3 Master Suites With Mountain Views
These Jackson Hole bedrooms are filled with awe-inspiring scenes of the Grand Teton Mountain Range
What is it about the mountains that speaks to us so powerfully? Perhaps it is their magnitude, along with the knowledge that they formed so slowly over time—a reminder that every step in our journey matters if we persist. Or maybe it is the comparison of size that reminds us that we’re part of something so much bigger than ourselves.
Whether or not we can put a finger on it, the peaks of the American Rocky Mountain West are truly breathtaking. It’s no wonder homes in areas like Colorado, Wyoming, and Montana are designed to speak in a profound way to the mountain lifestyle, as well as the pioneer-like character of the individuals who live in them.
These three master bedrooms in and around Jackson, Wyoming, are filled with awe-inspiring scenes of the Grand Teton Mountain Range—giving new meaning to “a mountain home of our dreams.”
In the master suite of this Jackson ranch, a peaceful ambiance is set as the mountains reflect off the water. The bedroom is enclosed in floor-to-ceiling views of its gorgeous surroundings, and appears as if it’s floating on the water. A neutral color palette emphasizes Mother Nature’s paintbrush beyond, and a transom window invites even more natural light and blue skies into the space.
This modern home sits in the foothills, enabling the master suite to feel even more like a private mountain oasis. The owners can recline while drinking in views of the heavily forested landscape as well as peekaboo vantage points of the summits beyond.
In this rustic-chic retreat, reclaimed wood frames incredible views of the Rockies. A pond doubles as a focal point as well as a reflection of the mountain backdrop, and a stone fireplace ensures these owners stay cozy as the sun sets.
Larry Berlin is the founder and principal architect of Berlin Architects, a Jackson, Wyoming-based architecture firm. View their profile or Contact Larry at 307-733-5697.
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