Mountain Chalet by Andrea Schumacher Interiors

Designed in 2016 by Andrea Schumacher Interiors, this contemporary mountain chalet is located in Breckenridge, Colorado.

Rustic yet modern interior with wooden beams, large windows, and plush teal ottomans.
An elegant living room with large windows, wooden beams, and a patterned tile floor.
Cozy, rustic living room with exposed stone walls, wooden beams, and a roaring fireplace.
Spacious modern living room with stone fireplace, wooden beams, and sleek furnishings.
Rustic open-plan interior with large windows, wooden beams, and modern blue velvet chairs.
Spiral staircase with wood and metal accents, built into stone walls, surrounded by modern furniture.
A cozy bedroom with a map artwork, wooden walls, and stylish checkered ottomans.
A cozy, rustic-style bedroom with a fireplace, floor-to-ceiling windows, and modern decor.
Modern rustic bedroom with large windows, patterned rug, and dark wood furniture.
Spacious modern bathroom with rustic wooden beams, vanity, and stylish artwork.
Majestic mountain lodge with stone, wood, and metal accents, warm lighting, and lush landscaping.
Rustic mountain lodge with stone walls, timber framing, and expansive windows.

About Mountain Chalet

Welcome to the Mountain Chalet, a contemporary retreat designed by Andrea Schumacher Interiors in 2016. This Colorado haven, set in the scenic Breckenridge landscape, presents an intersection of modern design with the wilds of the mountains.

An Entrance That Speaks Volumes

Upon arrival, the Chalet greets you with a bold entrance, illuminated by geometric lights that offer a warm welcome against the dusk. The sturdy stone and woodwork blend with the mountain terrain, giving a modern touch to the classic chalet structure.

Contemporary Warmth: The Living Room

Step inside and the living room awaits with its expansive windows framing the forest beyond. The wood and stone details continue indoors, complimenting the plush, comfortable sofas that invite restful conversation or quiet reflection.

Transitioning from the communal to the private, the bedrooms balance comfort with a chic aesthetic. Natural light bathes each room, accentuating the fine textiles and unique art pieces that adorn the walls. Each bedroom echoes the outdoors, with views that connect you with the surrounding nature.

The kitchen and dining area blend seamlessly, with sleek lines and state-of-the-art appliances that cater to both intimate dinners and grander gatherings. Here, form meets function in a space that’s both stylish and welcoming, highlighted by a striking chandelier above the dining table.

Luxury finds its peak in the bathroom spaces of the Mountain Chalet. Here, the fusion of modern fixtures and raw materials creates an indulgent escape. Large mirrors reflect the intricate tile work and art, enhancing the sense of space.

Finally, the Chalet’s spiral staircase serves as a centerpiece, marrying craftsmanship and design. It spirals upward, inviting exploration of the home’s multiple levels, promising more discoveries with each step.

A Conclusion Wrapped in Nature

Our tour concludes as the Chalet opens back out to the wilds of Colorado. The living areas extend onto generous terraces, allowing the boundaries between constructed space and natural beauty to blur into a harmonious experience.

Mountain Chalet stands not just as a place of living but as a skillful craft that pays homage to its majestic Breckenridge setting. Andrea Schumacher Interiors has created a space where contemporary design elements are in constant dialogue with the rugged, untamed landscape, providing a haven that is both sophisticated and approachable.

Photography by Emily Minton Redfield

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- by Matt Watts