Misty Way Timber Frame Home Reclaimed Wood, Hand Hewn Logs, Post & Beam, Mortise & Tenon, Architectural Stonework
Architects: Bitterroot Design Group
Builders & Timber Frame: Bitterroot Timber Frames of MT
Interiors: Bitterroot Interior Design
Photography: James Mauri
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Bitterroot Timber Frames likes to use reclaimed hardwoods in construction of their timber frame homes. This is what they did in the Misty Way Project, reclaimed hand-hewn beams for the doors, and antique hardwoods like black walnut and oak for finishing touches throughout the home.
The floor plan is open, with exposed beams and rafters in the living room over the adjacent kitchen and dining room. In the kitchen, BTF used cast concrete, something that’s beginning to become popular in the trade, but is not quite common in Montana.
BTF also used a lot of stone masonry on the house. They wanted to mimic the kind of architecture that borrowed from the design language of historic Montana structures. The dovetail log stack home emphasizes the views of his acreage and the surrounding landscape, the windows and doors are in proportion to the kind of architecture that was used 100 years ago
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