Red Triangle Mountain Style Project Photos

Browse some of our most spectacular mountain style log and timber home photos. Our custom homes are located across the map and represent the unique style of the clients who chose to realize their mountain home dream.

Mountain Style home photos
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About this Project

This Wyoming handcrafted log home is magnificent to behold, both outside and within. Giant, cedar character pillars frame the glass walls in both the great room and dining area, allowing the beauty of the surrounding landscape to fully become part of the home's interior spaces.

1 - Handcrafted Log Home in Jackson Hole, Wyoming
Handcrafted log home in Wyoming

About this Project

This Washington timber frame home is a modern take on mountain style living. While it is a true timber frame structure its contemporary angles flow into a unique design. Its view-facing elevation features giant window walls that fold away to expand the interior spaces into the surrounding landscape.

2 - Timber Frame Home in Suncadia, Washington
modern timber frame home in Washington

About this Project

This handcrafted log cabin blends rustic features with comfort to create an appearance that is nothing short of authentic. Old western-inspired accents, a “rusted” roof, and the rugged, raw look of hand pealed logs make this new home look as though it has been standing for generations.

3 - Handcrafted Log Home Cabin in Central Idaho
Handcrafted log home cabin

About this Project

This Appalachian influenced Colorado log home was designed to work with the sloping lot. Flowing with the slope the plan includes a master suite on the main level with a guest suite below. The robust log trusses throughout the home provide a rustic backdrop for the modern western interior.

4 - Log Home in Colorado
Colorado Log Home

About this Project

Built for the slopes—not only topography of the lot, but for this Idaho family’s love for skiing, this timber frame home is perfect for its location. Custom timber trusses make a bold statement in the great room as its windows overlook the valley below. This ski retreat also features amenities for time away from the snow, with a wine cellar, bar, and theatre room in the basement.

5 - Timber Frame Home in McCall, Idaho
Timber frame home in McCall

About this Project

This West Virginia log home’s modern twist on mountain living showcases many unique features. Its mixture of Asian accents and custom lighting throughout the interior is complimented by the amazing natural light provided by the home’s double prow windows.

6 - Log Home in West Virginia
West Virginia Log Home

About this Project

An extraordinary example of mountain style design, this Idaho home makes a strong visual impression both outside and within. Its distinct log cross brace in the great room window is mirrored on a smaller scale above the entryway, creating a unique architectural presence which befits its location beneath the Teton Range.

7 - Handcrafted Log Home in Eastern Idaho
Handcrafted log home

About this Project

Using natural materials such as stone, wood and timber frame this Arizona structure represents the best of modern day Southwestern design. Exterior timber frame trusses and accents punctuate the grandness of the space while interior timber framed walls open the space for light. The extension of the peak from the great room shelters the outdoor kitchen and dining space, creating additional living space.

 

8 - Timber Frame Home in Arizona
Southwestern timber frame home

About this Project

This Oregon ski retreat proves that log homes can be beautiful as well as energy efficient. As the first authentic log home to receive LEED Platinum certification from the USGBC, it is admired not only for its efficiency, but its design. A mixture of log walls and custom timber frame accents, allow the home to blend into the landscape while remaining a beautiful addition to its surroundings.

9 - Green Log Home at Mount Hood, Oregon
Green designed log home

About this Project

Hearty logs create the magnificent trusses and window frame through this Maine log home's open interiors. In keeping with local architectural tradition, the cedar logs which make up the walls of the home were left untreated and will weather naturally over time. The rustic exterior move effortlessly into the interior which transitions into a more modern take on coastal living.

10 - Log Home in Maine
Maine Log Home Design

About this Project

Staying true to classic, Adirondack tradition, this log post and beam design seems to have sprung up from the surrounding landscape. While the exterior is rooted faithfully in tradition, the inside brings a bright and contemporary feel to mountain style living.

11 - Log Post and Beam Home in Georgia
Log home in Georgia

About this Project

A winter home getaway you could easily picture at any major ski resort, this home was designed to accommodate friends and family on extended weekend retreats. To make this home an all season cabin a hot tub was incorporated into the deck as well as a double-sided fireplace to create an inviting appeal for everyone during sun or snow.

12 - Log and Timber Frame Hybrid in Idaho
Ski cabin in Idaho

About this Project

When you think of mountain style living, New Jersey might not be the first location to come into your mind. However, this breath taking log and timber hybrid home fits comfortably on a New Jersey lakeside. The custom curved timber truss is repeated through the great room and to the exterior deck, prompting any boaters who pass by to take notice of this amazing home.

13 - Hybrid Log and Timber Home in New Jersey
New Jersey log and timber home

About this Project

When a family from Argentina chose to build their dream home in Idaho, they wanted to mix their architectural roots with the mountain style of their new home. The result is this stunningly unique home which creates a statement by combining a variety of natural materials including; square log walls, timber frame accents, stone and cedar shake.

14 - Log and Timber Frame Hybrid in Eastern Idaho
European timber frame home

About this Project

A unique home designed for a unique lifestyle, this sleek timber frame home was built for use by two families. Through careful design, it features two living spaces in the basement for each group to function separately, while the upstairs provides a large common space for all to gather. The timber frame itself provides warmth and character as it accentuates the contemporary interior design features of this resort getaway.

15 - Timber Frame Home in Mammoth, California
Timber home in California