Remodeling a mountain home into a primary residence always has its challenges, but when the mountain home is remotely located on 70 acres in Northern Colorado with limited communication, planning, execution, team collaboration, and site logistics become even more important for a successful project outcome.
The log details in this beautiful mountain home include a spiral log staircase, redwood slab countertop, and pine tongue-and-groove ceiling. But when it comes time for the homeowners to enjoy a glass of wine at the end of the day or view the local wildlife, there is not a better place to relax than on one of the three custom decks. (Or if it’s indoors weather, in front of the wood-burning fireplace.) All the veneer moss rock was hand selected and carefully harvested by the homeowners from their mountain property to truly make this mountain home remodeling project a sustainable project.
Designed by Todd Wilderman at Namaqua Blueprint