Homestead Magazine 2012 has arrived! This year’s edition features exciting new content, including personal style spotlights on of some of Jackson’s best-known tastemakers, and the collaborations of our region’s innovative architects, builders, designers, writers and artists.
Homestead readers will get an exclusive look into the personal spaces of MADE’s Jon Frechette, lover of all things quirky and handmade, and stylist Jairus Noble who brings glamour and style to his clientele at his high-end salon. Amanda Roberston, of women’s clothing & accessories boutique Rodeo, shares her classic antiques and precious family heirlooms, and fashion designer and art dealer Shari Brownfield showcases her home’s eclectic style and mixed materials.
Homestead also features the professional design picks of select local tastemakers. We’ve included Larry Berlin’s favorite standout architectural elements, and Brian Goff’s interior design inspirations. Readers will also find Kate Binger’s picks for crafting beautiful personal home decor, as well as the favorite finishing touches and classic details of Jane Cater-Getz of Belle Cose and Goodie 2 Shoes. These individuals’ diverse design aesthetics and discerning tastes add beauty to their surroundings every day, inspiring our community and infusing Teton valley with its signature culture and charm.
Also be sure to check out our four Dream Home feature pieces, where each comprehensive spread showcases one of Jackson’s most breathtaking collaborations of construction and design. Readers will see a slope-side ski-in lodge by Acanthus Architecture, Trauner Designs, Bounticou Construction and Coax Jax, and a picturesque ranch home made from the timber of a 100 year-old barn in Ohio by Dan Schou Construction, Red Chair Design Studio, and MountainScapes.
Readers will glimpse into a 6,700 square foot rustic lodge with a contemporary but casual European flare by Architect William H. Childs Jr. and Associates, Kurt Wimberg Construction, and Snake River Interiors. And in the Dream Home collaboration of Stephen Dynia Architects and Dynamic Custom Homes, readers will learn that structure is an ever-evolving play of space, light, unusual angles and dynamic views. We thought this mixed-level Shooting Star home was such a standout that we even selected its kitchen for our cover shot.
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