Montana ski house with stylish details frames the Rocky Mountains


This mountain modern ski house was designed by Pearson Design Group in collaboration with designer Shawn Henderson, located in the private community of Yellowstone Club, Big Sky, Montana. The home is perched on the side of a mountain, designed to soak in the stunning views of the surrounding landscape. Expansive windows help to frame the views, while illuminating the interiors with natural light.

Project Team: Architect: Pearson Design Group / Engineer: Bridger Engineers / Interior Design: Shawn Henderson Interior Design


Above: The exterior facade of this ski house is clad in reclaimed wood and fieldstone that was locally sourced.


Above: In the entryway into this ski house, a vintage Olavi Hanninen Table is complimented by a Vintage Bronze Ottoman by Warren Platner for Knoll — the seat is covered in a Dessin Fournir leather. The flooring is antique stone, while the area rug was sourced from ALT Living. Suspended from the ceiling, is the Angular Momentum Chandelier in textured steel by Lou Blass.


Above: Expansive steel-framed windows in the living room captures breathtaking views of the Rocky Mountains. Wood-paneled walls adds a rustic touch to this modern space. Grounding this space is a custom hooked rug that has a pattern based on a topographical map of the home’s site – The New England Collection.


Above: In the living room, a 1930s English wingback chair is covered in a Classic Cloth check fabric from ALT for Living.


What We Love: This fabulous ski house getaway offers its inhabitants sunlit interiors, soaring ceilings and incredible views of the surrounding rugged landscape. Loving the material elements of brick and wood combined in both the interior and exterior to help to create a rustic yet clean lined aesthetic… Readers, what do you think of the overall modern-rustic styling of this home? Let us know why or why not in the comments below, we love reading your feedback!

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Above: In the home library, a built-in bench seat is covered with a Dualoy Leather shearling for cozy comfort. Accent pillows are covered in a C.& C. Milano fabric. The wide-plank European wood flooring is white oak, sourced from Arrigoni Woods in Vail, Colorado.


Above: In the study, the Eames Chair is from Design Within Reach, while the vintage Gordon Martz Lamp is from Barbarella Home.


Above: In the powder bathroom, the walls feature reclaimed whitewashed wood. The custom designed sink is composed of stone, while the fittings above the sink, mirror and wall sconce were sourced from Waterworks.


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Above: Highlighting the large windows of the master bedroom is linen drapery fabric from de Le Cuona. The custom fabricated headboard and bed are upholstered in a Sam Kasten fabric, while the luxurious bed linens are from Frette.


Above: The fireplace mantel in the master bedroom’s is blackened-steel, surrounded by a wall clad in Japanese clay tiles sourced from Chelsea Arts Tile + Stone. Fireplace tools are from Kaufmann Mercantile. Accenting the fireplace is a stool covered in an Edelman Leather shearling. 



Above: The kids bunk bedroom features custom designed beds composed of reclaimed white-washed wood and topped with bedding sourced from Swans Island Company. The table is from Restoration Hardware, while the pendant light fixture is from Bone Simple Design. The curtains were fabricated from the luxurious Italian fabrics brand, Brochier. On the floor, the carpet is from ALT for Living.



Above: The steel-framed door leads you into the après ski room. The custom area rug was sourced from Beauvais Carpets.


Above: On the front deck are comfortable outdoor chairs from Restoration Hardware, covered in a Perennials outdoor fabric. The Blanche Concrete Faux Bois Garden Stools are from Mecox. The decking is composed of reclaimed wood. Illuminating this outdoor space at night are wall sconces from O’Lampia.

Photos: Stephen Kent Johnson

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