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rustic style is in our dna. Because to live in the mountains means that we enjoy a daily relationship with the earthy materials of rustic design— craggy stones and towering trees surround us and give us a strong visual sense of the West. So it’s no wonder that mountain architectural traditions rely so heavily on rough-hewn timbers, stone foundations and chimneys, and simple and

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Above: This covered porch was designed with relaxed, open-air meals in mind. Left: Reclaimed 19th-century cabin logs were restored and restacked to create walls with character.

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in all of their infinite sizes, shapes and shades are trending now, as skilled designers succeed in making very old materials look fresh and modern. These durable, natural and intricate slabs become gorgeous basins or table tops, blending a precious remnant of history into the home. Agate Side Table, custom designed by Brenda Houston for Holly Hunt, one-of-a-kind, price upon request. hollyhunt.com o

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THE GLOW OF THE CRACKLING FIRE ON A COOL MONTANA NIGHT CASTS dancing shadows on the rough-hewn beams overhead as you relax into the bear hug of a deep leather armchair and contemplate the frosty copper Moscow-Mule-filled mug in your hand. Tomorrow you will ride a horse across a mountain meadow, and maybe even catch a fish in a clear blue stream. No, you’re not dreaming. You’ve just checked in to The Ranch at Rock Creek. And your big city worries are simply not welcome here. It’s no accident that The Ranch at Rock Creek, with its wildly beautiful Northwestern Montana location and quintessentially rustic-Americana architecture and décor, feels like a vision of Western perfection. This remote and luxurious destination is the culmination of its owner’s childhood fantasy—to one day have his very own ranch. So, after building a career in hedge funds and investment banking, Jim Manley headed West, to take on the serious challenge of finding just the right place to build his dream ranch. And here it is in all its glory: The Ranch at Rock Creek is a loving ode to the Old West. It may offer every high-end amenity (even garnering the prestigious imprimatur of Relais & Chateaux), but this rustic, all-inclusive guest ranch has a familiar nostalgia with a sweet touch of sentimentality that makes even grown-up guests feel like happy kids again.

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TOP: The ranch lures anglers with 4 miles of water frontage. RIGHT: Elegant twists on Western design motifs pop up in every room. FAR RIGHT: Wild surroundings don’t mean that luxury is sacrificed. FACING PAGE: Exploring the John Long Mountains on horseback.

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Ranch Activities HORSEBACK RIDING Blaze a trail or ride in the arena on one of the ranch’s herd of 70-plus horses. Beginners are welcome, and all levels of instruction are offered. If you’re one of those folks who like a little “wild” with your West, lessons in barrel racing and pole bending are available for experienced riders. Weekly Tuesday morning rodeos take place on the ranch during the summer season, featuring real local cowboys and cowgirls showing their stuff. Wagon, carriage and sleigh rides are available too.

SHOOTING The on-site Rod & Gun Club will outfit you for the firing range, where skilled ranch staff oversee a target shooting program that aims to please beginners as well as experienced shotgunners. The sporting clays program teaches both fundamental skills and safety. Paintball is a more playful option, and the ranch supplies protective clothing and gear before sending you off onto the ranch’s extensive wooded slopes and sagebrush flats. FISHING Rock Creek is home to seven species of fish, including rainbow, brown and cutthroat trout, and claims one of Montana’s highest fish counts. The ranch will set you up with rods, reels, waders and flies, and then their licensed and trained fishing guides will show you where the fish are biting. Five spring-fed trout ponds are also stocked by the ranch, so your chances of catching (and releasing, which is compulsory) are good. The salmonfly hatch lasts from May into July, and a special Spring Fly Fishing Package is available.

ATVs to hot air balloons and helicopters, The Ranch at Rock Creek offers an exciting array of vehicles to lift your spirits and let you explore. Sightseeing excursions are tailored to your interests, and expert guides organize custom heli-adventures to wilderness waterways, national parks and beyond, for once-in-a-lifetime thrills. Overnight backcountry camping excursions and multi-day heli-fishing expeditions are also possible. Additional charges apply.

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PHOTOS COURTESY THE RANCH AT ROCK CREEK

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with cozy rustic camp-style furnishings and gas fireplaces, private baths, screen porches and decks. FACING PAGE, FROM TOP: Picnics on mountaintops are absolutely encouraged at The Ranch at Rock Creek. Executive Chef Josh Drage takes advantage of abundant organic and locally sourced ingredients to create decadent culinary delights.

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BIG SKY BEAUTY RIGHT: Trapper Cabin is quiet and private, overlooking Rock Creek. BELOW: The ranch’s 6,600 acres welcome hikers. BOTTOM: Casual food is served in a fresh-air setting at the Blue Canteen. FACING PAGE: Newly-built but artfully weathered, the Granite Lodge is the rambling, rustic heart of the ranch.

IF YOU GO The Ranch at Rock Creek is located in a remote area near Philipsburg, Montana. Missoula International Airport (MSO) is about a 90-minute drive, and airport transfers are available for an additional fee. Once guests arrive, they can park their cars and their wallets. Each guest is given a bicycle to ride around the dirt roads of the ranch, and most activities within the complex can also easily be reached on foot. PRICE POINT A selection of beautifully designed lodge rooms, private log homes, luxury canvas cabins and a restored barn are available. Fully inclusive rates start at $850/night and cover three daily meals (including picnic lunches), most activities, entertainment (including bowling in the Silver Dollar Saloon) and snacks, beverages, beer, wine and cocktails. CONTACT theranchatrockcreek.com

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TOP MOUNTAIN

ARCHITECTS & INTERIOR DESIGNERS The editors of Mountain Living are pleased to present the 2014 edition of Top Mountain Architects & Interior Designers, your exclusive guide to the most talented and influential architects, design/build professionals and interior designers at work in the West today.

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This year’s list is illustrated with a few of our favorite high-country spaces featured in the pages of Mountain Living over the past year. See more of each home online at mountainliving.com.

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Abramson Teiger Architects 310-838-8998, abramsonteiger.com 8924 Lindblade Street Culver City, CA 90232

Allen-Guerra Design-Build 970-453-7002, allen-guerra.com 1915 Airport Road, Suite 105 Breckenridge, CO 80424

ALM Architects 970-328-9690, almarchitects.com P.O. Box 5211 Vail, CO 81658

Aidlin Darling Design 415-974-5603, aidlindarlingdesign.com 500 Third Street, Suite 410 San Francisco, CA 94107

Allen + Philp Architects/Interiors 480-990-2800, allenphilp.com 7154 E. Stetson Drive, Fourth Floor Scottsdale, AZ 85251

Anderson Architecture 208-726-6054, andersonarc.com 371 N. Main Street, Suite 202 Ketchum, ID 83333

AJA Studio 970-376-2575, aja-studio.com P.O. Box 4326 Edwards, CO 81632

Allied Works Architecture 503-227-1737, alliedworks.com 1532 S.W. Morrison Street Portland, OR 97205

Apparatus Architecture 415-703-0904, apparatus.com 357 Grove Street San Francisco, CA 94102


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TOP MOUNTAIN ARCHITECTS Archi-Scape 505-670-2375, archi-scape.com 320 Aztec Street, Suite A200 Santa Fe, NM 87501

Berlin Architects 307-733-5697, berlinarchitects.com 275 Veronica Lane Jackson, WY 83001

Architect Susan Desko 208-726-0155, susandesko.com P.O. Box 6496 Ketchum, ID 83340

BHH Partners Planners/Architects 970-453-6880, bhhpartners.com 160 E. Adams Street Breckenridge, CO 80424

Architectural Workshop 303-788-1717, archshop.com 280 S. Pennsylvania Street Denver, CO 80209

Bitnar Architects 406-587-1983, bitnararchitects.com 40 E. Main Street, Suite 220 Bozeman, MT 59715

Architecture W 503-239-5848, arcw.com 240 N. Broadway, Suite 208 Portland, OR 97227

Blueline Architects 303-893-0346, bluelinearchitects.com 1444 Market Street Denver, CO 80202

Axial Arts Architecture 970-276-7295, axialarts.com 198 E. Lincoln Avenue Hayden, CO 81639

Bohlin Cywinski Jackson 206-256-0862, bcj.com 1932 First Avenue, Suite 916 Seattle, WA 98101

B3 Architects 805-966-1547, b3architects.com 1222 State Street, Suite 250 Santa Barbara, CA 93101

Boniface + Associates 505-983-5266, boniface.com 1012 Marquez Place, Suite 301A Santa Fe, NM 87505

Backen Gillam Kroeger Architects 415-289-3860, bgarch.com 2352 Marinship Way Sausalito, CA 94965

Bosworth Hoedemaker 206-545-8434, bosworthhoedemaker.com 6113 13th Avenue South Seattle, WA 98108

Balance Associates, Architects 206-322-7737, balanceassociates.com 80 Vine Street, Suite 201 Seattle, WA 98121

BraytonHughes Design Studios 415-291-8100, bhdstudios.com 639 Howard Street San Francisco, CA 94105

BAMO, Inc. 415-979-9880, bamo.com 1000 Brannan Street, Suite 300 San Francisco, CA 94103

Brewster McLeod Architects 970-544-0130, brewstermcleod.com 112 South Mill Street, Top Floor Aspen, CO 81611

Barnes Gromatzky Kosarek Architects 512-476-7133, bgkarchitects.com 1508 W. Fifth Street, Suite 200 Austin, TX 78703

Bridgwater Consulting Group 435-333-4580, bridgwaterconsulting.com 6443 N. Business Park Loop Road, Suite 10 Park City, UT 84098

Barrett Studio Architects 303-449-1141, barrettstudio.com 1944 20th Street Boulder, CO 80302

Burdge & Associates Architects 208-495-3228, buaia.com 21 Comet Lane, Unit E Hailey, ID 83333

Arapahoe Architects 970-453-8474, arapahoearchitects.com 322 N. Main Street, Suite C Breckenridge, CO 80424

Barton Phelps & Associates, Architects & Planners 323-934-8615, bpala.com 5514 Wilshire Blvd., 10th Floor Los Angeles, CA 90036

Arch11 303-546-6868, arch11.com 3100 Carbon Place, Suite 100 Boulder, CO 80301

Bercovitz Design Architects 970-728-4555, bercovitzdesign.com 119 W. Colorado Avenue, Suite A Telluride, CO 81435

Candelaria Design Associates 602-604-2001, candelariadesign.com 4450 N. 12th Street, Suite 278 Phoenix, AZ 85014

Archaeo Architects 505-820-7200, archaeoarchitects.com 1519 Upper Canyon Road, Studio A Santa Fe, NM 87501

Berglund Architects 970-926-4301, berglundarchitects.com 210 Edwards Village Blvd., Suite A103 Edwards, CO 81632

Carney Logan Burke Architects 307-733-4000, clbarchitects.com 215 S. King Street Jackson, WY 83001

Candace Lindell Design 707-935-0861 1235 Henry Road Napa, CA 94559

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CCY Architects 970-927-4925, ccyarchitects.com 228 Midland Avenue Basalt, CO 81621 Centre Sky Architecture 303-840-0020, centresky.com 11 Lone Peak Drive, RJS Tower, Unit 206 Big Sky, MT 59716 Charles Cunniffe Architects 970-925-5590, cunniffe.com 610 E. Hyman Avenue Aspen, CO 81611 Cheng Design 510-849-3272, chengdesign.com 2808 San Pablo Avenue Berkeley, CA 94702 Chris Pardo Design: Elemental Architecture 206-329-1654, elementalarchitecture.com 1520 11th Avenue Seattle, WA 98122 Christopher Herr Architects 303-247-0405, christopherherr.com 1445 Pearl Street, Suite 208 Boulder, CO 80302 Comma-Q Architecture 406-585-1112, commaq.com 109 N. Rouse Avenue, Suite 1 Bozeman, MT 59715

Vag INC. Architects & Planners Vail, CO Brian Judge, principal of VAg Architects & Planners, took inspiration from the glorious mountain surroundings to design a window-rich home that celebrates light, glass and connectivity to nature. November/ December 2013

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Craig Melvin Architects 970-728-5251, craigmelvinarchitects.com 200 1/2 S. Oak Street P.O. Box 3574 Telluride, CO 81435

David Johnston Architects 970-925-3444, djarchitects.com 119 S. Spring Street, Suite 203 Aspen, CO 81611 DGBK Architects 604-682-1664, dgbk.com 1500 W. Georgia Street, Suite 950 Vancouver, British Columbia V6G 2Z6 Dubbe Moulder Architects 307-733-9551, dubbe-moulder.com 1160 Alpine Lane, Suite 2A Jackson, WY 83002 E Cummings Architect 970-728-8177, ecummingsarchitect.com 123 Spruce Street Telluride, CO 81435 Earl Anderson Architects 720-529-8828, earlanderson.com 99 Inverness Drive East, Suite 250B Englewood, CO 80112 Eggers Architecture 970-724-3411, eggersarchitecture.com P.O. Box 798 Kremmling, CO 80459 Ellis Nunn & Associates 307-733-1779, ellisnunnarchitects.com 70 N. Center Street Jackson, WY 83002 Eric Hedlund Design 208-755-7910, eh-design.net P.O. Box 3741 Coeur d’Alene, ID 83816 Ewing Architects 626-584-0860, ewingarchitects.com 723 E. California Blvd. Pasadena, CA 91106

Folwell Studios Architecture 720-334-1168, folwellstudios.com 7080 Indian Peaks Trail Boulder, CO 80301 Galambos Architects 970-429-1286, galambosarchitects.net Building 314 AABC, Suite D Aspen, CO 81611 Gen Architects 503-243-7183, genarch.com 11001 S.W. Riverside Drive Portland, OR 97219 Gettliffe Architecture 303-449-9155, gettliffe.com 3014 Bluff Street, Unit 101 Boulder, CO 80301 Gies Architects 970-328-9280, giesarchitects.com 404 Broadway, Unit C Eagle, CO 81631 Gerald Ross, Architects 970-728-0656, telluridearchitect.com 114 Aldasoro Road Telluride, CO 81435 Graybeal Architects 970-704-1188, graybealarchitects.com 0188 Sunset Lane Carbondale, CO 81623 Green Line Architects 970-963-6689, greenlinearchitects.com 65 N. Fourth Street, Suite 5 Carbondale, CO 81623 Hagman Architects 970-927-3822, hagmanarchitects.com 104 Midland Avenue, Suite 201 Basalt, CO 81621

Curtis & Windham Architects 713-942-7251, curtisandwindham.com 3815 Montrose Blvd., Suite 100 Houston, TX 77006

Fänas Architecture 303-444-5380, fanasarchitecture.com 1773 Hawthorne Place Boulder, CO 80304

Harry Teague Architects 970-927-4862, harryteaguearchitects.com 129 Emma Road, Suite A Basalt, CO 81621

Cutler Anderson Architects 206-842-4710, cutler-anderson.com 135 Parfitt Way S.W. Bainbridge Island, WA 98110

Faulkner Architects 530-582-7400, faulknerarchitects.com 12242 Business Park Drive, Suite 18 Truckee, CA 96161

Hart Howerton 415-439-2200, harthowerton.com 311 Main Street, P.O. Box 483 Park City, UT 84060

Dale Cox Architects 530-550-9144, dalecoxarchitects.com 10064 Donner Pass Road Truckee, CA 96160

Faure Halvorsen Architects 406-587-1204, faurehalvorsen.com 1425 W. Main Street, Suite A Bozeman, MT 59715

Hawtin Jorgensen Architects 307-733-4364, hawtinjorgensen.com 265 E. Kelly Avenue Jackson, WY 83001

Dan Joseph Architects 800-800-3935, djawest.com P.O. Box 161911 Big Sky, MT 59716

Feather & Gill Architects 505-471-2195, featherandgill.com 418 Cerrillos Road, Suite 24 Santa Fe, NM 87501

Hendricks Architecture 208-265-4001, hendricksarchitect.com 418 Pine Street Sandpoint, ID 83864

David A. Beal & Associates 303-443-9613, dabassoc.com 1526 Spruce Street, Suite 201 Boulder, CO 80302

Finholm Architects 970-925-5713, finholmarchitects.com P.O. Box 5546 Snowmass Village, CO 81615

High Plains Architects 406-896-0250, highplainsarchitects.com 2720 Minnesota Avenue Billings, MT 59103


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Miller Architects Hoyt/CTA Architects Engineers 307-733-9955, ctagroup.com 1110 Maple Way Jackson, WY 83001

James Hardy Architect 970-728-1278, jharchitect.com 100 W. Colorado Avenue, Suite 209 Telluride, CO 81435

JLS Design 530-587-5232, tahoearchitect.com 10374 Donner Pass Road Truckee, CA 96162

Ibarra Rosano Design Architects 520-795-5477, ibarrarosano.com 2849 E. Sylvia Street Tucson, AZ 85716

Jeffrey Berkus Architects 970-925-7017, jeffreyberkusarchitects.com 430 W. Main Street Aspen, CO 81611

John Malick & Associates 510-595-8042, jmalick.com 1195 Park Avenue, Suite 102 Emeryville, CA 94608

Jaffa Group 435-615-6873, jaffagroup.com 1960 Sidewinder Drive, Suite 101 Park City, UT 84060

JLF Architects 406-587-8888, jlfarchitects.com 140 E. Main Street, Suite A Bozeman, MT 59715

John T. Midyette III & Associates 505-983-2639, johntmidyettearchitect.com 1125 Canyon Road Santa Fe, NM 87501

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top mountain architects Krannitz Gehl Architects 206-547-8233, krannitzgehl.com 765 N.E. Northlake Way Seattle, WA 98105 Lake | Flato 210-227-3335, lakeflato.com 311 Third Street San Antonio, TX 78205 Lea Sisson Architect 970-925-1224, leasissonarchitects.com 118 W. Main Street Aspen, CO 81611 Lipkin Warner Design & Planning 970-927-8473, lipkinwarner.com 701 E. Valley Road, Suite 201 Basalt, CO 81621 Locati Architects 406-587-1139, locatiarchitects.com 1007 E. Main Street, Suite 202 Bozeman, MT 59715 Lundell Architects + Associates, P.C. 303-270-0189, lundellarchitects.com 5650 Greenwood Plaza Blvd., Suite 139 Greenwood Village, CO 80111 Manchester Architects 970-923-4411, manchester-architects.com 16 Kearns Road, Suite 207 Snowmass Village, CO 81615 Marc LaRoche Architects 206-842-1366, mlrarchitects.com 10601 N.E. Seaborn Road Bainbridge Island, WA 98110 Mark Pynn Architect 208-622-4656, sunvalleyarchitect.com P.O. Box 754 Ketchum, ID 83340 Matthew Stais Architects 970-453-0444, staisarchitects.com 108 N. Ridge Street Breckenridge, CO 80424 Mayer Sattler-Smith 907-277-7878, mayersattler-smith.com 1104 W. Seventh Avenue Anchorage, AK 99501

Kelly & Stone Architects 970-875-0590, ksaarch.com 465 Anglers Drive Steamboat Springs, CO 80487

Kibo Group Architecture 406-542-5050, kibogroup.com 725 S.W. Higgins, Suite D Missoula, MT 59803

KGA Studio Architects 303-442-5882, kgarch.com 950 Spruce Street Louisville, CO 80027

Kilbane Architecture Inc. 480-488-1239, kilbanearchitecture.com 37417 Tom Darlington Drive Carefree, AZ 85377

McLaughlin & Associates Architects 208-726-9392, mclaughlinarchitects.com 100 S. Leadville Avenue, Third Floor Ketchum, ID 83340

K.H. Webb Architects 970-477-2990, khwebb.com 710 W. Lionshead Circle, Suite A Vail, CO 81657

Kirk Michels Architects, KMA, Inc. 406-222-8611, kirkmichelsarchitects.com 108 North D Street Livingston, MT 59047

Medicine Hat Inc. 406-763-5146, medhatinc.com P.O. Box 585 Gallatin Gateway, MT 59730

Miller Architects Livingston, MT Candace TillotsonMiller skillfully designed this pondside home to accommodate a large family’s need for ample gathering space, but she also manipulated the scale of interior ceiling heights to create intimate spaces for greater privacy. May/June 2014

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Michael Blash & Associates 208-726-1414, michaelblashandassociates.com 180 W. Seventh Street Ketchum, ID 83340 Michael Doty Associates, Architects 208-726-4228, mda-arc.com 371 Washington Avenue N. Ketchum, ID 83340 Michael Fuller Architects 970-927-6620, mfullerarchitects.com 23400 Two Rivers Road Basalt, CO 81621 Michael G. Imber Architects 210-824-7703, michaelgimber.com 111 W. El Prado Drive San Antonio, TX 78212 Michael J.K. Olsen, Architects 970-870-1584, mjkoarch.com 1169 Hilltop Parkway, Suite 205B Steamboat Springs, CO 80477 Michael P. Johnson Design Studio 480-488-2691, mpjstudio.com P.O. Box 4058 Cave Creek, AZ 85327 Miller Architects 406-222-7057, ctmarchitects.com 208 W. Park Street Livingston, MT 59047

GieS Architects Eagle, CO Russell Gies brilliantly transformed this top-floor condo, borrowing previously unused space to create an extra bedroom. One of the home’s central design features is this minimalist steel staircase flanked by a dramatic full-height bookshelf. March/april 2014

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The Miller Hull Partnership 206-682-6837, millerhull.com Polson Building, 71 Columbia, 6th Floor Seattle, WA 98104

Nicholas J. Kromydas, Architect 530-525-5831, nicholasjkromydasarchitect.com P.O. Box 355 Homewood, CA 96141

Points West Architecture & Land Group 970-949-6639, pointswestvail.com P.O. Box 1218 Vail, CO 81658

Obie G. Bowman, Architect 707-433-7833, obiebowman.com P.O. Box 1114 Healdsburg, CA 95448

Poss Architecture & Planning 970-925-4755, billposs.com 605 E. Main Street Aspen, CO 81611

Olson Kundig Architects 206-624-5670, olsonkundigarchitects.com 159 S. Jackson Street, Suite 600 Seattle, WA 98104

Reid Smith Architects 406-587-2597, reidsmitharchitects.com 212 S. Tracy Avenue Bozeman, MT 59715

One Architects 970-728-8877, onearchitects.com P.O. Box 3442 Telluride, CO 81435 Osburn/Clarke Productions 604-682-2988, osburnclarke.com 25 Alexander Street Vancouver, British Columbia V6A 1B2 Otto/Walker Architects 435-649-6373, otto-walker.com 2200 Park Avenue, Suite C201 Park City, UT 84060 OZ Architecture 303-861-5704, ozarch.com 3003 Larimer Street Denver, CO 80205 Park City Architecture 435-649-7601, parkcityarchitect.com 1685 Bonanza Drive, Suite 201B Park City, UT 84060 Pearson Design Group 406-587-1997, pearsondesigngroup.com 777 E. Main Street, Suite 203 Bozeman, MT 59715

Rick Joy Architects 520-624-1442, rickjoy.com 400 S. Rubio Avenue Tucson, AZ 85701 RKD Architects 970-926-2622, rkdarch.com 137 Main Street, Suite G004 Edwards, CO 81632 RMT Architects 970-949-0916, rmtarchitects.com 0101 Fawcett Road Avon, CO 81620 Robert G. Sinclair Architecture 970-925-4269, rgsarchitecture.com 710 E. Durant Ave. W4 Aspen, CO 81611 Rodwin Architecture 303-413-8556, rodwinarch.com 1245 Pearl Street, Suite 202 Boulder, CO 80302 Rohde Design 303-444-6498, rohdedesigninc.com 2981 Dunes Court Longmont, CO 80503

Morter Architects 970-476-5105, morterarchitects.com 2271 N. Frontage Road W. Vail, CO 81657

Phillips Architecture & Planning 406-407-0247, phillipsarchitecture.com 309 Wisconsin Avenue Whitefish, MT 59937

Rowland + Broughton Architecture, Urban Design & Interior Design 970-544-9006, rowlandbroughton.com 234 E. Hopkins Avenue Aspen, CO 81611

Mosaic Architects 303-247-1100, mosaicarchitects.com 1829 Pearl Street Boulder, CO 80302

PHX Architecture 480-477-1111, phxarch.com 7507 E. McDonald Drive, Suite B Scottsdale, AZ 85250

Ruggles Mabe Terrell Architecture 303-355-2460, dhrarchitecture.com 3200 Cherry Creek South Drive, Suite 410 Denver, CO 80209

MQ Architecture & Design 720-565-3929, mqad.com 3101 Iris Street, Suite 120 Boulder, CO 80301

Pierce Architects 970-476-6342, vailarchitects.com 1650 Fallridge Road, Suite C1 Vail, CO 81657

The Sandbox Studio 530-583-8822, thesandboxstudio.com 850 North Lake Boulevard, Suite 19 Tahoe City, CA 96145

MW Works Architecture & Design 206-352-7319, mwworks.com 159 Western Avenue W., Suite 484 Seattle, WA 98119

Pierce + Frye Architects 530-214-0899, piercefrye.com 11209 Brockway Road, Suite 301 Truckee, CA 96161

Sante Architects 970-728-6102, santearchitects.com 107 N. Fir Street Telluride, COÂ 81435

New West Land Company 310-614-6636, newwestland.com 21060 Winfield Road Topanga, CA 90290

Piper Architecture, Ltd. 970-949-7074, coreinteractive.com/piper P.O. Box 5560 Avon, CO 81620

