Five Ways To Design A Lodge


Introducing Great Point Lodge designed by the Miller Architects, my all time favorite mountain lodge. Massive enough for all of your guests at 18,000 sq. ft. boasting seven bedrooms and seven bathrooms but the feel of a cozy cabin nestled in the breath taking Gallatin Mountains. Lets take the tour and talk about ways to design a lodge.


Use Natural Materials- The most important way to achieve a rustic feel is to use natural materials from the surrounding areas incorporated with reclaimed lumber and natural stone.


Dramatic Lighting- The scale is paramount in homes like this where massive ceiling heights and wide open spaces make up the interior.


Create Cozy Spaces- Reading nooks and window seats provide quiet areas for guests to retreat and making the lodge feel like a cozy cabin.

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Fireplaces- This goes without saying in a lodge home and the use of natural stone with reclaimed lumber mantels completes the look.


Bunk Beds- Incorporating built in beds and utilizing the height of the lodge is aesthetically pleasing and functional. What kid doesn’t love bunk beds??


A Screened In Porch- A lovely place to relax and enjoy nature and the beautiful surroundings of the Gallatin Mountains.


There you have it, undoubtedly one of the most beautiful lodge homes ever designed. A home that will inspire generations of lodge homes and memories for families and friends to gather. If you have a lodge home or log cabin we would love for you to share it with us.


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