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20 Years Of Dream Homes

CELEBRATING 20 YEARS OF HOMESTEAD MAGAZINE

Leafing through Homestead’s 20 years of covers is like taking a walk back in time. When I started this magazine in 2001, my vision was to showcase these works of art, which are rarely seen by those who have an appreciation for great design. It was also to create a resource guide for those looking to build or redesign, a platform for professionals to share their work from year to year.

Jackson Hole brings out the artist in us all, generating a desire to capture, frame and share our inspirations in many mediums and, in this case, our living spaces. Our valley attracts a tremendous talent pool of designers that unite together in each home project to assure that the shape, forms, lines, colors and textures all materialize into another work of art on our landscape.
From the beginning, we hired local salespeople, writers, photographers and designers. (Four of the original Homestead members—Mindy Duquette, Martha Vorel, my wife, Megan, and I—still make up the core of today’s team.) Then, as now, our dream was to produce elegant, sophisticated, coffee table-worthy keepsakes that also serve as invaluable resources, offering local insights, ideas and information to help Jackson Hole residents pursue their own home design dreams.

As you peruse the following pages, we hope you’ll enjoy walking down memory lane with us.

Be Well,
Latham Jenkins
Founder & Publisher

2001

2001 The timber frame construction of this home by Strout Architects creates an elegant living space. Reclaimed hand-hewn timbers are used to articulate the dramatic grand hall, and to frame the more intimate spaces.
PHOTO: CONRAD JOHNSON

2002

2002 Harker Design: The magnificent stone and log fireplace enhanced by generously proportioned chenille sofas and rich hand-rubbed woods creates a timeless casual elegance in this mountain residence.
PHOTO: ROGER WADE

2003

2003 For this dramatic Tucker Ranch dining room, Laurie Interiors started with an antique Bijar carpet from Kismet Rug Gallery and a custom-made oak drop-leaf table. Gold wallpaper laid in from torn strips is the perfect backdrop for White Horse IV by Kiki Martinez.
PHOTO: DAVID SWIFT

2004

2004 This beautiful Teton Village home demonstrates that elegance, sophistication and Western style can coexist. The Red Chair designers have expertly blended polished and rustic textures. The mantel features the work of Tal Walton from the Legacy Gallery.
PHOTO: LARK SMOTHERMON

2005

2005 Harker Design approaches each home and each room with the goal of creating spaces that are uniquely suited to the client, now and well into the future. From antique furniture to custom- designed pieces, Harker designers blend styles, colors and textures.
PHOTO: ROGER WADE

2006

2006 From the rich colors and textures of fabrics and paint to custom-designed lighting and unique accessories, Laurie Waterhouse and her experienced team of designers aim to create a room that showcases each client’s singular personal style.
PHOTO: DAVID SWIFT

2007

2007 Strout Architects and Harker Design create an unequaled and extraordinary, livable Western vacation home atop Gros Ventre Butte, combining traditional materials with contemporary design in a quiet, hospitable way.
PHOTO: DAVID SWIFT

2008

2008 Respect for place and a desire to create a timeless home that leaves a lasting impression drives Dan Schou Construction, Harker Design and MD Nursery to complete the dream that is Ellen Creek.
PHOTO: CAMERON NIELSON

2009

2009 Ellis Nunn & Associates and Pioneer Log Homes take tradition to a whole new level. Two families. One Dream. And nothing but lodgepole pine.
PHOTO: ROGER WADE STUDIO

2010

2010 An airy and captivating floor plan is the key to this Western contemporary design by Teton Heritage Builders. Three Rivers Stone, expansive windows and exposed steelwork create an atmosphere that’s both Western and contemporary.
PHOTO: ROGER WADE STUDIO

2011

2011 Pocket Ranch, a home designed to be one with the environment, is a collaboration between Strout Architects, Teton Heritage Builders and Laurie Waterhouse Interiors. It offers a glimpse at how a dwelling becomes part of the ecosystem.
PHOTO: DAVID SWIFT