Segerberg Mayhew Architects 970-476-4433, smarchs.com 101 Eagle Road, Building 6 Avon, CO 81620


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SHED Architecture & Design 206-320-8700, shedbuilt.com 1401 S. Jackson Street Seattle, WA 98144 Shepherd Resources Inc. Architecture 970-949-3302, sriarchitect.com 37347 U.S. Highway 6, Suite 101 Avon, CO 81620 Shepley Bulfinch, Phoenix Studio 602-430-3223, shepleybulfinch.com 1437 N. First Street, Suite 201 Phoenix, AZ 85004

Suman Architects 970-479-7502, sumanarchitects.com 141 E. Meadow Drive, Suite 211 Vail, CO 81657 Summa ARS Architects 435-655-3811, summaars.com 1200C Iron Horse Drive Park City, UT 84060 Sunlit Architecture 970-349-5311, sunlitarchitecture.com P.O. Box 970 Crested Butte, CO 81224

Sparano + Mooney Architecture 801-746-0234, sparanomooney.com 511 W. 200 South, Suite 130 Salt Lake City, UT 84101

Suyama Peterson Deguchi 206-256-0809, suyamapetersondeguchi.com 2324 Second Avenue Seattle, WA 98121 Swatt Miers Architects 510-985-9779, swattmiers.com 5845 Doyle Street, Suite 104 Emeryville, CA 94608

Stephen Dynia Architects 307-733-3766, dynia.com 1085 W. Highway 22 Jackson, WY 83001

TAB Associates 970-766-1470, tabassociates.com 0056 Edwards Village Blvd., Suite 210 Edwards, CO 81632

Steve Gates Architect 970-259-0726, stevegatesarchitect.com 145 E. College Drive, Suite 10 Durango, CO 81301

Tim Barber Ltd. Architecture & Interior Design 323-782-1000, timbarberltd.com 8455 Beverly Blvd., Suite 409 Los Angeles, CA 90048

StoneFox 212-473-7900, stonefox.us 611 Broadway, Suite 719 New York, NY 10012

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Sturgess Architecture 403-263-5700, sturgessarchitecture.com 724 11th Avenue S.W., Suite 200 Calgary, Alberta, Canada T2A 0E4

Skylab Architecture 503-525-9315, skylabdesign.com 413 S.W. 13th Avenue, Suite 200 Portland, OR 97205

Steamboat Architectural Associates 970-879-0819, steamboatarchitectural.com 345 Lincoln Avenue, Suite 200 Steamboat Springs, CO 80477

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Studio Ryker 406-220-1099, studioryker.com 3556 Bear Canyon Road Bozeman, MT 59715

VAg, Inc. Architects & Planners 970-949-7034, vagarchitects.com P.O. Box 1734 Vail, CO 81658 Van Bryan Studio Architects 406-586-4777, vbsa.net 21 W. Babcock Street Bozeman, MT 59715 Vertical Arts Architecture 970-871-0056, vertical-arts.com 690 Marketplace Plaza, Suite 1 Steamboat Springs, CO 80487 Walker Warner Architects 415-318-8900, walker-warner.com 353 Folsom Street San Francisco, CA 94105 Walton Architecture + Engineering 530-583-3690, waltonae.com 740 N. Lake Boulevard Tahoe City, CA 96145 Ward + Blake Architects 307-733-6867, wardblakearchitects.com 200 E. Broadway Jackson, WY 83001 Ward-Young Architects 530-587-3859, wyarch.com 12010 Donner Pass Road, Suite 201 Truckee, CA 96161 Wendell Burnette Architects 602-395-1091, wendellburnettearchitects.com 5102 N. Central Avenue, Suite 5 Phoenix, AZ 85012 Will Bruder Architects 602-277-5211, willbruderarchitects.com 4200 N. Central Avenue Phoenix, AZ 85012

Strout Architects 307-733-5778, stroutarchitects.com 85 W. Snow King Avenue Jackson Hole, WY 83001

TKP Architects 303-278-8840, tkparch.com 1509 Washington Avenue Golden, CO 80110 Todd Webber Architect 970-668-9402 601 Elk Circle Keystone, CO 80435

Studio B Architects 970-920-9428, studiobarchitects.net 501 Rio Grande Place, Suite 104 Aspen, CO 81611

Tom Cole Architect 970-401-3066, tomcolearchitect.com P.O. Box 1218 Vail, CO 81658

Williams Partners Architects 208-726-0020, williams-partners.com 120 Second Avenue N., Suite 102 Ketchum, ID 83340

STUDIO.BNA Architects 406-222-7488, studiobna.com 330 S. 3rd Street Livingston, MT 59047

Tommy Hein Architects 970-728-1220, tommyhein.com 108 S. Oak Street, Penthouse Telluride, CO 81435

Zehren & Associates 970-949-0257, zehren.com 48 E. Beaver Creek Blvd. Avon, CO 81620

Studio Bondy Architecture 510-836-6594, studiobondy.com 110 Linden Street Oakland, CA 94607

Trey Jordan Architecture 505-983-5624, treyjordan.com 227 E. Palace Avenue, Suite W Santa Fe, NM 87501

Zone 4 Architects 970-429-8470, zone4architects.com 432a E. Hyman Avenue Aspen, CO 81611

William C. Tripp, Architect 503-228-8212, tripparch.com 222 N.W. 11th Avenue Portland, OR 97232

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Bitterroot Group 406-581-3014, bitterrootgroup.com 567 Three Mile Creek Road Stevensville, MT 59870

Ken Pieper and Associates 303-670-0619, kenpieper.com 24969 U.S. Highway 40 Golden, CO 80401

McCrerey Fine Homes 970-668-0686, mccrereyfinehomes.com P.O. Box 1082, 619 Main Street Frisco, CO 80443

Classic Design Group 541-296-8213, classicdesigngroup.com 395 E. Knoll Drive The Dalles, OR 97058

Kogan Builders 970-259-0195, koganbuilders.com 110 W. 11th Street Durango, CO 81301

PrecisionCraft Log & Timber Homes 800-729-1320, precisioncraft.com 711 E. Broadway Avenue Meridian, ID 83642

Edgewood Log Structures 208-661-9184, edgewoodlog.com P.O. Box 1030 Coeur d’Alene, ID 83816

Landmark Traditions 303-697-5717, landmarkluxuryhomes.com 9141 Mountain Ranch Road Conifer, CO 80433

Teton Heritage Builders 307-733-8771, tetonheritagebuilders.com 160 W. Deloney Avenue Jackson, WY 83001

High Country Builders 406-863-9511, waltlandi.com 903C Wisconsin Avenue Whitefish, MT 59937

Lifdom 505-670-8897, lifdom.com P.O. Box 8241 Santa Fe, NM 87504

Trilogy Partners 970-453-2230, trilogybuilds.com 233 S. Ridge Street, Unit C Breckenridge, CO 80424

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Abby Hetherington Interiors 406-404-1330, hetheringtoninteriors.com 700 N. Wallace Avenue Bozeman, MT 59718 Agnes Bourne Studio 307-734-6553, agnesbourne.com P.O. Box 3797 Jackson, WY 83001 Andrea Schumacher Interiors 303-458-6462, andreaschumacherinteriors.com 2406 W. 32nd Avenue, Suite D Denver, CO 80211 Anne Grice Interiors 970-429-4148, annegrice.com 100 S. Spring Street, Suite 2 Aspen, CO 81611 Ashleigh Weatherill Interior Design 720-323-0749, ashleighweatherill.com 3434 Marion Street Denver, CO 80205

Caroline-Edwards 970-920-3331, carolineedwards.com 402E Aspen Airport Business Center Aspen, CO 81611 Carter Kay Interiors 404-261-8119, carterkayinteriors.com 318 Broadland Road, N.W. Atlanta, GA 30342 Carter LaRoche Interior Design 206-842-1366, mlrarchitects.com 10601 N.E. Seaborn Road Bainbridge Island, WA 98110 Casey St. John Interiors 970-376-0238, caseystjohninteriors.com P.O. Box 40 Vail, CO 81658

Ashley Campbell Interior Design 303-996-6195, ashleycampbell.com 2601 Blake Street, Suite 110 Denver, CO 80205

Catherine Bailly Dunne Interior Design 310-454-4047, catherinedunne.com 16738 Bollinger Drive Pacific Palisades, CA 90272

Aspen Leaf Interiors 775-342-3477, aspenleafinteriors.com 10075B W. River Street Truckee, CA 96161

Catherine Macfee Interior Design 530-584-5000, macfeedesign.com 10004 S.E. River Street Truckee, CA 96161

Associates III 303-534-4444, associates3.com 1516 Blake Street Denver, CO 80202

Cathers Home 970-927-6556, cathershome.com 530 Basalt Avenue Basalt, CO 81621

Barclay Butera Interiors 435-649-5540, barclaybuterainteriors.com 255 Heber Avenue Park City, UT 84060

Chapman Design 713-864-8622, chapmandesigninc.net 7026 Old Katy Road, Suite 163 Houston, TX 77024

Bardes Interiors 847-441-1115, bardesinteriors.com 735 Elm Street Winnetka, IL 60093

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Carole Sisson Designs 406-993-2666, sissondesigns.com 99 Lone Peak Drive Big Sky, MT 59716

Bitnar Architects 406-587-1983, bitnararchitects.com 40 E. Main Street, Suite 220 Bozeman, MT 59715 Carol Moore Interior Design 970-926-4188, cmid.us 137 Main Street, Suite O204 Edwards, CO 81632

Charles de Lisle 415-565-6767, charlesdelisle.com 249 Hickory Street San Francisco, CA 94102 Cheng Design 510-849-3272, chengdesign.com 2808 San Pablo Avenue Berkeley, CA 94702

Envi interior Design Studio Bozeman,MT Susie Hoffmann of Envi Interior Design Studio captured the spirit of a Japanese bathhouse in the serene simplicity of this 3,000-square-foot lakeside structure that houses a lap pool, art gallery, gym and Japanese soaking tub. July 2014

Christopher K. Coffin Design 480-945-4080, christopherkcoffin.com 3939 E. Campbell Avenue, Suite 130 Phoenix, AZ 85018

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David Michael Miller Associates 480-425-7545, davidmichaelmiller.com 7034 E. First Avenue Scottsdale, AZ 85251 Deena Perry Interiors 505-982-3722, deenaperry.com 947 Camino Santander Santa Fe, NM 87505 Denton House Design Studio 801-333-8156, dentonhouse.com 52 Exchange Place Salt Lake City, UT 84111 Design Associates 406-582-8979, dainteriors.com 962 Stoneridge Drive, Suite 1 Bozeman, MT 59718 Design One Interiors 970-453-2813, designoneinteriors.net 1655 Airport Road Breckenridge, CO 80424

Studio Frank Telluride, CO Designer Catherine Frank mixed antique French metal chairs with cozy classic sofas atop a South American folk art rug for a laid-back yet luxurious living room look. Splashes of red pop amidst the neutrals. August 2014

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Designed Interiors 307-733-8582, dwellingjh.com 80 W. Broadway, Suite 104 Jackson WY, 83001 DG&A Interior Design 214-522-6716, dgainteriors.com 2626 Cole Avenue, Suite 604 Dallas, TX 75204 Distinctive Design Interiors 970-887-3953, distinctivedesigninteriors.net 62543 Highway 40, P.O. Box 2149 Granby, CO 80446

Dwellings Interior Design 720-533-4801, dwellingsinteriordesign.com 1701 Wynkoop Street, Suite 212 Denver, CO 80202 ek.REEDY Interiors 307-739-9121, ekreedy.com 4010 N. Lake Creek Drive Wilson, WY 83014 Envi Interior Design Studio 406-585-1765, envidesign.com 30 E. Mendenhall Street Bozeman, MT 59715 Est Est Interior Design 480-563-1555, estestinc.com The Perimeter Center 17770 N. Pacesetter Way Scottsdale, AZ 85255 Evoke International Design 604-875-8667, evoke.ca 2388 Alberta Street Vancouver, British Columbia V5Y 3K7 Fern Santini Design 512-300-2303, fernsantini.com 4414 Burnet Road Austin, TX 78756 Grace Home Design 307-733-9893, gracehomedesign.com 960 Alpine Lane, Unit 1 Jackson, WY 83002 Greenauer Design Group 970-477-1783, greenauer.com 12 Vail Road, Suite 1000 Vail, CO 81657 Griffith Wood 303-333-0599, griffithwood.com 900 Monaco Parkway Denver, CO 80220

Djuna & Djuna Design Studio 303-355-3500, djuna.com 899 North Broadway Street Denver, CO 80203

Harker Design 307-733-5960, harkerdesign.com 3465 N. Pines Way, Suite 101 Wilson, WY 83014

Doug Rasar Interior Design 425-450-9911, rasarinteriors.com 9400 Vineyard Crest Bellevue, WA 98004

Harmony Interiors 970-668-0291, harmonyinteriorsllc.com 170 N. Seventh Avenue, Unit A Frisco, CO 80443

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D’Amore Interiors 303-422-8704, damoreinteriors.com 475 S. Broadway Denver, CO 80209

Douglas Durkin Design 415-255-0540, durkindesign.com 39 Arkansas Street San Francisco, CA 94107


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Harrison Browne Interior Design 970-309-5472, harrisonbrowne.com P.O. Box 1705 Denver, CO 80202

Jeffrey P. Elliott Interior Design 303-860-0109, jeffreypelliott.com 303 S. Broadway, Suite B342 Denver, CO 80209

Locati Architects & Interiors 406-587-1139, locatiarchitects.com 1007 E. Main Street, Suite 202 Bozeman, MT 59715

Jennifer Hoey Interior Design 208-726-1561, jenniferhoey.com 300 N. Main Street, Suite 202 Ketchum, ID 83340

Lyndon L. Steinmetz Design Studio 406-257-5463 404 Sixth Avenue W. Kalispell, MT 59901

JH Todd Interiors 970-920-4303, jhtodd.com 124 Daniel Drive Aspen, CO 81611

Lyon Design Group 970-926-8682, lyondesigngroup.com 275 Main Street, Suite O209 Edwards, CO 81632

High Camp Home 530-582-6866, highcamphome.com 10191 Donner Pass Road Truckee, CA 96161

John Bossard Design 704-335-0220, johnbossard.com 1300 Queens Road, Studio 410 Charlotte, NC 28207

Madeline Stuart & Associates 310-657-8200, madelinestuart.com 717 N. La Cienega Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90069

Home on the Range 970-870-6777, homeontherangeinteriors.com 1880 Loggers Lane Steamboat Springs, CO 80487

Karen White Interior Design 970-963-0690, karenwhiteid.com P.O. Box 3404 Basalt, CO 81621

Maraya Interior Design 805-646-6673, maraya.com 960 E. Ojai Avenue, Suite 106 Ojai, CA 93023

Kathy Best Design 415-646-8700, kathybestdesign.com 245 Vallejo Street San Francisco, CA 94111

Mark Ashby Design 512-524-1220, markashbydesign.com 1011 W. 11th Street Austin, TX 78703

Keira Ritter Design Company 303-485-8939, krdesignco.com 1720 15th Street Boulder, CO 80302

Martin Showroom 707-967-8787, martinshowroom.com 1350 Main Street St. Helena, CA 94574

KLM Interiors 512-458-8081, klminteriors.com 4704 Island Cove Austin, TX 78731

Mayer Sattler-Smith 907-277-7878, mayersattler-smith.com 1104 W. Seventh Avenue Anchorage, AK 99501

ID Interiors 970-925-4342, idinteriorsaspen.com 617 W. Main Street Aspen, CO 81611

Lanthia Hogg Designs 970-963-0885, lanthiahoggdesigns.com 431 Boundary Lane Carbondale, CO 81623

Mountain Comfort Furnishings and Design 970-668-3661, mountaincomfort.net 507 Summit Blvd. Frisco, CO 80443

J&O Studio 970-390-9384, jandostudio.com 250 Gore Creek Drive Vail, CO 81657

Laurie Waterhouse Interiors 307-732-0130, laurieinteriors.com 90 E. Pearl Avenue Jackson, WY 83001

MQ Architecture & Design 720-565-3929, mqad.com 3101 Iris Street, Suite 120 Boulder, CO 80301

Jamesthomas 312-738-7300, jamesthomaschicago.com 2401 W. Ohio Street Chicago, IL 60612

Lillian August Furnishings + Design 855-576-4144, lillianaugust.com 32 Knight Street Norwalk, CT 06851

Nestor Santa-Cruz Decoration 202-277-6611, nestorsanta-cruz.com 2844 Wisconsin Avenue N.W., Suite 403 Washington, D.C. 20007

Jeffers Design Group 415-921-8880, jeffersdesigngroup.com 1035 Post Street San Francisco, CA 94109

LKID/Lisa Kanning Interior Design 347-889-5354, lkid.com 390 Wythe Avenue, 7B Brooklyn, NY 11249

Orlando Diaz-Azcuy Design Associates 415-362-4500, odada.net 201 Post Street, Ninth Floor San Francisco, CA 94108

Haven Interior Design 406-522-4188, havenid.com 317 E. Mendenhall, Suite A Bozeman, MT 59715 Haynes-Roberts 212-989-1901, haynesroberts.com 601 W. 26th Street, Suite 1655 New York, NY 10001

Hunter & Company 406-862-1402, hunterinterior.com 200 Wisconsin Avenue Whitefish, MT 59937 HVL Interiors 505-983-3601, hvlinteriors.com 1012 Marquez Place, Suite 205A Santa Fe, NM 87505 HW Home 303-394-9222, hwhome.com 199 Clayton Lane Denver, CO 80206

Jeffers Design Group San Francisco, CA Designer Jay Jeffers and his team put a new spin on traditional mountain dĂŠcor, taking this contemporary Tahoe home in unexpected directions with modern and industrial touches. January/ February2014

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Paul Lavoie Interior Design Corporation 403-229-1504, paullavoiedesign.com 1524 17th Avenue S.W. Calgary, Alberta T2T 0C8

Robyn Woodhall Design 406-830-3120, robynwoodhall.com 1425 S. Higgins Avenue Missoula, MT 59801

Paula Berg Design Associates 435-655-9443, paulabergdesign.com 1816 Prospector Avenue, Suite 200 Park City, UT 84060

Rowland & Broughton Architecture, Urban Design & Interior Design 970-544-9006, rowlandbroughton.com 234 E. Hopkins Avenue Aspen, CO 81611

Peace Design 404-237-8681, peacedesign.com 128 E. Main Street, Suite 1 Bozeman, MT 59715

TAL Studio 702-888-5000, tal-studio.com 10801 W. Charleston Blvd., Suite 440 Las Vegas, NV 89135

S.B. Long Interiors 203-769-1030, sblonginteriors.com 9 Benedict Place Greenwich, CT 06830

Trauner Designs 307-733-0970, traunerdesigns.com 3490 Clubhouse Drive, Suite 103 Wilson, WY 83014

Sesshu Design Associates 480-275-2968, sesshudesign.com 7522 E. McDonald Drive, Suite H Scottsdale, AZ 85250

Tweed Interiors 970-728-8186, tweedinteriors.com 151 S. Pine Street Telluride, CO 81435

Shack Up Studio 406-522-0015, shackupdesign.com 908 N. Rouse Avenue Bozeman, MT 59715

Vallone Design 480-421-2799, vallonedesign.com 7007 E. Third Avenue Scottsdale, AZ 85251

Slifer Designs 970-926-8200, sliferdesigns.com 216 Main Street, Suite C100 Edwards, CO 81632

Varda Interiors 406-586-3883, vardainteriors.com 347 S. Ferguson Avenue Bozeman, MT 59718

Snake River Interiors 307-733-3005, snakeriverinteriors.com 164 E. Deloney Avenue Jackson, WY 83001

Weiss & Wirth Interior Design 970-945-5701, weissandwirth.com 406 S. Hyland Park Drive Glenwood Springs, CO 81601

Stēl House & Home 970-871-0056, stelhouse.com 690 Marketplace Plaza Steamboat Springs, CO 80487

Wiseman & Gale & Duncan Interiors 505-984-8544, wgdinteriors.com 150 S. Saint Francis Drive Santa Fe, NM 87501

Stephen Dynia Architects 307-733-3766, dynia.com 1085 W. Highway 22 Jackson, WY 83001

Worth Interiors 970-949-9794, worthinteriors.com 30 Benchmark Road, Suite 103 Avon, CO 81620

Rinfret, Ltd. 203-622-0000, rinfretltd.com 354 Greenwich Avenue Greenwich, CT 06830

Stone Fox 212-473-7900, stonefox.us 611 Broadway, Suite 719 New York, NY 10012

WRJ Design 307-200-4881, wrjassociates.com 30 S. King Street Jackson, WY 83001

Robyn Scott Interiors 970-927-5354, rsidesigns.com 701 East Valley Road, Suite 207 Basalt, CO 81621

S. Trowbridge & Co. 505-995-8214 1010 Marquez Place, Suite D3 Santa Fe, NM 87505

YS Squared 406-763-4233, ys2inc.com 12 Penny Lane Gallatin Gateway, MT 59730 !

Peterson Perlman Design Group 612-339-1918 119 N. Fourth Street Minneapolis, MN 55401 Petra Richards Interiors 720-201-1999, petrarichardsinteriors.com 3400 E. Bayaud Avenue Denver, CO 80209 Poss Interior Design 970-925-4755, billposs.com 605 E. Main Street Aspen, CO 81611

Vail, CO Soothing shades of blue, cream and mushroom join soft textures and abundant natural light in this serene master bedroom designed by Dana Hugo, principal of J & O Studio. July 2014

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Studio Frank 970-728-0662, studiofrank.com 495 S. Townsend Street Telluride, CO 81435

Saint Dizier Design 707-433-9900, saintd.com 118 Matheson Street Healdsburg, CA 95448

Peter Dunham Design 323-848-9900, peterdunham.com 724 N. La Cienega Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90069

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Studio 80 Interior Design 970-337-4770, studio80id.com 446 Washington Street Eagle, CO 81631

Putnam-Pritchard Interiors & Nubu Design 505-424-1010, nubudesign.com 3600 Cerrillos Road, Suite 101 Santa Fe, NM 87507 The Red Chair Design Studio 307-733-1881, redchair-design.com 1705 High School Road Jackson Hole, WY 83002 Richard Salter Interiors 604-730-9220, richardsalterinteriors.com 1039 W. Seventh Avenue Vancouver, British Columbia V6H 1B2

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design finds Unique products for mountain lifestyles

tHe Brass BeD

brassbedfinelinens.com Your blueprint for a beautiful night’s sleep. 100% Austrian linen with a distinctive jacquard weave provides an exquisite foundation for this remarkable bed. Add a cozy cashmere throw from Nepal and oneof-a-kind decorative pillows and a night’s sleep becomes a heavenly experience.

BeatriZ BaLL CoLLeCtion

www.beatrizball.com, (888) 265-1069 A garland of artfully sculpted pinecones and branches form the handles of this generously proportioned Pinecone Tray from Beatriz Ball’s Forest Collection. Ideal for serving your favorite cheeses, baked goods, or desserts, it is also great for displaying stemware on the bar. The tray is made of an FDA safe, easy-care, oven and freezer friendly aluminum alloy. MSRP: $146

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skyhawkoptics.com, (760) 452-6145 Make the most of your beautiful mountain, ocean, or lake views with the SkyHawk 9600 binoculars—so high-powered, they seem to bring views that are miles away right into your living room. Enjoy sensational nature watching of game animals, birds, whales, even butterflies as well as longdistance viewing of land, sea, or space with the comfort of using both eyes. See what you’ve been missing!

wortH Home - VaiL sHowroom worthinteriors.com, 970-476-3224

WORTH HOME is the Vail Valley destination for your home decor needs. Featuring decorative accessories and furniture curated from an eclectic mix of artisans and manufacturers, WORTH HOME combines organic, industrial and modern elements in a compelling, contemporary style. Interior design services available.

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new moon rugs

www.newmoonrugs.com, 800-863-0442 Internationally known and respected for their unmatched quality of design and workmanship, New Moon makes luxurious custom carpets for clients around the world. For more information, call 800.863.0442 or visit newmoonrugs.com or kurtzcollection.com.

Design one interiors

designoneinteriors.net, (720) 398-9736 From Construction Through Completion This warm mountain bedroom combines dramatic architecture with complementary and varying textures. The design creates an atmosphere of comfort and tranquility while maintaining its luxury and function. Accommodating most any budget, Design One Interiors can design your home to meet your dreams.

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DECORATIVE MATERIALS

Mammoth Lakes, California sierradesignstudio.com, (760) 934-4122

Denver, Edwards, Basalt, Aspen, Colorado decorativematerials.com, (866) 576-7928 Whether you’re smitten with luxe patterns, calmed by simple geometries or somewhere in between, you’ll find it worth your while to visit one of Decorative’s four showrooms, in Denver, Edwards, Basalt or Aspen. With the guidance of a keen design team creating fresh synergy in the realm of tile and stone, you are sure to be delighted.

Since 1988, Robin Stater with Sierra Design Studio has created beautiful homes anywhere for her clients who desire quality and creativity. She loves all styles, especially Mountain, Lodge and Western design. Visit her 6,000 sq ft showroom in Mammoth Lakes, California to see art, unique furniture and decor treasures.

