. The designer opted for durable finishes and material elements balanced with a serene indoor-outdoor connection.

This retreat was meant to be enjoyed throughout the seasons, with the luxury of golf course access during the summer months and skiing during the winter. Filled with natural light thanks to an abundance of glass, the designer went with a light color palette to enjoy the beauty of the natural landscape. There are cozy nooks for lounging, making this the ultimate retreat for relaxing vacations. Take a tour below, filled with resources and inspiring ideas!

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Above: The antique entry table was sourced on 1stdibs, while the bear art above is by Peter Samuels Photography.

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Above: The custom designed dining table welcomes guests as they enter through the front door. The chandelier above the dining table is the focal point of the space, custom designed by Mick Handley Design.

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Above: As one walks into the home, walls of glass frames the beautiful scenery, blurring the lines between indoors and out. The dining table was fabricated by Statsky Design, the table is composed of reclaimed wood in an X-pattern. The dining chairs are from Hollywood at Home, while the benches were sourced from Cisco Home.

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What We Love: This gorgeous mountain retreat features light and airy interiors that are loaded with rustic texture and charm. Exquisite furnishings, accessories, fixtures and materials throughout this home makes it feel warm and cozy while also lending an air of sophistication. Expansive walls of glass helps to create a fantastic indoor-outdoor connection, highlighting the beauty that surrounds this mountain getaway… Readers, what you think of this home, would this be your idea of a dream vacation retreat? Please share your thoughts in the Comments below!

Note: Have a look at a couple of our favorite home tours that we have featured here on One Kindesign from the portfolio of Kelly & Stone Architects: Fabulous mountain dwelling with jaw dropping views of Martis Valley and Gorgeous rustic mountain retreat with stylish interiors in Martis Camp.

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Above: Island counter stools are custom designed by Kroll Furniture. The pendant lights above the island are by Magni Home Collection. Oak hardwood flooring by Monarch Plank is found throughout the interiors, offering durability. A patinaed black metal hood breaks up the cream-colored custom cabinetry.

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Above: The kitchen windows above the farmhouse sink pivot and pocket out. The countertop runs seamlessly to the outdoor bar.

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Above: This light and airy kitchen features an island of reclaimed wood wrapped in concrete.

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Above: The outdoor patio helps to maximize indoor/outdoor living for entertaining. Along with the bar, there is plenty of space for lounging. There is also a large fire pit and a hot tub that can fit up to 16 guests.

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Above: The reclaimed-wood console table is by Coup D’etat, while the table lamps are from Lawson-Fenning.

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Above: Hanging over the fireplace is an antique mirror from Obsolete. The area rug is from Stark Carpet.

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Above: In the living room, the custom plaid wing chairs were designed by Kroll Furniture, covered with Osborne & Little fabric. The sofas are from Dmitriy & Co and covered with de Le Cuona fabric. Leather ottomans/coffee tables were sourced from A. Rudin, covered by Dualoy Leather. On either side of the fireplace, custom built-in cabinetry conceals a television on one side, while the other has a wet bar.

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Above: In the great room, an antique ladder adds a touch of whimsy.

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Above: Just off the dining room, this powder bathroom features wallpaper from Phillip Jeffries. Flanking the mirror are wall sconces from Robert Long Lighting. The concrete sink is from Native Trails, while the faucet is Brizo.

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Above: In the master bedroom, a custom designed upholstered bed is by Kroll Furniture, covered with Maharam fabric. The throw at the end of the bed was found in San Francisco-based Anthem. Bedside tables are custom designed by Matthew Chase Woodworks, while the table lamps are by Alexander Lamont. Above the tables are wall mirrors (helping to make the space feel larger) from the Robert James Collection. At the end of the bed is an antique bench from Sonoma Country Antiques. Grounding the space is an area rug from Stark Carpet.

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Above: The upholstered chair was sourced from Cisco Home and covered with Sequana fabric. The antique side tables are from Obsolete.

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Above: In the master bathroom, the plumbing fixtures are the Ludlow collection from Waterworks. The wall sconces are from Phoenix Day. A beautiful antique rug is from the Tony Kitz Gallery in San Francisco. To create privacy in this space, the window features bottom-up/top-down shades and large mirrors hung in front of it.

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Above: Next to the freestanding tub, a primitive 3-legged table from France circa 1900 can be found on either 1stdibs or EBay. On the wall, the artwork is by a local artist and sourced from Truckee-based store Bespoke.

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Above: In the stairway, a rustic-chic light fixture illuminating the space is from Arteriors Home.

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Above: In the junior master bedroom/guest suite, the metal canopy bed is by Bungalow Classic for Highland House. The arm chair and slatted console table is also by Bungalow Classic. A sliding barn door leads to the bathroom and also helps to maximize space.

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Above: The bedside tables are from Made Goods, while the wall sconces are from Soane Britain.

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Above: In the girls bedroom, the custom tufted wall headboard and base is by Kroll Furniture. The bedside tables are from Currey & Company.

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Above: The desk chair is from Anthropologie, while the wood/leather cabinetry hardware is from Walnut Studiolo. The built-in cabinetry provides extra storage, while the metal screens offers visual interest.

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Above: The boy’s bedroom features built-in trundle beds to host overnight guests. Above the bed is “Bear Service” art from Super Simple.

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Above: In the media room, the wallpaper is by Phillip Jeffries. The built-in desk features leather stools from Made Goods, while the feather artwork above the desk is from Super Simple (handmade paper prints by art photographers Dennis & Roy Barloga).

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Above: The media room swivel chair was sourced from Room & Board, while the antique coffee tables are from Dos Gallos. Extra-deep, built-in seating can play double-duty as multiple beds to host overnight guests.

Photos: Paul Dyer Photography

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Janet

I have a question regarding the link to Super Simple (love those feathers!). The link takes me to a children’s site. Can that be correct? Thanks.