We will continue to tour our Montana Dog House on today’s blog. Last week we toured the entry, kitchen, dining, and living room. Today we will tour the master bedroom/bathroom, guest bedroom/bathroom, office, and porch.
As with most of the main spaces in this home, we opted for the same serene and restful palette of neutrals, white, black, and wood mixed in. This neutral palette draws your eye to the spectacular river and mountain views that surround the home.
A dark wood four poster bed is flanked by weathered wood nightstands. Draperies with an acanthus leaf motif in a dark charcoal colorway add an elegant and airy feeling to the windows that open up to the lush exterior.
In the master bathroom, Colorado Yule marble was selected for the vanities. Classic white subway tile and Calacatta marble flooring in the shower are juxtaposed with warm wood ceilings, cabinets, and black iron lighting and mirrors. The mix of elements add to the appeal of the soothing master bathroom.
Here is another view.
In the guest bedroom, we introduced a color pop to pair with the color story of whites, wood tones, and black. Subtle pops of green are found on the draperies and pillows. It is a restful retreat for guests that stay in the mountain home.
In the guest bathroom, we added a whimsical wallpaper with a cloud motif to accent the walls. Since the space is small, we selected a vanity with feet to make the space feel larger. It is a tight space so we wanted to keep it open and not too heavy.
In the office, we sourced a custom metal and wood desk for a masculine, modern feel. The desk was made by a custom metal fabricator in Bozeman, MT. The desk is paired with a light hide rug, upholstered chair, and a graphic Zak & Fox fabric on the roman shades. The vintage “boat skeleton” we found makes for a unique element on the wall, while fitting the rustic touches you will find in this Montana home.
In the Mountain Living article, the magazine also highlighted the home’s unique exterior features. “Clad with bright white siding juxtaposed by black metal framed windows, the dwelling offers a striking contrast to the area’s many wood-and-stone lodge-like abodes. As does the covered porch, which is built on a 45-degree angle from the house,” the article states. The steel fireplace with a black corrugated metal chimney makes
the house look so much more unique.
The sun is nearly setting on our Montana Dog House feature, but we have one more element to share! Next week we will tour the home’s cabin (seen on the very right of the photo below).