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tkp Architects TKP Architects designed this cutting-edge contemporary home, currently under construction, near downtown Golden, Colorado. An existing home in poor condition was removed to make way for TKP’s new design, which will have a spectacular front range vista within walking distance of Golden’s lively dining and entertainment scene. For more information please contact: TKP Architects pc 303 278-8840

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edgewood log structures Brian Schafer-Vinson has been blurring the line between nature and home for over thirty years. Edgewood pioneered the stunning Glass Forest® window tree system found in sophisticated and tastefully designed mountain homes for a special group of its clients. Visit our website at: www.edgewoodlog.com ~ or ~ email brian@edgewood.com for more information.

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Cathers Home Cathers Home is an ASID-award winning interior design firm that specializes in residential and commercial interior architecture and design. All of our design staff are ASID-certified, and we bring a diverse skill set to every project. We love people and design, and pride ourselves on listening to clients’ needs and exceeding their expectations. Cathers interior architecture and design experience is second to none. We look forward to helping you realize your dream home.

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PARADE O F HOM ES PRESENTED BY THE SUMMIT COUNTY BUILDERS ASSOCIATION

this photo was taken a short walk from the Copper to Frisco bike path in late July. the wildflowers were in full bloom and the reflection of the sunset on the pond made for a beautiful summer landscape. tripp has been living and working as a professional photographer in 2014

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committee letter from the summit county builders association

Welcome to the 20th annual Summit County Parade of Homes, a showcase of elegant mountain homes hosted every September by the Summit County Builders Association. This year’s Parade will highlight 15 homes, including duplexes, remodels and single-family dwellings, throughout the communities of Breckenridge, Silverthorne, Dillon and Keystone. Featured in this year’s showings will be new and emerging trends in mountain real estate, including main floor living along with an increased emphasis on outdoor living spaces. Breathtaking views, indoor and outdoor fireplaces, reclaimed timbers and expansive glass are among the highlights of this year’s entries. Several homes include elevators and some new ideas for kitchens, ranging from two-toned cabinets to a state-of-the-art working galley kitchen, will be on display. As has been the case for years, the Summit County Builders Association works tirelessly to put on the Parade so as to benefit The Summit Foundation, our community’s version of the United Way that supports a wide variety of community causes and outreach programs. Tickets for the Parade are $15 for adults; children under 18 are admitted free. Tickets can be purchased at City Market as well as each of the homes in the Parade. Tickets also are available

2014 Summit County Parade of Homes Committee Left to right: Elisabeth Lawrence, The Summit Foundation; Asa Nimityongskul, Pinnacle Mountain Homes; Judith Moak, Mountain Living; Linda Miller - Vice Chair, Aspen Grove Kitchen & Bath; Lynn Myers - Chair, Harmony Interiors; Marilyn Hogan, BHH Partners; Beth Thompson, Inside Source; Jane Dvorak - Executive Officer. Not Pictured: Renee Nelson, More Space Place; Tim Paich, Residential Systems; Heather Jarski, Mountain Comfort Furnishings.

for purchase at the Bank of the West branches in Summit County. Programs are available throughout the county, at City Market, Bank of the West, Visitor Information Centers and local shops and restaurants. Mountain Living magazine will also offer free subscriptions to those buying tickets online. Tickets may be exchanged for wristbands at all homes on tour, and wristbands will enable visitors to view all the homes in the Parade during both weekends. The yearlong preparation efforts that go into the Parade of Homes could not be possible without our many valued committee members, board members, volunteers and community sponsors. Our thanks also go out to our devoted sponsors, Breckenridge Building Center, Bank of the West, Cutting Edge Woodworking, Aspen Grove Kitchen & Bath, SolarGlass Windows & Doors and the Summit Association of Realtors. We hope you find something inspiring during this year’s Parade – whether it’s for your dream home or a remodel – and that you enjoy the tour. Please also feel free to enjoy fall in the mountains, take in a good meal at your favorite restaurant, catch a movie at the Breckenridge Film Festival and start planning for your own piece of serenity and beauty here in our quaint community.

lynn myers, Chair

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Visit Our Parade Home: 373 Timber Trail, Breckenridge

please call us for your free consultation

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970.453.6880

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Arapahoe Architects Sustainable Architecture Custom Homes Reconstruction Commercial Multi-Family Historic Restoration Land Planning

ArapahoeArchitects.com 970.453.8474 Breckenridge, Colorado

Lighting that Inspires

730 Summit Blvd. #105 Frisco, CO 80443 T. 970.468.0573 insidesource@comcast.net

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2014 Summit county parade of homes

home

01

201 Fly Line Drive compass homes development, llc

Silverthorne

Single family home sites and single family

description

two miles to Bald Eagle Road. Turn right

cabins are also available at Angler Mountain

on Bald Eagle Road, and continue over the

home is part of the newest phase at Angler

Ranch. Both the cabins and the home sites take

Angler Mountain Ranch bridge for .5 mile to

Mountain Ranch. This home has a main floor

advantage of the southwest views of the Gore

Flyline Drive.

living plan with the master suite, living, dining,

Range and beyond the lake. Come view our

kitchen and garage on the main level. This is

newest addition of single family lots as well as

the quintessential Colorado setting that takes

our cabin information. For more information visit

advantage of the views of the lake, wetlands,

anglermountainranch.com.

Gore Range and the sun. The Ranch has a

Highlights

Can you cast from your deck? This duplex

13-acre private lake on the property with a hiking trail that connects to Ptarmagin trail. Nearly one hundred acres have been preserved for open space. The home is close to Raven Golf course, cross-country ski trails, the famed Blue River, Silverthorne Bike Trail, and skiing. The Ranch has created a feeling of rustic elegance through

2,192 square feet

3 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms

Main floor living. The master bedroom, kitchen,

living and dining are on the entry level •

Spectacular Gore Range views, overlooking the

Angler Mountain Ranch Pond

the use of natural alder, slate, solid granite

Deck and patio facing west for summer sunsets

and stainless steel appliances. Featured in the

HOA maintains the exterior

Parade is a three-bedroom approximately 2,200

In-floor radiant heat

square foot home listed at $730,000.

Granite slab counter tops

Knotty alder wood trim and doors

9-foot ceilings with vaulted areas with hand

Interior features include vaulted ceilings, main floor master bedrooms, bronze hardware, wrought-iron railings, moss rock fireplaces,

Bronze decorator lever handles, lighting and

stainless steel appliances, wood and slate floors.

bathroom fixtures

Other features include timber and stone exterior

accents, rock walls, core tin accents, rustic hand hewn timber siding, paver walkways, large windows.

Developer and Contractor Compass Homes Development, LLC 970.547.5047 compasshomesdev.com Architect Arapahoe Architects 970.453.8474 arapahoearchitects.com Interior Designer Mountain Comfort Furnishings 970.668.3661 mountaincomfortfrisco.com Realtor Dawn Crane 970.418.1598 anglermountainranch.com

Contact

textured walls throughout

alder cabinets and trim, granite slab counters,

vendors

Angler Mountain Ranch, LLC PO Box 5265 Frisco, CO 80443 anglermountainranch.com craneinco@comcast.net 970.418.1599

Many upgrades and options available

Directions From I-70, take Exit 205 at Silverthorne. Go north on the Blue River Parkway, Hwy. 9,

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Best Overall Remodel, Parade of Homes 2011

CUSTOM HOMES

Mountain Living Peak Award 2012

REMODELS

Parade of Homes Entry 2014

ADDITIONS

Parade of Homes Entry 2014

Custom Homes Remodels Additions SUMMIT COUNTY, COLORADO 970-409-0083 raptorconstruction.com

QUALITY HOMEBUILDERS 970-470-0393 RAPTORCONSTRUCTION.COM

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2014 Summit county parade of homes

home

02

70 Pheasant Tail Lane Raptor Construction, Inc

Silverthorne Inside Source Arizona Tile Rocky Mountain Forest Products Sierra Pacific Windows JVC & KB Mechanical The Roofing Company Arrowhead Tile and Stone American Electric Maximum Comfort Pool and Spa Denver Glass Interiors 2 V’s Landscaping Mountain Home Entertainment

vendors

description This remarkable Silverthorne contemporary offers a refined vision of luxury. A modern, floating steel staircase climbs through the home’s three stories, while an adjacent elevator also offers easy access. Smooth, straight lines, minimal hardware and contrasting tones combine to create a sophisticated take on the mountain aesthetic. The exterior features of this home are as important as the interior; the home ‘walks up the hill,’ offering ground access from each of its three levels. An intelligent integration of site design and architecture provides connecting patios and walkouts, making for easily usable spaces. Exterior features include extensive accents, metal headers over windows, a four-car garage and dog run. Inside, floor-to-ceiling windows in the great room offers some of the finest views in the county of the Gore and Tenmile Ranges. Walnut hardwood floors and extensive steel beams bring a substantial vibe. A floating stone hearth adorns the great room fireplace. Flagstone is used extensively throughout the interior, including the entry, exterior patios and a lower level powder room; there, a floor drain allows the small space to be utilized for cleanup from outdoor activities. Expansive views of the Gore Range are visible from the master suite, which also accesses the nearby patio. The ensuite bath provides a glass-enclosed steam shower and wall-to-wall tile. Bamboo cabinets in the polished kitchen feature automatic doors; the muted dark cabinets are a dramatic counterpoint to the white stone countertops. Wolf, Sub-Zero and Meile appliances add a level of distinction to the room. Off the great room awaits one of the highlights of this house; an enormous flagstone deck, with a fireplace and heaters, to provide warmth against chilly highaltitude temperatures. The deck runs into the side of the

hill and becomes the home’s back patio. The upper level features a loft and three bedrooms, two of which walk out onto grade and connect to the patio. With high-end finishes, clean lines and smart design, this spacious home is a sublime retreat for owners and guests.

Highlights • 4,150 • • • •

• • • •

• •

square feet 4 bedrooms, 6 baths Stunning Gore range views Upper level flagstone covered deck with fireplace Quality contemporary finishes combined with the best of mountain architecture Expansive vaulted tongue and groove ceilings Detailed steel beam work exterior and interior Luxury master suite Gourmet kitchen featuring mechanically operated cabinetry Cutting edge custom cabinetry throughout Iron railing wrapping three story open tread stairwell Expansive flagstone decks

Directions From I-70, north on Hwy. 9 for 1.5 miles to Bald Eagle Rd., Go right (east) on Bald Eagle. Continue up the hill on Bald Eagle. After the hairpin right hand turn, Pheasant Tail will be on your left.

sponsors Cutting Edge Woodworking Breckenridge Building Center Sun Mountain Door Company YK Marble and Stone High Country Custom Ironworks BAC Appliance Center

Builder / Contractor Raptor Construction, Inc Mike Hurley, Tim Scanlan 970.409.0083, 970.470.0393 raptorconstruction.com Architect Berglund Architects 970.926.4301 | Berglundarchitects.com Landscape 2 V’s Landscaping 970.390.8799 | 2vslandscaping.com Stonework Arrowhead Tile And Stone 719.839.0224 Flooring Arizona Tile 303.574.2990 | arizonatile.com Doors Sun Mountain Doors 970.532.2105 | sunmountaindoor.com Windows Sierra Pacific Windows 720.495.7515 | sierrapacificwindows.com Ironwork High Country Customs 970.390.9185 Appliances BAC Appliance Center 720.708.9258 | 4bac.com Cabinets / Kitchen Designer Cutting Edge Woodworking 719.486.0920 | cuttingedge-working.com

Contact Raptor Construction, Inc. 1628 Sts. John Rd. Keystone, CO 80435 timscanlan@hotmail.com raptorconstruction.com 970.470.0393 or 970.409.0083

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2014 Summit county parade of homes

home

03

290 Two Cabins Raptor Construction, INC

Silverthorne Sun Mountain Door Company YK Marble And Stone Rocky Mountain Forest Products JVC & KB Mechanical Arrowhead Tile And Stone Rob Karbowski Seamless Gutters RG Roofing American Electric 2 V’s Landscaping CNC Glassworks

vendors description This family-friendly, functional home extends

storage and fireplace, and opens to a large deck with a partially covered firepit, patio and

across two levels, and offers spectacular

hot tub. The lot is heavily treed with aspen, and

180-degree views of the peaks surrounding

the home’s exterior features wood siding with

Keystone and Silverthorne. The extensive use of

beetle kill accents and a natural stone veneer.

barnwood and metal throughout the home lend

A spacious wraparound deck with exterior

depth and texture. An entry wall is highlighted

fireplace takes advantage of the surrounding

with reclaimed Wyoming snow fence, and

Colorado mountain scenery and vistas. Exuding

hand-forged metal railings line the staircases.

understated luxury and comfort, this home offers

The tongue and groove ceilings are accented

the finest in mountain design.

by angular timber trusses, adding warmth to

Highlights

the high, vaulted space. Four fireplaces, indoors

• 4,450 • 5

family and guests.

• Spectacular

The gourmet kitchen features custom knotty alder cabinetry, a large accent-toned center

180-degree views partially covered deck

with fireplace

island, solid granite counters and high-end

• Classic

stainless steel appliances. The random width

• Expansive

hickory plank floors were custom-milled, and an

• Beetle

kill siding and moss rock exterior

adjacent large mudroom with custom lockers

• Luxury

master suite

makes for easy cleanup.

• Gourmet

An expansive view of Peak One and Buffalo

• Cutting

mountain architecture vaulted tongue and groove ceilings

kitchen

edge custom cabinetry throughout

Mtn. is on view from the great room, which

• Hand

forged metal finishes and railings

is warmed by a natural stone fireplace. An

• Bunk

room

attached office complements the main level master suite; double pocket barn doors lead into the room. Vaulted ceilings, a natural stone fireplace, hardwood floors and a claw foot tub in the ensuite bathroom make for a comfortable retreat. The room also connects to the home’s laundry facilities and to the wraparound deck. The remaining four bedrooms, two of them ensuite, one a bunkroom with built-in sleeping spaces, are located in the lower level. The level also houses a wet bar, wine cellar, owner’s

Doors Sun Mountain Doors 970.532.2105 | sunmountaindoor.com Windows Sierra Pacific Windows 720.495.7515 | sierrapacificwindows.com Ironwork Liquid Metalworks 970.485.4566 | liquidmetalworksllc.com Appliances Greer’s Appliances 970.468.6940 | greersappliance.com Interior Designer / Kitchen Designer A-Bradford Design LLC 970.485.9328 | a-bradforddesign.com

Directions From I-70, north on Hwy. 9 to Golden Eagle Road. Turn left (west) on Golden Eagle. Follow Golden Eagle for .75 mile and turn left on Two Cabins Road. The home is .25 of a mile down Two Cabins Road on the right side.

sponsors

Landscape 2 V’s Landscaping 970.390.8799 | 2vslandscaping.com

Cabinets Cutting Edge Woodworking 719.486.0920 | cuttingedge-woodworking.com

bedrooms, 6 baths

• Wrap-around

Architect BHH Architects 970.453.6880 | bhhpartners.com

Stonework Arrowhead Tile And Stone 719.839.0224

square feet

and out, create warm, inviting environments for

Builder / Contractor Raptor Construction, Inc Mike Hurley Tim Scanlan 970.409.0083 970.470.0393 raptorconstruction.com

Contact Raptor Construction, Inc. 1628 Sts. John Rd. Keystone, CO 80435 timscanlan@hotmail.com raptorconstruction.com 970.470.0393 or 970.409.0083

Cutting Edge Woodworking Breckenridge Building Center Greer’s Appliances

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2014 Summit county parade of homes

home

04

306 W. Lodgepole St., #5 cornerstone Creations, LLC

Dillon Directions From Hwy. 6, exit on the Dam Road. Take roundabout to La Bonte. Turn right at Lodgepole (the first stop sign). Turn Left into Dillon Pines parking lot.

sponsors Cornerstone Creations, LLC Arizona Tile The Stone Collection SolarGlass Windows and Doors Granite & Marble Design Pisces Builders

vendors

description Interior living space in Summit County is often as small as our great outdoors is expansive. #5 Dillon Pines South is a prime example of what proactive space planner Nancy Stone can do with limited space. Just 858 square feet of interior space and an additional 156 square feet of exterior space provides this homeowner with the comfortable “downsizing” lifestyle many of us desire. Making the most of that space was a primary goal for both the homeowner and the designer. Originally, Dillon Pines was built as a dormitoryapartment to house the workers who built the dam (for Lake Dillon Reservoir) in 1963. Once construction of the dam was completed, it was converted to condominiums and became Colorado’s first condominium complex. Space planning was not a priority for Dillon Pines original purpose; the single large bedroom most likely housed rows of twin beds. After private ownership, it could have housed two queen beds, similar to a hotel room. Previous occupants converted the large bedroom into two bedrooms, one of which did not have the legally required egress. The upstairs consisted of a small kitchen and living space with an oversized fireplace. Last year, this townhouse-style condo was a maze of dark hallways, dark rooms and tight corners. Today, it is rich with character and

ambiance. Natural light dances through each room and invites your company. Cool and warm grays float through the palette with aquatic reflections of this home’s million dollar view. This unit boasts a few luxury treats while most of the surface selections are classy, yet affordable. Custom built-ins provide storage while helping each room feel larger than reality. Relocating the stairs was the key to maximizing the home’s potential. The 9 square feet entry opened up to 40 square feet. It also allowed a (small) guest bedroom and bath upstairs and a utility room downstairs. Now, with the addition of the second bathroom upstairs, the master suite is truly a private retreat. Experience this little gem while you tour the 2014 Parade of Homes.

Highlights • 1,000

square feet bedrooms, 2 bathrooms • Million dollar view • Maximizes small spaces • Luxury on a budget • Increased value by converting 1 bed / 1 bath into 2 bed / 2 bath • More space in each room than original layout • More rooms than original layout • Calming color theme throughout • Two fireplaces double as heat source • Built-ins enhance function and maximize space • 2

• Lots

Builder Cornerstone Creations, LLC 970.485.1330 cornerstonecreations.com Tile Arizona Tile 303.574.2990 Granite & Solid Surfaces The Stone Collection 303.307.8100 thestonecollection.com Stone Fabricators Granite & Marble Design 303.551.6000 granitemarbledesigns.com Cabinets Cornerstone Creations 970.485.1330 cornerstonecreations.com Doors Sun Mountain Doors 970.532.2105 Windows Solarglass Windows And Doors 970.988.0804 solarglass.com Interior Designer / Kitchen Designer Cornerstone Creations And Homeowner 970.485.1330 cornerstonecreations.com

Contact Cornerstone Creations, LLC 699 Summit Blvd. Suite F cornerstonecreations.com nancy@cornerstonecreations.com 970.485.1330

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2014 Summit county parade of homes

home

05

197 Wild Irishman Road Hess Custom Homes

Keystone vendors

description

Tile and lighting designs by Inside Source

Carpet and rugs including stair runner by All

Interior trim and doors including hand carved

Reclaimed white oak wood floors by Colorado

Hot tub at rear deck by Maximum Comfort

Builder Hess Custom Homes 970.418.2346 hesscontracting.com Architect Todd Webber Architect 970.668.9402 Furnishings Markel Design Group 970.668.1781 markeldesigngroup.com Landscape Hood Landscaping 970.468.9223 hoodlandscaping.com Hardwood Floors Colorado Custom Wood Floors 970.668.4994 coloradocustomwoodfloors.com Flooring All Flooring Design 970.547.8311 allflooringdesign.net Cabinets And Appliances Kitchenscapes 970.453.7107 kitchenscapesinc.com Doors Sun Mountain Doors 970.532.2105 sunmountaindoor.com Hot Tub Maximum Comfort Pool And Spa 970.668.6339 mcpsvail.com Faux Finishing and Murals Bonnie Norling Wakeman 970.468.8392 transformingwalls.com Lighting and Home Control System Alpine Vista 970.453.4046 alpinevista.com Tile And Lighting Designer Inside Source 970.468.0573

Pool and Spa

Contact

Highlights

A complete remodel and master suite addition

5,897 square feet

have brought new life to this traditional mountain

4 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms

architecture home that sits on the Snake River

Mountain design and finishes located on the

1980’s-era home included new energy-efficient

Completely remodeled house with addition

heating and electrical systems, insulation and

Chef’s kitchen with walnut wood island top

Snake River

near Keystone. The sweeping changes to this

and custom cabinets by Kitchenscapes

window replacements in nearly every room. The new master suite and sitting room on the home’s second story added both comfort and space; the home’s staircase was relocated, both

Alpine Vista •

by Bonnie Norling Wakeman, American Clay

traffic flow on the main level, while opening the Reclaimed white oak floors predominate in the main level, with kitchen, living, dining and office spaces. The dining room, kitchen and great room walls and ceilings are crafted with American Clay plaster while custom wallpaper adorns bedroom

by Hess Custom Homes •

Flooring Design panels on some doors by Sun Mountain Doors

on interior doors, and a large relief mural in the hallway. A chef’s kitchen with a walnut island and cabinets, along with a European stove, takes center stage on the main floor. This “smart” house features remote lighting and house control functions, and an expanded deck with hot tub overlooks the Snake River. The project was an excellent collaboration of a variety of vendors, with everyone involved helping to create this comfortable, spacious remodel.

Exquisitely furnished and decorated by Markel Design Group

walls. Other design accents include stenciling on the fireplace mantle, nature-themed carvings

Unique wall finishes consisting of wallpaper by Janet Eickelman, custom painting and murals

to accommodate the new suite and to improve view of the river from the entry.

Lighting and house control system by

Custom Wood Floors

Directions Take Hwy. 6 east toward I-70 toward Keystone, going past the town of Dillon. Turn right at Keystone Rd., (traffic light.) Take the next right onto

Hess Custom Homes PO Box 1679 Dillon, CO 80435 hesscontracting.com greg@greghessconsulting.com 970.418.2346

Soda Ridge Rd. Take the next right onto Wild Irishman Rd. Follow this road until you arrive at the house, on the right.

HESS

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2014 Summit county parade of homes

home

06

41 Wolf Rock Road Fazendin Brothers Colorado, Inc

Keystone

Select knotty alder woodwork

sponsors

Two story stone wall in stairway

custom-made front door, you are overtaken by

Hand hewn log trusses

the amount of detail in this home. Extensive use

Wood ceilings

of reclaimed wood, interior stonework and iron-

Wood floors

work, along with log trusses and log beams are

Handcrafted iron hood fan

what sets this home apart. Wood ceilings, wood

Alpine Builders Hardware Ascent Electric Cutting Edge Woodworking Dragon Forge Rocky Mountain Forest Products Vantia Hardwoods

Handcrafted wrought iron stair rail

Three fireplaces

Outdoor fireplace

Heated garage

Wet bar

description From the very beginning, walking through the

floors and extensive tile work add to the rustic feel of this home. Wonderful views of the Snake River out the back, along with great mountain views makes this a perfect mountain home.

Highlights •

4,823 finished square feet

5 Bedrooms, 5 Baths

Custom bunk beds

Skylights

Reclaimed wood paneling

Reclaimed post and beams

vendors Builder Fazendin Brothers Colorado, Inc 970.468.7660 fazendinbrothers.com

Directions Take Hwy. 6 east to Montezuma Road. From the stop sign, follow Montezuma Road approximately .9 miles to Independence Road, turn right and Wolf Rock Road is the second left, just past the bridge. The home is on the left.

Architect BHH Partners 970.513.1000 jbuxkemper@bhhpartners.com

Contact Fazendin Brothers Colorado, Inc fazendinbrothers.com 970.468.7660

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2014 Summit county parade of homes

home

07

40 Independence Lane Summit homes construction, llc

Keystone

with rusty corrugated metal accents, rough

Directions

sawn lumber and natural moss rock. Homes are

Take Hwy 6 towards Keystone. Merge right

of high-end duplexes tucked away in the heart

pre-wired for ceiling fans and come equipped

onto exit to Montezuma Road. Proceed

of Keystone Resort. Located just minutes from

with Cat 5 wiring and cable. Surround sound

straight at stop sign. Turn right onto West

the River Run Village, each 1,700 to 1,800

pre-wiring is also included in the lower family

Independence Road. At the end of the road

square foot paired home offers 3 bedrooms,

room. Each patio contains space for a hot tub

turn left onto Independence Lane.

