Great Escape: The best mountain home decoration

In Susan and Robert Burch’s Montana home, a massive chimney constructed from local river rocks serves as a focal point in the great room, while hunting trophies are hung on the log-lined walls. This Western-meets-Adirondack aesthetic is the work of architect Kirk Michels and interior designers Philip Hooper and Sally Metcalfe

Tastemaker Nina Griscom’s winter retreat in Millbrook, New York, features a dining room that’s got a bright and airy feel, and an earthy and rustic style. The folding park chairs were found at a French flea market, the moss-filled English garden urns are 19th century, and the twig chandelier is from Hudson Home.

At furniture dealer Holly Hunt’s Aspen ski house, the kitchen exudes rustic appeal, with oak beams, granite counters, and cherry cabinets. The stainless-steel range is by Viking.

Decorator Randall A. Ridless created an urbane master bedroom in this Jackson Hole, Wyoming, getaway. The upholstered bed and armchairs, Ridless designs, are covered in a neutral floral print and a 1986 silkscreen by Andy Warhol rests on the mantel.

A 1950s chaise longue from Amy Perlin Antiques and an armchair made of artificial moose antlers bring rustic style to a living room corner in Millbrook, New York. A pair of 19th-century staircase models set atop a mahogany table by Robert Lighton makes for sophisticated accents.

The TV room in an Aspen, Colorado, ski house combines a lodge setting with contemporary style—sofas by Christian Liaigre and an antique Japanese cabinet from Charles Jacobsen.

A painted fieldstone fireplace evokes alpine comfort in the living room at William and Malene Waldron’s farmhouse in Hudson Valley, New York. Eclectic finds such as a Danish chair upholstered in vintage Marimekko fabric, an antique Bornholm clock from Malene’s childhood, and a plaster cast of a horse’s leg from Paula Rubenstein add to the allure.

This white-on-white master bedroom in a Montana ranch house brings its mountain surroundings indoors with a four-poster custom-made bed from birch trees and a floor lamp made of elk antlers. The bed linens are by the Monogrammed Linen Shop and the chaise longue is upholstered in a Donghia fabric.

In the master bedroom of Charlotte Moss’s Colorado house, an antique architect’s table from Todd Alexander Romano is perfectly positioned to take in sweeping views of Aspen Mountain.
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