House Tour: Montana Mountains Ski House

Get out your parka, pull on your ski boots, and come with us to this gorgeous Montana Mountains Ski House by Gary McBournie. 

With the perfect deep tones, 

And layered designs, 

And warm, cozy features, 

This is the ultimate spot for winter skiing, an aprés ski celebration, 

And waking up the next morning to admire the view–and do it all over again! 

A beautiful blend of textures, tones and colors gives this house a uniform and unique look,

While unique furnishings and architectural details create a strong sense of place. 

We have winter and skiing and fires and cocoa on the brain, but this is definitely the type of place that’s perfect for all four seasons. 

Thank you so much for stopping by Design Chic today. We always love seeing you here!

Don’t forget: Southern Living will be revealing the first peek at the cover for my new novel, THE SOUTHERN SIDE OF PARADISE, this Thursday at 12 pm.

I can’t wait to share the last installment of the Peachtree Bluff Series with you! Catch up on the first two books in the series, SLIGHTLY SOUTH OF SIMPLE and THE SECRET TO SOUTHERN CHARM while you’re waiting. Don’t forget that books make the best holiday gifts!

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In Good Taste: Gary McBournie

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 We have a very special treat for you today! We had the opportunity to interview the amazingly talented Gary McBournie, and, not only did he give us a little bit of insight into his work, but he also shared some AMAZING tips that we can all use for designing our own homes! So, if you were feeling stressed about those last minute touches before the family invades for the holidays, don’t! 

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 This designer, who describes his style as “transitional” and says he was greatly influenced by Billy Baldwin, has a bit of wisdom that we want to impart to all of you! When we have those little design mishaps along the way, McBournie says, “The key is not to panic.  Use the misstep as an opportunity to be creative — paint can always be painted over, furniture can move from room to room, carpets can be adjusted for size.  Generally, nothing is fatal if you are willing to think outside the box and keep things moving.” Shew! That’s a relief, right? Check out this designer’s incredible tips for creating a home that looks lived in, collected and totally, uniquely you.

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