2.5 bathrooms, a full kitchen, dining area, upper

and each deck features a natural gas stub for

and lower living areas, a deck and a patio. The

barbeque grills. The picturesque setting is a

project consists of 14 units—7 of which include

short stroll or ride along the rec path to access

a 2-car garage and the other 7 which feature a

Keystone’s restaurants, festivals and events,

1.5-car garage with extra storage space.

and access to other amenities—such as the

description The Townhomes at the Alders is an enclave

Each paired home features high-quality “must-

outdoor Dakota pool and hot tubs in River Run

haves” for the discerning homeowner, including

Village—is made available through the Keystone

stainless steel appliances, granite countertops,

Neighborhood Company.

knotty alder trim and doors, oil-rubbed bronze

Highlights

or brushed nickel hardware and fixtures, maple cabinetry, natural gas fireplaces with natural stone veneer, stacked washers and dryers, hardwood and tile flooring, undermount sinks,

• 1,700 • 3

beetle-kill lodgepole pines. Townhomes at the Alders is being developed

bedrooms, 2.5 baths

• In-floor

radiant heat

• Bronze

decorator lever handles, lighting and

and built by Summit Homes Construction, a

bathroom fixtures

local builder with 18 years of experience in

• Most

Summit County. The homes blend into the surrounding environment with exterior features such as hewn horizontal rustic barn-style siding, vertical trim accents, asphalt shingle roofing

upgrades are standard here

• Stained •

Architect Arapahoe Architects 970.453.8474 arapahoearchitects.com

Realtor Dawn Crane 970.418.1598 compasshomesdev.com

flooring in living room

and dining room

and rustic beam accents crafted from salvaged

Developer and Contractor Summit Homes Construction, LLC 970.547.5047 alderskeystone.com

Interior Designer Mountain Comfort Furnishings 970.668.3661 mountaincomfortfrisco.com

– 1,800 square feet

• Hardwood

vendors

Contact Summit Homes Construction, LLC 970.547.5047 alderskeystone.com

alder doors and trim

The HOA maintains the exteriors so you can enjoy all the mountains have to offer

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Home Building Redefined doublediamondproperty.com | 970 418 8029


2014 Summit county parade of homes

home

08

120 Glenwood Circle Double Diamond Property & Construction

Breckenridge Architect Michael F Gallagher 970.453.6872 michaelgallagher.com Landscape Bobby Cat Landscaping 970.389.4905 Stonework LG Masonry 719.293.1272 Flooring Vantia Hardwoods 970.468.2684

description

• Outdoor

This home sits on top of four acres, at the end of a private drive, with terrific views of mountains and fairways. It is an exquisite blend of mountain home with a modern flair. Nestled among tall stands of trees, arched metal roof lines fit in perfectly. Dark timbers and light siding give the home a distinct look. Don’t miss the “wood” floor in the entry, which is actually the latest trend in porcelain tile, and the two-and-a-half story elevator wall. The metal and walnut floating staircase could be a work of art itself. A large kitchen features with double islands and a breakfast nook. After viewing the great room with floor to-ceiling-windows, a wood ceiling, stone fireplace wall, window seat/nap bed and a dining room, step outside onto the grilling deck and take in the water feature next to “The Fire Falls.” The arched wood ceiling that adorns the master bedrooms continues through to the exterior covered deck and fireplace. The large stamped concrete floored open family room and play area blend seamlessly with the connected exterior patio, fireplace, and hot tub. In the family room, two large backlit onyx slabs add art and elegance. We’re out of room to tell you everything that is special about this home so you’ll have to come see it yourself.

• Wood

ceilings connecting to outdoor space

• Seven

fireplaces

Highlights • 6,200 • 5

square footage

bedrooms, 5.5 baths

• Unique

steel and wood three-tier suspended staircase

• Backlit

onyx accents

• Modern

mountain finishes

• Exterior

“Fire Falls”

room off master suite

• 360-degree

views, including a wall of window

views to the Tenmile Range and Buffalo Mtn. • Covered •

grilling area next to water feature

Arched interior and exterior roof/ceiling details

Directions

Flooring Installer DG Inc. 970.418.0052 Cabinets Dakota Cabinets 970.485.5228 Doors Sun Mountain Doors 970.532.2105 sunmountaindoor.com

Take Hwy. 9 to Tiger Rd., turn east on Tiger Rd., then take the second right onto Highlands Dr. Turn right at the stop sign to stay on Highlands Dr., take first right onto Glenwood Circle. The home is at the bottom of the private drive.

Windows Sierra Pacific Windows 720.495.7515

Sponsors

Appliances Ferguson Enterprise 303.739.8000

Breckenridge Building Center Boise Cascade Abigail-Elise Interiors Associates 111 Interior Design Altitude Garage Doors Vantia Hardwoods Morning Star Elevators Gambino Painting Listen Up Sierra Pacific Windows Ferguson Sun Mountain Doors Western States Fire Protection Western Fireplace Lilli’s Lighting and Décor Division 7 Rock Solid Surfacing

Ironwork Levi’s Welding 970.389.2621

Interior Designer/Furnishings Associates III 303.534.4444 associates3.com Interior Designer/Fixed Finishes/Kitchen Designer Abigail-Elise 970.485.5228 aeinteriorsinc.com Realtor Kari Canfield 970.485.2785 Other Rock Solid Surfacing 970.328.5767 rocksolidsurfacing.com

Contact Double Diamond Property & Construction PO Box 4291 Breckenridge, CO 80424 Arnie@Doublediamondproperty.com 970.418.8029

vendors Developer Roca Holdings 970.485.2685 Builder and Contractor Double Diamond Property & Construction 970.418.8029 doublediamondproperty.com

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home

CBI Homebuilding

Breckenridge

photo by Margaret Carlson

09

970 Forest Hills Drive

description

Highlights

This Breckenridge custom home is the vision of its British owners, who desired a modern mountain getaway with panoramic views of the Breckenridge ski area and Ten Mile Range. Designed by Matthew Stais Architects, and constructed by CBI Homebuilding, the collaborative process of constructing this home proves that long-distance homebuilding can be an enjoyable and rewarding experience. While the exterior architecture fits right into its mountain surroundings, several interior features give the home a fresh and modern feel. The sleek, contemporary kitchen features gray painted cabinets, and a subtle checkerboard patterned tile floor, along with a new generation of Thermador appliances. Each bathroom has its own unique style and feel. The mudroom, loft, wet bar and closets feature site-built cabinets and shelves, which match the interior trim work throughout the home. Square drywall returns into painted window woodwork are a unique contemporary feature. Also contributing to the clean style of the home are the custom built interior railings made of steel, walnut and glass. Dry-stacked squared stone constructs a twoway fireplace and other accent walls throughout the home. The “snug” room opposite the great room is one area that contrasts the sleek look with an ‘Old World’ feel. It features “Highland Smear” masonry, rough-sawn beams, and rustic knotty oak flooring. Close to town, but miles from ordinary, this stylish mountain home is a refreshing change of pace, and an example of how no matter how far away you live, CBI Homebuilding can capture your vision.

• 4,173 • 4

square feet

Bedrooms, 4 full Baths, 2 Half Baths

• Contemporary

mountain architecture

and finishes • Walnut • Open

doors

timber staircase

• Custom • Glulam

timbers and trusses

• “Snug”

room with two-way fireplace

• Glass

and walnut loft railings

• Sleek

contemporary kitchen design

Directions From Hwy. 9, turn onto Huron Rd. at the 7-11 (across from the rec center). Drive .4 miles then continue on Forest Hills Dr. as it curves around sharply to the left, follow Forest Hills Dr. uphill for .5 miles and turn right into shared driveway at 970 Forest Hills Dr. Aspen Grove Kitchen and Bath Greer’s Appliance Center Bohemian Tile

vendors Contractor CBI Homebuilding 970.418.0216 carlsonbuildersinc.com Architect Matthew Stais Architects 970.453.0444 staisarchitects.com

Flooring Hardwood Floors Inc 970.390.2969 Carpet Express 970.485.5082 Cabinets and Kitchen Designer Aspen Grove Kitchen and Bath 970.668.0573 aspengrovekitchenandbath.com

steel and walnut railings

sponsors

Stonework AG Masonry 970.389.1817

Doors Sun Mountain Door 970.532.2105 sunmountaindoor.com Windows Sierra Pacific 970.389.2848 sierrapacificwindows.com Ironwork Breck Ironworks 970.453.1946 fireondemand.com Appliances Greer’s Appliance Center 970.468.6940 greersappliance.com Other Trimworks 970.389.1645 Bohemia Tile 970.389.1426

Contact CBI Homebuilding PO Box 8524 | Breckenridge, CO 80424 carlsonbuildersinc.com cbibreck@gmail.com 970.418.0216

Landscape Rothey Landscaping 970.418.1855

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CUSTOM CABINETRY Personal, Professional Service Makes The Difference Quality Craftsmanship • Individuality • Reliability

SEE OUR CUSTOM CABINETRY WORK IN THESE PARADE HOMES #2

RAPTOR CONSTRUCTION 70 Pheasant Trail Lane - Silverthorne

#3

RAPTOR CONSTRUCTION 290 Two Cabins Drive - Silverthorne

#6

FAZENDIN BROTHERS 41 Wolf Rock Road - Keystone

#10 PINNACLE MOUNTAIN HOMES 282 Peerless Drive - Breckenridge

#11 PINNACLE MOUNTAIN HOMES 373 Timbertrail Road - Breckenridge

#12 DEVIGNE DEVELOPING 158 Stillson Placer Terrace - Breckenridge

#15 THEBEAU CONSTRUCTION 24 Tarn Trail - Blue River

PO Box 222 • Leadville, CO 80461 866-486-0920 cuttingedge-woodworking.com info@cuttingedge-woodworking.com

Photo courtesy of Apex Mountain Homes

Photo courtesy of Pinnacle Mountain Homes


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282 Peerless Drive Pinnacle Mountain Homes

Breckenridge Timbers & Framing Material Specialty Wood Products 303.288.8484 swp.net Cabinets Cutting Edge Woodworking 719.486.2346 cuttingedge-woodworking.com Doors Castlewood Doors & Millwork 720.260.4089 castlewooddoors.com Windows Sierra Pacific 970.495.7515 sierrapacificwindows.com Appliances Ferguson Enterprises 303.739.8000 ferguson.com

description The team at Pinnacle Mountain Homes is honored to showcase this home in Shock Hill, one of the most celebrated ski in/ski out communities in Summit County. The exterior features a combination of reclaimed barn wood siding, wire brushed cedar and dry stack stone—perfect for a rustic yet contemporary feel. The design holds an abundance of great features—a grand front porch with quartzite

• 3

story, 5-stop elevator bath with freestanding hammered copper tub • Hand hewn, distressed, varied-width wood flooring • Custom ironwork throughout • Custom designed reclaimed barn wood barn doors • Decorative epoxy concrete floors • Master

• Bunk

room with built-ins and climbing wall

flagstone flooring continuing into the entry, open

Directions

staircase, vaulted tongue and groove ceilings,

Take Hwy. 9 south into Breckenridge. Take a

custom hammered ironwork and a large wood

slight right before roundabout onto North Park

burning fireplace, perfect for winter gatherings.

Avenue. Turn right onto Ski Hill Road. Shock Hill

A spacious loft overlooks the open concept

will be the first road on your right at the switch-

living area, large kitchen with a unique leathered

back. Continue into Shock Hill and make a right

granite island countertop and low-volt Tech Kable lighting—plenty of space for friends and family. Enjoy sunshine and spectacular views of

onto Peerless Drive. House will be on the right hand side of the road.

Breckenridge, Peak 8, and Baldy while on the

vendors

wraparound deck. Every finish and fixture was

Contractor Pinnacle Mountain Homes 970.453.0727 pinnaclemtnhomes.com

hand-picked and executed with the intention of creating a comfortable, clean lined space that the client desired for their mountain retreat.

Highlights • 5,891

square feet bedrooms, 5.5 baths • Powder room features a backlit white onyx countertop • 5

Architect BHH Partners 310.453.6880 bhhpartners.com

Tile Tomko 970.389.0459 tomkoinc@comcast.net Granite Countertops Granite & Marble Designs 303.551.6000 granitemarbledesigns.com Home Theater Alpine Vista 970.453.4046 alpinevista.com Interior Finishes Inside Source 970.468.0573 insidesource@comcast.net Elevator Morning Star Elevator 719.635.7960 coloradohomeelevator.com Alarm System Superior Alarm 970.668.1800 judy@superioralarmhc.com

Contact Pinnacle Mountain Homes 335 N Main Street PO Box 7399 Breckenridge, CO 80424 pinnaclemtnhomes.com chris@pinnaclemtnhomes.com 970.453.0727

Landscape Rocky Mountain Landscape 970.485.1832 rockymtnlandscape@yahoo.com

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Breckenridge

(970) 547-9922 fax (970) 547-9944 Mary Jo Finley Allied member, ASid

Special thanks to Alf Mcconnell | Photography by Bob Winsett

Multiple Parade of Homes Award Winner Summit County’s oldest and most respected home furnishings and interior design firm. Decorating Colorado since 1971. inTeriOr deSign • HOMe FUrniSHingS • WindOW TreATMenTS • FLOOr cOVeringS • LigHTing


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Timber Trail Pinnacle Mountain Homes

Breckenridge Flooring Vantia Hardwoods 970.468.2684 vantiahardwoods.com Cabinets Cutting Edge Woodworking 719.486.2346 cuttingedge-woodworking.com Doors Castlewood Doors & Millwork 720.260.4089 castlewooddoors.com Windows Sierra Pacific 970.495.7515 sierrapacificwindows.com Appliances Ferguson Enterprises 303.739.8000 ferguson.com

description Reminiscent of a mountain lodge, this singlefamily home nestled at the base of Peak 8 in Timber Trail is another distinguished custom home from Pinnacle. Slope-side with all the modern amenities, this ski chalet has all the perks of what it means to ‘live the life’ in Summit County. The use of reclaimed ski cable metal grip railings, heavy timbers and rustic materials

• Door and window trim with forged metal brackets throughout • Granite and solid surface countertops throughout • Large rec room complete with wet bar, fireplace and entertainment area • Stained concrete flooring on lower level • Mountain Modern design finishes • Reclaimed

ski cable and turnbuckle accents

bring harmony to the structure within its natural

Directions

setting. The great room features high ceilings,

Take Hwy 9 south into Breckenridge. Take a

oversized windows, a two story stone fireplace,

slight right before the roundabout onto North

and 6” wide plank, circle-sawn solid white oak

Park Ave. Turn right onto Ski Hill Rd. Continue

floors, giving this home an impressively open

up Ski Hill Rd and turn left onto Four O’Clock

and rustic feel. The dining room features two

Rd. Timber Trail will be at the end of the road.

metal orb lighting fixtures hanging below a

Make a right onto Timber Trail and the house

wooden beam trellis, supported by ski cable

will be on the left.

reclaimed from retired Breckenridge chair lifts. This suspended design element carries over through the loft balcony and staircase, which appears to be floating, supported by ski cable and turnbuckles. Definitely a must see on this year’s Parade of Homes tour!

Highlights • 7,429

square feet bedrooms, 5.5 baths • Powder room features a wood block focal wall and timber countertop • Master bath features a freestanding tub and linear shower drain • 5

vendors Contractor Pinnacle Mountain Homes 970.453.0727 pinnaclemtnhomes.com Architect BHH Partners 310.453.6880 bhhpartners.com Landscape 2V’s Landscaping & Irrigation 970.547.1659 2vslandscaping.com

Tile Tomko 970.389.0459 tomkoinc@comcast.net Granite Countertops Granite & Marble Designs 303.551.6000 granitemarbledesigns.com Electrical American Electric Service, Inc 970.485.1999 aes.joe@comcast.net Home Automation Residential Systems, Inc 970.455.8906 residentialsystemsinc.com Timbers & Framing Material Specialty Wood Products 303.288.8484 swp.net Interior Finishes Inside Source 970.468.0573 insidesource@comcast.net

Contact Pinnacle Mountain Homes 335 N Main Street PO Box 7399 Breckenridge, CO 80424 pinnaclemtnhomes.com chris@pinnaclemtnhomes.com 970.453.0727

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888.550.4198 www.devignedeveloping.com info@devignedeveloping.com

See how easy...

owning your Dream can be

Devigne Developing is previewing one of their projects that is available for purchase. Please inquire about owning this spectacular home and selecting all your finishes.

Located at 77 Stillson Placer Terrace; Breckenridge, Colorado.

During the construction process you will have complete access to: • Client-builder software with schedule • One of a kind photo documentation • 24/7 communication with key staff members A Company Built on Quality Reliability and Trust...


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158 Stillson PlaceR Terrace Devigne Developing, Inc

Breckenridge vendors Contractor / Builder Devigne Developing, Inc 888.550.4198 | devignedeveloping.com Architect Michel Shult 970.453.2728 | michaelshultarchitect.com Structural Engineer Mike Griffeth 303.237.4346 | griffethstructural.com

description When you ask for the impossible we ask if you would like that with a view. The essence of the Rocky Mountains has been captured in this spectacular home whose sumptuous details are truly a sight to behold. From the gable rooflines and massive windows to the stone cladding, the exterior embodies a classic contemporary mountain home. That’s just what builder Jules DeVigne and the architect envisioned when they assisted the owners in attaining their dream. First, he helped locate the lot where the home was built. He and the architect assessed every angle and view assuring the owners the best that Breckenridge has to offer the eye. The main level of the home features steel and wood vaulted ceilings that were finished with rustic siding to enhance the feeling of the local mining business in 1880. Floor-to-ceiling windows frame views of Breckenridge Mountain and allow the maximum amount of light into the home. Accents used throughout include variations of stone, wood floors, granite countertops, and a flagstone terrace that utilizes raw steel for a floating staircase. The entrance of the home showcases an open floor plan. A large, floating, and unpainted steel staircase spans the home’s three levels. The main level of the home includes the kitchen, master suite, living and dining room. Outside is a spectacular covered flagstone terrace that contains a prominently featured stone fireplace. In the kitchen, a unique wall of windows lies above the base cabinets. The two-toned cabinetry, with a light and dark wood, and the natural stone leathered granite countertops adds an array of color and patterns. The kitchen is completed with a Wolf/ Sub-Zero appliance package. This makes for a nice

place to cook, relax, or converse. Everything about this kitchen says welcome. The master suite sits two steps down from the main level. The spacious master bedroom contains a stone fireplace, private deck, and majestic mountain views. The master bathroom features two large walk-in closets, a master bath with his and her sides, and a double entry custom glass steam shower. This suite conveys comfort! The carpeted upper level offers another master suite, and an office with a full bath. Downstairs, an expansive gathering space includes a large bar, a billiards room, a sitting room with a fireplace, and a theater. A bunk room, two bedrooms, and three baths round out the space. With high-end classic finishes, smart design, and stunning views, this home provides a comfortable, spacious retreat for family and friends.

Highlights

Financing Bank of the West 970.453.2521 | bankofthewest.com Landscape 2 V’s Landscaping 970.547.1659

Carpet A Discount Flooring Co 970.668.1880

Plumbing All Phases Plumbing 970.389.5571

Lumber Breckenridge Building Center 970.453.2372 Cabinets Cutting Edge Woodworking 719.486.0920

Stone Materials Gallegos Company 970.524.4322

6,791 square feet

5 bedrooms, 6.5 bathrooms

Countertops Granite & Marble Design

Breathtaking views

303.551.6000

Floating steel staircase

Elaborate steel and wood roof trusses

Audio/Video Mountain Home Entertainment, Inc.

Custom barn doors

Glass enclosed steam shower

Varying types of stone inside and out

Home theater

Covered flagstone terrace with outdoor fireplace

Contact

Large family/billiard room with 16-foot

Devigne Developing, Inc PO Box 4717 | Breckenridge, CO 80424 devignedevloping.com Info@devignedeveloping.com 970.453.9000

collapsible door

Directions South on Hwy. 9 to Breckenridge; take Main Street turn off of turnabout; left on Wellington; turn right on Goldflake; turn right on Stillson Placer Terrace; turn right at the “T”, and the home is located on your left.

970.668.2211

Masonry R. Flores Masonry, LLC 970.470.0866

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1374 Broken Lance Dr., #7 Cabernet Construction

Breckenridge

photo by Studio Kiva, Katie Girtman, Breckenridge. CO

Summit Kitchen & Bath moreSPACEplace Vantia Hardwoods

vendors Builder / Contractor Cabernet Construction Tom Eble 970.418.1438 cabernethomes.com Flooring Vantia Hardwoods 970.468.2684 vantiahardwoods.com

description Built in 1979, the townhome complex of

along with a new cable staircase makes this townhome a showpiece you will not want to

Trappeur Villas is nestled in the natural setting

miss; be sure to take a look at the before and

of pine trees and the flowing Blue river. The

after photos.

new owners, who live in Missouri, purchased

Highlights

this aging property sight unseen from their

Doors Sun Mountain Doors 970.532.2105 sunmountaindoor.com

1,232 square feet

2 Bedrooms, 2.5 baths

Top to bottom remodel

New open floor plan on main level

New kitchen

New bathrooms

New staircase

transformed, all while utilizing the existing

New tile and stone throughout

footprint. On the main floor, wood paneling

Custom cabinetry

was removed from existing walls; a full bath

Granite and quartz countertops

was reduced to a powder room, and a washer

Flowing Blue River from back deck

and dryer which were housed in a workstation

Directions

realtor as a second home. This dark and dingy 2-bedroom, 1,232 square foot townhome was in desperate need of a major makeover. After meeting with Harmony Interiors and Cabernet Construction a new “contemporary” design concept was born and the demolition began. This townhome has been totally

between the living and dining room were relocated to the second floor, creating a more spacious and livable floor plan. The kitchen was completely redesigned making room for a large island. The existing wood fireplace casing, which was required by the town of Breckenridge to remain untouched, was completely rebuilt with new stone facade, providing a place for wood storage and floating shelves on each side. The master bathroom was enlarged and

sponsors

of a steam shower. The guest bathroom also

Harmony Interiors, LLC Granite & Marble Design Inside Source Sun Mountain Doors, Inc.

received a complete makeover with the addition of a bubble massage tub. All new trim, doors, cabinetry, countertops and lighting fixtures

Ironwork Trim Works 970.389.1645 Interior Designer Harmony Interiors, LLC Lynn Myers 970.668.0291 harmonyinteriorsllc.com Realtor Remax Properties of the Summit Nancy Peterson 970.668.5300 remax.com

Contacts

From I-70, take Exit 203 onto Hwy. 9 toward Frisco. Turn right onto Summit Blvd. toward Frisco. At 9.6 miles, take a second exit at the roundabout onto N. Main Street in Breckenridge. Proceed south though Breckenridge about 1.2 miles. Turn right onto Broken Lance Dr. At the end of the road turn left onto Broken Lance Dr., and then turn right onto Broken Lance Drive after you pass Columbine Rd. Destination will be on the right.

received a complete makeover with the addition

Cabinets Summit Kitchen & Bath 970.513.6587 summitkitchens.com

Harmony Interiors, LLC 120 N 7th Ave, Unit A Frisco, CO 80443 harmonyinteriorsllc.comm Lynn@harmonyinteriorsllc.com 970.668.0291 Cabernet Construction PO Box 2522 Frisco, CO 80443 cabernethomes.com tom@cabernethomes.com 970.418.14381

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Apex Mountain Homes wishes to express our sincere appreciation for our sponsors. These organizations have contributed their skills, knowledge and expertise to make this luxury mountain home into a majestic dwelling. We could not have done it without your efforts, and we thank you.

A G M A S O N RY C O R P. A I C H H O L Z E X C AVAT I O N C O R P. ALL FLOORING DESIGN, INC. COMFORT BY KODIAK DENVER GLASS INTERIORS, INC. FIRSTBANK GRANITE & MARBLE DESIGNS, LLC GREER’S APPLIANCE CENTER GUTHRIE ELECTRIC, INC. HARMONY INTERIORS, LLC INSIDE SOURCE, LLC J & M H O L D I N G S , D RY WA L L S P E C I A L I S T S , I N C . KITCHEN TRADITIONS OF COLORADO, INC. M A R T Z S U P P LY C O . M O R E S PA C E P L A C E / I F U R N I S H M O R N I N G S TA R E L E VAT O R , L L C P L U M B P E R F E C T, P L U M B I N G A N D H E AT I N G , L L C S U N M O U N TA I N , I N C . VA N T I A S U P E R I O R H A R D W O O D S , I N C . ZONI CONCRETE, INC.


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111 victory lane apeX mountain homes, inc

brecKenriDge Broken Lance Drive. Proceed to second intersection and turn right again onto Broken Lance Drive. Turn right onto Victory Lane and the home will be on your left.

sponsors AG Masonry Corp Aichholz Excavation Corp All Flooring Design, Inc PHoTo By MATT KRANE

Comfort by Kodiak Denver Glass Interiors, Inc FirstBank Granite & Marble Designs, LLC Greer’s Appliance Center Guthrie Electric, Inc steam shower and custom soaking tub. Energy

Harmony Interiors, LLC

efficient features including well-insulated walls

Inside Source, LLC

forest high above Breckenridge, with stunning

and high-efficiency windows adhere to the

J & M Holdings, Drywall Specialists, Inc

views of Boreas Pass and Bald Mountain. This

Summit sustainable building code. A ventilation

Kitchen Traditions of Colorado, Inc

majestic home offers the finest in modern-day

system brings in the fresh mountain air, and

Martz Supply Co

amenities, along with the architectural feel of

efficient in-floor heat ensures warm feet on chilly

moreSPACEplace / ifurnish

the old days. Firmly seated in the mountain

mornings. Discover all that Summit County

Morning Star Elevator, LLC

environment with substantial hand-peeled log

has to offer during the Parade, and then come

Plumb Perfect, Plumbing and Heating, LLC

columns, native stone footings, weathered

experience the rustic elegance of this Apex

Sun Mountain, Inc

siding, and rusty metal roofing, this home blends

Mountain Homes project on Victory Lane.

Vantia Superior Hardwoods, Inc

into the surrounding mountainside.

