And with so many shows , you'll be sure to find something that gives you a boost of residential creativity. The cozy lounge space nestled around a brick fireplace? There's an upper deck and lower patio, as well as plenty of room for entertaining. This house is full of them—from the equestrian-inspired chandelier to the wood and iron bunk beds. Using the same stone around both the grill and fireplace help unite the two space and add visual continuity to the overall design. The dining room ceiling The reclaimed wood ceiling brings home the Montana cabin vibe. Study in Contrast The relaxed lounge area is the perfect spot to play games or unwind with a good book.
For the other members of the family there are two bedrooms to choose from—a bright red retreat complete with a color-coordinated library, and a cute western-themed bunk room with mismatching chairs and a whole collection of cowboy hats. Open Concept Lounge Dividing the deck into unique areas creates a natural flow throughout the outdoor rooms and maximizes different ways to enjoy the large outdoor space. Color Contrast The inside of the closet was painted a rich rust color that adds warmth and offers contrast for the surrounding deep slate gray mudroom walls. Packed with custom touches and local craftsmanship, the three-bedroom, three-and-a-half bath retreat boasts a great room with floor-to-ceiling accordion windows that open to an expansive outdoor living area. Upstairs are two bedrooms and a convertible bunk room, as well as a lodge room, which is perfect for après ski. Some rooms in this house have a beautiful balance, while others feel a bit overwhelming.
Modern Living This stunning view from the kitchen to the dining room and the lounge area of the great room shows the consistent color scheme and coordinated look for these main indoor living spaces of this lodge-style retreat. Just having the dream home built in Montana was exciting enough. The approximately 3,650-square-foot house is situated on the edge of Glacier National Park with breathtaking views of the Rocky Mountains and Whitefish Lake in Montana's renowned Flathead Valley. This first-time mom wants to have a home birth, but is she ready? The master bedroom features a private patio with a Scandinavian-style cedar hot tub, which opens out to the deck. And here's so you can plan your next dream house.
But , sliding easily from coordinated to chaotic. Perched on the edge of Glacier National Park with views of the Rocky Mountains and Whitefish Lake in the valley below, the three-bedroom, 3. This room could be filled with piles of smoldering garbage and we'd still long to lounge in it. Once it starts, people can enter up to twice a day. These ten episodes are bound to offer you a little inspiration when it comes to zhuzhing up your own home, or just daydreaming about the incredible vacation home you might have one day.
On the other side of the great room is the totally private master suite, with its own bathroom with a wet room, a double vanity and a huge master closet. We appreciate the intent, but would like to see it scaled back a notch. Workhorse Spaces The laundry room and mudroom and are two workhorse spaces that reflect the perfect balance of function and style seen in this lodge-style retreat in Whitefish, Montana. With the influx of Scandinavian design, we've been seeing fake antlers and mooseheads above fireplaces for some time now. We'd love to see a few more splashes of color here, perhaps a fun backsplash or a painted island.
The outdoor breakfast bar A retractable window from the kitchen opens to create a pass-through and outdoor bar. Sophisticated Stonework A built-in stone bench adds custom beauty and bridges the design and stonework of the patio with the all-weather deck and modern metal railings. An expansive deck and patio off the back of the home create a perfect outdoor getaway to enjoy big sky country. Who among us would turn down a free house—no less one that has breathtaking views, was designed and decorated by the best in the biz, and is worth millions? In the main living space, glass stack doors take advantage of the stunning mountain views. The car is a 2019 Honda Pilot Elite. Let's be clear: We don't dislike this look, but it feels bland and sterile—especially compared with the rest of the home.
To learn more about the giveaway, visit. Breathtaking views of the surrounding valley and Whitefish lake are visible from the property. Welcome Home Mixed modern stonework on the walls and columns around the front entry add texture and connect the home's exterior with the stone tilework outside the front door. Textile taxidermy The locally made faux moosehead is meant to be a conversation starter. White matching tables and trim pop against the dark navy walls for a classic style that feels timeless and accessible. .
Sublime Stones The outdoor dining area centers on the built-in grill with custom stonework. Those magnificent views The floor-to-ceiling windows make it feel like you're living in the treetops. This couple is searching for a vacation house in Vermont, though they have very different ideas in mind. Wide Open The open floor plan of this lodge-inspired bonus room leaves plenty of space to gather a crowd or just enjoy a relaxing evening after a day skiing. The property seamlessly fuses its rustic vibe with industrial decor, like the steel metal fireplace. Coordinated Look The deep shade of coffee brown used for the garage ceiling and walls was also used for the home's pantry inside, to help give the overall property with an autumnal color scheme a cohesive and coordinated look.