Spanish Peaks House

With enormous rectangular beams and round log posts, the Spanish Peaks House is a spectacular study in contrasts. Even the exterior—with horizontal log slab siding and vertical wood paneling—mixes textures and styles beautifully. An outdoor rock fireplace, built-in stone grill and ample seating enable the owners to make the most of the mountain-top setting.
Inside, the owners relied on Blue Ribbon Builders to capture the natural feel of the home’s surroundings. A massive boulder makes up the hearth in the great room, and provides ideal fireside seating. A custom-made stone replica of Lone Peak is the backsplash in a distinctive powder room; and a giant slab of granite adds the finishing touch to the home’s enviable wood, tile and granite kitchen. In the daylight basement, brushed concrete flooring adds both texture and durability.

Roger Wade

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Kimberly Dion added this to Dion Custom Home10 August 2022

Room - We like the natural wood-trimmed windows, floor boards for ease of maintenance. Kim wants to make sure it doesn't become too heavy and is thinking the furniture will help balance the masculine/feminine feel of the overall home.

izzy bothers added this to basement bar18 December 2021

makes new want to embrace large basement window. great sunset views in summer

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