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A mountain chic getaway in Utah showcases refined rustic styling

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This modern mountain chic getaway was designed as a family vacation home by Nicole Davis Interiors, located in Park City, Utah. The scope of this project was to create a place for family to gather, make memories together and to be a safe haven. A vacation home for a couple with adult children, this was a place the homeowners had dreamed about for years. Now that their dream was coming to fruition, they wanted it to be a four-season retreat. As for the design of this playful retreat, the surrounding landscape was the main inspiration. Continue below to see the rest of this inspiring home tour…

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Above: The spacious kitchen was designed to be cozy and intimate. A highlight to the space is a custom fabricated stainless steel and brass hood, which adds a touch of glam to this highly textured space. On the floors, reclaimed oak has a timeless look and are perfectly patinaed.

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What We Love: This fabulous mountain chic getaway offers modern touches with plenty of warmth to make this house feel like a home. Kid-friendly, durable materials blends with beautiful finishes to make for an overall exquisite design. Expansive windows not only frames the outdoors like a piece of art, but helps to invite the outdoors inside. The designer did a fabulous job of creating welcoming living spaces that feel cozy and intimate, achieving exactly what the homeowners requested.

Readers, what do you think of the design of this home, would this be your idea of the ultimate family getaway? Please tell us in the Comments below!

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Above: The artwork above the fireplace mantle is from a local gallery called Arte Haus Collectif. It is a modern abstract piece by artist Holly Addi. The artist takes her inspiration from the mountains and lakes that are part of Utah’s striking landscape.

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Above: Large picture windows throughout the home frames the views outside. The picturesque landscape acts as art, while the palette inside is muted to not detract from the rugged exterior.

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Above: The breakfast nook is adjacent to the kitchen, which is also referred to as the hearth room. A cozy spot to spend time with family, enjoy the warmth of the fireplace… and a grand view through the window.

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Above: In the great room, the fireplace surround, mantle and hearth features Wyoming stone. On the ceiling is a light French oak wood. The designer introduced a refined rustic aesthetic into the interiors. She layered artwork and accessories to add personality to the living spaces. The large-scale mirror on the fireplace mantle was custom fabricated by a local framer, used to anchor the space. Built-in shelving flanks the fireplace, adorned with pieces selected by the homeowner’s.

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Above: In the home office, the designer selected a dining table from Restoration Hardware to be used as a desk. It’s large scale worked perfectly with the built-in wall-to-wall custom cabinetry behind the table. Gold hardware adds a touch of glam to the space. Brass and bronze accessories were mixed together to give the space dimension.

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Above: In the hallway leading to the kids playroom and bunk room is a whimsical oil painting aptly named “Loretta”. The painting was sourced from Park City-based Trove Gallery.

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Above: With six grandchildren, the homeowners requested a a six-bed bunk room for overnight accommodations. Located on the lower level, this space also includes a “kid’s cave”, which is nestled behind two large barn doors. This space offers a reading nook and a table for working on craft projects.

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Photos: Alyssa Rosenheck

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