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Peak Perfection: Embracing Serenity in Our Mountain Retreat

Nestled in the Beartooth Mountains, the simplistic elegance of this home is a great representation of mountain, modern design. The view is the superstar with the design, cabinetry and décor rounding out the noteworthy lineup. It effectively establishes the connection between the design and its natural surroundings, evoking a sense of tranquility and appreciation for the beautiful mountain environment.

The vaulted ceilings and wall of windows in the kitchen/living room make the room feel spacious while capturing and embracing the expansive views of Big Sky Country. The tones throughout the home are earthy with pops of color which blend into the exterior landscape; even the turquoise accent chairs seem to fade into the blue mountains and blue river backdrop they sit against.

The cabinetry is an earthy brown stain on a hickory wood with craftsman style shaker doors. The black cabinet pulls add a touch of rustic elegance. The fridge is a panel ready fridge; keeping this completely hidden feels like tip of the hat to kitchens of the wild west days. The charcoal soapstone quartz countertops feel as if they were a stone that was available from the mountainside and adds a sense of contrast much like the contrast of sweet springs to relentless winters. The inclusion of floating shelves and a custom white hood contributes to the light and open feel of the kitchen. The shelves provide a practical yet visually appealing storage solution, while the custom hood seamlessly integrates with the white walls, creating a cohesive and airy aesthetic. The European elk mount mounted in the center of the peak adds a unique focal point and emphasizes the height of the ceiling, further immersing the space in the essence of Big Sky Country.

“It seems to me Montana is a great splash of grandeur. The scale is huge but not overpowering. The land is rich with grass and color, and the mountains are the kind I would create if mountains were ever put on my agenda. “ — John Steinbeck, Travels with Charley

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