The Cliffs at Mountain Park: Private ResidenceRustic Kitchen
The design of this refined mountain home is rooted in its natural surroundings. Boasting a color palette of subtle earthy grays and browns, the home is filled with natural textures balanced with sophisticated finishes and fixtures. The open floorplan ensures visibility throughout the home, preserving the fantastic views from all angles. Furnishings are of clean lines with comfortable, textured fabrics. Contemporary accents are paired with vintage and rustic accessories.
To achieve the LEED for Homes Silver rating, the home includes such green features as solar thermal water heating, solar shading, low-e clad windows, Energy Star appliances, and native plant and wildlife habitat.
All photos taken by Rachael Boling Photography
What Houzz contributors are saying:
Create a gathering spaceNothing warms up a space more than a group of friends or family chatting together and enjoying each other’s company. So make sure you create an area, such as this breakfast bar, where people can gather and linger comfortably. Choosing vintage seating – such as these industrial-style stools – adds another layer of character.
Smooth it outWood, metal and brick don’t have to be rough. If you’re after a softer take on the trend, consider brushed metal surfaces, smooth brick-shaped tiles and polished wood.
What Houzzers are commenting on:
Colors, polished nickel fixtures. I really like this- it might be a bit too rustic still but it looks like they have stained grey cabinets similar to the color we are looking at, and I like the contrast with the roof wood and the beams. I think with our light countertops and the waterfall edge this palette wouldn’t look quite as rustic. (And I dont want the dropped counter.) I think I prefer the stainless/polished nickel finishes tho. And I’m still inclined to keep the fridge out vs in the cabinet- I like having the more industrial feel (altho I’m happy to be convinced otherwise).