family refuge

A home with vistas so stunning they feel spiritual calls for a complementary approach as comforting and cohesive as the residing family itself. An engaged ethos pervades the design as every element encourages interaction with each other and the environment—a purpose epitomized by the epic sectional gracing the great room. Clad in stonewashed, slate-blue linen, the commodious sofa frames the panorama as well as the games played by the family on the custom coffee table. The wow factor of the Teton setting—experienced anew by the many relatives who have never visited the valley before—takes primacy. Because every room boasts a breathtaking view (and every bedroom boasts a balcony), the interior design proceeds with respect for nature through subtle layering and melodic integration of contemporary and transitional elements. Contrasting the modern architecture, an aesthetic of mountain comfort defines the interior design. Featured pieces of furniture, placed with breathing room, pair well tactile accessories such as alpaca throws and handblown vases. Pops of color appear in the form of character-rich antiques and artwork sourced from local galleries. Marked by heartfelt intent, the living spaces harmoniously integrate the landscape, with nature enveloping each room. A home defined by balance and love.

los altos hills

This contemporary project is set in the stunning backdrop of Los Altos Hills. The client’s desire for a serene calm space guided our approach with carefully curated pieces that supported the minimalist architecture. Clean Italian furnishings act as an extension of the home’s lines and create seamless interior balance. 

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.