If you’re the kind of person who gets their inspiration from a spot of fresh air and a nice view, then this home in the Wyoming Countryside is kind the place you’d dream of living in. Imagine waking up every morning and being able to take in a view that the Teton Mountain Range. This large home was constructed for an artist as a place to live and work. Every room that isn’t for privacy has large windows that boast about the panoramas.
Notice how the use of wood and stone on the house perfectly compliment one another. The decision to use longer cuts of slate for tiling and paving parts of the deck have paid off big time at giving the home a much more rustic charm than should be expected from a new home in the country.
There are some nice touches throughout the home. The private office/study faces to the south and gets sunlight all day long. A lounge with a chez lounge by the window is right by the trees, creating an enhanced feeling of privacy and warmth, even when there’s a foot of snow outside.
The artist’s studio itself works very well. The walls aren’t decked over or adorned, making it seem much more like a traditional studio space, while the corner window provides a great inspirational view.