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Inside a Wyoming mountain house with stunning contemporary accents

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JLF Architects in collaboration with Big-D Signature has designed this contemporary mountain-style house, located in Wilson, an alpine western town at the eastern base of Teton Pass, Wyoming. Invoking heritage materials to honor Wyoming’s pioneering past, chiseled mountain style is invigorated by contemporary accents.

Industrial steel windows and a curtain of glass seamlessly connect with the mature pine and spruce forest. The windows provide inhabitants with views to the forest edge across the Snake River Valley and beyond to the Sleeping Indian and the eastern escarpment. Continue below to see the rest of this spectacular home tour…

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What We Love: This contemporary mountain-style house offers its occupants a wonderful getaway for family and friends. With large expanses of glass capturing remarkable views, this home invites nature inside and promotes a feeling of rest and relaxation. We are especially loving the owner’s suite, a serene and welcoming space to retreat to at the end of a long day in the great outdoors.

Tell Us: What details in the design of this Wyoming mountain house most inspired you and why? Let us know in the Comments, we love reading your feedback!

Note: Be sure to have a look at a couple of other fabulous home tours that we have featured here on One Kindesign from the state of Wyoming: Exquisite mountain modern home overlooking the Teton Mountain Range and Impressive wood and stone mountain dwelling in the Northern Rockies.

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The board-formed foundation was constructed using reclaimed materials. Exterior finishes also included Montana fieldstone, reclaimed timber siding, and a galvanized metal roof. This home is LEED Certified with a Silver rating. Before construction on this home, crews had to move an existing two-story log cabin 100 yards to a new location. The log cabin has since been transformed into the Guest Cabin.

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Interior living spaces feature a soft elegance that is expressed in velvet and satin through a color palette of azure and amethyst that is layered over neutral tones and mirrors the filtered forest light to create a peaceful retreat.

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Above: Interior materials include reclaimed wood and Montana moss rock.

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A small transparent connector leads to the understated cozy owner’s suite that was constructed from a reclaimed homestead cabin.

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PHOTOGRAPHER Audrey Hall Photo

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