This stunning modern farmhouse cabin is inspired by the Teton Mountains


Northworks Architects in collaboration with WRJ Design has created this gorgeous modern farmhouse-style cabin inspired by the iconic landscape of the Teton Valley in Driggs, Idaho. This 3,500-square-foot Tributary Cabin is a model residence and represents the first, all-new real estate offering from the newly rebranded Tributary resort community.

Refined, yet rugged, the open floor plan, soaring vaulted ceilings, and use of authentic locally-sourced materials create a thoroughly modern home while honoring the spirit of the rustic western homesteads found throughout the valley. Floor-to-ceiling glazing along with a spacious outdoor deck provides the homeowners with a connection to the incredible landscape and the community’s numerous amenities.



Above: This modern farmhouse cabin is clad in board-and-batten cedar siding and stained white. Additional highlights to the exterior includes stone chimneys and a cedar roof.


Step inside this beautifully inviting modern farmhouse cabin to find an open layout floor plan and expansive walls of glass that captures the magnificent views of nature. A rustic meets contemporary mix of materials can be found throughout this home. This entails rough-hewn stone and reclaimed timber combined with clean lines and light finishes. Above: The front door is aluminum-clad glass, while the flooring is limestone. On the ceiling, the aged iron flush-mount light fixture is by Generation Lighting.


Above: The great room features a reclaimed wood ceiling and Flatwillow stone wall. A pair of Verellen sofas are upholstered in a natural wool blend. The comfortable Hickory Chair lounge chair is upholstered in a herringbone fabric. The coffee and side table was sourced from the custom furniture company, Taracea. Highlighting the windows are custom window treatments in a faintly striped fabric by Loro Piana.


Above: In the kitchen, a gorgeous waterfall island material is Taj Mahal quartzite, repeated on the perimeter countertops and backsplash. The shaker-style custom cabinets are an oak veneer. The swivel counter stools are by Four Hands. Above the island, the chandelier is by Hammerton. The flooring is oak.


What We Love: This stunning modern farmhouse-style cabin features a magnificent backdrop of the Teton Mountains, inspiring the overall design of this dwelling. The architecture has a refined yet rugged aesthetic that matches the natural beauty of this home’s surroundings. There is an abundance of striking details in this home, from the soaring ceiling height in the living room to the stylish furnishings to create an elevated look in the rugged surroundings.

Tell Us: What elements in the design of this home do you find most appealing? Would you change any details if this were your personal residence? Let us know in the Comments below!

Note: Be sure to check out a couple of other fabulous home tours that we have highlighted here on One Kindesign in the state of Idaho: Breathtaking mountain contemporary home in Idaho nestles in the woods and Mountain rustic home with a modern twist boasts glorious views in Idaho.



Above: Flooring-to-ceiling glazing in the dining room frames breathtaking views of the Teton Mountains. The Sempre dining table can be purchased from the WRJ showroom in Jackson, Wyoming. The striking table includes two slabs of chiseled Belgian bluestone set atop a French oak base. Illuminating from above is an aged iron and linen pendant light from Visual Comfort.


Above: In the powder bathroom, the designer used the same quartzite material as the kitchen countertops. The accent wall is a white-painted shiplap. The pendant lights are polished nickel.


Above: Weathered trestle wood encases the guest accommodations. This space provides guests with their own private living quarters. Custom-fabricated twin beds on either side of the room are set in cozy alcoves. The wool blankets were sourced from Chamonix, France. The plush pillows on the chairs are Italian-made. The coffee table is an antique from Asia.



Above: The main bedroom is located on the opposite side of the home from the two guest bedroom suites. Creating a light and airy vibe, the reclaimed wood ceiling is over 12 feet high. The walls are painted in White Chocolate 2149-70 | Benjamin Moore. The upholstered bed is by Bernhardt. The pair of nightstands are by Theodore Alexander, while the bedside lamps are from Visual Comfort. Double doors lead out to the back deck where one can enjoy sweeping views of the Teton Mountain range.



Above: Outside, a Brazilian ipe deck runs the length of the dwelling’s exterior. There are plenty of places to entertain and lounge, with a mix of teak furnishings from Four Hands and Janus et Cie.

PHOTOGRAPHER New Thought Digital

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Ann Jones
1 year ago

The roof is very attractive, can you kindly share the source and exactly what type of roofing this is?