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Mountain Home Makeover

Products from RH Ski House take luxury mountain living to a new level



The Kendari Dining Collection. Photos courtesy of RH, Restoration Hardware

Picture this: cozy sheepskin furnishings, grand antler chandeliers, reclaimed rustic oak tables, Italian cocoa leather chairs, hand-chiseled wood coffee tables. Those are the things of mountain home dreams. Enter a new high country design collection from RH (formerly Restoration Hardware). 


Yeti Sheepskin Bed

RH Ski House is a highly curated concept reflecting the brand’s distinctive point of view on mountain living. From Aspen to Sun Valley, Tahoe to Taos, Courchevel to Cortina, the source book is defined by a rustic yet highly refined aesthetic with modern and contemporary influences.


Yeti Sheepskin Armchair

In a tribute to 1970’s postmodern design, the Yeti Sofa collection by Timothy Oulton (London) introduces bold silhouettes wrapped in sumptuous, long-haired New Zealand sheepskin for ultimate comfort and relaxed lounging. The prized fibers also create lush upholstery for the Yeti Sheepskin Bed, Adele Sheepskin Dining Chair and Stool and Oviedo Sheepskin Chaise, to name a few.


Cassel Leather Chair

Also debuting from Oulton, the Kendari collection pays homage to the bold forms and dramatic textures of 1970s brutalism, designed with overscaled suar wood pieces and marked by hand-chiseled furrows. 


Davos Oak Round Dining Table

Defined by sleek profiles and a striking juxtaposition of crisp angles and rounded corners, Davos by Nicholas and Harrison Condos (Sydney) is hewn from thick planks of solid oak with rich coloring that accentuates unique grain patterns.

Other collections in RH Ski House feature distressed Italian leathers traced with plush New Zealand shearling, reclaimed rustic oak and iron coffee, console and side tables where unfinished, rough-hewn slabs appear to float on streamlined metal bases.


Natural Antler Chandelier

Rustic-inspired lighting products include dramatic chandeliers and sconces, where translucent and faceted slabs showcase the mineral’s natural beauty and Natural Antler, an homage to the majestic wildlife of the American West.

Explore the RH Ski House sourcebook here

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