HigHligHts

Zoni Concrete, Inc

description Victory Renewed stands in an old growth

Crafted by Apex Mountain Homes, this home’s

unique character is evident the moment you

More than 5,000 square feet of living space

vendors / contacts

step foot inside the front door. Refined finishes,

5 bedrooms, 7 bathrooms

clean lines and state-of-the-art technology

Oversized garage with in floor heat

make for comfortable living in this distinctive

Walk to the ski slopes

Unsurpassed views of Boreas Pass and

Realtor Breckenridge Associates Real Estate Marty Frank 970.389.5068 breckenridgeassociates.com

abode. The large spaces allow for the privacy

Interior Designer Harmony Interiors, LLC Lynn Myers 970.668.0291 harmonyinteriorsllc.com

Bald Mountain

and comfort of family and guests, while retaining

a sense of intimacy. Custom cabinetry, a

Custom cabinetry

contemporary granite island and commercial-

Masonry, timbers and logs

grade, stainless steel appliances combine with

Three floor elevator

a striking view through the windows to create

Multiple fireplaces

a functional, comfortable kitchen, designed

The latest in contemporary interior design

for entertaining. Random width, hand-hewn

Advanced air sealing and insulation package

Indoor air quality ventilation system

walnut wood floors span the multiple levels of the home, from the spacious great room to the

directions

kitchen, the lower-level recreation room and the

Proceed south out of Breckenridge and turn

secluded loft sitting area.

right onto Broken Lance Drive. Proceed one

Each master suite features a fireplace and

Custom Homebuilder Apex Mountain Homes, Inc Clark Johnson 970.668.3402 apexmountainhomes.com

block and turn left at the stop sign onto

bathroom retreat, equipped with a spa-like

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Overlooking the Breckenridge Golf Club, The Stafford Residence is a Parade of Homes winner, including Best Builder and Overall Home.

Is your builder in a relationship?

f i n d i n g t h e r i g h t b u i l d e r c a n b e a l o t l i k e d at i n g . Next time you’re talking with a potential builder, ask them: Will they pick up the phone when you call or be too busy chasing the next client? Are they careful with a budget or just anxious to spend? At New West Partners, we know clients are looking for more than a quick date. With over 30 years in the business, things like personal attention and trust are as crucial to us as craftsmanship and detail. If your builder takes your project casually, talk to us. After all, we’re not just building homes. We’re building relationships.

new west partners GENERAL CONTRACTORS PROJECT MANAGEMENT CONSTRUCTION (970) 389-0384

N W PA RT N E R S . N E T


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24 Tarn Trail Thebeau construction, Inc

Blue River

description

Highlights

This Blue River home is a model of compact, efficient and cost-effective design. An open great room on the main level provides a spacious feel, while a fireplace and reclaimed, circle-sawn pine floors warm the space. In the kitchen, custom alder cabinets and black granite counters with a leathered finish are offset by the floor, built of reclaimed pine. A steam shower and custom cabinetry in the ensuite bathroom of the main floor master bedroom create a comfortable, high-end feel. The nearby powder room is flooded with sunshine from a light tube skylight. Stained concrete floors in the lower level are cut and installed in a three-foot diamond shapes, providing a functional, eye-catching design solution. A family room and additional bedrooms are located on this level. Outside, the exterior is a rustic mining/modern hybrid exterior style, built of corrugated metal with wood accents. The passive solar design helps offset energy costs. Beautiful Goose Pasture Tarn lake is visible from a variety of areas in the house, including the living and dining rooms as well as the master bedroom. An outdoor deck is strategically located on the south side to capture lake views as well.

• • • • • • • • • •

• •

2,406 square feet 3 Bedrooms, 2.5 Bathrooms Compact, efficient floor plan design Passive solar design Rustic mining/modern hybrid exterior style Water views of the Goose Pasture Tarn lake Economical construction: $177.00 sf Open great room floor plan Stained concrete floors downstairs Solar green sky-light/light tube into powder room Exterior carport for extra vehicle and toys Granite counters

Directions From Hwy. 9: Drive south through the Town of Breckenridge. Turn left on Lakeshore Loop, which is 1.5 miles past the stop light at Boreas Pass Road. Tarn Trail is on the left after about .3 miles. 24 Tarn Trail is right on the corner of Tarn Trail and Lakeshore Loop.

sponsors Thebeau Construction, Inc Equinox Architecture LLC Sarah Barclay, Broker with Slifer, Smith & Frampton Bank of the West Egolf Interiors

Gregory Door & Window Breckenridge Building Center Perfect Service Cleaning Cutting Edge Woodworking Specialty Wood Products, Inc

vendors Builder Thebeau Construction, Inc 970.390.6934 thebeauconstruction.com Architect Equinox Architecture LLC 970.453.9619 equinoxarchitecture.com Doors Gregory Door & Window 970.453.6428 gregorydw.com Interior Designer Egolf Interiors 970.485.0567 egolfinteriors.com Realtor Sarah Barclay 970.401.4697 homesforsaleinbreckenridge.com

Contact Thebeau Construction, Inc PO Box 7399 Breckenridge, CO 80424 thebeauconstruction.com wayne@thebeauconstruction.com 970.390.6934

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2 V’s Landscaping........................................ 21, 23, 39, 41

Cabernet Construction................................................... 43

A-Bradford Design LLC.................................................. 23

Carpet Express.............................................................. 35

A Discount Flooring Co................................................... 41

Castlewood Doors & Millwork................................... 37, 39

Abigail-Elise Interiors...................................................... 33

CBI Homebuilding.......................................................... 35

AG Masonry............................................................. 35, 45

CNC Glassworks............................................................ 23

Aichholz Excavation Corp............................................... 45

Colorado Custom Wood Floors...................................... 27

All Flooring Design.................................................... 27, 45

Comfort by Kodiak......................................................... 45

All Phases Plumbing....................................................... 41

Compass Homes Development, LLC............................. 19

Alpine Builders Hardware............................................... 29

Cornerstone Creations, LLC........................................... 25

Alpine Vista............................................................... 27, 37

Cutting Edge Woodworking........ 21, 23, 29, 37, 39, 41, 47

Altitude Garage Doors.................................................... 33

Dakota Cabinets............................................................. 33

American Electric Service, Inc............................. 21, 23, 39

Dawn Crane............................................................. 19, 31

Angler Mountain Ranch, LLC.......................................... 19

Denver Glass Interiors.............................................. 21, 45

Apex Mountain Homes, Inc............................................ 45

Devigne Developing, Inc................................................. 41

Arapahoe Architects................................................. 19, 31

DG Inc............................................................................ 33

Arizona Tile............................................................... 21, 25

Division 7........................................................................ 33

Arrowhead Tile and Stone........................................ 21, 23

Double Diamond Property & Construction...................... 33

Ascent Electric............................................................... 29

Dragon Forge................................................................. 29

Associates 111 Interior Design....................................... 33

Egolf Interiors ................................................................ 47

Aspen Grove Kitchen and Bath...................................... 35

Equinox Architecture LLC............................................... 47

BAC Appliance Center................................................... 21

Fazendin Brothers Colorado, Inc.................................... 29

Bank of the West...................................................... 41, 47

Ferguson Enterprises.......................................... 33, 37, 39

Berglund Architects........................................................ 21

FirstBank........................................................................ 45

BHH Partners Architects.............................. 23, 29, 37, 39

Gallegos Company......................................................... 41

Bobby Cat Landscaping................................................. 33

Gambino Painting........................................................... 33

Bohemia Tile.................................................................. 35

Granite & Marble Design................... 25, 37, 39, 41, 43, 45

Boise Cascade............................................................... 33

Greer’s Appliances............................................. 23, 35, 45

Bonnie Norling Wakeman............................................... 27

Gregory Door & Window................................................ 47

Breck Ironworks............................................................. 35

Guthrie Electric, Inc........................................................ 45

Breckenridge Associates Real Estate............................. 45

Hardwood Floors Inc...................................................... 35

Breckenridge Building Center................. 21, 23, 33, 41, 47

Harmony Interiors, LLC............................................. 43, 45

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Hess Custom Homes..................................................... 27

Raptor Construction, Inc.......................................... 21, 23

High Country Custom Ironworks.................................... 21

Remax Properties of the Summit.................................... 43

Hood Landscaping......................................................... 27

Residential Systems, Inc................................................. 39

ifurnish............................................................................ 45

RG Roofing.................................................................... 23

Inside Source................................... 21, 27, 37, 39, 43, 45

Rob Karbowski Seamless Gutters.................................. 23

J & M Holdings, Drywall Specialists, Inc.......................... 45

Roca Holdings................................................................ 33

JVC & KB Mechanical.............................................. 21, 23

Rock Solid Surfacing...................................................... 33

Kari Canfield................................................................... 33

Rocky Mountain Forest Products ...................... 21, 23, 29

Kitchen Traditions of Colorado, Inc................................. 45

Rocky Mountain Landscape........................................... 37

Kitchenscapes................................................................ 27

Rothey Landscaping....................................................... 35

Levi’s Welding ............................................................... 33

Sarah Barclay................................................................. 47

LG Masonry................................................................... 33

Sierra Pacific Windows..................... 21, 23, 33, 35, 37, 39

Lilli’s Lighting and Décor................................................. 33

Slifer, Smith & Frampton................................................. 47

Listen Up........................................................................ 33

SolarGlass Windows and Door....................................... 25

Liquid Metalworks.......................................................... 23

Specialty Wood Products................................... 37, 39, 47

Markel Design Group ..................................................... 27

Summit Homes Construction, LLC................................. 31

Martz Supply Co............................................................ 45

Summit Kitchen & Bath.................................................. 43

Matthew Stais Architects ............................................... 35

Sun Mountain Doors................... 21, 23, 25, 27, 33, 35, 43

Maximum Comfort Pool and Spa............................. 21, 27

Sun Mountain, Inc.......................................................... 45

Michael F Gallagher........................................................ 33

Superior Alarm............................................................... 37

Michel Shult.................................................................... 41

The Roofing Company.................................................... 21

Mike Griffeth................................................................... 41

The Stone Collection...................................................... 25

moreSPACEplace..................................................... 43, 45

Thebeau Construction, Inc............................................. 47

Morning Star Elevators....................................... 33, 37, 45

Todd Webber Architect.................................................. 27

Mountain Comfort Furnishings.................................. 19, 31

Tomko...................................................................... 37, 39

Mountain Home Entertainment................................. 21, 41

Trimworks................................................................ 35, 43

Perfect Service Cleaning................................................. 47

Vantia Hardwoods.................................. 29, 33, 39, 43, 45

Pinnacle Mountain Homes........................................ 37, 39

Western Fireplace........................................................... 33

Pisces Builders............................................................... 25

Western States Fire Protection....................................... 33

Plumb Perfect, Plumbing and Heating, LLC.................... 45

YK Marble And Stone............................................... 21, 23

R. Flores Masonry, LLC.................................................. 41

Zoni Concrete, Inc.......................................................... 45

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BArn Again

A 19th-century barn gets a fresh start as a family’s vacation home in Sun Valley, Idaho

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“The entry should really pop,” says interior designer Karin Blake. Here, she delivers with colorful Indian rugs hung on the plaster walls. The tumbled blue limestone floor is a perfect place to drop a pair of muddy boots.

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Blake designed the farm table, which is surrounded by a charming hodgepodge of Windsor chairs and an antique railroad bench. The green pendants are vintage. FACING PAGE: The owners wanted additional sleep spaces for their grandchildren, so the design team created this pair of cozy nooks on the second oor. Each has a full-sized bed, reading light and small shelf.

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To hear architect Chuck Bultman tell it, there are two types of barns in this world:

“Those that are loved by their owners, used and well maintained; and those that are neglected and forgotten, too close to the side of the road or tucked in the middle of an industrial park.” The early 19th-century timberframe barn that serves as the core of this home once fell into the latter category, until the homeowners and design team rescued it from its original spot in Vermont and gave it new life on a two-acre patch of land in a Sun Valley, Idaho, subdivision. The owners, an artist and her husband, had fallen in love with the idea of renovating a barn, so they hired a pair of architects to collaborate on the design: Bultman—an expert in designing with old barns—and Montana-based Candace Tillotson-Miller, renowned for her grasp of the Western design vernacular. The owners flew to Vermont to see and approve of their barn before it was documented with drawings and measurements and then disassembled, a process that includes cleaning and repairing individual beams. Meanwhile, Bultman and Miller designed a home that embraced the barn’s craftsmanship, artistry and patina while adding new spaces that blend seamlessly with the original structure. >>

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The main floor of the barn contains the living and dining rooms, kitchen, powder room and library. To

accommodate guest rooms, the architects built a second floor over 75 percent of the barn, a design move that created lower ceiling heights—and a feeling of intimacy—in the first-floor spaces. They also added a hallway that connects the main entry to the master suite on one side of the barn; on the other side, an exterior covered walkway leads to an artist’s studio and the garage. To preserve authenticity, many of the “new” building materials are actually salvaged and reclaimed timbers and weathered boards, all selected to blend with the barn, and the white oak floors were fumed, giving them a soft gray tint. “We built the home from the inside out, first assembling the original post-and-beam framework, to expose the structure,” Miller explains. As a result, the interiors have the coveted worn look of old craftsmanship (complete with ladders that act as architectural elements—and charmingly lead nowhere). Interior designer Karin Blake, a Los Angeles-based designer known for her East Coast-inspired style, filled the home with one-of-a-kind finds. “I try to select pieces that you don’t see everywhere, that have their own personality,” she says. “I also kept it simple. I want your eye to go to the barn itself, so I didn’t choose pieces that would provide a huge contrast.” >>

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FACING PAGE, TOP: The design team discovered that the original barn had an unusual detail: large sliding doors, typically found on the outside of a barn, built inside in a pocket between two posts. They preserved this unique element, designing two new sliding doors to ďŹ t the original pocket. FACING PAGE, BOTTOM, and BELOW: The home backs to land protected by the U.S. Forest Service, giving it a feeling of isolation even though it sits in a subdivision. The design team made certain that the owners would have plenty of comfortable and shaded outdoor spaces to enjoy the exquisite views.

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The library’s handsome cabinets were custom-built around the barn structure. The couch doubles as a guest bed, and the reclaimed-wood shelves blend in with the barn’s warm patina. FACING PAGE: The living room’s Montana moss rock fireplace faces a coffee table made from a vintage baggage cart and a suede couch from Ralph Lauren. The light fixture near the back windows is a repurposed bicycle repair station from the 1920s.

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If you want to find pieces that are unique , take your time. Discovering “ things that stand out and are wonderful doesn ’t happen in a single day.” Karin Blake

The Best Spots for Antique Lovers

Where can you find vintage and antique pieces that will make a statement in your home? Try these designer favorites: East Meets West Antiques Head to this L.A. shop (or its 1stdibs. com profile) for antique Americana décor and furniture, as well as Indian textiles—especially gorgeous throw pillows. emwantiques.com

Heart of Country Antiques Show Interior designer Karin Blake says this once-ayear show in Nashville, Tennessee, is among her favorites for its exceptional selection of historical Americana, folk art, decorative arts and Native American textiles. heartofcountry.com

Wiscassett, Maine One of Blake’s beloved East Coast shopping destinations, this tiny town has a thriving antiques industry, and architecture buffs will enjoy the town’s beautifully preserved buildings.

New Hampshire Antiques Show Blake loves this tightly curated show for its fine American antiques. Shoppers can expect to find high-quality pieces, and “antiques here are a better buy than when they hit New York,” Blake says. nhada.org

High Noon Western Americana Show & Auction Held each winter in Mesa, Arizona, this show is a go-to spot for Native American art, cowboy paraphernalia and classic Western art and furnishings. highnoon.com

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That’s not to say the home’s furnishings, rugs and light fixtures aren’t eye-catching.

Blake added to the owners’ collection of bright, bold Indian rugs, installing them as artwork on the entry walls and hanging one over the back of the living room’s sofa. And she scoured antique, vintage and salvage shops for the perfect accents: light fixtures, such as the pair of green pendants above the dining table; found objects, like the colorful antique gaming wheel she hung at the end of a hallway; and Windsor chairs, which surround the custom farm table in the dining room. “There’s something to discover in every room,” Blake says. “You get the sense that there’s some history here.” It’s not surprising that the design team revels in the finished product. “It’s a beautiful story to be able to tell people that this barn was once far away, ignored and neglected, and we were able to salvage it,” Bultman says. “Now it has a new life for another 100 years.” 

ABOVE, LEFT: Sconces from Obsolete in Venice, California, and a vintage lantern shine in the master bathroom, where rustic materials and clean lines complement each other. ABOVE, RIGHT: To preserve authenticity, many of the “new” building materials are actually salvaged and reclaimed timbers and weathered boards, all selected to blend with the barn. FACING PAGE: A colorful antique gaming wheel from American Garage Antiques in Los Angeles hangs above a vintage trunk at the end of a hallway. The ladder, part of the original barn, serves as an ornamental feature.

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Southern Accents

On 20 acres in Jackson, Wyoming, a multigenerational retreat mixes rugged Western materials and elegant Southern comforts with dramatic Teton views

Story by Norman Kolpas

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Photography by Gibeon Photography


Accordion doors transform the dining room into an open-air space. An antique tin ceiling and a chandelier assembled from old iron lanterns add informality. FACING PAGE: At nightfall, a carefully planned balance of exterior and interior lighting creates a glow. Interior designer Janet Baker says, “You can’t wait to get there and see what this house is all about.” The major living areas face a large manmade pond and views of the snowy Tetons.

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When describing the idyllic 20-acre Jackson, Wyoming, setting where he was commissioned to create a three-generation family retreat, architect Jerry Locati resorts to a Hollywood-perfect comparison: “Picture A River Runs Through It,” he suggests. “A river does run parallel with the site, and there’s a bird refuge, golf, fishing, hunting and skiing all nearby, plus spectacular views of the Tetons. This property has it all.” A grand site, however, does not always translate into an inviting home. The challenge faced by Locati and project architect Darin Hoekema, both of Bozeman-based Locati Architects, was to celebrate the glorious setting with a traditional Western vernacular while combining it with the sort of elegant comforts one might associate with the homeowners’ native South. The solution lay in finding a middle ground between rusticity and refinement. Since the house is intended as a getaway for the owners, their grown children and grandchildren, the design was sensitive to the requirements of a multigenerational family. Varied rooflines and angled walls break up the 8,000 square feet of living space into what looks like several smaller structures that might have been joined together over time. “It gives the house the feeling of a compound,” Locati explains. Using regional materials consistent with the environment was a priority, according to Locati. The design team chose sustainably reclaimed timbers and barn boards; Chief Cliff stone, a type of >>

Off-white antique granite countertops and backsplash tiles grace the spacious, airy kitchen, which features custom cream-colored cabinetry. To maintain a sense of openness, the cupboards above the island were built with leaded-glass panels and suspended from the ceiling on hand-forged iron braces. 157


Varied rooflines and angled walls cleverly break up the volumes of the 8,000-squarefoot home, giving it the feel of a house that has changed over time. FACING PAGE: A Chief Cliff stone fireplace is the focal point of the great room. An antique Italian gilded chandelier (rewired for electricity) hangs from the 18-foot-high ceiling.

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Outside influences Drawing from decades of experience designing homes across the nation, interior designer Janet Baker shares her tips for incorporating design influences from beyond the rustic West: Mix it up There are many ways to incorporate your personal style. In addition to furniture and decorative touches like artwork and collectibles, consider fabrics, wall coverings and other ways to add textures and colors. Strive for balance Get an idea of the look you’d like to end up with, then stop, sit down and think it through. In the overall scheme, subtle touches can be as influential as the larger decorative strokes. Not every element has to be spectacular.

Don’t stick with the status quo Don’t feel limited by the prevailing style of the region, or even of the architecture itself. Be true to yourself Once you have a good sense of the landscape and the home’s architecture, ask yourself, “What are the colors and styles that I love, and what would be the most interesting way to bring those influences into this home?” The answer will make your home so much more fun and compelling.

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want to make any big statements of color that would “ We didn’t detract from the natural beauty right there before you.” Janet Baker

slate quarried in Montana; and custom metalwork, including hammered-steel lighting fixtures. And while the house looks genuinely rustic from a distance, a closer view reveals that the materials have been fashioned and finished with subtly smoother surfaces and cleaner lines. “We made contemporary use of old materials,” Locati acknowledges. At every step of the building process, the architects collaborated closely not only with their clients but also, more crucially, with the clients’ longtime interior de-

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signer, Janet Baker, who formally retired from the business a decade ago but nonetheless continues to work closely with the couple. With the aim of “softening all that stone and lumber and steel with a Southern flair,” she chose “light and airy fabrics” for upholstery and window treatments and combed furniture stores and antique shops for elegant old—or, at least, traditionally styled—chandeliers, chairs, armoires and other pieces that contribute touches of gracious style. The design team also took special care to include >>


Shaded bathroom windows frame panoramic views. An antique French cabinet was repurposed as a storage chest, and its color became the accent hue for the rest of the room. A French pearl chandelier hangs from the ceiling, which is paneled in reclaimed barn wood. FACING PAGE: Shaw carpeting and Anderson mahogany flooring subtly ground the luxury of the master bedroom. A custommade bed and settee backed by recycled-oak paneling suit the scale of the 12-foot-tall ceilings accented with recycled-fir timbers.

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Framed arrowhead displays and Cherokee artifacts are lit by a series of blown-glass pendant lights in a hallway. FACING PAGE, LEFT: The powder room’s rustic antique Asian cabinet rests atop an old English-style table. FACING PAGE, RIGHT: The outdoor living area is paved with stone. Baker helped select the upholstery, a durable weatherproof fabric resembling canvas, then dressed up the look with more colorful pillows and throws.

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the clients love, we worked into the design in a “ Almost anything manner that looks like it’s supposed to be there.” Janet Baker

display areas for the clients’ extensive collections—including an impressive array of Cherokee Indian arrowheads, pottery and other artifacts. The overall effect? “When you explore the house, it doesn’t feel rustic at all. It’s warm and clean and light, with a lot of comfortable places,” Locati says. Strengthening the home’s carefully orchestrated interplay of Western and Southern elements is the setting itself. “We drew our color palette from the vista, to bring it inside,” Baker

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explains. “That way, when you enter the living room, its colors carry your eye straight out the windows to the mountains.” Adds Locati, “As you drive toward the house, you experience the whole valley, but as you draw closer, the house blocks the view. Then, when you walk through the front door, you’re suddenly looking right at the Grand Teton. Basically, the house frames and enhances its surroundings. From every room, you feel like you’re part of nature.” o

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Story by Elisabeth A. Sullivan 164

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DIAMOND IN THE ROUGH IN BIG SKY, MONTANA, A RUSTIC-LUXE VACATION HOME CAPTURES THE DRAMA OF ITS UNFORGIVING MOUNTAIN SITE

The house sits on terraces carved out of the steep slope. “When building on a dramatic landscape, you need to be sensitive to the exposure and how you live,” architect Larry Pearson says. “You need to think about where to place a patio or a terrace based on the tracking of the sun and wind.” The 3,700-square-foot house appears to be one with its surroundings.

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More than 8,000 feet up a rocky slope in Big Sky, Montana, tucked in among sub-alpine fir and lodgepole pines, sits a rustic retreat, its exterior clad in the very materials that surround it. Rough-hewn timber is stacked atop a foundation of indigenous coarse-grained rock, which anchors the home into the scree-prone hillside. It’s a contemporary vacation home that’s at one with the windswept mountain, but the weathered façade belies the luxurious living afforded within. “This is a very dramatic location, with commanding views of the Spanish Peaks, and good architecture is about respecting that landscape and harnessing its energy,” says architect Larry Pearson, of Bozeman-based Pearson Design Group. “We took a cue from the backcountry cabins in Glacier National Park and built this house out of natural, regional materials. It needed to feel like it’s been here forever, like it’s part of the landscape.” >>

Architecture by Pearson Design Group interior design by Haven Interior Design Construction by Yellowstone Traditions

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Interior designer Debra Shull balanced the oversized fireplace with a substantial custom sectional sofa; its velvet upholstery is a cozy counterpoint to the rough stone. The custom coffee table is by Yellowstone Traditions. FACING PAGE: The home’s weathered façade offers little hint of the luxurious interiors.

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Constructing the 3,700-square-foot, ski-in/ski-out home was an architectural and engineering feat, as it required building atop a rocky ridge, where a scree field meets the forest. To lay the foundation, the contractor’s team dug down until they hit bedrock, then carved out terraces to create livable outdoor space. “We had to build temporary construction roads—goat trails, in essence—to access the bottom of the house because off of the back patio, the site literally drops down into never-never land,” says contractor Ron Adams, principal of Yellowstone Traditions in Bozeman. “It was intense,” he continues. “We had to take special precautions to prevent the building materials from rolling down.”

Pearson designed the home so that it would respond to the hillside, with multiple levels stepping into and along the slope. He intentionally left the exterior sun-bleached and rustic. “I didn’t want to tame the materials. I wanted to let a rock be a rock and a log be a log,” he says. “But when you move into the interior, you don’t want to feel like you’re living in a barn. I thought the wood should be waxed, oiled and sanded, and soft to the touch.” The building materials used inside the house are just as simple as those used outside, but their application is anything but basic. Organic timbers are >>

The crowd-friendly lower level of the home is primed for après-ski entertaining, with a well-stocked wine cellar, dining area, leather club chairs and a large and inviting custom blue sectional sofa. Reclaimed hardwood floors, structural square beams and stripped logs coexist with more refined wood paneling and hand-carved cabinetry, and all have been given a timeworn patina. FACING PAGE: Anchoring the stairway, Pearson designed a sturdy newel post made from the base of a tree, to look, he says, “as if the house was built up around that tree.”

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ABOVE: Pearson took a gentler approach to the home’s interior details: The wood is waxed, oiled and sanded, making it soft to the touch and giving the interiors textural interest. A cozy reading nook, nicknamed the “Hemingway Hideaway,” features a leather campaign chair. RIGHT: The architect intentionally left the exterior of the house sun-bleached and rustic to help tie the structure into the dramatic landscape. The materials were inspired by backcountry cabins in nearby Glacier National Park.

