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Step into this beyond stunning log cabin hideaway in the Utah mountains

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Magleby Construction together with Bond Design Company designed this gorgeous log cabin hideaway that’s perched at 7,250 feet and tucked away on a sprawling 50-acre property in Kamas, Utah. This fresh take on log cabin style mirrors the elegance of the surrounding mountain landscape. The dwelling integrates locally sourced timber, natural textures, and oversized windows that frame the mountainside’s rugged beauty.

Taking four years to complete, this mountain home includes a detached garage that is connected to the house via a 160-food underground tunnel. The design of this tunnel was inspired by old mine shafts from Utah’s mining days in the mid-19th century. There are six bedrooms and six-and-a-half bathrooms in this home, including a bunk room that is ideal for multi-generational living and hosting overnight guests.

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Above: The spacious foyer of this stunning log cabin hideaway features soaring ceilings that necessitated large wall sconces flanking the entry. The designer selected the Fresno Large 2-Light 3/4 Wall Lantern from Visual Comfort & Co. Technically this light fixture is meant to be an exterior sconce, yet design rules are meant to be broken! 

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Above: In the dining room, the statement-making, 20-light chandelier is the largest version in the Geoffrey Collection, sourced from Arteriors Home. This industrial-rustic piece is perfect for hanging from a wooden ceiling beam in your great room or suspended above a large wooden dining table. The table was handcrafted by Park City Stone & Wood.

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This home also features state-of-the-art components including a Savant smart-home technology system, power supplied by an extensive 41-kilowatt solar array (including a commercial backup generator), nearly 300-kilowatt hours of battery backup, six 1,000-gallon propane tanks, and an extensive commercial water filtration system with over 1,000 gallons of water storage.

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What We Love: The rustic beauty of this log cabin hideaway is unparalleled. Throughout this dwelling, the project team did a fabulous job of creating warm and inviting living spaces with a beautiful material palette, along with designer furnishings and fixtures. We think this drool-worthy home would be anyone’s dream home. Every little detail is so well designed that it truly inspires one to be a homebody… or just hibernate for the winter!

Tell Us: What are your overall thoughts on the design of this home? Let us know in the Comments below!

Note: Be sure to have a look at a couple of other gorgeous home tours that we have highlighted here on One Kindesign in the state of Utah: Gorgeous farmhouse style home overlooking the Wasatch Mountains and Welcoming Utah residence boasts astounding views of Mount Timpanogos.

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Above: The gorgeous leather sectional sofa is from Restoration Hardware. A comfortable space to enjoy dreamy mountain views through large floor-to-ceiling windows.

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Above: In the kitchen, the exquisite light fixture hanging over the island is the Prosperity Rectangular Chandelier by Currey & Company. This versatile piece can be used in a variety of different design styles. A modern take on the traditional gas light, the blocked-accented frame is perfect for kitchen islands. A contemporary gold leaf finish on the interior of the shades can bring a hint of decadence to your space.

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Above: This exquisite professional range is any chef’s dream, sourced from BlueStar Appliances. The cast iron cookware is by Le Creuset.

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Above: This cozy breakfast nook is tucked into a corner window highlighting breathtaking mountain views. The light fixture over the table is the Piatto Large Pendant from Visual Comfort. This pendant is the perfect selection to add a touch of elegance, whether in your breakfast nook or above your kitchen island. The hand-rubbed antique brass with an aged iron shade brings a rustic-industrial feel to your space.

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Above: The breakfast nook table was sourced from Four Hands Furniture. On top of the table, the small potted plants are from Sun River Gardens.

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Above: The exquisite chandelier above the bed would also work well in a great room. It is the Saxon Chandelier by Currey & Company in a silver finish, but also comes in rattan and black finish. This beautiful fixture features a slender wrought iron frame that arcs gracefully to create a more modernized aesthetic. The wallpaper is by Phillip Jeffries, the bed is from Century Furniture and the ottomans are from Lee Industries.

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Above: In this dreamy bathroom, the Santorini soaking tub in polished copper along with a pair of Avila sinks in polished copper are from Native Trails.

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Above: In this gorgeous bathroom, the Huntley Sconces are from Urban Electric Co. These versatile wall sconces can fit into just about any living environment courtesy of their sleek, elongated shape and structured backplate. This includes bedrooms, bathrooms, entryways, libraries, and everywhere in between.

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Above: Suspended above the copper tub is the Harlow Calcite Round Chandelier from Restoration Hardware. Making an elegant statement, the translucent calcite allows light to shine through the stone to create a warm glow. This chandelier provides natural beauty with a minimalist feel.

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Above: This cozy living room features chairs from Lee Industries (pictured left) and Ralph Lauren Home (pictured right).

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Above: In this darling guest bedroom, the bed frame is from the homeowner’s childhood bedroom. The throw pillow covers are in Lee Jofa fabric, while the bedding is Kravet. The bedside table is from Noir Furniture.

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Above: In this inviting guest bathroom, the Hudson Falls Wall Sconce is by Hudson Valley Lighting Group. This space was designed with a more masculine feel than other areas of the home, so the designer selected a rugged distressed bronze finish for the fixture to provide the space with more depth. This light fixture is perfect for use in any bathroom or above nightstands in a boy’s bedroom.

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Above: In this bathroom, the rustic cabinet paired with the gold accents is perfection. The delicate herringbone tile backsplash is from Artistic Tile.

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PHOTOGRAPHER Lindsay Salazar Photography

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Deb
8 months ago

Any chance the brand of the houndstooth fabric on the front sofa in the theater room can be shared?

Dave
1 year ago

Weird – really weird. Everything, everywhere, all at once! Just give the client whatever they want whether it makes any good design sense, or not! More money than sense! Or good taste.

Josh
1 year ago

Restaurant-style booth-nook main dining screams “oops, we ran out of room.”

Christy Gowen
1 year ago

What brand is that sectional leather sofa?