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Peaceful rustic refuge nestled in majestic Beartooth Mountains, Montana

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Porth Architects has designed this rustic refuge, an elegant structure blending reclaimed lumber with unique design details, located in the Beartooth Foothills, Montana. This family mountain residence is an attractive display of vintage rafter stock, barnboard, antique hand-hewn timbers, and corral board all supplied by lumber company Montana Reclaimed Lumber Co. Continue below to see the rest of this spectacular home…

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What We Love: This rustic refuge offers its inhabitants a warm and welcoming place to gather with family and friends, surrounded by the tranquility of the Beartooth Mountains. A rustic material palette provides an inviting atmosphere for lounging and relaxation. Inside this home, casual furniture groupings inspire conversation while large windows capture astounding views of the rugged environment.

Tell Us: What is your most favorite design feature in this home and why in the Comments below!

Note: Have a look at a couple of other inspiring home tours that we have featured here on One Kindesign from the state of Montana: A dreamy Montana mountain retreat: Great Northern Lodge and A rustic chic family hideaway in Big Sky: Freedom Lodge.

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Above: This double volume living room incorporates a half octagon-shaped bay window with a reclaimed post and beam frame. The Chandelier is custom made from re-purposed steel with blown glass shades.

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Above: A cozy media room with a fireplace is located to one side of the living room

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Above:  The original plan called for an antique back bar to be installed in the family room. Available antiques were too large for the space, so a new mahogany bar was fabricated to resemble an antique.

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Above: The dining room can be opened to the porch.

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Above: This beautiful kitchen features rich, rustic materials and gorgeous green cabinets. This is an example of a kitchen that would appeal to a wide range of tastes, even though it is colorful and has character. The floors are reclaimed American chestnut, the stain is a custom blend. The ceiling beams are non-structural.

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Above: In the master bedroom retreat, the walls are clad with material salvaged from a nearby rundown log cabin. The ceiling is Corral Board.

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Above: The master bath incorporates more logs from the reclaimed cabin re-purposed in the bedroom. There is a copper slipper tub and a custom made vanity.

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Above: The powder room features an antique urinal and wall covering of topographic maps of the surrounding area.

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Above: View looking into the living room from the second-floor balcony. 

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Above: The office occupies a loft area overlooking the living room and has a small private balcony, perfect for morning coffee.

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Above: For the sleeping alcove, the interior designers suggested treating the interior of the bunk room as a giant canvas wall tent, which was custom fabricated by a local tent and awning manufacturer.

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Above: View of the wall tent inspired bunk room.

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Above: The bath serving the bunk room is set up camp style, with a multi-user wash basin.

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Above: Each bedroom is furnished differently.

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Photos: Jessie Moore Photography | Roger Wade photo

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Joyce Kucera
5 months ago

Love everything about this home!