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surface inside the house has been hand-polished, making it smooth “ Each to the touch. You’re not going to get your clothes hung up on them. That’s the trick: It’s rustic, but it has to be user-friendly.” Ron Adams

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A traditional copper soaking tub gets pride of place in the master bathroom. FACING PAGE: Shull’s choices for the interior complement the architectural elements. In this bedroom, layers of texture from a range of fabrics soften the hard edges of stone and wood. The ample bed and built-in seat are cozy counterpoints to the grand stone fireplace.

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Taking in the view Traditionally, glass would not have been a primary material in a rustic cabin, but the views from this 8,000-foot-high perch called for a generous expanse of windows. “The important thing when building a new house in this style is to make it look structurally sound,” Pearson says. “Wherever I have large windows, I have hewn columns coming down to the stone base, so you can feel the structure being anchored in its foundation. The windows appear to be captured within this solid structure.” Those hewn columns offer the added bonus of helping to ground the home in its environs, Pearson says. “When you look through the glass, you perceive those vertical lines much as you would the trees in a forest, with the

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On a rocky “site like this., building with stone is almost a requirement. It’s important for the house to honor its surroundings. Larry Pearson

juxtaposed with more intricate wood treatments, such as a herringbone pattern on ceiling and doors. Reclaimed hardwood floors, structural square beams and stripped logs coexist with more refined wood paneling and hand-carved cabinetry, and all have been given a timeworn patina. The effect is log cabin chic—as if the home had been lovingly renovated over generations. Interior designer Debra Shull of Bozeman-based Haven Interior Design balanced the cabin’s ample wood and substantial stone with furnishings that run the gamut from “quintessential rustic Western” to more streamlined and contemporary pieces. The style spectrum is evident in Shull’s eclectic choices for seating, which include a twig chair, a leather campaign chair and velvet-upholstered sofas. Soft textures of leather and velvet recur throughout the house, as does a serene palette of blue and green hues. “The furnishings are quieter to keep the focus on the architecture,” she says, “with just a few choice pieces—albeit big pieces—in each room to balance the size of the timbers and the stone.” While this home’s exterior may be as rustic as its spectacular setting, nearly everything within it, from handcrafted finishes to plush furnishings, has been painstakingly refined. The finished house is raw, weathered and organic, yet patinated and polished with care—a pitch-perfect mountaintop retreat. o

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In the guest bedroom, a Moroccan rug, twig chair and other ethnic touches mix with traditional drapes on the contemporary fourposter bed. Each of the home’s three bedrooms is a suite, complete with a sitting area and private bathroom. FACING PAGE, TOP: The home is clad in cedar shingles, sun-bleached timber and local stone. FACING PAGE, BOTTOM: A guest bathroom features an ebonized vanity hand-carved by Yellowstone Traditions.

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ALLISON MERRITT

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

W E LCOM E TO W D C Welcome to the SourceBook of the 2014 Western Design Conference—the preeminent exhibition and sale of museum-quality, functional art in the genre of western design. The finest western-influenced artists from across the country apply to be one of over a hundred exhibitors showcasing their one-of-a-kind works, pieces that capture the essence of both the old and the new West. This year features a new venue for home furnishings and $17,400 in cash prizes donated by our generous sponsors. The Western Design Conference was established 22 years ago by western art enthusiasts and continues to perpetuate the best traditions of western design and craft. Everyone involved shares an interest in and a passion for the West. If you think the splendor of a Jackson Hole autumn is unique, wait until you meet our artists! They will all be on hand during the Exhibit + Sale to answer questions, discuss their work, and perhaps even inspire you to let your imagination run wild. Welcome to a show that honors tradition and encourages fresh perspectives and creativity—a show as spectacularly breathtaking as its surroundings. Welcome to Jackson Hole!

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Cody High Style Show 2013

3532 Cottonwood Avenue Cody, Wyoming 82414

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S CH E D U L E OF EV EN TS THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 4 6PM – 10PM

WDC OPE N IN G PRE VIE W P A R T Y Snow King Center

MONTANA DREAMWEAR

VIP early entry into the Exhibit + Sale allows the public to view award winning craft, meet this year’s artisans, walk through the Designer Show House, Retail Row, and experience a Runway Fashion + Jewelry Show and participate in the live Winners’ Circle Art Auction while enjoying local culinary creations by Café Genevieve and signature cocktails during a festive night of shopping and entertainment.

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 5 – SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 7 10AM – 5PM

WDC E X H IB IT + S A L E

The world’s preeminent exhibition and celebration of what’s happening in the world of western design. Over 100 national artists showcase one-of-a-kind creations of furniture, fashion, jewelry, and home accessories during the 22nd annual Exhibit + Sale sponsored by magazine. View award winning creations – over $17,000 awarded annually. NEW! Don’t miss the Designer Show House, juried artisan creations and custom interior design in a home environment and Retail Row, a unique shopping experience where sought after retailers exhibit up-and-coming fashion trends sponsored by magazine. Catering by E.Leaven Food Company. BEKYE FARGASON

Tickets available online and at the door. WesternDesignConference.com

NORTH RIM GLASS STUDIO

ANNIE BAND JEWLERY

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ROBERTS ENTERPRISES


Art + Function

Creating Award Winning Metalwork Since 1974 “Gilmore has found a way to make firescreens a quantifiable work of art... they are breathtakingly beautiful and flawlessly functional.”

-Western Art & Architecture

Visit Glenn at the Western Design Conference in Jackson, WY • September 4th-7th

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FURNITURE

RAILINGS

www.GilmoreMetal.com | 406.961.1861

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BEST OF SHOW sponsored by: Winners’ Circle Art Auction

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BEST ARTIST - ACCENTS sponsored by: Maggie & Dick Scarlett

$1,000

HONORABLE MENTION - ACCENTS sponsored by: Wyoming Whiskey

$200

BEST ARTIST - ART TO WEAR - FASHION sponsored by: First Interstate Bank

$1,000

HONORABLE MENTION - ART TO WEAR - FASHION $200 sponsored by: Meeteetse Chocolatier BEST ARTIST - ART TO WEAR - JEWELRY sponsored by: Georgene Tozzi

$1,000

HONORABLE MENTION - ART TO WEAR - JEWELRY sponsored by: Mountain Living magazine BEST ARTIST - LEATHER sponsored by: GH Leather HONORABLE MENTION - LEATHER sponsored by: Tito’s Handmade Vodka BEST ARTIST - METAL sponsored by: Fighting Bear Antiques HONORABLE MENTION - METAL sponsored by: Plaza Liquors BEST ARTIST - MIXED MEDIA sponsored: in memory of Bill Fifield HONORABLE MENTION - MIXED MEDIA sponsored by: The Liquor Store & Wine Loft BEST ARTIST - WOODWORKING sponsored by: Ward+Blake Architects HONORABLE MENTION - WOODWORKING sponsored by: Tito’s Handmade Vodka

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JORDAN FINCH – Professor & Master Woodworker Jordan Finch, owner of Finch Woodworks located in VA, has designed and built projects throughout the country and in England, Morocco and Poland. He is also a professor of carpentry and timber framing at the American College of the Building Arts in Charleston, SC. Jordan holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from St. John’s College, Santa Fe, NM and completed an apprenticeship with German-trained, master furniture maker Vicco Von Voss.

RUSH JENKINS – Design Consultant & Curator, WRJ Design Rush Jenkins has worked in the creative design business for over 25 years. Formerly the curator of design for Sotheby’s New York, Rush holds a degree in Fine and Decorative Arts from Sotheby’s Institute of Art in London along with a Bachelor of Arts in Landscape Architecture from the School of Environmental Design at Cal Poly Pomona.

$1,000 JOHN SOLLO – Author & Appraiser, PBS Antique Roadshow $200 $1,000 $200

HISTORICAL CRAFTSMANSHIP sponsored by: Vine Connections & The Ramkowsky Family

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WESTERN SPIRIT sponsored by: Allen & Van Gelder Jackson Hole Sotheby’s International Realty

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SONNY TUTTLE sponsored by: Jim Ciaravella, M.D.

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BEST COLLECTION - ART TO WEAR - FASHION sponsored by: Hickert Land Company

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Paul Bertelli is the senior design principal and president of Jonathan L. Foote & Associates and JLF Design Build. Paul studied architecture at Boston Architectural Center in Boston, MA and at Montana State University in Bozeman. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Environmental Design and a Master of Architecture. For over three decades, JLF & Associates has been at the forefront of modern place-based architecture in the American West.

John Sollo is an authority in the world of 20th-century Modern design, one who has both defined and created the market for Modern decorative arts and furnishings. In person and in print, on television and radio, as lecturer and author, from Los Angeles to New York City, he has brought thousands of collectors to appreciate the appeal of the Modern aesthetic. Author of American Insider’s Guide to 20th Century Furniture and Collecting Modern.

GAYLE C. WATERMAN – Abstract Photographer Gayle Waterman has been a supporter of the WDC since its inception and a former Cody High Style judge. She built a business in historic preservation using reclaimed building materials, designing custom furniture and selling antiques. With her late husband she designed and restored a circa 1800 barn and made it into their home in Colorado, which was published in Barn Preservation and Adaptation.

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A WA R D W IN N ER S ROSS CUSTOM LEATHER

BEST OF SHOW $5,000 Ross Custom Leather, Anne Ross sponsored by: Winners’ Circle Art Auction BEST ARTIST - Accents $1,000 North Rim Glass Studio, Jared and Nicole Davis sponsored by: Maggie & Dick Scarlett

MATT LITZ SILVERSMITH

HONORABLE MENTION - Accents $200 Shelly Hoist Laha ‘Ole Palm Art sponsored by: Wyoming Whiskey BEST ARTIST - Art to Wear - Fashion $1,000 Gauteraux & Company, Jade-Ann Robinson sponsored by: Snow King Hotel HONORABLE MENTION - Art to Wear - Fashion $200 Montana Dreamwear, Celeste Sotola sponsored by: Cowgirl Magazine BEST ARTIST - Art to Wear - Jewelry $1,000 Matt Litz Silversmith, Matt Litz sponsored by: Georgene Tozzi

SEIDEL’S SADDLERY

HONORABLE MENTION - Art to Wear - Jewelry $200 Nick Cunningham sponsored by: Mountain Living Magazine BEST ARTIST - Leather $1,000 Seidel’s Saddlery, Keith Seidel sponsored by: GH Leather HONORABLE MENTION - Leather $200 Chapman Design, Chris Chapman sponsored by: Wyoming Whiskey BEST ARTIST - Metal $1,000 Gilmore Architectural Blacksmith Studio, Glenn Gilmore sponsored by: Fighting Bear Antiques HONORABLE MENTION - Metal $200 Dragon Forge, Craig and Rory May sponsored by: Dynamic Custom Homes

D. REDINGTON DESIGN

BEST ARTIST - Mixed Media $1,000 D. Redington Design, Dakota R. Pratt sponsored by: Vine Connections HONORABLE MENTION - Mixed Media $200 Rusty Nail Design, Jason Clary sponsored by: The Liquor Store & Wine Loft TIE BEST ARTIST - Woodworking $1,200 SPLIT TIE Elegantly Twisted, Randy E. Holden Henneford Fine Furniture, Steve Henneford sponsored by: Ward+Blake Architects and Tito’s Handmade Vodka

THE ART MAKER

HISTORICAL CRAFTSMANSHIP $1,000 J.L. Blair Saddlery, John L. Blair sponsored by: The Wort Hotel WESTERN SPIRIT $1,000 The Art Maker, Donna Merchant-Crook sponsored by: Lora A. Sandroni SONNY TUTTLE $1,000 Kit Carson Design, Kit Carson sponsored by: Jim Ciaravella, M.D. BEST COLLECTION - Art to Wear - Fashion $1,000 Montana Dreamwear, Celeste Sotola sponsored by: Stockton & Shirk Interior Designs BEST COLLECTION - Art to Wear - Jewelry $1,000 Brit West, Brittain Roberts sponsored by: Meeteetse Chocolatier PEOPLE’S CHOICE $3,000 Skyhorse Saddle Company, Lisa and Loren Skyhorse sponsored by: First Interstate Bank EXHIBITORS’ CHOICE $1,000 Chapman Design, Chris Chapman sponsored by: WRJ Design

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FOR QUA LI T Y YOU CAN’ T FI N D, AND SER V I C E YO U CAN’T BUY.

mikescustomjewelers.com · (801) 263-3531

The place where friends gather. Friends gather around the fire to relax, enjoy each other’s company and tell tales. The warmth brings out the best in people. For over 20 years WarmStone Fireplaces and Designs has been building some of the most efficient, clean burning fireplaces in the world—fireplaces that warm heart and home. Prepare the guest room, your friends may be staying.

WarmStone Fireplaces and Designs Visit our showroom at 116 North B Street, Livingston, Montana 406-333-4383 • www.warmstone.com

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ACCENTS This category encompasses an eclectic grouping of functional art made from antler, ceramics, fiber, glass, leather, metal, or wood. All pieces are usable and would be identified as art by just about any viewer.

SHELLEY HOIST, LAHA ‘OLE PALM ART

DR. JAMES CIARAVELLA

JENNIFER HERSHMAN

6030 Line Ave, Ste 500 Shreveport, LA 71106

37184 S. Valley Creek Rd. Arlee, MT 59821

318.469.6298 jim@westernmirrors.com westernmirrors.com

406.544.3065 galleriagourds@aol.com

Dr. C’s Designs

Galleria Gourds

New Orleans born James Ciaravella, MD spent his early years in Arizona, which instilled in him a love of western history, lore, and environment. He spends time in both Wyoming and Louisiana, creating furnishings that embody the essence of the Old West. In addition to oil painting and sculpting, Jim revels in making one-of-a-kind pieces of functional art combining antique western artifacts with hand-tooled leather and hides.

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Jennifer Fisher Hershman spent her life exposed to the creativity of her father, Master Gunsmith, Jerry Fisher. Through this exposure she has become an award winning gourd artist. Her work is currently on display at the “Going to the Sun” gallery in Whitefish, Montana and was recently featured in Montana Women magazine.

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ACCENTS JANNA ANTHONY

JENNY BOOTH

11333 3800 Rd. Paonia, CO 81428

PO Box 216 Burlington, WY 82411

970.527.7200 janna@jannajane.com jannajane.com

307.899.9299 jennylindbooth@gmail.com jennyboothart.com

Janna Jane Originals

J Booth Art An accomplished outdoorswoman and competitive equestrian, artist Jenny Booth has been carving for 25 years. She debuted as an exhibitor at Cody High Style 2012, and received the event’s 2012 and 2013 Peoples’ Choice Award. Jenny embraces the challenge of carving: starting with a solid and removing material to bring to life the art that is in her mind’s vision. She strives to capture the kinetic feel of life’s flow and pushes her own envelope with new designs, subjects and patterns.

Janna Anthony is a Colorado-based artist who designs and manufactures home furnishings and accessories. Specializing in the use of bison fur and leather, Janna has become an expert in designing home accents using techniques found nowhere else. Her custom, utilitarian art pieces accent both modern and rustic homes.

GEORGINE ARCHER

JARED & NICOLE DAVIS

213 Main St. Stevensville, MT 59870

191 Hwy. 92 Crawford, CO 81415

406.360.3698 lasilks@gmail.com lisaarchersilks.com

970.921.4527 northrimglass@gmail.com northrimglassstudio.com

North Rim Glass Studio

Lisa Archer Silks Georgine Lisa Archer is the owner of Lisa Archer Silks in Stevensville, Montana. Her hand-painted silk accessories, jackets, and wedding canopies are one-of-a-kind creations inspired by the natural wonders of the Bitterroot Valley. Educated in New York City, Georgine blends East Coast sophistication with western flair.

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Crawford, Colorado’s North Rim Glass Studio is owned and operated by artists Jared and Nicole Davis. With over 30 years of combined glass experience, including a twoyear apprenticeship with Swedish glass masters Jan-Erik Ritzman and Sven Åke Carlsson, the pair has created a successful business specializing in custom lighting and one-of-a-kind fine art. Nicole’s creations have a strong western influence with a contemporary flair, and are inspired by her Colorado experiences and love of Scandinavian design.


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Shelley Hoist, Laha ‘Ole Palm Art Award winning, natural fiber artist from Hawaii, Shelley Hoist showcases her innovative work created from various types of palm sheaths. Resembling leather, wood or fabric, the material remains lightweight and durable. These functional vessels and stand alone art pieces evoke a sculptural elegance, bringing texture and warmth to many décors.

~ Visit our furniture showroom at 745 W. Broadway, Jackson

(307) 733-0274 | www.stocktonandshirk.com

2012 and 2013 People’s Choice Award Winner

J BOOTH ART 307.899.9299 www.jennyboothart.com jenny@jennyboothart.com

HOME.. Where the Buffalo roam. Custom home furnishings by Janna Jane Originals, LLC 970-527-7200 • JannaJane.com Bedding by The Linen Kist at Vail / Beaver Creek

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F A S H I ON In this category, artists explore and expand the limits of the imagination and the style of the American West. You will find beautifully crafted pieces to “dress West” from head-to-toe.

GINA PANNORFI

ANDRES TSAGAS

SCOTT WAYNE EMMERICH

974 S. Monaco Pkwy Denver, CO 80224

El Paso, TX 310.709.8236

720.296.6614 atsagas@gmail.com atsagasfursandleather.com

A. Tsagas Furs & Leather

scottwaynesworld51@yahoo.com

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Boots by Falconhead ,

For over three decades Greek born designer Andreas Tsagas has been creating handmade, one- of-akind fur and leather. His inspiration—the 70’s, rock n roll, and rodeo queens—has set him apart from others. Each piece is a unique representation of a forgotten art and features locally-sourced leathers, antlers, fur pelts and semi-precious stones. Tsagas takes pride in Made in the USA.

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Scott Wayne Originals For more than twenty-five years, Scott Wayne Emmerich has pushed the envelope of western design and the art of handmade cowboy boots. Creation of such pieces as “40 Roses of Our Lady Guadalupe” and “The Mexican” has earned Scott numerous awards and recognition across the globe.


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JADE-ANN ROBINSON & RYDER GAUTERAUX

PO Box 2765 Basalt, CO 81621

PO Box 1656 Redmond, OR 97756

970.331.9813

541.771.7533 jadeannrobinson@gmail.com gauteraux.com

gail@coyotecouturecolorado.com

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Gauteraux & Company

Coyote Couture Gail Orrick created Coyote Couture to showcase the beauty of the Rocky Mountain coyote. The elevation and cold temperatures of the region provide the per fect environment for the fur to develop into a spectacular array of colors. Coyote Couture has been on exhibit at the Buffalo Bill Museum and the C.M. Russell Museum. Gail was a featured designer at Santa Fe Fashion week, and is a juried designer with Designers at The Essex House, New York City.

Raised on the road by a 1978 women’s professional rodeo world champion and with an appreciation for her Native American heritage, free-spirited Jade-Ann Robinson learned the skills necessary to create extraordinary mosaic beadwork. Through the years, she has cultivated her craft into a line of coveted custom western wear. Her intricate, vibrant beading style can be seen on custom boots, Native American style belts, bracelets, and purses through Gauteraux & Company.

GINA PANNORFI

BARBARA GRIMES

741 North Leavitt Chicago, IL 60612

809 Camino Vistas Encantada Santa Fe, NM 87507

773.573.0970 info@ginapannorfi.com ginapannorfi.com

505.424.7771 studio 505.603.3720 cell

Gina Pannorfi

barbaragrimes@gossamerwingssantafe.com

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Gossamer Wings Santa Fe

A graduate of the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Gina Pannor fi launched her first season’s collection in 2004. Her award-winning line has been carried in more than one hundred specialty boutiques and museum stores worldwide. As the company continues to evolve, so does Pannor fi’s unmistakable style. Her one-of-a-kind scarves, shawls and wraps are individually crafted, hand-dyed silk is puckered and gathered when merged by hand with merino wool.

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Barbara Grimes has been designing for many years, specializing in elaborate beadwork on suede, leather, and shearling garments for both women and men. Most of her beaders have been practicing their art all their lives, and Barbara teaches them her personal style. Her extensive collection includes a variety of hand-laced beaded jackets, tops, skirts, pants, ponchos, shearling coats, blanket jackets, and cocktail dresses, all made of luxury suedes and leathers imported mainly from Italy and Spain.

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FA S H I ON JAMIE LAVENSTEIN

MARGE, TAM AND DASH TAYLOR

40 Center St. Jackson , WY 83001

PO Box 426 Fromberg, MT 59029

307.733.2422 hideoutleathers@gmail.com hideoutleathers.com

Hide Out Leather Apparel

406.668.7773 legends@leatherlegends.com

Leather Legends Leather Legends is a family business with over 50 years of western culture. Three generations now bring a wealth of diversity to our designs while maintaining a deep rooted desire to stay true to western traditions. Our designs are inspired by the Plains Indians, ranching, rodeo, and showing culture.

When Jamie bought the Hide Out she was 25 years old. Now Hide Out Leathers is the oldest retail store on the town square, having never moved or changed ownership in 40 years. They treat everyone with courtesy and great service, creating special orders and custom sizes for customers from cowboys to presidents.

LINDA CLEVE

MICHELLE JULENE

109 Rd. 8WC Clark, WY 82435

50 King St. Jackson, WY 83001

307.254.6024 lindacleve60@gmail.com

307.277.4527 mysticcowgirl@gmail.com michellejulenecouture.com

Linda Cleve Collections

Michelle Julene Couture

Linda Cleve has been involved with fabrics and textiles for most of her life. This tradition was passed down through her grandmother and aunt to her. Cleve was trained as a designer, and has multiple degrees. Her career has included designing glass stemware, stained glass commissions, furniture, interior commercial spaces, and textiles. Her work is exhibited in national galleries and shows, and is included in the Smithsonian and Corning Museums.

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Often referred to as the “Versace of the West�, Michelle Julene grew up in Wyoming. She finds inspiration in the wild, raw beauty of the mountains she loves, incorporating fur, stones, pearls and elk bone to push the boundaries of traditional fashion trends. Julene received Designer of the Year 2003 from the Western Design Conference, and Best Collections 2004, 2007 and 2008. Be sure to visit her new gallery in Jackson Hole, like no place else in the West.


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OLIVE PARKER

PO Box 178 Basin, MT 59631

2497 Home Acres Rd. Stevensville, MT 59870

406.225.3909 sotola7@aol.com montanadreamwear.com

406.381.0284

Montana Dreamwear

olive@montanaleatherdesigns.com

montanaleatherdesigns.com

Montana Leather Designs Olive Parker creates intricately carved and painted leather accessories. Her carvings are inspired by found feathers and leaves, and many of her jewelry pieces feature Montana sapphires that she mines in the nearby Sapphire Mountain Range. From her studio in western Montana, Parker produces one of-a-kind carved leather and wood mirrors, custom table runners and dining accessories, bold fashion belts, and gemstone leather jewelry. She received the People’s Choice Award at the 2012 Western Design Conference.

Created in the Rocky Mountains of Montana, Montana Dreamwear presents an extraordinary wearable, art couture collection inspired by dramatic mountain storms, wildflower meadows, quivering quaking aspens, and the sweet scent of alpine firs. Artist Celeste Sotola has expanded her repertoire to include Montana Dreamwear Bride, a collection of fine-art couture gowns, hats, veils, and accessories for the contemporary bride. Montana Dreamwear is a romantic language of attire capturing the mysticism of the Great American West.

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MATT MORAN & JILL MORIARTY

JESSE CALL

28 N. Main St. Buffalo, WY 82834

PO Box 344 Cimarron, CO 81220

307.751.0326 (Matt) 307.751.8101 (Jill) morangear@gmail.com mattmorancustomleather.com bellablingshop.com

614.507.5859 jesse@westerngrace.com westerngrace.com

Westerngrace

Twin M is a coincidental collaboration. Jill Moriarty had been creating her “Bell Mare” merino sweater designs for one year, and Matt Moran had ventured from making saddles to totes and belts. They found inspiration in one another’s designs and began creating a “New West” look, completely sourced and finished in the West.

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After graduating from design school, Westerngrace founder Jesse Call designed for Cruel Girl and then interned with the “Rhinestone Rembrandt”, Manuel. Now, Call is now making her own mark in western apparel—apparel made of fine quality fabrics, handmade patterns and hand-stitching in every garment. Her clothing evokes the Western spirit and culture, from working cowboys to history-making cowgirls. And, as only the West would have it, Westerngrace is proudly made in Colorado, USA.

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Leather Legends

Leather Legends is a family business with over 50 years of western culture. 406.668.7773 • leatherlegends.com

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J E W EL RY Western artists blend silver, gold, precious and semi-precious stones, turquoise, coral, antique china, and other materials to create one-of-a-kind jewelry and accessory pieces.

BRIT WEST

ANNIE BAND

ASHLEIGH BRANSTETTER

PO 710 Wilson, WY 83014

201 St. Charles Ave. Suite 114-327 New Orleans, LA 70170

307.690.0972 annieband5@gmail.com annieband.com

504.598.6272 ashleigh@ashleighbranstetter.com

ashleighbranstetter.com

Annie Band Jewelry

Ashleigh Branstetter

Annie Band’s jewelry is influenced by her background in wildlife biology; she is especially drawn to create animal totem pieces. The artist hand-sculpts each unique piece in recycled silver or bronze; gems are also recycled. She inscribes a special message on the reverse of each design.

