The New York Times just featured this 5,400-square-foot home in Jackson Hole and we have to admit, it's stunning. Owners Clay Heighten and Deba Caudy bought the five-acre lot for $1.2 million in 2011 before turning it over to Larry Pearson of the Pearson Design Group in Bozeman, Montana. Sixteen months and $4 million later, the designer revealed an indoor-outdoor living concept that allows for snow in the entry hall. Yes, you read that correctly. Instead of a formal entrance, Mr. Pearson substituted an outdoor living room complete with fireplace, sliding barn doors, and Teton views that will stop you in your tracks. Inside, each of the fireplaces is anchored with huge stone slabs and the decor uses a neutral color palette accented with pops of orange and red. Luxurious furs don't look cheesy in this mountain abode and we can't help but be green with envy at the thought of long summer nights sipping wine in front of the outdoor fireplace.
All Photos from the Pearson Design Group