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Ancestral Aesthetic

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

(Re)Made in Montana

A young homeowner re-creates a small 19th-century cabin by getting creative with local, reclaimed materials

450-Square-Foot Cottage

An old Colorado-cottage-turned-guesthouse plays multiple roles—and offers inspiration in every nook and cranny

1,600-Square-Foot Farmhouse

A design team turns a dilapidated old farmhouse into a comfortable family retreat with style to spare

700-Square-Foot Cabin

An unconventional house on a central Idaho ranch provides big comfort in a small footprint

A Barn Reborn

BEFORE: An old and uninspired barn; AFTER: A rustic-chic family retreat

Small & Soulful

BEFORE: Cramped and unwelcoming; AFTER: Open, relaxed and personalized

Green Is... Pared Down

The challenge: Design a residence that lives large and treads lightly on the land—in 1,000 square feet or less

Green Is... Adaptable

The challenge: Combine the style of an architect-designed home with the sustainability and economy of a prefabricated structure

Green Is... Made Locally

The challenge: Design a prefabricated house that really works in a high-country climate—and showcases Montana’s unique craftspeople and materials

Cabin Reincarnate

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

American Pastoral

The site of a former asphalt plant is reclaimed with native plantings, flowing water and restored buildings
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