Last week I was walking the Pacific Crest Trail in the San Bernardino mountains in California. It was just a day before the wildfires blazed across Ventura County and parts of Los Angeles. While hiking I mentioned to my friend that I didn’t think I could live in a mountain top home. I like my footing on level ground; I guess I’m a flatlander. The view from a home on the mountain is amazing though. Much like the view from inside today’s mountain top home tour.
One of my favorite designers, Phoebe Howard, is responsible for the beauty of this home’s interior spaces.
Muted browns and traditional décor create a warm and inviting home. A pretty home that doesn’t feel too formal.
Classic pendant lighting adorns the traditional kitchen with a textured stone back splash, a copper sink, and an ample kitchen island. This past Friday I was in a home with an amazing kitchen complete with copper sink. If we ever get around to re-doing our kitchen … I want a copper sink!
A wooden chandelier creates a rustic vibe in the beamed dining room with French doors and plenty of natural sunlight. I always love a house with lots of windows and this mountain top home in Raleigh doesn’t disappoint.
Ohhh, that staircase! I have a thing for staircases and this one has captured my heart. The gallery walls are simple yet charming and the rustic pendant light tops it all off! So beautiful with its enchanting little windows.
A gallery plate wall greets you as you ascend the stairs.
Pale green and white cozy up an under-the-eaves bedroom.
Matelassé coverlets provide cozy comfort on the upholstered bed with its tufted headboard. A simple wallpaper pattern adds cottage charm.
Twin beds flank an alcove – the perfect spot for a desk or vanity.
Step out the French doors to the expansive deck with its amazing countryside views.
You can see more of this gorgeous mountain top home over at Houzz.
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