Home of the Year Highlights: High-Impact Texture

Could your mountain home be our next Home of the Year? The deadline for 2013 Home of the Year entries is fast approaching—entries must be mailed by July 15!—so start snapping photos of your mountain home, fill out that entry form, and enter today! But first, get inspired by this great design moment from one of our previous winners:

photo by Gibeon Photography

Location: Big Sky, Montana

Winning Detail: Instead of adopting the typical tricks that define high-country design, the design team for the 2011 Home of the Year played up a palette of natural materials that just beg to be touched. The birch trees lining this hallway were adhered to the plywood wall—which was covered in a light coat of plaster—with hidden screws. The team at Highline Partners sourced more than 100 trees with a three-inch diameter—”not as easy as you might think,” says project contractor Todd Thesing.

See more here: www.mountainliving.com/article/2011-home-year

Categories: Architecture & Interiors