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2015 Home of the Year

A newly built family vacation residence in Ketchum, Idaho, deftly blends past and present with stylistic influences.

Could You Live in a Tiny Home?

The tiny home movement is rapidly growing. Is it right for you?

A Barn Fixer-Upper in Ketchum, Idaho

See how designer Jennifer Hoey Smith turned a dilapidated outbuilding into a home with a fresh, modern-barn aesthetic.

A Cohesive Home Built From a Pair of Old Cabins

Two Telluride architects blend life and work in an eco-friendly home.

A Luxury Tiny House Community

A 'tiny house' company partners with a resort to make sure its downsized dwellers are living large.

On the Top Bunk

Check out this stylish 500-square-foot built-in bunk room.

An 80-Year-Old Cabin Transformed

Designer Linda Perlman's historic cabin preserves the past while making a bold statement about the future of Western design.

A Home Full of Vintage Finds

How would you decorate your home if you had centuries' worth of antiques at your fingertips? Like this.

A Handcrafted and Historic Sierra Nevada Cabin

A Sierra Nevada cabin reflects its owners' heritage and passion for European architecture and artistry.

Over-the-top, $13 Million Montana Log Cabin For Sale

This California entrepreneur is selling his award-winning 11,000-square-foot log cabin in the beautiful, remote wilderness of Bitterroot Valley, Montana.

Spectacular Views Built on the Crags of Lake Tahoe

An architect conquers a particularly craggy shorefront property with an innovative design that celebrates regional materials and spectacular Lake Tahoe views.

Of Fishing, Furniture and Fate

On a swath of land in Montana, Anne and Alex Bernhardt (of furniture fame) build their dream fly-fishing retreat.
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