This incredible mountain home was designed by the architect as a welcoming retreat Kirk Michels along with Urban studio at the Yellowstone Club, a private resort west of Big Sky, Montana. Designed for a Florida couple, the interior design of this classic lodge-style home is influenced by the owner’s varied backgrounds.
Inside you’ll find stacked stone, rustic beamed ceilings and cracked walls. The owners wanted a log cabin with a modern feel – the furnishings and decor were reminiscent of the woman’s Peruvian heritage and the man’s Scottish roots.
Above: Accenting the entrance to this mountain retreat is a chair crafted from a vintage grain bin. The entrance door is custom-made.
Above: As you enter this home you are greeted by a cozy fireplace with a painting above the mantel by Native American artist Ben Pease. A vintage Turkish rug adds structure to the foot. The Mongolian sheepskin chair was sourced from Baxter.
Above: On the wall hangs a large-format photographic print of a stampeding bison by David Yarrow Photography. A pair of Italian leather sofas from Baxter beautifully complement a coffee table from Taracea Furniture. The chairs were sourced from Verellen Furniture. The flooring for this room is a textured rug from The Rug Company.
Above: The kitchen features a quartzite-topped island, while the surrounding countertops are Caesarstone. The pendant lights hanging above the island are from Apparatus Studio. On the island, the bar stools were sourced from Verellen Furniture.
What we love: This Montana mountain home beautifully combines rustic elements with elegant and sophisticated details, creating a warm and inviting living environment. We love how the designer has combined custom and vintage pieces with some family treasures to create a beloved home retreat. Colorful artwork evokes the region’s western flair, while designer lighting and furnishings add a touch of luxury to this rustic property.
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Above: In the dining room, the chairs are from Studio Piet Boon, while the table is from the Belgian company Semper. A Murano glass chandelier hangs above the table. The painting on the wall is by Native American artist Kevin Red Star.
To create a balance between rustic and contemporary styles, the design team added contrasting finishes to select interiors. This also includes plaster on the ceiling in the dining room and master bedroom to balance out the rougher wooden elements.
Above: The seating area offers comfortable seating in the winter garden, sourced from Verellen Furniture.
Above: The owner’s pajamas feature layers of luxurious textures and fabrics. The Baxter bed is made of leather, while the chaise longue is individually upholstered in soft alpaca. Accent side table with alabaster lamps upholstered by Croft House. Kenneth Peloke’s beautiful horse painting hangs on the wall. This space is grounded by a silk carpet. The chandelier is by Jason Miller for Roll & Hill.
Above: In the dressing room, the exquisite crystal chandelier is a family heirloom.
Above: In this inviting guest room, guests can enjoy a comfortable night’s sleep in the Verellen bed with integrated nightstands.
Above: The entrance to the bedroom has a cozy lounge area with a Mooi ceiling light.
Above: In the bedroom, the white oak bunks were individually designed by interior designer Urbaine Atelier. The ceiling light comes from the Italian designer Foscarini.
Above: In the lounge, the ceiling has a herringbone wood inlay that defines the pool table below.
PHOTOGRAPHER Audrey Hall Photography