This vacation home in Big Sky, Montana's exclusive Yellowstone Club was extensively remodeled by Lisa Kanning of Brooklyn-based firm
LKID and contractor Big Sky Build to give it a more modern aesthetic that fit in better with the mountain surroundings. Using textured materials and a neutral color palette, Kanning created a luxurious retreat for an active family with five kids. 76
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The entry sets the tone for the rest of the home with a thoughtful mix of organic and modern forms and materials. The
bench is by Tim Button of Stedila for Desiron Workshop.
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A comfortable vignette in the entry features Formations' Wooden Barrel Chair and Troscan's Chelsea Table.
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Kanning replaced the room's previous small-scale furniture with a room-sized stone-colored rug from Niba Rugs and a custom sectional sofa by Thayer Coggin to balance the large open room and accommodate the entire family. In front of the fireplace is a pair of The Bright Group's
Elana Benches. The cocktail table is from Baker Furniture and Fuse Lighting's Aspen Chandelier hangs above.
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Kanning used a grasscloth wallcovering by Hartmann & Fobes to create a softer backdrop for the home's stunning views, which look onto a ski slope. In this living room seating vignette,
Kyle Bunting's Hair-on-Hide Swivel Lounge Chairs add natural texture and are complemented by the Tuffet Ottoman from Powell & Bonnell and swing arm sconces from Fuse Lighting.
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In the dining room, Kanning framed the views with simple, natural accents. Hartmann & Forbes' woven window shades and ombre drapery by Rosemary Hallgarten enhance without distraction. The strong lines of the Eco Leather X Dining Chairs by Cliff Young are contrasted by the rustic, organic shapes of the dining table by Taracea and accessories from
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The kitchen is full of warmth and texture with rich wood cabinetry and a rough stone accent wall. The woven wool runner is by
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The kitchen opens to the breakfast area, which has space for banquette dining as well as more intimate seating in front of the fireplace. The breakfast room is a study in balance with the sleek Tetra Drink Tables by Evan Lewis and soft cowhide of Mimi London's
Bardot Lounge Chairs paired with the organic, artistic elements of the hand-molded clay cocktail table by Espacio and woven Wounaan basket from Rainforest Baskets.
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The second stair landing features a dramatically curved settee from
Edward Ferrell + Lewis Mittman that is covered in a cowhide leather from Edelman. Birch bark panels were added to the ceiling to offer a natural focal point to the area. The Twig Occasional Table by Bill Sofield for Baker Furniture completes the vignette and ties the rustic elements together.
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The master bedroom is full of textural detail and luxurious upholstered furnishings. The bed wall is covered in a grid pattern of cherry laminated panels that are framed in steel. The room features Fuse Lighting's Donovan chandelier,
London Sconces and Chareau Floor Lamp. The custom chaise is by Mike Ragan Home.
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The sculptural Viola Table Lamp by Fuse Lighting sits next to the bed.
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Kanning used a woven horsehair wallcovering from Phillip Jefferies to create an accent area for the desk nook. The textural wallcovering contrasts with the sleek lines of the floating steel shelves and the lacquered desk. The desk chair is by Lee Industries and the table lamp is from Fuse Lighting.
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A large Moroccan shag rug adds warmth to the tile and marble in the master bathroom. Roll & Hill's Agnes Chandelier adds a simple sculptural element to the space. The ottoman is by Powell & Bonnell.
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The built-ins in the guest suite bedroom are all about form and function. The wood-grain wall covering from Nobilis Chene adds a natural element to the room and complements the varying scales and hues of the diamond patterned, global inspired fabrics on the bed. The sconces are from
The Urban Electric Co.
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The tonal textures of the wall coverings on the walls and ceilings in the second guest room are enlivened by a boldly patterned kilim rug from JD Staron.
The Urban Electric Co.'s Gwenwood wall-mounted lamp and Lyton Table Lamp provide lighting around the bed. The pendant light is from Hubbardton Forge.
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To warm up this guest bedroom with its many windows, Kanning used Phillip Jefferies' woven Herringbone Wall Covering on the walls. Above the bed are
The Urban Electric Co.'s Maxine Sconces. Hubbardton Forge's Ondrian Lamps are on either side of the bed.
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Custom bunk beds were designed for comfort and ease of use. Warm accents include Phillip Jeffries' Tweed Wall covering and a large patchwork sheepskin rug by Mike Ragan Home. CP Lighting's New Growth Chandelier adds a chic yet rustic touch.
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In the ski room, birch bark was added to the ceiling to give it a more casual feel while birch twigs highlight the architectural elements in the room. Fuse Lighting's Lisbon Cube Pendant Light and Powell & Bonnell's Tuffet Ottoman anchor the space.