Glass house on a ledge
A family of four with a penchant for the outdoors found their ideal winter getaway in the hills of Mont Tremblant. Designed by Les Ensembliers, this home calls to mind the warm, rustic splendor of the wooden ski lodges in Megève but with a modern edge.
The living room is a study in symmetry — pairs of sofas, ottomans and stools have a pleasing geometry. Mixing patterns, like the diamond-ridged rug and tribal-style
upholstery on the ottomans, brings life to the tone-on-tone palette, while the artwork provides an eye-catching pop of color. Large groupings of pillows add hints of soft green and cozy, plush volume to the expansive sofas.
In the open-concept principal bedroom, the views are the most important design element. On the bed, soft linens layered with a blanket and chunky knit throw provide plenty of cozy texture, while on the wing chair, a custom pillow fashioned from a vintage fur coat is a playful take on traditional lodge decor.
"All of these windows are huge. They become additional art in the house."
"This glass house was the perfect inspiration to our decorative story."