You’re going to be amazed when you see this Wyoming mountain home by JLF & Associates that was featured as “home of the year” in Mountain Living magazine a few years ago. The cover photo pretty much says it all – amazing views, plenty of windows to capture those views, and lots of natural elements like stone walls and wood ceilings. (This post contains affiliate links.)
I love this cozy spot in the massive home. A stone fireplace provides a warm gathering spot with views of the evergreens and mountains outside. A small table can be used for snacks or board games.
Even though the room is large and the vaulted ceiling creates a sense of spaciousness, it doesn’t feel like a massive room. It feels comfortable and warm thanks to all the textures.
The kitchen is streamlined and super functional, with warm wood floors underfoot and a wood-planked ceiling above. Large windows give you something to look at while you wait for a pot of water to boil.
Step a little further back and you can see those views are all around. I love all that glass! Neutral decor lets the texture and details take center stage.
Yes, even the bathroom enjoys amazing views of the Grand Tetons of Wyoming.
Fireplaces are plentiful in this Wyoming mountain home, creating intimate spots for gathering in the winter. In the summer, you’re afforded wonderful views of nature.
Log and stone walls in the master bedroom make you feel snug as a bug when settling in for the night. Note how the pattern of the rug mimics all the windows in the house.
The Wyoming mountain home is just as impressive outside as it is inside.
Even at night, this home truly shines!
On a side note, this architect has a book that features hundreds of pages of their amazing work. It’s called “The Work of Art” and is currently sitting on my desk.