A family effort yields a stylish mountain retreat
At the Ketchum, Idaho, home of Mary Lynn and Rusty Turner, custom-made steel bookcases line the walls of the dining area in the great room; the wood-and-iron chandelier and oak dining table are by ; the chairs are slipcovered in herringbone linen, and the rug by is made of vintage kilim panels.
The house is situated along the Big Wood River, one of the many picturesque waterways in the region.
In the great room, a pair of sofas flanks a custom-made sofa by that is slipcovered in a Rogers & Goffigon linen; the stone-and-iron cocktail table is by Lucca & Co., the side table is from , and the curtains are of a wool; the overhead beams are reclaimed white oak, and the oak floorboards were treated to appear aged.
Mary Lynn Turner with her daughters Marie (center) and Emily.
The island and vent hood in the kitchen are custom made by ; the range is by Viking, the refrigerator is by , and the barstools are by .
The game room's billiard table, bookcases, and sectional sofa are all by ; the leather-upholstered ottoman is by , and the 1950s iron chair is covered in a Loro Piana fabric; the sconces are from , and the sisal is by .
A covered porch, paved in gray sandstone tiles, features a driftwood chandelier from , a table with a wood trestle base by , and rattan dining chairs; seating areas crafted of the same limestone as the fireplace hold cushions and pillows covered in fabrics. The porch serves as an open-air dining pavilion with views of the Sawtooth Mountains.
In a guest room, an canopy bed is dressed with linens, and the antique suzani is from ; the linen shades and curtains are by .
The fir-paneled walls in the bunk room are painted in Pointing, and the ladders and bunk beds are custom made; the pillows are covered in Rogers & Goffigon fabrics, and the curtains are of a linen by .
A tub by in the master bath has fittings by ; the chandelier is by , and the Swedish bench is from . The rug by is made of vintage kilims, and the floor is paved in limestone.
This article was featured in the December 2010/January 2011 issue.