You know, my parents tried to encourage me to ski a few times when I was little, with absolutely zero luck. I mean, I was no dummy. I knew that the best part of any ski trip was hunkering down in front of the fire in the lodge, hot cocoa in hand for good measure. And had you asked me a week ago, I would have told you childhood me had beaten the system, as I consistently just went straight to the goods upon arrival.
But then I stumbled upon this mountain home tour, all decked to the nines for Christmas. And it wasn’t until this very instant that I’ve had any regrets with regards to my lack of ski-skills. Because herein lies the problem: you can’t really justify a mountain home, unless you’re a bit of a snow bunny. And all of a sudden, I really need a mountain home – especially at Christmas. One peek at this insanely good beauty, by Studio McGee, and I’m confident you’ll see why.
Photos: Travis J. Photography | Design: Studio Mcgee – See more right here
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WOW I don’t love to ski but my family does…sure would love to be at this mountain home next week:) Thank you for sharing!
Really mesmerising pictures,i really enjoyed your bedroom design and the use of chandelier,Hope Santa bring you all the happiness on this winter season.
The lighting work is simply wonderful! I love your style. My compliments to the fireplace, looks stunning
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May I ask, what is the manufacturer/designer of the grey upholstered chairs with the wood frame that extends at an angle out from the back? Those are beautiful and exactly what I’ve been looking for!