Rustic mountain house with a stunning timeless aesthetic in Idaho


This stunning rustic mountain house was designed by The Jarvis Group Architects, in collaboration with Conrad Brothers Construction, located in Ketchum, Idaho. The homeowners visioned their newly constructed dwelling to appear like it was 100 years old and to include period appropriate finishes and fixtures. Continue below to see the rest of this gorgeous home…

Project Team: Architect: The Jarvis Group Architects |  Interior Design: LoneStar Design Build | Builder: Conrad Brothers Construction


What We Love: This stunning rustic mountain house offers its inhabitants a warm and welcoming atmosphere for family living and entertaining. Surrounded by a magnificent backdrop of rugged mountains, one could feel immediately at peace living in this exquisitely design abode. We are loving the rustic details, from the hand-scraped flooring to the reclaimed wood, every element in this design makes you feel welcome.

Tell Us: What details in the design of this home do you find most appealing and what would you change if this was your home? Please share your thoughts in the Comments, we love reading your feedback!

Note: Take a look another incredible home tour that we have featured here on One Kindesign from the portfolio of the architects of this home, The Jarvis Group Architects: Mountain rustic home with a modern twist boasts glorious views in Idaho.




Above: The oak floors feature a custom stain.



Above: In the kitchen, a large island offers plenty of space for prep and entertaining. This space encompasses 392 square feet (36 square meters); 14 by 28 feet. The cabinets are reclaimed oak in a “dead flat” finish. Wire mesh fronts were integrated into some of the upper cabinets, along with antique hinges on the refrigerator — lending an antique aesthetic to the space.

rustic kitchen

Above: The countertops feature leathered Pompignan limestone with bronze inlay strips. On the floors, custom hand-scraped hardwood. Reclaimed barn wood was used on the ceiling and beams. On the sides of the beams, canister lights were used to provide an abundance of task lighting.










Photos: Longview Studios

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Shane Thompson
2 years ago

I agree its a beautiful home. I would never want to leave. A floor plan would be great to see. I would make some adjustments to capture specific views and the position of light. I know the kids would love the bunk room. There would be 2 places i would love to build this home. First would be Stanley Idaho positioned with the Sawtooth Mountains as a Backdrop. The second location will surprise you is the Yarra Valley, Victoria , Australia. I look forward to receiving your reply. I am an Australian who travels between Australia and Idaho and fortunate… Read more »

D Stowe
2 years ago

I love, love , love this home! I want to live in it! The detail! I would love to see a floor plan. The rooms look small as they should to represent the desired era portrayal. Would love to see even more pics. Excellent job!