New York designer collaborated with Montana architects Larry Pearson and Greg Matthews on the design of a ski house in Montana’s private Yellowstone Club.
Browse on for a closer look inside this slope-side chalet where rusticity meets luxury.
Steel-framed windows lend a modern edge to the wood-paneled living room, which overlooks the Rocky Mountains. The custom sofas are in a fabric, the custom settee is covered in a fabric, and the custom swivel chairs and 1930s English wing chair are in fabrics from . The walnut cocktail table is custom, and the 1950s Austrian floor lamps are from . A custom hooked rug by the has a pattern based on a topographical map of the home’s site.
In the entry, the vintage table is Finnish, the circa-1970s bronze stool has a seat in a leather, the textured-steel chandelier is by , the rug is from , and the flooring is antique stone.
The blackened-steel mantel in the master bedroom is framed by a wall clad in Japanese clay tiles from . The custom stool has a seat in an shearling, and the fireplace tools are from .
A 1930s wingback chair in the living room is covered in a check. The circa-1820s table is English, the floor lamp is by , the sconce is by , and the curtains are of a fabric.
The library’s bench has a cushion in a Leather shearling and pillows in a fabric. The circa-1970s sconces are Italian, and the white-oak flooring is from .
The study’s chair is from , and the vintage Gordon Martz lamp is from .
A steel-framed door leads into the après-ski room. The custom rug is by .
In the master bedroom, the custom headboard and bed are upholstered in a fabric and dressed in linens, the vintage side tables are Danish, the 1950s Norwegian bench has a seat in a , the circa-1960s lamps are by , and the curtains are of a linen.
The powder room’s sink fittings, mirror, and wall light are by , the custom sink is of stone, and the walls are clad in reclaimed whitewashed wood.
The children’s bunk room has custom beds in reclaimed whitewashed wood topped with blankets from . The table is from , the pendant is by , the curtains are of a fabric, and the carpet is from .
This story was originally published in the November 2017 issue of Siweb.