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Award-winning designer Ashleigh Brandstetter crafts striking, effortlessly stylish pieces for both men and women in sterling and 18k gold with gemstones, diamonds and pearls using traditional jewelry techniques.

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JE W EL RY JACK WALKER

SUSAN ADAMS

255 N. Glenwood PO Box 1006 Jackson, WY 83001

255 N. Glenwood PO Box 1006 Jackson, WY 83001

307.739.1940 info@cayusewa.com cayusewa.com

307.739.1940 info@cayusewa.com cayusewa.com

Cayuse Western Americana

Cayuse Western Americana Born and still based in Richmond, Virginia, Susan Adams received her MFA from Cranbrook Academy of Art and has spent more than 20 years refining her craft. Her gold and silverwork is inspired by Wyoming pack trips. Versatility, skill, and meticulous attention to detail allow Susan to design and produce unique decorative objects, jewelry, hollowware, and commissioned projects, such as the cowgirl logo for The National Cowgirl Museum. Susan is a three-time award winner at the Western Design Conference.

Growing up as the son of antique dealers in Santa Fe, New Mexico, Jack had the opportunity to examine early Pueblo and Navajo jewelry, and even earlier pieces from their Spanish mentors. He created his line of unique stamped ID bracelets combined with leather, and the rest is history. All of Jack’s unisex pieces are completely handhammered, hand cut, shaped and stamped by his hands, and all have the feel of an old friend right from the start.

RICK DUNKERLEY

JOHN GLOSSA

1675 Lakeside Dr. Suite 102 Reno, NV 89509

PO Box 486 Dillon, MT 59725 541.367.8857 johnglossa@gmail.com johnglossa.com

775.825.4817 jetten@hcknives.com hcknives.com

Heritage Collectables

John Glossa Jewelry

Born in Pennsylvania, Rick served in the U.S. Air Force and began making stainless steel hunter’s and utility knives, along with forging carbon steel knives and creating Damascus steel. He is a long-time member of the American Bladesmith Society and received his Journeyman Smith rating in 1995. This full-time knifemaker spends two months each fall as an outfitter in Montana’s Scapegoat Wilderness. Rick now specializes in Damascus folding knives, and enjoys making Bowie or Persian-style straight knives.

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Nearly 30 years have flown by since John attended the Gemological Institute of America in California to become a Graduate Gemologist after receiving a bachelor’s degree in Geology. John has owned custom jewelry stores in western Colorado and Oregon. Teaching jewelry classes has permitted John to meet many talented artists, and he still gets fired up by the creative process of working with gems and metals.


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MATT LITZ

3635 Collins Ln. Virginia Beach, VA 23452

1 Daniel Court Iowa Park, TX 76367

757-463-2443 lynn@lynnharrisberger.com LynnHarrisberger.com

940.636.9799 mattlitzsilversmith@gmail.com

Lynn Harrisberger

Handcrafted Fine Art Jewelry Award-winning Virginia Beach, VA artist, Lynn Harrisberger “Romances the Stone� with precious metals, creating distinctive, western inspired jewelry to celebrate your inner spirit. Her newest work culminates in the Turquoise Trail Collection featuring rare Nevada Blue Moon Turquoise, fulfilling her lifelong quest to mine this beautiful American gem.

Matt Litz Silversmith Growing up in a ranching family, Matt Litz has always had a love for the western way of life. This self-trained silversmith built his first belt buckle in 2004 and has been crafting silver ever since. Litz focuses on creating highquality work and his persistence has paid off. His buckles are worn by professional rodeo cowboys in the Texas Hall of Fame, the Resistol Hat Man of the Year, and winners in the Fort Worth Stock Show.


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The Finest in Hand Carved Leather Accessories

J.L. Blair Saddlery

2013 Best Artist Historical Craftsmanship

307.358.3232

195 Hwy 59 • Douglas, WY 82633

jlblairsaddlery.com

willsdrms@yahoo.com

Best of Show Western Design Conference 2013 Gear – Accessories Jewelry – Interior Objects Anne@RossCustomLeather.com 434-294-7528

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Buy, Sell, Consignment, Estate Liquidator Tammy Coy PO Box 2184 1150 Hwy. 22 Jackson, WY 83001 Estate-Collectables.com 307.690.6777

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LEATHER Leather has long been used in functional art, ranging from furniture to picture frames. This category displays hand tooling and leather manipulation of exquisite quality and craftsmanship.

JOHN RULE SADDLERY

CHRIS CHAPMAN

KELLY RICHE

75 Deer Trail Ave. Carbondale, CO 81623

2246 N. Hwy 33 Plattsburg, MO 64477

970.963.9580

816.539.0048 kelriche@gmail.com hide-n-scene.com

chapmandesigninc@comcast.net

chapmandesigninc.com

Chapman Design

Hide-N-Scene

An artist since she was a young child, Chris Chapman spent the early part of her career involved in historical research and reproduction work. More recently, Chapman has focused her talents on the creation of leather bonded furniture and home accessories. From enormous armoires and tables to mirrors, custom cabinetry and bars, Chapman’s work brings a fresh, original perspective to the medium. Her most recent awards include 2013 Exhibitors Choice and Honorable Mention at the Western Design Conference in Jackson, Wyoming.

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Artist Kelly Riche says, “It’s leather! Many colors and kinds of leather! And it’s not a picture!” In her work, leather “Hides” become beautiful “Scenes.” Some are cultivated from her imagination, others composed from photos. Using scissors to cut the leather then layering it gives the picture its depth. The artist looks forward to sharing the unique product of her enjoyment.

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LEA T H E R JOHN L. BLAIR

JOHN DAVID RULE

195 Hwy. 59 Douglas, WY 82633

776 C.R. 1210 Minco, OK 73059

307.358.3232 jlblair@vcn.com jblairsaddlery.com

405.459.6211 donakayrule@yahoo.com

J.L. Blair Saddlery

John Rule Saddlery John David Rule grew up as a cowboy in Oklahoma City. He began studying art at a young age, eventually working for and owning the National Saddlery Company. This saddle maker, artist, rancher and Master Falconer now lives and works at his studio and saddle shop on his ranch in Minco, Oklahoma. He has built World Champion saddles for the PRCA, and built the Oklahoma Centennial saddle, which is on permanent display at the Oklahoma History Museum.

Wyoming native and second-generation saddlemaker John L. Blair studied under his father and has more than 35 years experience at his craft. Each of his saddles and other products, from leather floors to boots, is a creation built with special attention to details, quality and durability, using traditional methods and materials. His work has been shown around the world, and in 2013, Blair was awarded the Best Artist Historical Craftmanship award at the Western Design Conference.

SUPAYA GRAY WOLFE

NANCY MARTINY

3483 W. Center Ln. Camp Verde, AZ 86322

159 Hooper Ln. May, ID 83253

928.587.1990 supayagraywolfe@gmail.com

208-876-4227 martinysaddle@yahoo.com martinysaddle.com

Many Tears

Martiny Saddle Company Twenty shows with the Western Design Conference has truly been an inspiration. Working with serious collectors and interior designers such as Schuler & Stone has been a blessing. The next journey involves opening the door way to the WDC for the many new artisans, and passing the inspiration on!

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As the owner of Martiny Saddle Company, Nancy Martiny is entering her 27th year of saddlemaking. Her introduction to leatherwork came in high school, with help from her father. Basics in saddlemaking came later, with lessons from master saddlemaker Dale Harwood. Nancy strives to improve both her mechanics and artwork.


L EA T H E R KEITH SEIDEL

WILL SNYDER

1200 Sheridan Ave. Cody, WY 82414

1512 11th Ave. S. Great Falls, MT 59405

307.587.1200 18keith@gmail.com

406.403.3268 willsdrms@yahoo.com

Seidel’s Saddlery

Will’s Dreams Unique Leather Art

Keith Seidel began his leatherworking career at the age of 12, working at the boot shop in his hometown of Cody, Wyoming. He has studied under dozens of saddle makers and built hundreds of saddles during his career. Seidel specializes in creating highly-decorated and heavily-tooled leather goods, including saddles, briefcases, desk accessories, and belts, many of them mounted with silver and gold. This multi-awardwinning artist has been featured in a number of national and regional magazines.

Western New Mexico native Will Snyder developed a fascination for tooling leather in 1959, watching his cousin make a rodeo queen crown. He began tooling in 4-H, later learning saddle making in Amarillo in the early 80s. He began building mirrors while working for the Buck Flynn Company of Lamy, New Mexico, and later, in 2005, developed the continuous rolled-edge technique around his mirrors.

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M ET A L From hand-pounded silver to hand-forged iron, this category encompasses heirloom-quality pieces of art that any collector or homeowner would be proud to display.

STERLING AND STEEL

CLINT ORMS

DAVID PERKINS

255 N. Glenwood PO Box 1006 Jackson, WY 83001

1108 State Route 662 W. Newburgh, IN 47630 812.454.0860 david@davidperkinsdesigns.com davidperkinsdesigns.com

307.739.1940 info@cayusewa.com cayusewa.com

Cayuse Western Americana

David Perkins Metalworks

Widely recognized as the best buckle maker working today, Clint’s work reflects the tradition and heritage of vintage western silver, and takes the aesthetic far beyond those who have come before. The hand worked pieces reflect designs that Clint has created, or they can be completely custom artworks to reflect a client’s lifestyle.

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David is an Indiana blacksmith, artist, and ironmonger whose passion for ironwork has resulted in 40 years of hammering, welding, and burning metal. You don’t want to miss the unveiling of his masterpiece, the Native American inspired “Chief Bed.” David would love to hear your ideas for creating your personal masterpiece!

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METAL CRAIG & RORY MAY

GARRY UNDERWOOD

1498 Mount Evans Blvd. Pine, CO 80470

7090 Valley Road Alliance, NE 69301

303.838.1302 craig@dragonforgeltd.com

308.760.2522 drycreekdesign@hotmail.com drycreekdesign.net

Dragon Forge

Dry Creek Design

Colorado blacksmith Craig hails from Deming, New Mexico. He successfully shoed horses until a demonstration at a conference drove him to pursue the craft of blacksmithing with a new passion. Craig visualizes designs that he is then able to hammer and fire into 3-D works of functional art. He is inspired by nature, architecture, his fellow craftsmen and most of all, the clients who motivate him to create something beautiful, original and unique.

History is what inspires Garry’s work and he labors to preserve it through his metal sculptures. Garry, a retired rancher from the Sand Hills of Nebraska has always been an artist. He has worked with many mediums, but for the past 17 years life size metal sculptures have been his passion. He, his friends, and family scour old homesteads and junk yards to find unique metal pieces to build his one-of-a-kind sculptures.

GLENN GILMORE

MIKE AND JULIE DUMAS

PO Box 961 Hamilton, MT 59840

124 Otra Dr. Ivins, UT 84738

406. 961.1861 glenn@gilmoremetal.com gilmoremetal.com

435.619.5458

Gilmore Architectural Blacksmith Studio

mike@mikedumascopperdesigns.com

mikedumascopperdesigns.com

Mike Dumas Copper Designs

Glenn Gilmore has been creating artistic forged metalwork since 1974. His reputation for creating visually stunning fireplace doors and screens has earned him commissions from around the globe. Gilmore finds inspiration from the natural world, his travels, studies, and the work at hand. Numerous books and magazines have featured his work, and he was a 2012 United Artists Fellowship nominee, one of 300 artists selected in the nation.

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Mike Dumas, a copper artist of 15 years, and his wife Julie, a glass artist, collaborate to create imaginative and functional art for clients across the country. They enjoy working in their small business, inspired by the beauty of the desert they call home.


METAL ROBERT HENDRICK

MICHAEL ROUTE

429 C S. Chestnust St. Nashville, TN 37219

PO Box 105 114 Wisconsin Ave. North Frederic, WI 54837

615.576.0797 robert@railyardstudios.com railyardstudios.com

Railyard Studios

715.371.0034 mike@redironstudios.com redironstudios.com

Red Iron Studio Michael Route founded Red Iron Studio in 2008, focusing on custom and sculptural ironwork. He exhibits at craft shows across the country and has worked on both public and private commissions. The artist says, “The work is hot, loud, and dirty. I try to give a warm fluid feel to my work with a material that is known to be cold and rigid. My hope is that my work can give people a new and interesting visual experience of form and function.”

We are artisans, but we are also hard working railroaders. We’ve sweat on the tracks with a shovel in our hands and the sound of a spiking hammer ringing in our ears. We take pride in our work. And it is with pride that we pass it from our hands to yours.

JODIE BLISS

NICOLE & HARRY HANSEN

143 Washington St. Monument, CO 80132

921 J St. Salida, CO 81201

719.244.8992 blissjodie@gmail.com artbybliss.com

Sculpture Bliss

719.539.5499 hammernfire@gmail.com sterlingandsteel.com

Sterling and Steel

Jodie Bliss hails from the beautiful Rocky Mountains of Colorado. She holds a BFA and MFA in Sculpture. Jodie’s steel work is both forged and fabricated and revolves around the theme of “Forged Identity.” She specializes in fine art sculpture, home decor, custom signs and hardware.

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The marriage of sterling and steel reflects our own marriage, a collaboration drawn from the best parts of contrasting natures. We are “Sterling and Steel,” one of us born to the trades of welding and shipbuilding, the other the precise work of goldsmiths, hand-forging heirlooms for a modern world.

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Hand-made wilderness chairs, built in the forest

Bringing comfort from the wild hills to your home sabiwoods.com

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M I X E D M ED I A Artists present functional works using a collaboration of materials. These creations incorporate a showcase of multiple techniques, textures, and mediums. This category knows no limit and pushes the envelope of design and artistry.

THE PEAK ANTLER COMPANY

ATTILA BEKES

ERIC SUTTON

914 Road 18 Powell, WY 82435

11127 Bighorn Loop Piedmont, SD 57769

307.272.6459

605.390.5414 windysutton6@gmail.com behindthetimesfurniture.com

mudpitboarder@aim.com

Bekes Wooden Bicycles

Behind The Times Furniture

The Hungarian born Attila “Ati” Bekes designs, engineers and hand sculpts every bicycle and piece of furniture that can be ridden and showcased for all to appreciate. He creates his masterpieces with stack laminated plywood. One day a thought came to him to build a wooden beach cruiser. Sketches, calculations and measurements finally became a reality in the spring of 2010 when Ati built his first bicycle, Chrissy’s Cruiser. Only hours after completing his first masterpiece, his wife rode it 5 miles in a local beach cruiser race.

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Eric Sutton has been rock climbing and making furniture in the Black Hills of South Dakota for more than 20 years. His company, Behind The Times Furniture, describes how he builds furniture as well as how he climbs; a bold, traditional style that honors and captures the natural beauty of the West.

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MIX ED M EDI A TROY EVANS

RUTH ROBERTSON

4302 Hwy. 87 South Roundup, MT 59072

4963 Kelso Rd. Boulder, CO 80301

406.672.6777 troy@blockhorsedesigns.com blockhorsedesigns.com

303.520.2414

Blockhorse Designs

ruth@coloradocustomrockers.com

coloradocustomrockers.com

Colorado Custom Rockers The artist was challenged with finding a unique gift for her husband’s 50th birthday in the spirit of his love for all things western, and was inspired to create a chair with cowboy flair. She designed a chair that “rocks.” Robertson incorporates elements of the western lifestyle in every rocker she creates, including solid wood frames, leather chaps and vintage boots. Much like western culture, there’s a little whimsy and a little wild in every piece.

Troy Evans was raised on a Montana ranch, and his studio now sits on his family’s ranch. Evans sculpts in wood, iron and gemstone, and paints in oil, silver, marble and turquoise dust. He is influenced by Moorish culture, which he considers the origin of western design.

DAKOTA PRATT

SANDY FIFIELD

1500 E. Riverside Dr., #113 Austin, TX 78741

PO Box 366 Conifer, CO 80433

614.352.8200 dakotarpratt@gmail.com dakotapratt.com

303.838.5072 macfifield@att.net digdeepinoneplace.com

D. Redington Design

Fifield’s, The Studio

Dakota Redington Pratt is an award-winning artist who most recently won the Mixed Media Best of Show at the Western Design Conference. Having grown up in a family of artists and practicing his craft since the age of seven, Pratt’s focus is on functional sculptures and contemporary furniture. His everyday objects are enticing pieces of fine art that immediately attract us like a good can of Campbell soup on the shelf, while the intelligence of his design makes us greatly appreciate his strong artistic capability.

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Fifield’s, THE STUDIO is the partnership of Bill and Sandy Fifield. Founded in 1968, the artists worked together to create custom pieces in wood, glass and metal. Since Bill’s death in 2013, Sandy has completed wood carving and twig projects that Bill started. She recently returned to work in her chosen medium of fused glass, and welcomes commission work in stained and fused glass.


MIX ED M EDI A KYLE ANDERSON

JOHN DAVID RULE

65 S. Glenwood St. Jackson , WY 83002

776 C.R. 1210 Minco, OK 73059

307.732.2112 gametrailgatherings@wyom.net gametrailgatherings.com

405.459.6211 donakayrule@yahoo.com

Game Trail Gatherings

John Rule Saddlery John David Rule grew up as a cowboy in Oklahoma City. He began studying art at a young age, eventually working for and owning the National Saddlery Company. This saddle maker, artist, rancher and Master Falconer now lives and works at his studio and saddle shop on his ranch in Minco, Oklahoma. He has built World Champion saddles for the PRCA, and built the Oklahoma Centennial Saddle, which is on permanent display at the Oklahoma History Museum.

For Kyle Anderson, raw materials collected from the wild provide the perfect medium to convey appreciation for the natural world. Always on the look for inspiration and ideas, he says, “A person needs several lifetimes to satisfy all of the creative cravings I find myself experiencing.” His fascination with time and its effect on plants, animals, and landscapes has led him to a unique style he calls “a collaboration with nature.”

JUSTIN PALMER

KEVIN CLARK

14594 Hwy. 212 Charlo, MT 59824

1535 Hwy. 50 Delta, CO 81416

406.260.7847 jpalmer@blackfoot.net

970.874.0884 kco@kaycee.net kevinclarkoriginals.com

Justin Palmer Creative Design

Kevin Clark Originals

Justin Palmer has a long career with custom cabinetry, furniture and log scribing. His work can be seen in the Yellowstone Club and the Warren Miller Lodge. This talented craftsman brings excellent design and spirit into each of his projects.

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For more than 30 years, Kevin Clark has been creating original art from his home in Delta, Colorado. He works in many mediums, including bronze, glass, iron, and copper. He specializes in custom lighting, carved glass, railing, fireplace overlays and bronze artwork. Clark pulls his inspiration from nature and all forms of art, past and present.

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MIX ED M EDI A SANDY MAGUIRE

TIM WONNACOT & RYAN COLE

605 20 Road Grand Junction, CO 81507

14550 N. Broken Horn Rd. Boise, ID 83714

970.243.1419 newwestdesigns@bresnan.net

208.941.2043 oldrootsart@gmail.com oldrootsart.com

New West Designs

Old Roots

Artist Sandy Maguire loves the West and all things western! Born on a ranch in western Colorado, Sandy still rides well-trained Quarter Horses and loves to fish. She is an avid reader of western mystery novels and a self-taught artist.

Tim “Timbers” Wonnacot is a passionate wood/tree/barn reclaimer with a focus on creating rustic, western art that both honors history and memorializes his father, who passed away in a timbering accident. He enjoys the retreat of the Old Roots “Man Cave” in his own private Idaho, with his dear friend and cohort in creation “Doc” Ryan Cole. He adheres to the tenet, “Build it well, your signature will last longer than you do.”

RICHARD W. HEIDORN

DONNA MERCHANT-CROOKS

257 Volk Rd. Webster , NY 14580

1905 E. Hwy. 160

585.671.8254 585.314.2366 cell agas33@aol.com

970.903.3405 merchantcrooks@gmail.com merchant-crooks.com

Pagosa Springs, CO 81147

rockymountainwildlifefurniture.com

Rocky Mountain Wildlife Furniture

The Artmaker

Born in upstate New York but spending many teenage years in Cuervo, New Mexico, Dick was inspired by the history of the West. He now creates functional pieces that are one-of-a-kind, using steel, redwood, leather and antlers. His designs and creations are limitless, expressing the natural beauty of the American West.

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Merchant-Crooks lives in the San Juan Mountains of southern Colorado at the base of Wolf Creek Pass—her shop and studio are located on the 2Boss Lady Ranch. The self-taught artist believes a person can do anything in increments. Her large and diverse body of work can be found in collectors’ homes and businesses across the country.


MIX ED M EDI A NICK CUNNINGHAM

JEFF MUSGRAVE

212 W. Exchange, Suite C Fortworth, TX 76164

279 Pine Bluff Rd. Divide, CO 80814

970.554.1700 jewelrymannick@yahoo.com

719.641.8844 jeff@peakantlers.com peakantlers.com

The Bad Bronc Studio Nick Cunningham’s unique pieces are traditional cowboy engraving with classic themes from Americana and a little bit of pop art thrown in. He loves to work with repurposed objects and tosses in a few surprises. Nick received the “Best Artist, Art to Wear Jewelry” at the Western Design Conference in 2012, with his “Many Possibilities of Wildflowers.” His work has been featured in Texas Monthly, American Cowboy, and Cowgirl magazines plus other online and regional publications.

The Peak Antler Company Jeff Musgrave’s antler artwork showcases his love of the Rocky Mountain wilderness. Jeff desires to create each piece with the highest quality and artistry, accenting the unique beauty of antler in detailed symmetry and pattern. Jeff has over 18 years of experience in the antler lighting and accessories art world.

JACKSON’S ORIGINAL LIQUOR STORE

Easy in and our with extensive parking Jackson’s best beer selection as well as keg’s in stock. Over 200 wines in stock and large liquor selection.

BallouDawg Furniture from earth to saw...

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Tasting station and weekly wine and beer tastings.

307.733.8888 • 832 W Broadway Jackson, WY 83001

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“Westerninspired, handcrafted, solid wood functional art.”

Rock Relax Repeat

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WOOD W ORK I N G Rustic furniture does not mean simple; rather, it means timeless. It is complex, designed with style and quality to endure through the decades.

GREEN GABLES

RAY RENFROE

BERT FEUZ

PO Box 1601 Angel Fire, NM 87710

PO Box 459 Cokeville, WY 83114

505.504.1873 rayrenfroe@yahoo.com balloudawg.com

307.279.3257 feuz@allwest.net facebook/bertfeuz.com

Ballou Dawg Furniture

Bert Feuz Signature Furniture

Ray Renfroe is Texas born, and a 24-year resident of Angel Fire, New Mexico. He is a home builder and furniture maker by trade but an artist at heart. His eccentric character and attention to detail make his furniture pieces and homes truly one of a kind.

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Bert Feuz is a true Jackson Hole old-timer—both he and his parents were born in the valley. He creates furniture pieces, exclusively using reclaimed hardwoods. He has studied the craft methods of joinery, and most of the pieces are built without nails or screws. In Jackson Hole, his work is represented by Wild Hands Gallery and Fighting Bear Antiques.

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W OODW ORKI N G EARL NESBITT

DAN RIEPLE

13 Quiet Valley Loop Edgewood, NM 87015

14250 State Hwy. 83 Larkspur, CO 80118

505.592.9265 nesbitt.earl@yahoo.com earlnesbitt.com

720.849.3466 artisan@fine-ideas.com fine-ideas.com

Earl Nesbitt Fine Furniture

Fine Ideas Furniture With an industrial arts degree, Dan Rieple initially went into teaching, and then architectural woodwork. Rieple now does what he loves most—designing and making functional and sculptural art. Inspired mostly by shapes and textures found in nature and using both new and old materials. In recent years, Rieple has been drawn to the more rugged and organic designs of the West, where severity in climate influences the shape and color of the materials he uses.

Earl Nesbitt is a classically trained designer and craftsman, completing an intensive apprenticeship with a master craftsman in 1989. He combines his original designs with the highest quality materials and the finest craftsmanship to create one-of-akind pieces of functional sculpture in the form of collectible fine furniture.

TIM SCOTT

STEVE HENNEFORD

164 W. Main St. Bradford, IL 61421

366 Lakeshore Dr. Lakeside, MT 59922

309.897.7551 bob@greengablesfurniture.com greengablesfurniture.com

406.253.3906

Green Gables

hennefordfinefurniture@gmail.com hennefordfinefurniture@gmail.com

Henneford Fine Furniture

Tim Scott hails from Illinois, the “Prairie State,” and has been designing and crafting high-style furniture for more than 30 years. His love of the outdoors was an early influence on his unique style which combines bold structure and fine textures. A decade ago, Scott forged his own style he calls “Timber Frame Furniture,” which is made using large beams and reclaimed wood from old buildings and barns.

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The home and shop of selftaught woodworking artist Steve Henneford is nestled on the shore of Flathead Lake in beautiful northwest Montana. The beauty of the region, a passion for wood and a desire to create beautiful furniture is what helps bring inspiration for his new works of art. Henneford finishes each piece by hand, rubbing oil into the furniture to bring out the natural beauty of the wood and create a finish that is as smooth as glass.


