Local Style Guide

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Wanting to refresh your rooms this year? We’ve combed the West—and consulted the region’s top design pros—to bring you this list of the companies and craftspeople who make the perfect cowhide rug, carved-wood door, reading chair, hammered-bronze sink, and all those special touches that make a mountain house your home.

 

Tile (clockwise from top, left) 1. Stone & Pewter Accents: This eye-catching array of art tile takes design cues from sculpture, textiles, paintings, furniture and basketry. stonepewteraccents.com 2. Boyce & Bean: Ethereal, handcrafted glass and metal tile inspired by water, sun, sky and sand. boyceandbean.com 3. Pratt & Larson: Select a style (there are 14 lines to choose from) and glaze (gloss, matte, watercolor or Craftsman) for a custom look. prattandlarson.com 4. Sonoma Tilemakers: No matter the material—ceramic, metal, glass, mosaic or stone—this purveyor’s style is oh-so-elegant. sonomatilemakers.com 5. Arizona Tile: Browse rare tile and stone, from porcelain and glass to onyx, marble and granite. arizonatile.com 6. Decorative Materials: This candy jar of a showroom offers surfaces that run the gamut from Colorado marble to rich leather tiles. decorativematerials.com

 

 

 

Furniture (clockwise from top, left) 1. Berry Creek Home: Purveyors of elegant essentials for your mountain home, all with a fresh take on rustic style. berrycreekhome.com 2. Woodland Furniture: High-quality traditional and transitional furnishings, created by an interior designer—for interior designers. woodlandfurniture.com 3. Norseman Designs West: The twists of a branch, the curve of an antler and the soft hand of leather inspire woodworker John Gallis’ rustic Western creations. norsemandesignswest.com 4. Boykin Pearce Associates: Custom made for you, these heirloom-quality creations showcase spectacular hardwoods and striking inlays. boykinpearce.com 5. Winsand Design: Artist Wayne Winsand transforms wood slabs and reclaimed specimens into functional sculptures. winsanddesign.com

 

 

Pillows (clockwise from top, left) 1. Stone Textile Studio: Pretty little poufs that take their cues from architectural details, antique jewelry and the latest fashions. stonetextilestudio.com 2. Scenic Mesa: Super-soft buffalo leather, plus a bit of bootstitching and bling, add a Western touch to this collection of accent pillows. scenicmesa.com 3. Wooded River: With details like speckled hides, leather fringe, and shiny conchos and studs, these good-looking pillows have plenty of cowboy style. woodedriver.com 4. Barclay Butera: Design star Barclay Butera applies his signature comfy-glam style to accessories inspired by rustic mountain lodges. barclaybutera.com 5. Pendleton: Known for its legendary woolen blankets, this Oregon company makes standout accent pillows, too—in some fresh new styles that might surprise you. pendleton-usa.com

 

Seating (from left) 1. Marc Taggart & Co.: The Molesworth tradition lives on with these replicas, handcrafted from gorgeous natural materials. marctaggart.com 2. Dekoven Furniture: The natural imperfections of wood and the subtle marks left by hand tools give each piece personality. dekovenfurniture.com 3. Brandner Design: Raw, reclaimed materials mix with Industrial Age aesthetics in these structural yet organic furnishings. brandnerdesign.com 4. Tim Groth Furniture: Refined Western furniture with rich character—handmade from fallen wood, leather and sheepskin. timgrothfurniture.com

 

 

 

Hardware (clockwise from top, left) 1. Hardware Renaissance: A treasure trove of hand-forged-iron and solid-cast-bronze designs, in artistic styles that range from Spanish Colonial to Mountain Modern. hardwarerenaissance.com 2. Sun Valley Bronze: A wide array of timeless pieces, all made of solid bronze and hand-finished in one of eight patinas. sunvalleybronze.com 3. Rocky Mountain Hardware: Hand-cast solid bronze in a rainbow of textures, colors and unique architectural designs. rockymountainhardware.com 4. Hawk Hill Hardware: This company’s Spanish roots shine through in its sturdy pewter handles, knobs and pulls, available in seven finishes. hawkhillhardware.com 5. Martin Pierce Hardware: A top shop for outside-the-box designs, from rabbits and frogs to grapevines and willow branches. martinpierce.com

