A decade ago the concept of “Mountain Modern” was born out of the need for something fresh—a sparring match against the traditional, typical mountain style (antlers, browns, reds, wood, hides, and garish ornamentation). As with any trend, there is always a point when we feel the need to shift. A time when adding or subtracting…Read More >
Spring in Jackson Hole is divine. Flowers fight their way through the snow, mud cakes our boots and, after hibernating all winter, it’s time to scrub everything clean and throw the windows open.
Over the last 12 years designing insanely cool spaces, we have continuously run into this question: “Why should I hire an interior designer?” Armed with the ability to order online, and an endless amount of decorating advice, it’s no wonder homeowners question the value.
Thank goodness for A/W 2015/16 Fashion Week—a beacon of style in the dead of winter, revealing beautiful things and beautiful people just at that point when we are all facing grey-sky blues and serving as a less-than-gentle nudge to peel off the yoga pants, layers of wool, and that Patagonia puffy.
Featured Image: JooJay Armchair, Sentiment Furniture Mountain cabin vs. city loft—two totally different worlds, right? One is sleek and modern, the other cozy and rustic. Not so fast…
While we are admittedly a little late to chime in on the 2015 Pantone Color of the Year, it has taken us a few months to—ahem—stomach it. Such a departure from the previous year’s bold, brilliant, and bouncy Radiant Orchid, Marsala’s earthy, brown hue had us, (and many others) feeling just as blah as the…Read More >