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Amazing mountain home in Wyoming blends rustic and refined elements

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A beautiful blend of clean, contemporary lines and rugged, natural materials come together to create this refined mountain home in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Designed by JLF Architects in collaboration with Big-D Signature, this unique cabin-like retreat is nestled beneath the grandeur of the Grand Tetons. The property includes the main house, a cozy den connected by an enclosed glass walkway, guest quarters, and a custom water feature.

The material palette of this home is inspired by the surrounding mountain landscape, featuring reclaimed wood and stone veneer. Created to be different from your traditional mountain cabin, this dwelling features a more open layout with tall, vaulted ceilings and expansive glazing that enables natural light to flood into the living spaces while offering jaw-dropping views throughout.

DESIGN DETAILS: ARCHITECT JLF Architects BUILDER Big-D Signature INTERIOR DESIGN Los Griegos Studio LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTS Verdone Landscape Architects

modern rustic mountain home entry

Above: This inviting foyer was designed to feel like a log cabin with its stacked log corners. 

modern rustic dining room looking towards the living room

Above: The living room’s voluminous ceiling features scissor trusses comprised of distressed reclaimed timbers. The design of the custom hide rug is inspired by Navajo rug designs.

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What We Love: This refined mountain home was created with an intentional antiquity that suits the surrounding natural beauty of the Wyoming landscape. The harmonious blend of reclaimed materials, hand-forged metal, and authentic furnishings results in an exceptional home to be enjoyed by family and friends for years to come.

Tell Us: What elements in the design of this mountain retreat do you find most appealing? Please share your thoughts in the Comments below!

Note: Take a look at a couple of other amazing 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 Serene mountain getaway nestled at the base of majestic Teton Range.

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modern rustic living room with a fireplace

Above: Reclaimed materials were used throughout this home to create a sense of place. An open floor plan and large windows allow abundant natural light to flood the interiors.

modern rustic kitchen

Above: The kitchen features shaker-inspired reclaimed fir cabinets and a backsplash of glazed fireclay tile, creating a sense of tranquility. The countertops are Pietra del Cardoso — deep-blue grey stone slab.

modern rustic kitchen

modern rustic home office with a large green chaise lounge

modern rustic bedroom with a fireplace

modern rustic bathroom with a freestanding tub

modern rustic mountain home exterior entry

Above: A separate entryway leads into the husband’s retreat, connected to the main house via a glass-enclosed walkway that frames spectacular views of the Teton Mountains.

modern rustic mountain home glass bridge leading into husband's retreat

modern rustic family room with a fireplace and home bar

Above:  This man cave/den was designed with a more masculine feel. This space features an elaborate bar, cigar-smoking accouterments, and a grandiose lounge area complete with its own stone-clad fireplace.

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Above: Instead of building separation from the environment, the project team has centered its architectural design on connecting the landscape from the outside in. Large windows and water features blur indoor/outdoor lines. Water features further magnify the surrounding wildland, sky, and mountains.

Above: Verdone Landscape Architects created this custom water feature that provides a peaceful backdrop with trickling runoffs cascading into a manmade pond. The home and its surroundings are awe-inspiring throughout the year with abundant greenery and wildflowers during the summer, and frosty, snow-capped views throughout the winter months.

PHOTOGRAPHER Audrey Hall

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