Billionaire Barn Debuts At Quaint 850-Acre Silo Ridge Field Club Collaboratively designed by Alder & Tweed, WC Ralston Architects and others, the sustainable facility is inspired by Hudson Valley architecture and executed by local artisans who infused Shaker-style furnishings and vintage accessories into the design. “Utilizing traditional techniques for construction, weaving, and milk paint finishing, we were able to translate historical patterns and colors into stunning modern-day adaptations,” says design director Stephanie Balvin.
"CELEBRITIES KEEP FLOCKING TO DISCOVERY RESORTS DURING THE PANDEMIC. HERE’S WHY. The Barn, designed by Alder & Tweed, is furnished with locally sourced antiques and Shaker-inspired touches and also has a movie theater, a 10-pin bowling alley, and an arts-and-crafts room with its own wood-fired pottery kiln."
'White-on-white monochromatic color schemes are waning as people are wanting to add more personality and uniqueness to their rooms,' says the designer Heather Humphrey from Alder and Tweed
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Heather Humphrey is the co-founder Alder & Tweed Design, a prolific design firm with offices in Montana, Utah and New York.
“The ML List: Top Architects & Designers 2021. Our guide to the best in the West. Those who were featured in Mountain Living during the past two years receive a special highlight that mentions their most recent project in the magazine as of January/February 2021. (Architects and designers who have been featured during the past two years but are located in an area outside of Mountain Living’s territory are grouped together at the end of the list.)”
“Every image I had saved in my binder, she had done. I watched one of Jennifer's turorials online and loved her energy. I told my husband, 'I feel like she's speaking to me.'”
IN ARTICLE, "TRAVEL BY DESIGN," INTERIOR DESIGNER JENNIFER CHIPMAN FEATURED WHAT A GEM 6378 FUNGI ON LINEN IN THE BEDROOM OF DEER VALLEY RESORT. ALSO, IN ARTICLE "COWBOY CHIC," INTERIOR DESIGNER JACQUE JENKINS-STIREMAN FEATURED RIVETS 5706 CHAMPAGNE ON LINEN IN THE POWDER ROOM OF A CLIENT'S HOME.
The editors of Mountain Living are pleased to present an exclusive guide to the most talented and influential architects and interior designers at work in the West today.
These designers and architects in mountain territories have worked hard to become top in their professions, and we’ve taken note of their work, along with receiving recommendations from their clients, vendors, professional organizations and readers.
The editors of Mountain Living are pleased to present an exclusive guide to the most influential architects and interior designers at work in the West today. With recommendations from clients, vendors, professional organizations and ML readers, we’ve carefully compiled a list of top talent.
The layout of the space posed an interesting challenge for interior designer Jennifer Chipman at Alder and Tweed in Park City. “We wanted each suite to have the ability to be used individually or to allow for large groups and multiple units at a time—this would mean closing off certain portions if necessary,” Chipman says. “At the same time, we needed a cohesive feel throughout the home.”
“Lindsey Treasure knew she was in for a good time when her clients Andrew and Odelia Nikou not only requested a steam room large enough for après ski gatherings at their Yellowstone Club residence, they wanted the tiles to ef- fervesce in a very particular shade of blue. Knowing what her client envisioned wasn’t likely to be found on a Pantone fan deck, the interior designer searched until she landed on the perfect tint of cobalt. “The tiles and mosaics are all variations of that blue, and it’s totally over the top,” says Treasure, noting the addition of twinkle lights that emulate the night sky only make it more so…”
“Wallpaper can completely transform a space,” says Lindsey Treasure, designer with Alder & Tweed. “It offers endless opportunities for creating the impact you want, large or small.” And for her Montana clients who craved pops of texture and color for their Big Sky vacation home, it delivered. The goal, Treasure explains, was to give each room a unique look while maintaining a sense of continuity throughout the décor. Inspired by the home’s scenic locale and its owners’ fun-loving style, Treasure chose unique wallpapers and used them in assorted ways to make the most of each space, and as a result, the entire home…”
“Given its versatility and natural appeal, is it any wonder green is all the rage in home décor? The designers at Alder & Tweed prove how a shot or two of verdant hues can deliver warmth and character to any space, even during the coldest season of the year.”
Furnishings crafted from sustainable, organic materials were all the rage this year, supplying designers with a toolbox of touchable textures, amorphous shapes and rich earth tones as seen in projects by Kelly Wearstler, 212box and Alder & Tweed.
Though it is true that “pastels” do not qualify as one colour, the designers at Heather Humphry Alder and Tweed predict that future interior design trends will see a move from these tones to more earthy, comforting colours that will nurture households and their guests.
They said: “Lighter, pastel shades are shifting to colours with more depth, as styles gravitate towards darker, more moody spaces that still feel really natural and classic.”
Two rugs are better than one in this bathroom by Jennifer Chipman, Senior Interior Designer for Alder and Tweed in Park City, Utah. “I love the challenge of working with “quirky” spaces because you already have instant personality,” says Chipman. Using a runner and an area rug works with the floorplan and creates two distinct zones in the bathroom. – Mini Makeover Ideas For The Bath