Your design guide for elevated living at altitude.
The Living Room
In the mountain modern home, the living room is the heart of the space. We started with the Range Sofa to inspire deep comfort and conversation, paired with the Vail Lounge Chair and Parish coffee table—the perfect foundational pieces to establish this unique aesthetic. Striking florals and varied textures add interest, while the side table, magazine rack and modern painting (Stark 2 by Dan Hobday) add contrast by incorporating different shapes, materials and varying focal points.
The Vail Lounge Chair
Our most popular chair for a reason, this piece is luxury at its comfiest.
Crazy cozy plush cushion on a sturdy but slender steel base with the warmth of wood and leather accents—this mixed material masterpiece is a must for every mountain home.
Dining & Kitchen
The mountain modern kitchen and dining area is all about creating a clean, open, functional and calming space—with plenty of natural light and an inviting but intimate seating area comfortable enough for second helpings.
With solid wood dowels across the back and a channel-tufted leather upholstered seat, these stunners are as beautiful from the front as they are from behind and create a counter-height dining option perfect for a casual coffee or working lunch.
The Highline Bench
Benches are an efficient and elegant way to solve storage problems and create more seating in your home. The Highline Bench features a fresh combination of linen, wood, and steel, creating an uncomplicated and unexpectedly comfortable seat.
Our solution for those moments when you need a sit, but could also use a hug. Its white oak frame and metal spindles make for a sturdy seat, strong enough for any mountain man, while the dense yet airy pillows make it the perfect spot for an afternoon power nap.