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Home of the Year

On behalf of the Mountain Living team, we congratulate you on being awarded the 2021 Home of the Year. The 2021 Home of the Year, published in the November/December 2021 issue, will soon be arriving in subscribers’ mailboxes. You are…

Design, Technology & Lighting Online Summit

Attend the Design, Technology & Lighting Online Summit on May 5-7 to earn continuing education credits from industry leaders. Presented by SAV Digital Environments. Brought to you in part by Mountain Living, the National Kitchen and Bath Association, Ferguson, Earth Elements, and each…

Rustic Big Sky Beauty

A strategic splash of water can add a refreshing spritz of character to a mountain home, producing a cool, reflective oasis in a high-altitude setting.In this Big Sky, Montana project, architect Candace Tillotson-Miller designed the home, built from stone, hewn…

Home Tour: Lakeside Tent Camp

When you’re roughing it in the outdoors there’s no reason you have to compromise on style, as you can see in this wonderful summer dwelling on the banks of Idaho’s Lake Pend Oreille.

Inspired by equal parts childhood fantasy—“I always wanted…

Glamour in the Garden

It may only be February, but we're already dreaming about digging in the dirt this spring. Adding fuel to that fire is this glamo-rustic hose and mount by Swedish company Garden Glory. The Reindeer Wallmount (295 EUR) comes in three colors,…

A Vail Chalet Built the Modular Way

Balz and Christina Arrigoni, owners of Vail-based luxury flooring company Arrigoni Woods, wanted a true family home where they could all spend time together. Architect Doug DeChant (of Douglas Miller DeChant Architects/Shepherd Resources) helped them build a spacious and innovative three-story…

A Classic Log Cabin

Last weekend we had the honor of judging the Summit County Parade of Homes, an annual home tour hosted by the Summit County Builders Association. Half the fun was driving around beautiful Summit County, Colorado, as the leaves turned from…

Design Advice: Shopping for Treasure with an Antiques Pro

Photo by Gibeon PhotographyHouston-based antiques dealer and interior designer Liz Spradling is an expert at blending old and new to create unique living spaces that resonate with ageless beauty. She shares some of her best antiques-shopping tips here:Don’t be shy When…

Dreamy Reading Nooks

See more of this cozy Montana retreat here. Photo by Audrey Hall.What's summer without a good book and a cozy place to curl up and daydream? The pages of Mountain Living offer plenty of ideas for transforming a corner of…

Choose Your Favorite: Living Room

Our August "Art & Antiques" issue is brimming with inviting living spaces decorated with fine art, handcrafted furnishings and antiques that span centuries — and the globe. Which one of these sitting rooms would you like to spend a lazy…

A Classic Mountain Cabin in Tahoe

Paul and Becky Bolt had an unusual source of inspiration for the alpine retreat they built on a two-acre site near Lake Tahoe. The couple envisioned a historically accurate cabin that would incorporate the style and traditions of Paul’s Prussian, Scandinavian and…

House of the Moment: In Town in Telluride

 Nestled in the historic heart of scenic Telluride, this stylish residential compound makes a welcoming mountain base camp for all sorts of high-country activities.  Built in 2003, the main home and guesthouse offer six bedrooms and five and a half…

Home of the Year Highlights: Natural Glamour

Photo by David O. MarlowLocation: Aspen, ColoradoWinning details: For the glamorous 2012 Home of the Year, architect Charles Cunniffe and interior designers Andrew Sheinman and Francis Nicdao created a mix of modern and "mountain" by combining clean lines with spare…