In this stunning mountain home designed by Trey Wheeler of Tinker Ma, Inc. and built and designed by Bryan and Julie Bledsoe of Dwell Designed Construction, contemporary lines and materials come together to create a timeless, sprawling estate nestled into its surroundings. The clean lines and crisp finishes cultivate a refreshing simplicity, while the thoughtful layout and stately windows help the home blend seamlessly into a well-loved lot.
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(ABOVE) Looking at the back of the house, the roofline really takes center stage. Enormous fir beams jut out, stretching from the opposite side of the house. The angular, flared roof creates a stunning focal point. “These beams are structural as well as beautiful; they are the support system of this roof,” Bryan says. Meanwhile, wrap-around porches work as additional seating and entertaining areas. A pass-through window from the kitchen opens all the way up to allow access to the interior countertop from outside. “That was a really fun choice and makes entertaining and passing drinks and food from the kitchen so much easier,” Julie explains.
(BELOW) Further around on the porch, the open-air outdoor shower is decked with the same bamboo composite as the entryway. It features a built-in bench seat facing the privacy of the woods. A tall concrete planter with mature herbs and plants serves as an organic semi-privacy wall.
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