Designer Trip Haenisch is a favorite in Hollywood for his urbane yet approachable homes and apartments, many of which are showcased in his new book,
Personal Space (Rizzoli). But he also has a talent for rustic chic, as evidenced by this Park City, Utah, mountain retreat that he crafted for long-time LA clients.
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Haenisch worked with the Colorado architecture firm
DTJ Design to create a house that would serve as a comfortable retreat for his long-time clients, while making the most of the dramatic setting high in the mountains. In the entry, the vintage settee came from Denmark 50, and the games table was found at Revival Antiques; the kilim-covered ottoman is by Horchow.
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The great room's color scheme of red, yellow, and blue is reiterated throughout the house. The linen-covered club chairs and sofa are custom designs, the Danish tile-topped cocktail table is vintage, the rug is by The Rug Company, and the floor lamp is by Hollywood at Home. A light blond finish was used for all the beams and window and door surrounds.
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The double-width daybed and rope-wrapped chandelier are custom designs.
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The dining table and oversized floor lamp with a rawhide shade are custom designs; the artwork is by S. B. Landau Photography.
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The kitchen's Shaker-style cabinetry is of knotty alder wood; the pendant light is by The Urban Electric Co., and the design of the island was inspired by the vintage industrial bar cart next to it.
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In the home office, three chairs by John Himmel for David Sutherland surround a custom cocktail table; the driftwood pendant light is by Dan Marty, and the sconces are by Circa Lighting.
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The master bedroom's iron faux-bois bed with a leather headboard was designed by Haenisch for the room; the nightstands are by Eric Brand.
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The master bath; the photographs are by Massimo Vitalli, and the chain pendant light is vintage.
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In a guest room, the nightstands are by Jens Risom, the floor lamp is from Ikea, and the paper lantern came from the Noguchi Museum.
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In another guest room, the 1940s chair is from Denmark 50 and the chest of drawers is vintage.
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In the bunk room, the beds are by La Lune, the custom rug is by Stark, and the chairs are by Eurotrend.
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The bunkroom bath is sheathed in blond barn wood.
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The exterior of the house, which was designed to blend into the terrain while taking advantage of the spectacular mountain views.
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The designer's new book, published by Rizzoli, which chronicles a dozen of his projects.