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8 Cozy Condos in the Mountain West

Smaller mountain-modern and rustic-chic spaces



Photo by Kimberly Gavin

Bigger isn't always better when it comes to mountain west home design. When you step inside these smaller yet sleek and stylish condos with rustic-chic touches, you won't find yourself missing that sprawling ranch retreat or mountaintop estate.

1. LOFT REVIVAL 
In this former flour mill in Bozeman, Montana, interior designer Susie Hoffmann turns 1,000 square feet into a streamlined and stylish live/work space.


LOFT REVIVAL, Photo: Audrey Hall

LOFT REVIVAL, Photo: Audrey Hall

DESIGN DETAILS: INTERIOR DESIGN Susie Hoffmann, ASID, Envi Design, Bozeman, MT, 406-585-1765, envidesign.com
(See the full story at: Loft Revival.)

 

2. 2,453-SQUARE-FOOT TOWNHOME
Interior designer Dana Hugo turns a dark, decades-old home into a bright, space-conscious retreat inspired by Midcentury Modern style.


2,453-SQUARE-FOOT TOWNHOME, Photo by Kimberly Gavin

2,453-SQUARE-FOOT TOWNHOME, Photo by Kimberly Gavin

DESIGN DETAILS: INTERIOR DESIGN Dana Hugo, J&O Studio, Avon, CO, jandostudio.com  CONSTRUCTION Olson & Sons
(See the full story at: 2,453-Square-Foot Townhome.)

 

3. AN ASPEN CONDO GETS A FACELIFT
This dramatically revamped Aspen condo frames a spectacular contemporary art collection.


AN ASPEN CONDO GETS A FACELIFT, Photo by Gibeon Photography

AN ASPEN CONDO GETS A FACELIFT, Photo by Gibeon Photography

DESIGN DETAILS: ARCHITECTURE HPD Architecture  INTERIOR DESIGN Amy Casey of Casey St. John Interiors  CONSTRUCTION Steve Smith Construction
(See the full story here: An Aspen Condo Gets a Facelift.)

 

4. 1,555-SQUARE-FOOT CONDO
One of Vail's original condo units fast-forwards into the 21st century with renovated spaces that maximize space—and style.


1,555-SQUARE-FOOT CONDO, Photo by Kimberly Gavin

1,555-SQUARE-FOOT CONDO, Photo by Kimberly Gavin

DESIGN DETAILS: CONSTRUCTION Forrest Watson, Beck Building Company  ARCHITECTURE Mike Foster, Triumph West Development, LLC  INTERIOR DESIGN/INTERIOR ARCHITECTURE Paola Aboumrad, International Design PlusNew York, NY
(See the full story here: 1,555-Square-Foot Condo.)

 

5. HIGH STYLE
In a penthouse high above Vail Village, crisp lines, warm textiles and a refined rusticity add up to elegant mountain-modern style.


HIGH STYLE, Photo by Kimberly Gavin

HIGH STYLE, Photo by Kimberly Gavin

DESIGN DETAILS: INTERIOR ARCHITECTURE & DESIGN Melissa Greenauer, Greenauer Design Group, Vail, CO, 970-477-1783
(See the full story here: High Style.)

 

6. RE-IMAGINING A RUSTIC RETREAT
A Texas couple spruces up a dated vacation home in Telluride to create a luxe mountain getaway.


RE-IMAGINING A RUSTIC RETREAT, Photo by Thomas McConnell

RE-IMAGINING A RUSTIC RETREAT, Photo by Thomas McConnell

DESIGN DETAILS: ARCHITECTURE L. Taylor Lohr Architect  INTERIOR DESIGN KLM Interiors
(See the full story here: Re-imagining a Rustic Retreat.)

 

7. 2,500-SQUARE-FOOT DUPLEX
Interior designer Tracie Schumacher transforms a dated West Vail duplex into a rustic-modern retreat.


2,500-SQUARE-FOOT DUPLEX, Photo by Kimberly Gavin

2,500-SQUARE-FOOT DUPLEX, Photo by Kimberly Gavin

DESIGN DETAILS: INTERIOR DESIGN Tracie Schumacher, Studio 80, Eagle, CO  CONTRACTOR Todd Rainville, Redcliff, CO 
(See the full story here: 2,500-Square-Foot Duplex.)

 

8. A LOFTY VISION
Subtle architectural updates and a harmonious palette of finishes and furnishings make a small Aspen condo feel as expansive as its surroundings.


A LOFTY VISION, Photo by James Ray Spahn

A LOFTY VISION, Photo by James Ray Spahn

‚ÄčDESIGN DETAILS: ARCHITECTURE George R. Winne, GRW Architecture in Carbondale, CO, and Delray Beach, FL  BUILDER Steve Smith, Steve Smith Construction, Aspen, CO
(See the full story here: A Lofty Vision.)

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