cozy guest cabin

Clients renovating their primary residence wanted to create an inviting guest house they could call home during their renovation. Traditional in its original construction, the guesthouse required an updated approach to lighting, (which included the addition of windows to add natural light) as well as modern fixtures to create a blended transitional feel. We used bright colors in the kitchen to create a big impact in a small space. All told, the result is cozy, inviting and full of charm.

ranch x

This single-story, rambling ranch home was built from reclaimed Wyoming materials, including snow fencing, barnwood, and stone. Designed to blend into the creek-side landscape, two existing homestead cabins anchor the master and guest wings on either end of this u-shaped residence. To connect the interior and natural surroundings, a dining room positioned between the living and kitchen areas sits suspended over a pristine creek; A walnut table encircled by mid-century butterfly chairs juxtapose contemporary large-scale dining with time-honored tradition. Throughout the house, large doors open to outdoor spaces perfect for entertaining.

two rivers

A historic rock structure transported to the site sets the tone for this spectacular transformation. An uninterrupted dialog between the indoors and out, created by minimizing the use of interior walls in the main living space and incorporating expansive walls of windows, celebrates the confluence of two rivers on this majestic property. These modern touches combined with antique wide-plank pine flooring along with the original rock structure leave a lasting impression of a fresh yet timeless dwelling. Each element was given custom consideration, from the dry bar wrapped in hide to a wood slab dining table illuminated by teardrop crystal pendants giving the space a truly unique aesthetic.