 

 

 

Wallpaper (clockwise from top, left) 1. Makelike: A small but satisfying selection of hand-screen-printed papers in happy-go-lucky prints. shop.makelike.com 2. Hartmann & Forbes: Woven papers inspired by American landscapes and culture, in abaca, sisal and jute. hfshades.com 3. Black Crow Studios: Custom murals and room-size watercolors elevate wallpaper to art. blackcrowstudios.com 4. Madisonandgrow: Here’s something different: botanical motifs with a bold geometric spin. madisonandgrow.com 5. Astek Inc.: Out-of-the-ordinary options, from cork to glass beads to faux wood grain. astekwallcovering.com 6. Juju Papers: Folk-artsy patterns hand-printed on sustainably harvested paper have very good juju indeed. jujupapers.com

 

 

 

Lighting (clockwise from top, left) 1. Gilmore Metal: Custom, contemporary iron fixtures made with traditional hand-forged joinery. gilmoremetal.com­ 2. Tuell & Reynolds: A small-town studio that handcrafts metal lamps and chandeliers with big-city style. tuellreynolds.com 3. Rejuvenation: Faithful reproductions of period fixtures, reinvented to function beautifully in modern homes. rejuvenation.com 4. Fry Modern: A curated collection of quirky works of functional art—all with mountain-modern style. frymodern.com 5. Wild West Designs: Wyoming native Peter Fillerup’s spirited creations convey his love for the rough-and-tumble West. wildwestdesigns.com 6. 46 Dragon Forge, LTD.: Wrought-iron works, custom-designed and hand-forged by Colorado blacksmiths. dragonforgeltd.com

 

 

Sinks (clockwise from top, left) 1. Novatto: This South Dakota manufacturer turns out bowls in colorful glass, patinated copper and stone. novattoinc.com 2. Native Trails: A bumper crop of recycled-copper sinks, all handcrafted and available in several finishes. nativetrails.net 3. Linkasink: Gorgeous sinks that range from basic to bejeweled (with Swarovski crystals, of course). linkasink.com 4. Premier Copper Products: Unique recycled copper sinks for every room that needs one, from bath to bar. premiercopperproducts.com 5. Stone Forest: Sculptural designs coaxed from copper, bronze, iron, stone and wood. stoneforest.com 6. Vitraform: Polished or frosted glass sinks in a rainbow of colors are as durable as they are beautiful. vitraform.com

 

 

 

 

 

Rugs (clockwise from top, left) 1. Rug & Relic: A gorgeous array of vintage rugs and unique new kilims woven by hand using hand-spun and vegetally dyed or undyed wools. rugandrelic.com 2. Kyle Bunting: Gorgeous, modern hair-on-hide rugs, in a rainbow of colors and patterns. kylebunting.com 3. The Rugman of Santa Fe: Kilim, Gabbeh, Oriental and Navajo designs, all under one roof. therugmanofsantafe.com 4. è bella: A fresh, bold and colorful take on Peru’s traditional handwoven alpaca textiles. ebelladesigns.com 5. Allure: Fun, funky, colorful patterns, custom-designed and manufactured in Denver. allurerug.com 6. Zoë Luyendijk Studio: An artistic collection informed by nature, fine art and mythology. zoeluyendijk.com

 

 

Doors (from left) 1. Architectural Traditions: Authentic doors inspired by regional architectural styles, from Tuscan to Craftsman. architecturaltraditions.com 2. Craftsmen in Wood: Browse handmade wood doors in a range of styles and species, from rustic mesquite to sleek sapele. ciwood.com 3. Doorways to the West: Intricately carved, custom hardwood entry doors by Colorado artisan Tom Larkin. mycarveddoor.com 4. La Puerta Originals: Antique materials salvaged from around the world are fashioned into one-of-a-kind doors. lapuertaoriginals.com

 

 

 

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