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Mountain-Modern Homes Designed with Natural Materials

Gorgeous dwellings that feature stone, wood, and metal accents



Using natural materials in a mountain home is a great way to blend modern design with rustic comfort.

Natural features like stone detail on a home’s exterior help the structure blend seamlessly with its mountain surroundings. In the interior of a home, natural stone surfaces and the use of metals, like zinc, can create a visual connection to the local mountain terrain, while wooden details create a sense of warmth. The end result is a home with a clean and modern focus, perfect for entertaining or relaxing with family.

Kyle Webb is the principal architect at KH Webb Architects PC, a Vail, Colorado-based design and architecture firm. View their profile or reach Kyle at 970-477-2990.

Content for this article provided by KH Webb Architects.

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