Here in Bozeman Montana, we can't help but be inspired by our natural surroundings. There are mountain ranges, golden fields, and rivers in every direction. We have some of the best sunsets in the world, and there is no need to escape the city at night to get a magnificent view of the stars. Why wouldn't we want our interior spaces to reflect that of our natural outdoor environments?
By Design Associates
This galaxy- inspired hallway was created using river rock, pebbles, large wooden planks and star pendants. We feel it is incredibly important for incorporate lots of natural light into any design.
This exquisite table needs no explanation. Greg is a master woodworker, furniture maker and artist. Everything he makes is created in the most sustainable way possible.
Newest obsession, clay bead chandeliers by Mud Studio. These chandeliers are made sustainably and consciously in South Aftrica by a rural empowerment project put in place buy owner Philippa du Tuit.
We were so excited we finally were able to use this product in a project! Philip Jeffries new line of wallcoverings, Geology, creates a one-of-a-kind statement that imitates rock slab.
Natural light, a touch of green, some plant life, and a few organic shapes will always help to make a space feel a bit more zen.