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Warm and inviting mountain refuge boasts outstanding views of the Tetons

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This inviting mountain refuge designed by Carney Logan Burke Architects is nestled on a beautiful property in a subdivision at the bottom of Teton Pass in Wilson, Wyoming. It’s idyllic location boasts sweeping views of the mountains beyond. This home is owned by an outdoor-loving family of five who were relocating from the San Francisco Bay Area.

They were seeking a mountain refuge as their basecamp for all the incredible experiences this region has to offer. The architects orientated the home on the property to take advantage of the open views on the property.

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Set on an east/west access, they were able to gain privacy and plenty of natural light on the outdoor, west-facing terrace. The program is made up of a 5,300 square foot main residence, guesthouse for their in-laws and a gear barn to store outdoor equipment. Gorgeous landscaping around the property includes a pond and waterfall.

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To integrate the breathtaking beauty of this home’s surroundings, the architects integrated plenty of windows throughout to create a sense of being outside even when indoors. For the interiors scheme, the designer employed a color palette of natural woods, contrasting beautifully with the walnut floors.

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The home was designed to be warm and contemporary. The architects selected black walnut for the flooring and hemlock for the ceiling. Much thought went into the kitchen, pantry and bar design; the sizing of locally made custom elements like wood slab tables; and striking a balance between intimacy and the capacity to entertain large groups. The collaborative approach resulted in an open, airy, nature-inspired home that makes the most of its site while meeting the lifestyle needs of a busy family.

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What We Love: This inviting mountain refuge offers a family of five a fabulous home to enjoy all the wonderful outdoor amenities that their new location has to offer. A warm and cozy living environment provides plenty of space for the family to have privacy while also providing ample space to gather. The beauty of nature that surrounds this home creates for a relaxed vibe, where large windows take advantage of the superb mountain views.

Tell Us: What are your thoughts on the design of this home, do you find it to be warm and livable? Let us know in the Comments below!

Note: Be sure to have a look below for the “Related” tags for more inspiring home tours that we have featured here on One Kindesign from the portfolio of the architects of this project, Carney Logan Burke Architects.

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In the living room, the fireplace is composed of Frontier sandstone.

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Custom cabinets are comprised of beech and anigre, a lesser-known, light-hued African wood (appears like maple with a vertical grain).

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Spread out over two levels, the bedrooms and utilities can be found on the main level, while the master suite is on the upper level to take advantage of enhanced views. The master suite’s sitting room has a built-in daybed that connects to the sitting room outside the children’s’ rooms via a floating bridge that passes above this dwelling’s main entry.

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The main structure’s zinc panels, cedar planking and stone are mimicked in the smaller guest house set amidst the aspens a short distance away. The main dwelling takes shape in two volumes. The flat roofline of the mostly transparent single story — which encompasses the open plan kitchen/living/dining areas — extends over an outdoor living room anchored on either side by twin fireplace masses.

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Photos: Matthew Millman

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