Rustic Meets Modern in New Style

Mid-Century Mountain — Barclay Butera Interiors is touting a new and exciting genre of style that perfectly suits Colorado’s Snowmass Base Village.

Mid-Century Mountain makes its debut at Residence 502 West with the simplicity and clean lines found in Mid-Century Modern architecture. This style is combined with materials that are often found among the mountains to create the cozy yet modern feel that is Mid-Century Mountain.

“This model residence lives like a cozy mountain chalet with a touch of the Barclay Butera signature glam,” said Mario Ferreira of Barclay Butera Interiors. Set against the backdrop of Snowmass, with its ski slopes and stunning nature, the newly discovered style is bound to attract attention. “These model residences are a study in contrasts, providing a canvas that inspires our homeowners and highlights the possibilities for making the residence their own,” added John Calhoun, the vice president of sales and marketing for East West Partners.

Wooden surfaces are a prominent component of this new style. Live-edge wooden furniture creates a rustic and authentic feel. The rough edge paired with smooth lines is an interesting contrast that pulls from other Mid-Century designs. Similarly, wooden accents play nicely with other sleek surfaces.
A touch of nature goes a long way. With broad windows and beautiful natural scenery just beyond the walls, a few accents can really tie the indoors and outdoors together.

— Greenery showcased in a clear, glass vase is a simple addition that makes all the difference in a room.

— Various wooden surfaces are a smart way to mix textures and colors without feeling disconnected.

— A mix of softer colors and muted tones create a very nature-like, calm atmosphere.

— Subtle pops of color mimic the small splashes of color that are also found among the mountains.

Photos by Gibeon Photography