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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

Elements of Architecture

2019, Design Inspiration

From the general layout of your home to the smallest structural details, every aspect of its architecture reflects who you are and how you want to live. Evolving and expanding over the years, home design in Jackson Hole now offers homeowners a wide range of styles and approaches. We asked several of the valley’s leading […]

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Coalescing Architecture

2019, Design Inspiration

When space, emotion and environment coalesce, architecture becomes art, and the affect is limitless—as felt by the people who experience such inspired spaces. This concept was truly vanguard when Mexican architect Luis Barragán so astutely articulated it decades ago—and remains so today. “Architecture is an art when one consciously or unconsciously creates aesthetic emotion in […]

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The Perlman Project

2019, Design Inspiration

The Perlman Project is a custom rug studio on the West Bank of Jackson Hole, where Linda Perlman is designing and manufacturing 100 percent Tibetan wool rugs. Her vision was to create a design boutique where she could work directly with clients to produce custom rugs. The rugs are designed in her studio and dyed […]

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Dream Homes

From There to Here

2019, Dream Homes

The Sourcing Artistry of WRJ Design In the entranceway of a spectacular 8,500-square-foot home, at an altitude of nearly 10,000 feet and within the gates of the Yellowstone Club in Montana, 19th-century German roe deer antler mounts hang on the wall. On each is inscribed the year as well as the location of the hunt. […]

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European Mountain Chateau

2019, Dream Homes

Elevates Traditional Design Molded plaster and cathedral ceilings bring a European style to this recently renovated mountain home. You may never tire of the views—floor-to-ceiling windows in the great room face the jagged peaks of Jackson Hole Mountain Resort—but the surrounding warmth eventually envelopes you like a cozy blanket and draws your eye inward. The […]

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Slopeside Splendor

2019, Dream Homes

The iconic Teton Range rises magnificently, abruptly from the valley floor, both framing the surrounding landscape and defining it. Similarly, a large estate in the mountains has the opportunity to both influence and absorb its natural surroundings, and the most inspiring examples find balance between the two. One such example, the 14,000-square-foot Granite Ridge Lodge, […]

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Arts

Simplicity + Beauty

2019, Arts

Bring Joy to Life The work of Jackson based-artist Kathryn Mapes Turner is inspired by her connection with the natural world. Having grown up on her family’s dude-ranch inside Grand Teton National Park, her paintings and drawings capture the essence of the landscape and wildlife with a balance of dynamic energy and serenity. Turner lives […]

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Western Design Exhibit + Sale

2019, Arts

The Western Design Exhibit + Sale, located in the Snow King Event Center, is a four-day event—Thursday, September 5th, through Sunday, September 8th—featuring juried functional artists from across the nation who are inspired by the mountain spirit of the West. The work is one-of-a-kind, from cowboy to contemporary, and this is an opportunity to personally […]

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Fall Arts Festival

2019, Arts

As the days grow shorter, the nights cooler, the Jackson Hole Chamber of Commerce hosts one of the premier cultural events in the Rocky Mountain West celebrating the arts—the Jackson Hole Fall Arts Festival, now in its 35th year. Whether you attend the always popular Palates and Palettes Art Walk, Taste of the Tetons, Quick […]

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Features

Showing Its Soft Side

2019, Features

More and more landscapes in the mountains are being paved with natural pathways and planted with native grasses to create no-fuss, eco-friendly designs, according to Sean Macauley of MountainScapes, Inc., one of the premier full-service landscape companies in Jackson Hole. He should know—he started MountainScapes 20 years ago and now employs more than 55 people […]

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Not Your Grandmother’s Wallpaper

2019, Features

Today’s wallpaper is vastly different than days of old. It adds dimension and texture, and when used purposefully, it speaks for itself. From hand-painted designs to elaborate digital creations, evocative wallpaper patterns are a visual art. Here are a few thoughts from our local experts … “Patterned wallpaper is like whipped butter icing on the […]

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Among the Trees

2019, Features

It took homeowners hailing from rainy Seattle to look at a heavily forested, shaded lot and see the potential for light. The project’s architect, Stephen Dynia, explains, “The clients saw value in how beautiful the perception of the landscape is: You get to look down at the town, elk refuge and surrounding mountains, all brilliantly […]

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