Homestead Magazine

Homestead Magazine is Jackson Hole’s premier resource for art, architecture, real estate, and interior design. With a focus on the blend of western and contemporary design that is so unique to the Rocky Mountain West, Homestead Magazine serves many functions in the Jackson community. It is a directory of local resources, an editorial publication featuring original articles and photography, a showcase of work by top architects, artists, builders, designers, and artisans, and a source of inspiration for anyone building, buying, or decorating a home.

Design Inspiration

Refined Western Elegance

2017, Design Inspiration

MELDING TRADITIONAL WESTERN DESIGN WITH A CONTEMPORARY FLAIR IS NO EASY TASK, UNLESS YOU ARE JACQUE JENKINS- STIREMAN, a local designer who executed clear and well-de ned objectives to help a Lake Blu , Illinois, couple with two very di erent aesthetic styles de ne Western elegance in their Teton Pines home. “I wanted to […]

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Bucking The Trend

2017, Design Inspiration

SOME ARCHITECTURE FIRMS ARE KNOWN FOR TRADEMARK DESIGN ELEMENTS OR A CERTAIN LOOK THAT IS APPARENT IN ALL THEIR WORK. Scott Payne and Jamie Farmer proudly reject a signature style. They believe architecture should be in influenced by the site, climate and region. “The context informs the style,” Farmer says. It’s a philosophy that allows […]

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Mountain Getaway Transformed

2017, Design Inspiration

WILLOW CREEK INTERIOR DESIGN OWNER AND DESIGNER COLLEEN WALLS IS INSPIRED WHEN PRESENTED WITH A CREATIVE CHALLENGE. Recognizing that privately owned land in Teton County is becoming more limited, she has focused her business toward the increasing trend of remodeling. Walls and associate designer Lacey Stalter redesigned this Teton Pines cluster home while simultaneously overseeing […]

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Dream Homes

The Height Of The New West

2017, Dream Homes

The frontier having long ago vanished, we live in the cultural era of the New West. The intermountain region remains one of open spaces and breathtaking landscapes where custom home design and construction are thriving. Homes of the New West feature clean lines, reclaimed materials and high-tech audio/visual and climate systems. Mike Zoske, owner of […]

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A Housewarming

2017, Dream Homes

Is contemporary intrinsically cold? That was the concern of a couple when they found an architectural masterpiece in Alta, Wyoming. Designed by skyscraper architect Richard Keating, the striking structure felt like a stretch for them, their East Coast roots and their predilection for mission-style furniture. “I thought it was absolutely gorgeous, but the house was […]

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Timeless East Jackson Mountain Retreat

2017, Dream Homes

Settled on a picturesque hill in East Jackson, the Hoover residence blends a mountain lodge with urban convenience, modern lines with a rustic timber-beam structure, and indoor comfort with nearby wilderness. It’s the perfect in-town retreat for a mountain-inspired family. A hand-selected team composed of Enclosure Studio, Trauner Fay Designs, New West Building Company and […]

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Arts

Infusing The Arts With Energy

2017, Arts

Irrepressible energy and eclectic participation drive Jackson’s Fall Arts Festival like a rocket. Its enduring vitality ignites Western art markets by bridging iconic history with contemporary trends. “Sheer numbers, great partnerships and intense involvement keep Fall Arts fresh,” says Jackson Hole Chamber of Commerce Director of Special Events Maureen Murphy. “Each year we add galleries […]

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The Jackson Hole Showcase of Homes

2017, Arts

Inspiration For All It’s to both sate curiosity and facilitate introductions to Jackson Hole’s premier design, build and artistic professionals that Homestead magazine hosts its annual Showcase of Homes. Included in a packed September week of Fall Arts Festival events, the tour hits a sweet spot somewhere between design consultation, philanthropic fundraiser and social hour(s). […]

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The Ephemeral Nature Of Nature

2017, Arts

ARTIST FOCUS — Scotty Craighead When artist Scotty Craighead envisions a landscape, he doesn’t look out toward open vistas and towering mountains. Though he is inspired by the venerable tradition of Western landscape art, from Thomas Moran to the contemporary painter James Lavadour, his gaze falls to the terrain under our soles. By focusing on […]

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Features

Natural Integrity

2017, Features

A series of female patrons has defined modern architecture in Jackson Hole as a spirited solution to the challenges of Teton properties. Over the past 80-plus years, their timely patronage of visionaries has ushered a modern infusion in Jackson. In the 1930s, Helen Resor recruited German architect Mies van der Rohe to create a summer […]

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In The Round

2017, Features

Designing In 3D Imagine stepping inside your home long before the walls are built. Imagine gazing through the bay windows of the breakfast nook, months before the Pella order is placed. Imagine shifting the roofline several inches to better frame the front door, well ahead of any change-order headache. Three-dimensional modeling makes such visualizations possible. […]

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Green Light

2017, Features

Upgrading An Energy-efficient Home Houses need health checkups too. Knowing this, architectural designer Richard Reese enlisted Scott Paulson of Resource Efficient Solutions to perform a physical exam of his 13-year-old home in east Jackson. Having designed the abode with energy efficiency in mind, Reese knew upgrades could be made to his “well-lived-in and well-loved” family […]

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