Homes of the Year Throughout the Years
A roundup of Mountain Living's top award-winning homes over the last decade
Photo by Audrey Hall | 2016 Home of the Year: A Contemporary Homestead
Every year, Mountain Living receives dozens of projects submitted for our Home of the Year contest. After months of deliberation, our Editorial Team reviews each submittal and chooses one home, and the design team behind the project, as the winners.
Throughout the last decade, our Home of the Year winners have ranged from a modern cabin and a rustic dwelling to a contemporary, grand legacy home in Aspen. Each home has a distinct look but all are influenced by Western style to complement its mountain location.
Here's a roundup of our Homes of the Year from 2010-2018.
Emily Minton Redfield & Kimberly Gavin
Rustic Luxury and Mountain-Modern in Vail
Kyle Webb and Cindy Rinfret team up to create a fresh take on high-country design in the mountains of Vail, Colorado.
A Ranch-Inspired Western Home In Montana
A Montana home delivers a design that mixes up rustic and modern elements in a welcoming, beautiful space.
David O. Marlow
A design team pools its talents to create a luxurious contemporary residence that honors its site.
Magic on the Mountain
Designed to welcome three generations of family, a Montana retreat offers a few surprises amid its dramatic architecture and whimsical interiors.
A modern take on the traditional high-country dwelling.
Heidi A. Long
The Legacy House
A newly built family vacation residence in Ketchum, Idaho, deftly blends past and present with stylistic influences.
A Contemporary Homestead
Weathered logs and stone join with sleek Midcentury Modern furnishings in this Wyoming abode.
David O. Marlow
An Aspen Grand Legacy
A mountain marvel provides plenty of space for friends and family—while keeping future generations in mind.
A home once caught up in recession is completed as a bespoke gem.
Stay tuned for our 2019 Home of the Year reveal this fall.