Mountain Homes

mountain home, home inspiration, interior design, blair culwell, fox and she

mountain home, home inspiration, interior design, blair culwell, fox and she

mountain home, home inspiration, interior design, blair culwell, fox and she

mountain home, home inspiration, interior design, blair culwell, fox and she

mountain home, home inspiration, interior design, blair culwell, fox and she

mountain home, home inspiration, interior design, blair culwell, fox and she

mountain home, home inspiration, interior design, blair culwell, fox and she

mountain home, home inspiration, interior design, blair culwell, fox and she

mountain home, home inspiration, interior design, blair culwell, fox and she

mountain home, home inspiration, interior design, blair culwell, fox and she

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Last night (and pretty much all day yesterday) it rained, and rained, then rained some more. Our new couch had just arrived, so I spent my evening curled up there with some good movies (Adjustment Bureau anyone?) and browsing beautiful mountain homes. I think our weekend trip to Denver got me dreaming of mountain homes, and the thought of a cozy mountain home on a rainy night sounded really nice!

My ideal mountain home would be a good mix of traditional mountain style with modern touches like huge windows, high ceilings and high-end finishes. I can’t stand when mountain homes are filled with so much wood that they look like a log cabin. Adding those modern touches brightens up the space and makes any wood detailing look perfect!

By decorating with neutral colors and mixed patterns and textures, these homes let their natural setting take center stage. Don’t these make you feel so peaceful? My only question — when can I move in?!

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