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The Alpaga Boutique Hotel is located in the famous French ski resort of Megève at an altitude of 1,100 meters. The interiors of the hotel are designed in the well-known alpine style, but the designer decided to combine the traditional light wood and beamed ceilings with accents and dark colors. In the lobby, guests are…

We are used to seeing chalets in a dark design with massive beams and rather voluminous furniture. However, the interiors of this house in Sweden, on the contrary, turned out to be light and very modern. All thanks to the fact that the designer and the owners chose light-colored wood. Black items and decor were…

Rote Wand Gourmet is nestled among the mountains in the Austrian village of Lech am Arlberg. For the first time the hotel received guests back in 1959, and of course, many things have become outdated since then. The designers who worked on the renovation project managed to masterfully combine the traditional Alpine style and modern…

This mountain house in Norway will appeal to lovers of industrial aesthetics. It is built entirely of concrete, which the designers did not hide even inside on the ceilings and walls. Outside, this decision is absolutely justified, as the house is located on a rocky slope and almost merges with the landscape. In the interiors,…

The story behind this chalet is very typical of the local area: until recently it was an old abandoned farmhouse, which the new owners converted into a stunning mountain retreat. At first, the family planned to renovate only the extension, but in the process, it was decided to update the interiors of the entire house….

Although this chalet is located in one of the most famous resorts of the Alps, Courchevel, its design is slightly different from the typical mountain homes of this region. The fact is that the English designer Brian O’Sullivan worked on his project, and he showed his interpretation on a mountain home. The interiors combine elements…

Externally, this house in the mountains of Spain is no different from the neighboring wooden cottages, but its interiors surprise with a fresh modern look at the design of mountain chalets. Here, wooden beams are combined with “loft” concrete columns and metal structures, while a vintage chest of drawers is juxtaposed with trendy Scandinavian furniture…

Thanks to the huge glass wall in the living room, tenants of this luxury chalet in the Alps can feel like they are in the world’s best 3D cinema. And here nature itself shows its best films about mountain peaks and incomparable sunsets. The interiors of the chalet are a unique mix of traditional rough…

Unlike European Alps, on American ski resorts, they prefer modern design of mountain chalets. Take, for example, this beautiful modern cottage in the state of Montana – it was built and designed in a simple, but such a light and bright minimalist Scandinavian style. The main space in the house is a huge living room…

A 17th-century traditional house in the Swiss Alps has recently been renovated and converted into a secluded chalet. Despite the solid update, the vintage spirit and wonderful atmosphere of old mountain homes have been preserved here. Gray-brown wood and natural stone abound here, but there are also very modern elements: a stylish fireplace, a “levitating”…