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Texas ranch house designed as a spectacular outdoorsman’s paradise

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This fabulous ranch house was designed by Ryan Street & Associates as a family hunting camp for weekend getaways, located in Texas along the southwestern border of Mexico. A couple of hours south of San Antonio, the property consists of seventeen-thousand-acres of mainly raw land. 

Nestled amidst the dense brush and rolling hills of Texas’s “Big Deer Country, this home is an outdoorsman’s paradise. The project team devised two metal structures on the property for two families, the brothers behind the Yeti brand. The intent was to meld the buildings into their surroundings while weathering the harsh natural elements — all while being impressive and unassuming.

Project Team: ARCHITECTURE: Ryan Street & Associates INTERIOR DESIGNER: Studio Seiders LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT: Landwest Design Group STYLIST: Sara Oswalt

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Corrugated metal siding and unfinished steel dominate the exterior palette while the interiors offer a vibrant contrast to the austerity of the structures themselves. Each of the homes features a long central hallway that is flanked by five bedrooms and ends with an open concept living, dining, and kitchen area facing a bank of windows.

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The amalgam of furniture, art, and rugs reflects the confluence of cultures that have historically inhabited the region, from Spanish settlers to Native American tribes like the Lipan Apache to the cattle barons of Texas and Mexico.

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What We Love: This Texas ranch house offers two families the opportunity to enjoy spending time outdoors in a rugged paradise. Although this home features stylish furnishings, the concrete flooring allows for durability and low-maintenance from indoor-outdoor living. An abundance of texture and pops of color add cozy warmth to this incredible retreat.

Tell Us: What do you think of the overall details in the design of this home? Would this be your idea of the ultimate retreat for weekend getaways? Let us know in the Comments!

Note: Take a look at a couple of our favorite ranch house tours that we have featured here on One Kindesign from the state of Texas: Rustic ranch house retreat designed for family gatherings in Texas and Texas Hill Country ranch home offers a water’s edge retreat.

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Above: Steel-framed windows overlook the landscape.

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Above: Between the two lodges is a shared pool and patio where the family spends a lot of their time together.

Photos: Casey Dunn

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11 days ago

frankly, i think this place looks kind of creepy. even without the creepy heads hanging from the walls, i think that the moderator really had to strain to come up with a “what we love” statement for this place.

Pat Lukes
11 days ago

I’m personally repulsed by the dead animals on the walls. This says so much about the owners. I would never visit a house whose owner/designer thought this was a good idea and I certainly would never feature this in a home that is supposed to be someone’s sanctuary. Says so much about the owner of such a place. #sorrynotsorry