25 of the Coziest Bedrooms in Mountain Living
From richly textured havens to simple yet calming spaces, we've rounded up 25 swoon-worthy bedrooms featured in Mountain Living over the years
There’s no need to check into a hotel to stay in the perfect bedroom. From richly textured havens to simple yet calming spaces, we’ve rounded up 25 swoon-worthy bedrooms featured in Mountain Living over the years.
Peruse these rooms for all of your bedroom design inspiration. Take a cue from the cozy retreats pictured here and all you’ll need to do is go home!
This Montana vacation home blends classic and contemporary style. In the master bedroom, a light-reflecting chandelier illuminates a vintage rug and vintage tub chair. The nature-inspired colors and simple design make this one cozy bedroom. See more at Classic Meets Contemporary in Big Sky.
A classic 1980s-era Aspen home with heavy logs gets re-envisioned into a light-filled contemporary abode. The dramatic master bedroom features an elevated fire-place surrounded by backlit smoky quartz. The Castle light fixture is from Roll and Hill. See more at A Red Mountain Remodel.
At Montana’s Yellowstone Club, a young San Francisco family built an idyllic getaway that includes an homage to animals. Neutral colors set the tone, but softness defines this bedroom with a bamboo silk rug, Baxter leather chair from Urbaine Home and a Kyle Bunting hide headboard. See more at A Mountain House With a Veterinarian Twist.
This Steamboat Springs vintage A-Frame home is reimagined as a light-filled retreat. Cabinetry tucked under the sloping walls takes advantage of the A-frame’s inherent attributes. Wool plaid fabric makes for a cozy headboard. See more at A Vintage A-Frame, Reimagined.
A Breckenridge residence revolves around a 12th-century French architecture-inspired spiral staircase. Because there are so many windows, the master bedroom could take deeper, richer colors says interior designer Andrea Schumacher. See more at A Contemporary Castle With a Twist.
Animal appreciation was the theme in a home built for a veterinarian, her investment banker husband and their three young children at Yellowstone Club in Big Sky, Montana. Lining the bottom bunk headboards is shearling, adding an element of luxury and warmth. See more at Bunk Room Style.
This Yellowstone Club vacation retreat connects family to its past and to nature. The master bedroom has light plastered walls, a departure from the hewn wood elsewhere in the home, accented by windows with views of the Montana landscape. A painting by Theodore Waddell, “Iris Creek Angus,” hangs over the bed, which has custom linens from E. Braun. See more at Taking the Long View.
This home built on a historic cattle ranch was designed to take in geologic views as well as daily ranch life. Every bedroom captures an amazing view, framed by grand windows. A reclaimed wood feature wall and exposed steel beams give this guest bedroom an industrial feel, and different textures—velvet, wool and faux sheepskin—add an organic touch. See more at A Home Built on a Historic Cattle Ranch.
This stone-and-timber abode marries rusticity with Western comfort. Interiors, designed by Priscilla Palhava of Studio West in concert with the owners, feature clean lines, rustic materials and bursts of color. See more at A Working Cattle Ranch Guesthouse.
This Martis Camp home sports a Scandinavian vibe for an active family with four boys. Doors on either side of the fireplace swing open to a private terrace off the master bedroom. Playful elements include a rope-and-metal chandelier and hanging-basket chair. See more at Inside-Out Harmony.
This Wyoming home takes its cues from the homeowners’ heritage. A Cisco Brothers bed and Visual Comfort lamps combine with a WRJ Design mount and vintage Midwestern trunk. See more at A Teton Home With Heritage.
This home is the epitome of a marriage of styles. The master bedroom features a quiet yet dramatic color palette, high ceilings and big windows. The headboard wall is patch-work cowhide. Leather-covered chairs face a small master balcony with hot tub and endless views. See more at “True Grit Western” Meets “City Girl Refined” in this Colorado Log Home Update.
A talented design team and a savvy Venezuelan couple join forces to revive a home in Telluride’s historic district. A blue velvet B&B Italia bed resting on a milk Suri alpaca rug from ABC Carpet & Home defines the master suite. See more at A Historic Telluride Victorian is Reinvented.
Known for their mountain retail brand, the Gorsuch family shares their holiday traditions in this story featuring their Vail home. The master bedroom is decorated in a warm and congenial mix of restful blue and white and includes walls upholstered in oversized gingham. See more at Vail Family Christmas.
A Florida family escapes the sweltering summer heat at their new abode on a century-old Colorado dude ranch. An ultra-thick sheepskin rug from Overland Sheepskin and soft bedding from Pierre Frey create an enveloping, romantic feeling in the master suite. See more at Endless Summer.
Our 2019 Home of the Year is a European style reimagined for the American West. In the top-floor master bedroom, a massive four-poster bed with linen swags for texture; a longhaired shearling rug for warmth. See more at 2019 Home of the Year: Alpine Chalet Chic.
An Ohio couple assembles a top-notch team to bring their vision of a mountain home near the ski runs in Jackson to fruition. A tweed wallcovering by Phillip Jeffries contrasts with stone walls in the master bedroom. See more at A Rustic Chalet-Like Mountain Retreat in Jackson.
A destination for friends and family in Wyoming, this home was designed to take advantage of its picturesque location. Matching streamlined chairs offer a cozy spot to enjoy the steel fireplace in the master suite. See more at A Destination for Friends and Family at the Base of the Grand Tetons.
A Colorado ranch is designed to live lightly on the land in a remote mountain valley. Despite its rustic appearance, the cabin’s interior is elegant and comfortable, harkening to a previous time with wide-plank floors and iron-and-wood furniture. See more at Keeping It Wild.
Inspired by the landscape, a pair of empty nesters built their dream home in Montana. In a nod to the natural beauty of the surroundings, the designer added a succulent-and-juniper-root installation above a bed by Caracole and a pair of Jackson bedside tables by Consort Home. See more at The Rustic Farmhouse of Their Dreams.
A Montana home redefines minimalism while keeping comfort and warmth. The cozy Pendleton blanket-decorated bunkroom is divided from the kids-only rec room by big barn doors. See more at A Cozy, Minimalist Home in Big Sky.
A Florida couple collaborates with an Atlanta-based designer and local craftsmen to revitalize a Big Sky home. A rug from Stark Carpet and an upholstered headboard fabricated by Glass House Atelier are two of the many textures in the master suite. See more at A Chalet-Like House Gets a Refresh.
This monumental design ensures dramatic mountain views from every angle. Walnut paneling warms the master bedroom’s austere palette. A metal screen behind the bed separates the sleeping area from the closet. See more at A Nearly Transparent Home in Utah.
A bold interplay of natural materials defines this simple, hand-built home. A reproduction of Vermeer’s “The Milkmaid” hangs in the master bedroom, providing an unexpected touch. See more at A Modern Scandi-Style Home in Utah.
This Montana getaway house was built for a large blended family and their playful lifestyle. “I wanted it to be a sanctuary,” the homeowner says of the master bedroom. A set of oversized Jean De Merry Sao chairs and a Kelly Wearstler table cozy up to the fireplace. The antique mirror is from Architect’s Wife. See more at A Big Sky Home for a Modern-Day Brady Bunch.