took on the task of modernizing a traditional ski chalet in the Swiss town of Klosters, imbuing the family getaway with a chic sense of minimalism that fits in perfectly with the environment. Nicky Dobree 50
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In the sitting room, the armchair in the far corner is an ideal reading spot with views over the mountains. The sun pours in through the double height windows, while the cream-colored sofa forms a U shape around the fireplace.
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This double-height hallway features a painting by Alex Calinescu and a view of the card table beyond.
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A view through double oak doors to the kitchen and Stübli beyond.
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The master bedroom is schemed in soft grays and white, with the ensuite bathroom seen beyond.
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The ensuite master bathroom has a bespoke vanity and mirrors; the drum tables are by Maxalto.
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The bespoke painted vanity has a Zimbabwe stone top.
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A reading corner in the master bedroom features linen curtains on a Perspex pole.
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In one of the sitting rooms, the sofas are arranged in a U-shape to create intimacy and space to socialize after a day on the piste. The focal point is the large stone fireplace, which has lambswool curtains on either side to add texture and keep in the warmth.
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The living room space has a double height ceiling, with a galleried study library on the floor above.
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At the dining table, guests can sit at benches and French wingback chairs, which are covered in charcoal wool. A large antler chandelier hangs above the dining table with mirrors against the back wall to reflect light.
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Tonal grays and whites continue into the second sitting room.