2012

2012 Clean lines and a blend of textural elements come together in this home designed by Stephen Dynia in collaboration with Dynamic Custom Homes. This masterpiece displays an ever-evolving play of space, light, unusual angles and dynamic views.
PHOTO: CAMERON NIELSON

2013

2013 Embracing Stephen Dynia’s portfolio of innovative design, this treasure is open yet intimate. Interior designer Jacque Jenkins- Stireman used natural colors and textures that speak to the outdoors, while John Walker, of Mill Iron Timberworks, made it all come together.
PHOTO: DAVID AGNELLO

2014

2014 Snake River Interiors owner Elisa Chambers gives a personal tour of her home. A mix of grand and intimate spaces showcases the family’s lifelong collection of exquisite works. The home is a warm living environment for the family of six— functional yet aesthetic.
PHOTO: CAMERON NIELSON

2015

2015 Grace Home Design and Jackson Hole Contracting take us through a complete home remodel. Our cover home opens up to a vivid canvas of confident choices, ingenious renovations and picture-perfect detailing.
PHOTO: DAVID AGNELLO

2016 Spring/Summer

2016 Spring/Summer After the retreat of a wildfire, a property is renewed by an extraordinary home, its roofing melding with the landscape. Despite its modern design and size, the home’s profile fits into the contours of the property. Ward + Blake Architects, Cox Construction, ek Reedy Interiors.
PHOTO: PAUL WARCHOL

2016 Fall/Winter

2016 Fall/Winter An exquisite chandelier and sleek steel fireplace anchor this complete interior remodel, bringing city style—with a twist—to Jackson Hole. Expertly executed by Howells Architecture + Design, Dembergh Construction, Kate Binger, of Dwelling, and Willow Creek Woodworks.
PHOTO: DAVID AGNELLO

2017 Spring/Summer

2017 Spring/Summer This hillside residence blends mountain lodge with urban convenience. A hand-selected team including New West Building Company, Enclosure Architecture, Trauner Fay Designs and Frederick Landscaping contributed to produce this meticulously-crafted home.
PHOTO: DAVID AGNELLO

2017 Fall/Winter

2017 Fall/Winter A striking home designed by Richard Keating issued a challenge to all involved—spurring the new owners to embrace contemporary and their designers, WRJ Design, to achieve warmth amid the angularity.
PHOTO: ED RIDDELL

2018 Spring/Summer

2018 Spring/Summer Simple lines, clean details and walls of windows. Chris Lee, of Design Associates, captures incredible Teton views from every room in this stunning residence, which feels as though it is entirely made of glass.
PHOTO: KRAFTY PHOTOS

2018 Fall/Winter

2018 Fall/Winter If every house speaks a different language, the latest design by Berlin Architects is fluent in the echoes of the Tetons. This home embodies rustic turned contemporary. The interior space resounds with natural light and views.
PHOTO: JIM FAIRCHILD

2019 Spring/Summer

2019 Spring/Summer WRJ Design. Expert sourcing leads to an interior design rich in history, culture, craftsmanship and nature in a majestic mountain home.
PHOTO: WILLIAM ABRANOWICZ

2019 Fall/Winter

2019 Fall/Winter JLF Architects, Big-D Signature and Verdone Landscape Architects transform an 1890s dairy barn into a contemporary home on the range.
PHOTO: AUDREY HALL

2020 Spring/Summer

2020 Spring/Summer MountainScapes, Clearwater Restoration and Agrostis Inc. combine natural materials with geometric designs to surround this modern home with inventive, enjoyable exterior spaces.
PHOTO: KRAFTY PHOTOS

2020 Fall/Winter

2020 Fall/Winter Jacque Jenkins-Stireman, Berlin Architects and Two Ocean Builders paired modern materials with traditional treatments in a home designed to suit both the unique site and the clients’ extended family.
PHOTO: DAVID AGNELLO