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This incredible rustic house capitalizes on views of the Teton Mountains

rustic mountain house exterior with a water view

This gorgeous rustic mountain house created by JLF Architects together with Big-D Signature is surrounded by nature’s foliage in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. A tribute to the legendary topography, this dwelling is designed in a classic cruciform (cross-shaped) plan to promote an easy flow and harmonious connection to the outdoors. Views of the Grand Tetons can be witnessed from the owner’s bedroom, while mountain and river views are captured through expansive walls of glazing in the great room.

Encompassing 8,000 square feet of living space, the home is sheltered by mature trees on the banks of the Snake River with uninterrupted views toward the Grand Tetons. The exterior facade showcases a material palette of aged wood and stone that anchors the architecture to both the terrain and regional history. The dwelling features contemporary flat roofs and incorporates more steel than timbers.

DESIGN DETAILS: ARCHITECT JLF Architects BUILDER Big-D Signature INTERIOR DESIGN Dwelling

rustic mountain house exterior with a water view

Above: The roofing of this rustic mountain dwelling is a mix of slate and cedar shake.

rustic mountain house exterior

What We Love: This rustic mountain house showcases the architect’s commitment to natural integration, where the home is thoughtfully designed to enhance its spectacular surroundings. The attractive material palette combined with the contemporary furnishings and art adds to the overall beauty of this home. We love every detail, especially the living room with its soaring reclaimed wood ceilings and dual-sided stacked stone fireplace.

Tell Us: What elements in the design of this home do you find most inspiring? Please share your thoughts 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 Wyoming: Tour this gorgeous timber and barn wood home in Jackson Hole, Wyoming and Incredible Wyoming mountain dwelling wraps minimalism in warmth.

rustic mountain house hallway with a console table and round mirror

rustic mountain house entry

rustic hallway into the living room

Above: The flooring is salvaged chestnut.

home bar with wood, stone and glass

Above: This home bar features a beautiful balance of wood, stone, and glass. A window frames captivating views of the rugged terrain.

rustic living room

Above: An expansive window wall of 16′ x 14′ frames dramatic views.

rustic living room with a dual sided fireplace

rustic living room with a dual sided fireplace

Above: In the living room, rustic meets comfort with plush furniture, reclaimed wood ceilings, and a stacked stone fireplace. The perfect place to gather after a day outside witnessing the changing season.

rustic living room with a dual sided fireplace

rustic living room with a dual sided fireplace

rustic great room

rustic living room

rustic great room

Above: Rustic, reclaimed materials meet contemporary design in this gorgeous great room.

rustic dining room looking towards the kitchen

Above: The kitchen features a convenient motorized window pass-through to an outdoor kitchen.

rustic kitchen

rustic kitchen

rustic dining room

rustic dining room

rustic dining room

rustic dining room blown glass ceiling light fixture detail

modern wine cellar

Above: One of the highlights of this home is this dramatic LED-lighted wine closet.

rustic powder room

rustic hallway

modern rustic bedroom with a fireplace

Above: The owner’s bedroom along with other spaces in this home features walls clad with salvaged barnwood in a horizontal orientation.

modern rustic bedroom with a fireplace

modern rustic bedroom with a sitting area and F doors leading to the exterior

rustic bathroom with a freestanding tub

modern rustic bathroom with a freestanding tub

modern bathroom shower

modern rustic bathroom with a freestanding tub

rustic bedroom

rustic staircase with skylights

Above: This staircase features reclaimed wood ceilings and an abundance of natural light. 

rustic staircase

rustic staircase with skylights

rustic bedroom

modern shower with white tiles

modern shower with white tiles

rustic hallway

rustic bedroom with a hanging chair

rustic bedroom with a hanging chair

rustic bedroom with a hanging chair next to the window

rustic mountain house balcony

modern rustic bathroom

modern rustic bathroom with a freestanding tub

rustic family room

rustic bunk bedroom

rustic bunk bedroom

rustic bedroom detail

rustic home library

rustic home library

rustic living room

rustic mountain house exterior with a spiral staircase

Above: From the lower patio, a spiral staircase leads up to a hidden observation deck. Its design takes advantage of the flat roof on top of the home office. From this vantage point, one can enjoy unparalleled views of the spectacular terrain along with a starry night sky.

rustic mountain house exterior

rustic mountain house exterior with a landscape view

rustic mountain house exterior with a water view

Above: A copper hot tub is idyllically positioned alongside a stream-fed pond, integrating the existing topography with the home while creating an additional venue for soaking in the natural panorama.

rustic mountain house exterior with a water view at dusk

rustic mountain house exterior

rustic mountain house landscape views of the Snake River and the Teton Mountains

Above: This rustic mountain house captures spectacular views of both the river and the Grand Tetons.

rustic mountain house landscape views of the Teton mountains

PHOTOGRAPHER Audrey Hall

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Anneke Van de Laar
7 months ago

It always amazes me that it is allowed in the USA to built all these beautiful houses in such pristine nature. We live in the Netherlands nearby a national forrest and our country is very small, but very big on rules and regulations! We would never been granted permission to built in such beautifull surroundings as has been shown in this article. Not only the building but also a complete infrastructure is necessary.
Anyway: thank you again for an inspirational article!