W OODW ORKI N G RICHARD HOLSTEIN

TIM LOZIER

2942 Hwy. 212 Laurel, MT 59044

1627 23rd St. Cody, WY 82414

406.628.7585 ofiframes@yahoo.com

Historic Treasures

307.250.0322 howkola@bresnan.net howkolafurniture.com

Howkola

For 15 years, Rich has done historic reclamation work on some of the most noteworthy buildings in Yellowstone, including the crown jewel, the Old Faithful Inn. Currently he repurposes those materials into rustic elegance with a historic flair. Now anyone can own a piece of Yellowstone!

Furniture—when Tim hears that word he thinks of creativity. He first started in the furniture business 20 years ago building Molesworth reproductions. To this day that style remains the most popular type of furniture he builds. In 1998, he started his own business, Howkola Furniture, and started to put his own spin on Molesworth designs. This has given him a great deal of creative freedom and plenty of ideas to upgrade his style of furniture.

NICK KOSOROK

JOHN GALLIS

R.R.1 Box 2122 Roberts, MT 59070

3532 Cottonwood Ave. Cody, WY 82414

406.671.1791 kosorokfurniture@gmail.com kosorok.com

307.587.7777 norsemandesignswest.com

Kosorok Furniture

Norseman Designs West

Nick Kosorok is a self-taught woodworker from Red Lodge, Montana. He has been defining and honing his skills as a craftsman for over 30 years. He designs and builds kitchen and fine cabinetry, dining tables, chairs, and smaller unique pieces. His work can be found nationwide.

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John Gallis is known for his choice of materials, his tendency to carve edges, and his preference for curved lines over straight. The awardwinning artist has more than 44 years of woodworking experience. He says, “I enjoy working with different woods. Like people, they have different characteristics and scents. You shouldn’t try to change a person into something he’s not; I try not to machine the wood so much that you forget it was once a tree.”

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W OODW ORKI N G RYAN COLE

ROBERT HENDRICK

14550 N. Broken Horn Rd. Boise, ID 83714

231 5th Ave. North Nashville, TN 37219

208.941.2043 oldrootsart@gmail.com oldrootsart.com

615.576.0797 rob@railyardstudios.com railyardstudios.com

Old Roots

Railyard Studios Ryan Cole is a cancer diagnostician by day and a father of six daughters by night. His own private Idaho “man cave” allows escape into the rightbrained beauty of life. Expressed through original designs with exclusively local and reclaimed materials, the old becomes new. A steady flow of striking originality emanates from the “cave,” which settles the mind and brings lasting beauty to others.

We are artisans, but we are also hard working railroaders. We’ve sweat on the tracks with a shovel in our hands and the sound of a spiking hammer ringing in our ears. We take pride in our work. And it is with pride that we pass it from our hands to yours.

JON ROBERTS

VANCE BICKNELL

PO Box 126 Bella Vista, CA 96008

8106 Grandview Ave. Arvada, CO 80002

530.549.3545 robertslj66@frontiernet.net

303.552.4689 vbicknell@msn.com facebook/sabiwoods.com

Roberts Enterprises

Sabi Woods

Jon Roberts retired from a 35year career as a high school biology and art teacher. He has always had a great appreciation for life and the beauty and design in nature. He made his first burl wood table some 45 years ago. Through the years, he has collected some great pieces; those for the WDC are the most exceptional in character, wood grain, and size that he has ever seen or produced.

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Born in 1972, Vance is a sixthgeneration Coloradan. He began building rustic furniture in 1995, but was unsatisfied with the limitations of traditional techniques. Over the years, he has developed a new method of joining tree branches to create this new chair style, also adding hand-tooled leather upholstery.


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BOB & JESSE BROWN

PO Box 158 Fairplay, CO 80440

1421 W. Sadler Hill Rd. Logansport, IN 46947

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Treemendous Designs Treemendous Designs is a family owned rustic furniture business located in northwest Indiana. They have a strong background in construction and have experience building log homes which inspired them to create their beautiful custom furniture. This father and son business enjoys working with customers to create unique pieces to satisfy the imagination.

For 25 years, Todd Scholl has created beautiful heirloomquality furniture and custom cabinetry, combining technical excellence with unique and personal design elements. Handcrafted in a state-of-the-art studio in the Rocky Mountains, each piece is constructed with time-tested joinery and, always, with reverence for the natural beauty of the wood.

RON SHANOR

WALTER WOGEE

80 Hitching Post Dr. Cody, WY 82414

PO Box 310 Skyforest, CA 92385

307.587.9558

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Wood Art

Ron designs using native woods such as aspen and lodgepole pine married with ideas from traditional furniture styles. Elements such as burled logs for claw feet and curved limbs for Queen Anne legs are likely to show up in a WildeWood design. Further inspiration comes from nature, Ron says. “I may be driving along and see a tree with an interesting limb or shape, and I’ll design a creation around that particular piece of wood.”

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Retired science teacher Walter Wogee started his one-man shop, WoodArt, in 2009, after enjoying a lifelong love of woodworking. He primarily creates Sam Maloof style rockers, and was inspired and mentored by his father, who could make or do just about anything. Wogee’s awards include 2009 Best Wood and Best in Show awards in Lake Arrowhead, California, and awards for two chairs at the prestigious 2011 Design in Wood Exhibition at the San Diego County Fair.

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Kelly Riche Plasttburg,MO 816 564 9349 hide-n-scene.com

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TOP PRODUCERS 33 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE

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Barbara Allen & Bill Van Gelder Associate Brokers

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B OOT H E x h i b i to r s Art by Val Warner

Bekye Fargason Bekye Fargason

Val Warner 3770 Thorson Dr. Placerville, CA 95667

3440 Magazine Street, Apts A&B New Oleans , LA 70115

916.425.2905 val@valwarner.com valwarner.com

504.388.1342 bekyef@gmail.com bekyefargason.com

Brit West

Cayuse Western Americana

BRITTAIN ROBERTS

Mary Schmitt

PO Box 788 Wilson, WY 83014

255 N. Glenwood PO Box 1006 Jackson, WY 83001

303.746.1770 britwest777@yahoo.com britwest.net

Elyse Allen Textiles

307.739.1940 info@cayusewa.com

Flying Bear Ranch & New West Designs

Elyse Allen

Danny & Margie Fleming

195 Chrystie St. #603C New York, NY 10002

6875 Millner Mountain Ranch Rd. Fort Collins, CO 80526

646.535.9735 elyse@elyseallentextiles.com elyseallentextiles.com

GiGi Mitchell

970.225.2903 margiek@flyingbearranch.net flyingbearranch.com

Goodstrike Buffalo Hide Tanning & Arts

GiGi Mitchell 6913 Golden Mesa Santa Fe, NM 87507 505.473.9920 gigisilver@comcast.net

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B OOT H E x h i b i tors GRS Tools GlendoCorporation

Guy K

Rozie Fessler-Nichols Guy Kreitinger

900 Overlander Rd. Emporia, KS 66801

PO Box 641 Ennis, MT 59729

620.343.1084 rfessler@glendo.com grstools.com

J.B. Hill Boot Company

river@3rivers.net

Mike’s Custom Jewelry

Dr. James Hill

Mike Pressley

335 N. Clark Dr. El Paso, TX 79905

254 E. Winchester St. Salt Lake City, UT 84107

915.599.1551 diana@jbhilltexas.com jbhilltexas.com

801.678.4749 357sigmag@gmail.com mikescustomjewelers.com

Marc Taggart & Company

Rendezvous West

Marc Taggart

Russell & Deborah Shamah

PO Box 1810 Cody, WY 82414

9795 Morrison Rd. Lakewood, CO 80227

307.587.1800 marc@marctaggart.com marctaggart.com

Norling Wakeman Studios

303.669.4126 shamah@rwestart.com

Royal Artistic Creations

Joe Wakeman and Bonnie Norling Wakeman PO Box 1027 Dillon, CO 80435 970.470.2370 nwstudios@comcast.net transformingwalls.com

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EVOKING A SENSE OF WARMTH, SOPHISTICATION AND AUTHENTICITY.

Wearable Art by Jae Song JAE SONG 666 Belvedere Dr. Benicia, CA 94510 707.748.1490 jsunistudio@yahoo.com

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Ra isin g a Ne w Ro o f

The 2014 WDC Exhibit + Sale debuts the inaugural Designer Show House STORY BY SUZANNA CULLEN HAMILTON

The 2014 Western Design Conference Exhibit + Sale includes many new changes to the longstanding and esteemed show in Jackson Hole. This year the show will incorporate a stronger focus on home and fashion. One of the most significant additions this year includes the Designer Show House on the exhibit floor. Montana woodworker and builder Justin Palmer will create a timber-framed home including shingles made from cedar that was part of The Big Burn in 1910. “I’ve held onto this red cedar root for years waiting for the right project, and this is it,” says Palmer. Designers will display not only their own talents and wares in the rooms, but one-of-a-kind pieces by exhibiting artists will also be incorporated into the spaces. With a strong and diverse group of participants, the Designer Show House promises to add an exciting spark to the show.

Master Class

STOCKTON & SHIRK INTERIOR DESIGNS

Gemstone Tile is the only company in the world using turquoise from the renowned Kingman Mine in Arizona. Handcrafted jewelry-grade turquoise is custom-cut for each client. With over 500 variations in color, Gemstone Tile brings exquisite beauty and rarity to the WDC Designer Show House.

the West and an unexpected mix of western, classic, and modern elements suffused with inviting colors, Stockton & Shirk create exceptional spaces reflecting each client’s personal style. Fighting Bear Antiques has been a fixture in Jackson since opening in 1981. With a focus on Thomas Molesworth furniture, the shop carries rustic and Western furniture. Owner Terry Winchell is the author of two books, including Molesworth: The Pioneer of Western Design. Run by Terry and his wife Claudia, the shop has expanded to carry Native American decorative arts as well as historical Western and wildlife art.

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For over 25 years, Stockton & Shirk Interior Designs has been a design presence in Jackson, known for their elegance and sophistication. Their projects include both residential and commercial clients throughout Teton Valley and beyond. With a passion for

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The New West Owner Kate Binger opened Dwelling in Jackson in 2011 to reflect her design style of “Transitional Eclectic.” Having lived in California, Binger quickly learned the value of researching all aspects of design. She travels throughout the year and finds inspiration in a myriad of styles. Clean lines, rich textures, and vibrant pops of color are Binger’s signature elements. Dwelling is a boutique gift, furniture and interior design studio specializing in new construction, remodels, furnishings, artwork and accessories. The featured artwork is provided by a local Jackson gallery, Astoria Fine Art.

BallouDawg’s design style and philosophy include organic elements, and range from modern rustic to the unexpected. Their creations include furniture, functional art and sculpture, many of which incorporate unique accents such as copper and antler. Linda Rumsey’s father was a blackjack dealer at The Wort Hotel, and today she and her husband Ryan continue the family’s long association with Jackson through their company, Wild West Designs. Specializing in custom lighting and antler chandeliers, Wild West Designs creates pieces for both corporate and residential installations. A free-flowing antler canopy with filtered lighting installed in a Santa Fe restaurant was featured in Architectural Digest. Wild West Designs carries custom furniture by Green Gables made of turn-of-the-century aged barn wood, and is able to ship internationally.

DWELLING

For over 35 years, Ballou Dawg American Furnishings has offered one-of-a-kind furniture made by New Mexico craftsman and owner Ray Renfroe. Signature pieces are handmade from wormy maple, a naturally-distressed wood with a beautiful grain.

WILD WEST DESIGNS

BALLOU DAWG AMERICAN FURNISHINGS

The annual Western Design Conference Exhibit + Sale begins on Thursday, September 4 with an Opening Preview Party, and the show continues through Sunday, September 7. For tickets and information, visit WesternDesignConference.com.

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WINNER’S CIRCLE ART AUCTION This year’s Best of Show award is supported by the generosity of our auction donors and patrons. Each year, new work is donated from past winners. All proceeds benefit the contributing artist and the annual WDC Artist Awards Fund with a 50/50 split. Thank you for helping to continue this tradition!

HENNEFORD FINE FURNITURE

GILMORE ARCHITECTURAL BLACKSMITH STUDIO

J.L. BLAIR SADDLERY

GAUTERAUX & COMPANY

THE BAD BRONC STUDIO

KEVIN CLARK ORIGINALS

CHAPMAN DESIGNS

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BLUE FLAX STUDIO

CANTY BOOTS

DARLING DESIGNS

TWIN RAVENZ

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Bill Yankee Fine Arts | Bill Yankee | 123 Dallas Dome Rd. Lander, WY 82520 | 307.332.6305 | byfinearts@wyoming.com | billyankee.com Blue Flax Studio | Denise Hagood | 915 W. Riverview Dr. Idaho Falls, ID 83401 | 208.552.6623 | dhagood@cableone.net | blueflaxstudio.com Blythe Living | Barbara Gentry | PO Box 3021 Jackson, WY 83001 | 307.413.2416 | barbara@blytheliving.net | blytheliving.net Canty Boots | Nikki Edmundson | PO Box 64 Harrison, MT 59735 | 406.490.2436 | cantybootsmt@gmail.com | etsy.com/shop/CantyBootsMT Cimarron River Company | Connie Miller | PO Box 459 Satanta, KS 67870 | 620.353.3331 | cimarronriver@icloud.com | cimarronrivercompany.com Darling Designs | Gail Darling | 5501 Balcones Dr. #20 Austin, TX 78731 | 915.204.0457 | gail@darlingdesignstx.com | darlingdesignstx.com Estate Collectables | Tammy Coy | 1150 W. Hwy 22 Jackson, WY 83001 | 307.690.6777 | tammycoy@yahoo.com | estate-collectables.com Goodie 2 Shoes | 81 S. King St. Jackson, WY 83001 | 307.733.0233 | info@goodie2shoes.com | goodie2shoes.com Great River Arts | Lisa Middleton | 226 Farview Dr. Kalispell, MT 59901 | 406.471.7563 | elisemid@gmail.com | greatriverarts.com Great Rocky Mountain Fur | Robert & Sierra Smith | PO Box 1770 | Saratoga, WY 82331 | 307.710.5299 | highsierra@union-tel.com greatrockymountainfur.com Lia Kass Glass Design | Lia Kass | 12 Big Bear Ln. Victor, ID 83455 | 307.200.1776 | liakassartist@hotmail.com | liakassart.com Lucky You | Victoria Campbell | 10 E. Broadway Jackson, WY 83001 | 307.734.2700 | luckyyouinc@yahoo.com New West KnifeWorks/Mountain Man Toy Shop | Corey Milligan | 98 Center St. Jackson, WY 83001 | 307.733.4193 | corey@newwestknifeworks.com newwestknifeworks.com Pure West/Pure Vintage | Cheryl Long | PO Box 430 Bastrop, TX 78602 | 512.321.5472 | purewestcl@aol.com Reserve Belt Company | Kevin and Susan Horrocks | 7069 N. Thoroughfare Rd. Stone Lake, WI 54876 | 715.865.2113 | horrocks@centurytel.net reservebelt.com Rocki Gorman | Rocki Gorman | 724 Calle Espejo Santa Fe, NM 87505 | 505.980.7250 | rockig@msn.com | rockigorman.com Rough and Tumble Vintage | Wendy Wehmeyer | 118 E. Main St. Schuylkill Haven, PA 17972 | 631.905.7751 | roughtumble@yahoo.com roughandtumblevintage.com Santa Mé | Teresa Harkins | 800 S.E. Thompson St. Pullman, WA 99163 | 602.377.0345 | teresa@santame.com | santame.com Smith and Western | Eric & Dolores Smith | 30220 Hwy. 60/89 Wickenburg, AZ 85390 | 928.684.0112 | mail@smithandwesternonline.com smithandwesternonline.com Tieszen & Sons | Bill Tieszen | 847 S. 64th St. W. Billings, MT 59106 | 406.655.0457 | bstanleyt@gmail.com | parsonfurnishings.com Twin Ravenz | Frank Lister | PO Box 30 Mancos, CO 81328 | 970.946.2554 | frank@twinravenz.com | twinravenz.com Vamp’d | Kim Archibald | 5367 Blackhawk Dr. Danville, CA 94506 | 925.785.5170 | kim.vampd@gmail.com | vampdcases.com Western Trading Post | Jim Olson | PO Box 1469 Stanfield, AZ 85172 | 520.426.7702 | info@mycowboyheroes.com | totallywestern.com Will’s Dreams Unique Leather Art | Will Snyder | 1512 11th Ave. S. Great Falls, MT 59405 | 406.403.3268 | willsdrms@yahoo.com Workshop/Susan Fleming Jewelry | Susan Fleming | 180 E. Deloney Ave. Jackson, WY 83002 | 307.733.5520 | susan@susanflemingjewelry.com susanflemingjewelry.com

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CIMARRON RIVER COMPANY

RESERVE BELT COMPANY

TIESZEN & SONS

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Hide-N-Scene

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Janna Jane Originals

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J.L. Blair Saddlery

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J Booth Art

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John Rule Saddlery

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Lisa Archer Silks

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Many Tears

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North Rim Glass Studio

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Martiny Saddle Company

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Seidel’s Saddlery

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Will’s Dreams Unique

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Art to Wear -Fashion A. Tsagas Furs & Leather

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Boots by Falconhead, Scott Wayne Originals

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Coyote Couture

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Gauteraux & Company

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Gina Pannorfi

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Gossamer Wings Santa Fe

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Hide Out Leather Apparel

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Leather Legends

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Linda Cleve Collections

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Michelle Julene Couture

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Montana Dreamwear

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Westerngrace

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SEIDEL’S SADDLERY

Cayuse Western Americana

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David Perkins Metalwork

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Dragon Forge

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Dry Creek Design

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Gilmore Architectural Blacksmith Studio

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Mike Dumas Copper Designs

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Railyard Studio

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Red Iron Studio

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Sculpture Bliss

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Sterling and Steel

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Art to Wear -Jewelry Annie Band Jewelry

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Ashleigh Branstetter

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Cayuse Western Americana

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Cayuse Western Americana

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Heritage Collectables

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John Glossa Jewelry

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Bekye Fargason

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Block Horse Designs

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Brit West

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Colorado Custom Rockers

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Cayuse Western Americana

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D. Redington Design

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Elyse Allen Textiles

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Flying Bear Ranch & New West

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Game Trail Gatherings

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GiGi Mitchell

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John Rule Saddlery

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Goodstrike Buffalo Hide Tanning & Arts

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Justin Palmer creative Designs

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GRS Tools/Glendo Corporation

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Kevin Clark Originals

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Guy K

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New West Designs

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J.B. Hill Boot Company

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Old Roots

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Marc Taggart & Company

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Rocky Mountain Wildlife Furniture

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The Artmaker

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The Bad Bronc Studio

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The Peak Antler Company

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D. Redington Design

Woodworking Ballou Dawg Furniture

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Bert Feuz Signature Furniture

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Earl Nesbitt Fine Furniture

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Fine Ideas Furniture

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Green Gables

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Henneford Fine Furniture

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Historic Treasures

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Howkola

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Kosorok Furniture

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Norseman Designs West

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Old Roots

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Railyard Studios

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Roberts Enterprises

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Sabi Woods

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T. Scholl Fine Woodworks

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Treemendous Designs

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Wildewood Furniture

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Wood Art

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Bekes Wooden Bicycles

Mike’s Custom Jewelry

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Norling Wakeman Studios

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Rendezvous West

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Royal Artistic Creations

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The Buffalo Collection

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Wearable Art by Jae Song

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Ballou Dawg Custom Furniture

Kate Binger

Cheyenne Renfroe

Doors open on Glenwood (across from Trio restaurant) Jackson, WY 83001

505.250.5632

307.733.8582 dwellingjh.com

57 Flamingo Rd. Angel Fire, NM 87710

cheyennerenfroe@yahoo.com

balloudawg.com

Gemstone Tile

Fighting Bear Antiques

Carolyn VanCleave 502 Topeka St. Kingman, AZ 86401 928.753.3147

carolyn@gemstonetileworks.com gemstonetileworks.com

Stockton & Shirk Interior Design 502 To502

Terry Winchell

375 S. Cache Jackson, WY 83001 307.733.2669 store@fightingbear.com fightingbear.com

Wild West Designs

Melinda Shirk

Linda Rumsey

140 W Broadway Jackson, WY 83001

745 W. Broadway Jackson, WY 83001

2037 N. Yellowstone Idaho Falls, ID 83401

307.733.0274

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2014 Architecture Lecture Series The AAM's Architecture Lecture Series brings world-renowned architects to Aspen to discuss the role of public architecture in our society and how its form, style, and purpose impact our engineered landscapes.

Tatiana Bilbao Principal, Tatiana Bilbao S.C., Mexico City Thursday, September 9, 6 pm

Janneke Bierman Director, Bierman Henket architecten, Esch, Netherlands Thursday, September 25, 6 pm

Geir Haaversen Principal Partner of A-Lab, Oslo, Norway Thursday, October 16, 6 pm Located at the Aspen Art Museum, 637 East Hyman Avenue, Aspen, Colorado

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February 25-27, 2015 Collocated with Garden Bloggers Conference

The Event of the Year for Interior Design Bloggers! Join interior design bloggers, new media innovators, and interior design industry leaders for the fifth annual Design Bloggers Conference — the premiere conference and experience for professionals actively using or interested in learning about new media and the interior design industry. This conference is a runaway success and brings you a unique opportunity to participate in the intersection of interior design with the world of new media including blogging, social media, and more. We invite all our fellow interior design bloggers to attend! Our conference has sold out in previous years and we were forced to turn down registrations, so register sooner than later if you want to be sure to be part of this year’s event. “First let me say that I am so glad I invested in attending the Design Bloggers Conference and after spending some time refl ecting my 3 days of learning and networking, I can honestly say that I’m going to be a better business owner, person AND blogger because of the conference.” — Shelly Dozier-Mckee, ConfettiStyle “My overall feeling about DBC is that anyone who is a blogger should go to this. Although the conference speakers are from the design business, the blogging tips and tricks are relevant to all bloggers. Since this is my second year, I can confidently say that this is my annual resurgence for blogging.” — Garrison Hullinger Interior Designers

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15 x 12 x 6 inches aspen wood with lacquer finish barnettstudio.com

CONTOURS OF LIFE BEST KNOWN FOR: Intricately hand-carved, threedimensional renderings of natural motifs—birds, leaves, flowers, bones—in aspen wood. INSPIRATION: The New Mexico landscape, plants and creatures fuel Barnett’s creativity. “I look to see the detail that is by my feet, in the flowers of gardens, streams and forest floors,” he says. GROWING WITH THE TREES: “I was raised in the mountains in Oregon and have been around wood the majority of my life,” Barnett explains. “In 1998 I moved to Santa Fe, New Mexico, where I started looking for a local wood to carve and a style of my own.” LEARNING TO CARVE: “I’m about 99% self-taught. I was given direction in carving for a few months by a Haida carver, Ralph

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Bennett, and this was with Northwest coastal tools—axes, adzes, knives,” he recalls. Barnett eventually added more conventional hand tools, including gouges and mallets, to his set. He often takes months to complete a single work of art. Some are coaxed out of one piece of wood, but others might be assembled from hundreds of delicate pieces. NATURE’S LESSONS: “What I express is simple— that all life is important, from people to plants!” He is drawn to the skull’s form—with all the curves and crevices affording potential for shadow and light—and also to the skull’s symbolism, resonating with the energy of death but also of life and regeneration. Barnett notes, “If you walk in the woods and find a skull, more than likely some plant will be growing through the jaw or eyes.” 

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THE ARTIST: John Barnett


THIS IS WHAT LIFE IS SUPPOSED TO FEEL LIKE.

The Pool at the Ritz-Carlton, Lake Tahoe resort

At Constellation Residences at Northstar, we think life can be summarized in a feeling. A wind-in-your-hair, sun on your back and smile on your face sort of feeling. A feeling like all the outdoor adventure you could ever dream up is right out your door in a 3,100-acre backyard playground called Northstar. Four seasons of fun for the entire family all from the luxurious mid-mountain home you deserve. And all served up with the luxury amenities and exclusive services of Tahoe’s one and only RockResort®. Constellation Residences at Northstar. THE GOOD LIFE HAPPENS HERE.

New model home open daily. Custom interior design packages available. Spectacular mid-mountain location and 5-star service. Exclusive VIP privileges with Vail Resorts. First ski tracks guaranteed. Concierge, bellman, valet parking, spa, house keeping, ski valet. Adjacent to The Ritz-Carlton, Lake Tahoe resort with access to world class, family-friendly amenities.

DISCOVER YOUR TAHOE DREAM HOME AT ConstellationAtNorthstar.com OR CALL 530.582.6077

The information provided in this advertisement is strictly for informational purposes and shall not be construed as an offer to sell property to, nor a solicitation of offers from, residents of California or any other jurisdictions where prior registration or other advance qualification of real property is required, or where prohibited by law. Prices, promotions, incentives, features, options, amenities, floor plans, elevations, designs, materials and dimensions are subject to change without notice. Home images, colors and sizes are approximate for illustration purposes only and are not intended to represent a specific home being offered for sale. Obtain the Property Report or its equivalent, required by Federal and State law, and read it before signing anything. Constellation Residences at Northstar are not owned, developed or sold by RockResorts International, LLC nor its affiliates (“RockResorts”). JMA Ventures, LLC uses RockResorts marks under a license from RockResorts, which has not confirmed the accuracy of any of the statements or representations made herein. Constellation Residences at Northstar are being offered by JMA Properties, Inc. BRE 01157751


Mountain Living September/October 2014  

Classic Rustic Style

Mountain Living September/October 2014  

Classic Rustic Style

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