Mountain Floor Plan Concepts
Although each home we design is drawn specifically for the client, we have created a number of conceptual plans for inspiration. Use both our gallery and portfolio to help shape your own design preferences. Below are just a handful of our mountain style floor plan concepts.
Coeur d'Alene Lodge
Originally designed at 7,823 sq. ft. livable space.
The Coeur d'Alene Lodge concept showcases a sprawling layout which accommodates a number of unique spaces such as a wine cellar, rec room, formal dining and study. This spectacular design includes six custom timber trusses flowing from the entry, through the great room, into the patio.
Originally designed at 2,521 sq. ft. livable space.
Conceived as a timber frame home on a steep slope, the Creekside mixes rustic elements like stone, metal and wood siding to mimic the look of old mining towns and sawmills. Multiple outdoor living spaces were added to take advantage of the views of a mountain community.
Originally designed at 2,260 sq. ft. livable space.
Looking for that traditional log home look with a modern twist? The Upland Retreat combines log walls, stone and unique timber truss work. This imaginative concept also includes a glass wall living room framed in timber and log corners proving that not all log homes need look alike.
Originally designed at 4,196 sq. ft. livable space.
Designed to embrace the nature that surrounds it, the Laurette Chateau combines view-facing window walls with outdoor living spaces accessible on all three levels. The open layout of the interior spaces reinforces the interactive appeal of the concept, complete with a walk-out basement.
Originally designed at 2,166 sq. ft. livable space.
The distinct glass prow framed by large character logs and bulky stone, combined with authentic handcrafted walls create this award-winning Caribou floor plan concept. Smartly designed as a single level cabin, the Caribou shows what is possible in a smaller square footage layout.
Originally designed at 3,055 sq. ft. livable space.
A hybrid design of timber frame, square log walls, and stone, the Crested Butte concept was created with versatility in mind. Its sprawling floor plan has been adapted to rest against mountainous backdrops, rolling hills, and lush valleys across the United States and Canada.