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Rustic-chic Furnishings from Montana’s Hottest Design Duo

Audrey Hall

Urbaine Home, a new lifestyle boutique in Bozeman, Montana, features home furnishings and accessories curated by owners Rain Houser and Skye Anderson. "It's a collection," Anderson says. "It's Bohemian and eclectic, European and sophisticated, yet rustic too."

The duo, interior designers for Pearson Design Group, created the boutique to help support their design clients and expose the community to their signature style. "It's a creative outlet for us," Anderson says. "A place to collect and display pieces we love."

Here, Houser and Anderson share five of their favorite furnishings and accessories that are on the showroom floor now.

“This chair was designed by Laura Kirar for McGuire Furniture, and it features handwoven leather fringe. It's a nod to Western style, but a little eccentric, too, and it makes any room just light up.” 

“We sourced this coffee table’s live-edge slab of wood, then threw on some beautiful, really thick Lucite legs.”

“Utah artist Owen Morrison sources these bison skulls from Montana, then paints the skull or horns gold, silver or copper, for a modern take on Western style. One is striking, but they're really powerful in groupings.” See an example in our 2014 Home of the Year.

“This Chesterfield sofa is one of the vintage pieces we brought in from Europe. You can just imagine the cigars that were smoked on it. You can see every scratch mark and every sit that's ever happened in it, but it's all the more beautiful because of it.”

“We ran across these cloaks by New York City-based designer Lindsey Thornburg a couple of years ago, and we just absolutely fell in love with them. Each season she offers a new collection featuring the latest Pendleton patterns. They're so heavy and you just feel kind of enveloped in them. They're incredible.”

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