This 4,445 square foot home in Jackson Hole, WY, sits on 14 beautifully forested acres with wispy cottonwood groves and a well-fed trout pond as its focal point. The simplicity of two, original barn-like outbuildings that were updated and refurbished inspired the design of the newly constructed main house. The property embodies both the vernacular of regional agricultural structures and the homeowner’s modern, “less is more,” masculine mountain aesthetic.
The home’s linear, glass-walled, shotgun-style layout — paired with its low, single-story profile — creates an intimate connection with the pond, adjacent woods, and creek and enhances the views to the hills and mountains beyond.
Built to connect with nature, this home was created out of a reverence for solitude, simplicity, and contemplation, with “quiet” being its defining characteristic and the soul of our design inspiration.
Natural materials were used extensively throughout … cedar, barnwood, oak, antique limestone, white marble, caramel and smoke-veined quartzite, all harmonized with the beautiful, soft textures of cashmere, mohair, fur, and leather.
The soothing tone-on-tone color palette ranging from grays to warm whites is a serene backdrop for furnishings defined by the highest level of craftsmanship … a century-old chair by Danish designer Finn Juhl, a leather-clad console by BBDW, and hand-blown glass lighting by Apparatus.
- Interior Design: WRJ Design Associates
- Architect: Design Associates Architects
- Landscape Architect: Rooted Landscape Architecture
- Builder: JH Builders