Rustic Mountain Retreat

Mountains have always represented wonderful places for a relaxing vacation or a quiet retreat from the noisy town. Their spectacular views that offer us, the fresh air and the relaxing natural surroundings are features that we have always appreciated to them.

For those who are in love with mountains and would like to see a great house where they could spend unforgettable moments here it is a nice idea.

It is a lovely rustic Mountain Retreat in Ketchum, Idaho. It is a nice house which combines rustic and modern elements. The result is an amazing place where you can admire the original, wood ceilings, the old chandeliers or the stone fireplaces. Here everything seems to inspire you warm, light, peacefulness and comfort. It represents an oasis of relaxation where you can enjoy the beautiful views that you can admire at the windows and the pleasant atmosphere offered by such a lovely place.

As the cold days become more frequent you can already imagine yourself in such a warm home, sitting in front of the fireplace and watching the natural beauties offered by the wonderful mountains.There are used contrasting tones of dark of light nuances which seem to complete themselves into a harmonious way so that the result becomes amazing.{found on elledecor}



Published by in Architecture, on November 8th, 2011

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