We wanted to push the boundaries of design quality for a mountain cabin. Stone Interiors delivered an interior that perfectly complements the structure and reinforces nature. — The Client
This cabin’s isolated setting is the star, and the breathtaking views are the art. Stone Interiors decided to frame the natural beauty rather than to “decorate.” The cabin is all wood, iron and stone, and it's handcrafted rather than machined. The cabin is modern, comfortable, and timeless—and it’s definitely built to last for generations. It’s also in the middle of nowhere, and runs on a generator. Everything we designed, and every fabric we sourced, was selected for durability and ease of maintenance. The client describes the overall feel as “sophisticated wilderness.”
We lined the entire living room with a super-deep platform covered in incredibly soft seating. It offers a lot of linear footage, and is actually long enough to sleep three extra adults, or two adults and three children. Drawers below hold all the bedding, including vintage feel Western-themed flannel sheets we had made for the kids.
CASHMERE GOES CASUAL
We designed luxurious fireplace blankies for lounging on the carpet. They are shearling on one side and cashmere on the other. They have proven so popular with the family and their guests, that they’ve become a signature gift from the client. We had the “gift blankies” backed in several different colors of cashmere.
LIGHT ON THE LINENS
Minimizing the volume of laundry will always be a priority here. We had a custom tablecloth made from stain-forgiving fabric. It’s large enough to also cover the gaming table (from the living room) that can extend the dining table. We had hemp napkins embroidered with alpine motifs so that everyone can recognize their napkin. We also used hemp with frayed edges for the shower curtains. Bathroom towels have three different colors of blanket-stitching around their edges, making it easier for the family to return the linens to the proper bathroom.