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Summer Lovin'—Spaces to Soak Up the Sun




Summer may be just around the corner, but if you're eager to go for a dip or wear shorts at an early-evening barbecue, the warmer months couldn't get here fast enough.

So to help you dream of soaking up the summer sun, we've found some of our favorite mountain homes that blur the line between indoor and outdoor living.


Photo: Marie-Dominique Verdier
See more at: The Lure of the Lake: A Deluxe Tent Encampment

 


Photo:
Matthew Millman
Architecture: Carney Logan Burke Architects
Landscape Architecture: Hershberger Design
See more at: A Light and Bright Home in Wilson, Wyoming

 


Photo: Gibeon Photography
Architecture: Vertical Arts Architecture
See more at: A Blurred Line Between Indoor and Outdoor Living

 


Photo:
Audrey Hall
Architecture: Carney Logan Burke Architects
Contractor: Dembergh Construction
See more at: A Family Retreat That Weathers the West

 


Photo:
James Manard
Architecture: Baker Design Group
Construction: 
Ridge Runner Construction
See more at: Island Style in a High-Country Home

 


Photo:
Gibeon Photography
Architecture: Stillwater Architecture and Invision Architecture
See more at: A Modern Nest in the Forest of Whitefish, Montana

 


Photo: Gibeon Photography
Architecture: Mindful Designs, Inc.
Landscape: 
May Lawncare, Whitefish, M.T.
See more at: Mountain Mediterranean

 


Photo: Sotheby's Realty
See more at: Colorado Summer Dream Home

 


Photo:
Vance Fox
Architecture: JLS Design
Construction: Loverde Builders
See more at: Spectacular Views Built on the Crags of Lake Tahoe

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