Decorating Secrets

Sweet Seat

One of our favorite things about our 2014 Home of the Year in Jackson, Wyoming, is its winning combination of contemporary leanings with raw, rustic materials. Case in point: interior designer Rain Houser's placement of the New York Chair by Alchemy Collections…

One Wood Slab, Three Ways

One of our favorite things about our 2014 Home of the Year is interior designer Rain Houser's masterful—and playful— attention to details inspired by classic high-country style. "Because we used minimal color, we chose elements with significant textural interest," she…

Best Seat in the House

When it comes to decorating a room with major mountain views, sometimes the best tactic is to simply get out of the way. Case in point: This Big Sky, Montana, great room, which boasts some pretty spectacular views of Pioneer…

Design 101: Decorating with White 

White rooms are a natural choice for high-country homes. They're crisp, clean and provide a neutral canvas to showcase a variety of styles (and mountain vistas).Brands & Kribbs Architectural PhotographyTo keep the focus on the artwork—and the spectacular mountainside views—the…

Wood on the Walls

One of our favorite things about mountain homes? More often than not, they showcase natural materials that just beg to be touched, like walls covered with beautiful wood. While the material may be a standby, the applications are endless. Here…

Get the Look: Modern Farmstead

 Interior designer Tracie Schumacher, principal of Studio80 Interior Architecture and Design in Eagle, Colorado, helped create this Avon, Colorado, home’s “industrial barn” vibe (think soaring spaces, exposed forms and raw finishes). Here, she gives us her no-fail formula for creating a…