Our All-Time-Favorite Rustic Spaces
Our editorial team dug through our archives to find their all-time-favorite rustic spaces
This year, instead of telling you why we love rustic mountain homes, I thought we’d show you. So I asked my partners on Mountain Living’s editorial team to dig through our archives and find their all-time-favorite rustic spaces. Here’s what they chose (and my pick too), and why we think they’re so special.
This rustic bathroom (above) reminds me of the Adirondacks, which I think might be the most romantic place in the world. I love the room’s cozy proportions, the small scale of the logs and, most of all, the ornamental willow saplings that help define each space. —Christine Deorio, Editor in Chief
See more of the house here: True West
Photo: Audrey Hall
"I’m really drawn to this rustic cabin in the Idaho wilderness. It sits in a river valley and is surrounded by mountains. It’s secluded, simple and so peaceful—all the elements of my dream getaway.”—Loneta Showell, Art Director
See more of the house here: 700-Square-Foot Cabin
Photo: Audrey Hall
"Nothing is more inviting to me than a cozy reading nook by a fire. This great room’s moss-rock fireplace, antique bookshelves and built-in daybed—topped with faux-fur throws and Native American textiles—make me look forward to the winter months.” —Vanessa De La Rosa, Digital Editor
See more of the house here: Culture Crush
Photo: Gibeon Photography
"I love the contrasts in this room: The clean neutral palette makes the bold prints, rustic textures and timeless antiques pop. Add vaulted ceilings, a stunning view of the mountains and an abundance of natural light, and I’m sold.” —Michelle Johnson, Associate Editor
See more of the house here: A Home Full of Vintage Finds
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