Over the 2021/2022 year we were up in Steamboat Springs building out a cute little studio project and today we are sharing some photos of that little studio! This was a fun project and in such a beautiful location with the ski resort to our east and town to our west, the spectacular views all around and lots of wildlife made this project quite memorable!
Studio Views: The Douglas Fir Timbers and Reclaimed Barn wood Siding and Colorado Buff Sandstone give this new build the look of belonging against the mountain backdrop!
Views of the front and back of the studio showing off the different materials used to give the studio lots of character. No single material competes to grab your attention, instead all materials are complimentary and lend to the balance of the structure! We loved using that little pop of color with the windows/doors and roofing too!
Moving Inside, we brought in the reclaimed barn wood on the ceiling and as base and casing. The (local) sandstone makes up the fireplace with a nice large hearth to sit and warm up at during the winter. The timbers keep the mountain aesthetic and give the space warmth with their amber hues. The use of a neutral wall color and floor material lets all of the natural materials inside stand out. The small kitchenette with tall upper cabinets and an L shaped base run provide plenty of counter space to set up for those winding down moments with friends on the deck after a good day of fishing or hiking or around the fireplace after a fun day of skiing!
We worked with Northwestern Supply for the doors and windows and had a great experience with them. We also worked with Traditional Roots Joinery on the timber frame and have since worked on another project with them in Fort Collins. For the reclaimed barn wood siding and trim, we worked with Western Hardwoods. We worked with Arkins Park Stone for all the Colorado Buff Sandstone at the fireplace and around our exterior columns. Cabinetry done by Harrington Construction.
There’s been quite a lot going on with new projects taking shape and we are looking forward to sharing those in the coming months!