ski lodge inspiration for a post-holiday pick-me-up
10 spots to pin, book, and escape to--stat.
Published Jan 21, 2016 5:00 AM
Soft hues coupled with rustic textures balance out the rugged details of this charming Montana mountain lodge. From its handcrafted elements (sliding barn doors included!) to the captivating views, this is one spot we wouldn’t mind spending a weekend in.
Inside this fearlessly decorated lodge, we find no shortage of color or bold design. From ancient artifacts to extraordinary collections of Western art, this is rustic home is an interior design-enthusiast’s dream.
This luxurious escape in the Rocky Mountains features breathtaking views of the captivating surround and is just a stone’s throw away from the best ski spots in the state.
Situated within the French Alps, this quaint escape features a unique blend of modern and traditional elements, complemented by a slew of cozy, alpine details.
If the stunning views of the Tenmile Mountains weren’t enough to get you here, we think the cozy interior may do the trick. Take a peek inside!
Located in Wyoming’s Teton Village, this gorgeous condo features breathtaking views, inspired interiors, and the most picture-perfect details for a cozy night in by the fire.
Vibrant shades, rustic details, and an industrialized aesthetic completes this contemporary haven, nestled in the mountains of Jackson Hole, WY. We can’t get enough of the fierce pops of color coupled with cozy textures of a Nordic feel.
Consider this your ultimate winter getaway. Located near the picturesque town of Telluride, CO, the Mountain Lodge is about as dreamy as a mountain escape can possibly get.
What do we love most about this contemporary ski house? We’re having a hard time deciding between the daring twist on the classic New England architecture, the floor-to-ceiling windows, and the outdoor living area, complete with a stone fireplace!
This Jackson Hole resort may boast some of the best views of ski country, but we’ve got our eyes on the spacious suites complete with fireplaces and redwood walls. Well, that and the occasional sighting of elks grazing in the alpine meadows.