9,642 interior design mountain homes Exterior Design Photos

Michael Kelley Photography
8 Reviews
Tahoe Homes
Beautiful design. How deep is the balcony over the main entryway? Is it deep enough to accomodate a couple of chairs and a small table for drinks? Thanks.
have on hand. It is located in the Lake Tahoe area, at Northstar-at-Tahoe to be exact. Many of the homes there share this same style.
Sorry, I am just the photographer and didn't do any of the design!
Another tidbit I found - the designer is SANDBOX studio out of Tahoe City.
Forget cabin fever! I'd stay home all day if I owned this thing!
“chaleur” — Marie-Claude Bibeau
David Johnston Architects
3 Reviews
Riggs Residence
beautiful , i also like how the home is surrounded by nature
color-trees red orange green beauty- this house is up in the mountains and it is beautiful lighting- it has many windows that allow light in
The lake view of the home is beautiful
Worded structure design at entry
Mountain lodged large house.
Love mountains feel...mountain home...Honey, I'm home!...Mountain colors...Red Mountain
“exterior paint colors?” — hengerhouse
Karen White Interior Design
6 Reviews
Moab Utah Vacation Home
really like the moab vacation homes.
would die to have my home on this land!!
Moab Utah Vacation Home
Karen White Interior Design
desert vacation home
great home...Inside the mountain...cool home...vacation home...mountain biking...mountain desert...Custom Home
“Wow” — amymattison
Aneka Interiors Inc.
1 Review
Hello Aneka, I'm a builder in San Luis Obispo CA and and trying to find the right colors for the exterior of a home we have built with similar characteristics. Could you tell me what those colors are. My email is CRI1@charter.net
Aneka Interiors Inc.
Beautiful home in mountains
mountain home...dream home...Mountain house...Exterior Design
“Under part of roof” — hdgh
Swaback Partners, pllc
3 Reviews
Family Cabin Retreat
Is the floor plan for this home available?
Bozeman, Montana with Bridger Mountains backdrop!
I like it, simplistic, easy yet fun and full of character, this would actually be a very good design for my idea.
All mine .... Bring her home
sees himself in a mirror and thinks: there's another dog." — Rainer Maria RilkeA home built in a vast landscape with nary a neighbor in sight doesn't have to be lonely. A sibling gets created by the reflection of the home in an adjacent pond or lake, especially when the reflection is mirror-like.
Who needs an enormous home in a setting like this? A comfortable deck chair and a good pair of walking shoes would pretty much be all you need. Well, this cabin is in Montana, so you might need a horse too.
“This looks squat. Needs a 2nd story” — ponystorm
Ryan Group Architects
1 Review
Exterior 02
Are the plans for this house available? I absolutely love this design. I would like to see the layout
What is the square footage of this home?
truly is a one of the nicest homes we've seen. Please can you tell me what you used for siding, wood and rock?
No. Thank you for your kind words. All of our projects are designed specifically for the Owners'
Owners' needs and the particular site they have selected. As each of our clients hires us for their project, it would not be right to share their home's design in the public domain.
This would blend well in a mountain community.
This is the perfect home for me.
Mix of modern, traditional, and eco-friendly mountain home
awesome ranch design with loft potential
“wood with stone or concrete” — funky991
Resolution: 4 Architecture
Vermont Cabin exterior
connoisseur, often transverses the 200 acre property for the delicacy, then returns to her home which rests on the top of the mini-mountain. With stunning views of nearby Stratton Mountain, the home is a ‘Head & Tail’ design, where the communal space is the ‘head’, and the private bar of bedrooms and baths forms
Baltic Birch Bench Project Description: Isolated in the Green Mountain National Forest of Vermont, this 1,650 sf prefab home is an escape for a retired Brooklyn couple. With no electric or cell phone service, this ‘Off-the-Grid’ home functions as the common gathering space for the couple, their three
Outdoor Stone Terrace o Environmentally Friendly Features: Off Grid Home, 3kW Solar Photovoltaic System, Radiant Floor Heat Materials: o Exterior: Corrugated Metal Siding, Cedar Siding, Ipe Wood Decking, Cement Board Panels o Interior: Bamboo Flooring, Ceasarstone Countertops, Slate Bathroom Floors, Maple
“Entry” — mattsm3
Thomas Lawton Architect
Frontier Group; This low impact design includes a very small footprint (500 s.f.) that required minimal grading, preserving most of the vegetation and hardwood tress on the site. The home lives up to its name, blending softly into the hillside by use of curves, native stone, cedar shingles, and native
native landscaping. Outdoor rooms were created with covered porches and a terrace area carved out of the hillside. Inside, a loft-like interior includes clean, modern lines and ample windows to make the space uncluttered and spacious.
I think I stayed in this house...was great! Love your designs :)
if you're gonna live in the mountains it might as well look fabulous!
I like the tall look and design.
“Color scheme” — pggiza
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