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See this outstanding getaway home in the dramatic Colorado mountains

modern mountain home exterior

This modern mountain getaway home was designed by Studio Ma together with Jennifer Rhode Design, nestled under the James Peak Mountains along the Fraser River in the scenic mountain town of Winter Park, Colorado. This four-bedroom dwelling was created for relaxation and entertaining throughout the year and can easily accommodate plenty of overnight guests.

The convenient location provides easy access to skiing in the winter and horseback riding during the milder months. The sanctuary is nestled in a meadow that is complete with a stream running through the landscape, providing pops of delightful color along with indoor/outdoor living elements and a tranquil and inviting respite from the couple’s busy travel schedule. 

DESIGN DETAILS: ARCHITECT Studio Ma INTERIOR DESIGN Jennifer Rhode Design CONSTRUCTION Bishop Built Construction

modern mountain home exterior

The exterior of this Colorado Mountain getaway home was designed to echo the natural hues of the home’s surroundings. The siding includes local stone, grayed cedar, and charcoal metal cladding.

rustic entry with a staircase

The live edge console table was custom-crafted by Bishop Built Construction.

The interior palette includes clean white walls throughout, wide plank, white oak flooring, a slimmer tongue and groove white oak ceiling in the public rooms, cool grays in the tile, and blond wood kitchen cabinets all punctuated with matte black hardware and black steel railings and window framing. texture and color pops are brought in with the art pieces, rugs, and textiles, giving the home a vibrant, warm feeling.

rustic entry with a staircase

The view of the entry facing the front door. the large-scale weaving is by Sunwoven.

Stepping inside this home, the open tread, steel-framed stairwell is on your left and you can see straight through to the fields, river, and mountains behind the house. The large floor-to-ceiling windows flood the space with natural light.

rustic staircase

The entry-level encompasses a mudroom, two bunk rooms, and a generous “family room” with a large L-shaped sofa and a pool table. Meanwhile, the owner’s bedroom, great room, guest bedroom, office, kitchen, and dining area are all situated on the upper level to maximize views of the mountains.

rustic modern hallway

What We Love: This gorgeous mountain home provides its inhabitants with a beautifully inviting abode for hosting family get-togethers throughout the seasons. Surrounded by the breathtaking beauty of the Colorado mountains, we love how the architects devised this home to take advantage of the views, placing the main living spaces and the owner’s bedroom on the upper level. We also love the playful pops of color throughout this home, adding a cheerful vibe.

Tell Us: Would this mountain getaway home in Colorado be your idea of the ultimate family escape? Let us know why or why not in the Comments below!

Note: Be sure to check out a couple of other outstanding mountain home tours that we have featured here on One Kindesign in the state of Colorado: Step inside this warm and inviting mountain dream home in Steamboat Springs and Tour this incredibly stunning mountain house in Steamboat Springs.

rustic kitchen

Above: The kitchen was custom-fabricated by Sanctuary Kitchen & Bath Design and features a large island topped with waterfall Caesarstone quartz countertops. This material is repeated on the perimeter countertops and the backsplash. The cabinets are a mix of matte white and wire-brushed oak. The counter stools are comprised of oak, leather, and steel.

rustic kitchen

rustic kitchen with a sitting area

Above: A pair of curved leather chairs sit atop a brindle cowhide rug beneath a sunlit window.

rustic dining room

Above: The white oak dining table is centered under a multi-globe chandelier with black and brass hardware. Blonde wood wishbone chairs with black cord seats surround the table, grounded by a multi-toned area rug.

rustic kitchen

modern rustic living room with a fireplace

Above: In the living room, a pair of Crate & Barrel sofas are custom upholstered in a cozy woven fabric. On the wall, acrylic on canvas paintings are by artist Sarah Kinn. Suspended over this room is a vintage antler chandelier.

rustic living room

rustic living room

rustic living room

rustic deck with am outdoor kitchen and dining area

Above: The back deck that faces the mountains is accessed by large folding glass doors off the great room and hosts a built-in outdoor kitchen and grill, a fire pit with seating, and a dining area.

rustic deck at dusk

Above: Folding glass doors open from the great room onto an extensive deck.

rustic deck with a fire pit

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Above: The owner’s bedroom features a king-sized walnut bed along with built-in bedside tables. a colorful abstract in blues and oranges by Sarah Kinn is centered over the bed while two slatted stools sit at the foot. Two black and walnut pendant lights serve as bedside sconces and a rattan chandelier hangs above the bed.

rustic bedroom with a chaise lounge

Above: A circular boucle swivel chair and black stained ash and steel side table are situated under the windows. Custom-fabricated built-in bookshelves and drawers provide additional storage.

rustic bathroom with a floating vanity, glass shower and freestanding tub

Above: The primary bathroom is designed with a large double sink vanity and a glassed-off “wet area” with a sculptural stand-alone tub and shower. the graphic, geometric floor tile plays off the warm oak vanity.

rustic home office

Above: The office also functions as an extra bedroom with the saddle leather sleeper sofa. Slim Aarons vintage photography hangs above the gray upholstered and bent walnut lounger. A patterned rug adds color and dimension to the room.

rustic bedroom

Above: The guest bedroom is backed by caramel-colored leather pillows. two tree stump tables work as nightstands with clean, simple muuto leaf lamps. the black pendant light is lined with a forest impression, in keeping with the home’s natural setting.

rustic hallway

Above: The hallway leads to two bunk rooms. The end of the hall features a tall, vertical window framing idyllic views of fields, trees, and mountains.

rustic kids with bunk beds

Above: This home has two bunk rooms, both of which sleep up to six guests. They are custom fabricated with twin beds on top and queens on the bottom.

rustic powder room

Above: The bunk bathrooms feature large-scale charcoal floor tiles and walls with white subway tile. The grayed oak vanity is topped with a cement quartz countertop.

rustic family room

Above: The family room is situated on the main level and was created as a space for gathering comfortably and relaxing. Custom shelves flank the bar area. Wire-brushed oak cabinets are paired with gray cement quartz countertops.

rustic family room with a bar and pool table

Above: The modern walnut and black felt pool table is set under a linear copper lighting fixture. A live edge drink rail is installed along the back wall accompanied by woven leather bar stools. a series of bison portraits by Colorado photographer, Aaron Colussi, is hung above.

rustic family room with a wine tasting table

Above: A marble-topped cafe table is positioned in a sunlit corner boasting views of the meadows and mountains.

The live edge bench is built-in for easy boot and shoe removal.

Above: The mudroom features two walls of tall storage cabinets to house winter and sporting equipment.

modern mountain home exterior

Above:  The patio is accessed via the entry level and boasts a hot tub that can accommodate up to eight guests, additionally you will find Adirondack chairs to enjoy the mountain vistas — all sheltered by the upper deck.

modern mountain home exterior at dusk

PHOTOGRAPHER Kimberly Gavin Photography

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Josh
1 month ago

Everything about this architecture engenders a sense of low-budget vertigo.

DLF
1 month ago

Love the layout and bunk rooms. Not a fan of dust keepers on walls. Also I think the beautiful house and views would stand out more if there were less tchotchkes all over..just my opinion though…