Yesterday morning, we officially finished updating our Keystone ski condo rental just in time for a professional photo shoot. Thanks to a super-speedy photographer (who, it turned out, had spent several years living in my hometown in Arkansas– small world!), the photos are here and ready to show off. As I mentioned in the “before” post, the overall aesthetic of the condo when we got it was “aggressively brown” with a side of “lodge cliche.” I think we’ve achieved a modern mountain aesthetic that feels both stylish and peaceful, and we’ve managed to add more sleeping accommodations. If you’d like to book a stay in our condo, please check out our VRBO listing.
Our building, Expedition Station, right in the heart of River Run Village.
I’m calling the wire animal heads my “vegan taxidermy.” All of the living room furniture is new. Log coffee table from Zulily (brand privilege), two log side tables from Target, pillows from Target, all other furniture from American Furniture Warehouse, and “vegan taxidermy” from Hobby Lobby.
We wanted to find a narrow dining table so as not to block balcony access. We ended up making this one out of an Ikea countertop. Chairs from AllModern, pillows in nook from Target, light fixture from Wayfair. I put pillows in the skylight nook and think it’ll be a fun place to relax, read, and watch the snow fall.
Summer is when EVERYONE is updating their units in Summit County, so we couldn’t get new countertops yet. The kitchen does feature brand new appliances, and I made sure it has everything a cook could need.
I wanted the Master to be “rustic but pretty” and very calming. Headboard from Rue La La, Nautica bedding from Bed Bath and Beyond, furniture from American Furniture Warehouse.
Not just a cute reading nook, this loveseat in the master is also a twin bed.
Previously this room had two twin beds. Surprisingly, it actually feels bigger with this queen and lofted twin. The new memory foam mattress on the queen is SO comfy. Beds from Wayfair, bedding from Ikea.
The play nook is kind of my favorite.
This murphy bed has a real queen mattress and feels like a real bed, not a sofa bed. Even with it folded down, the living space still feels roomy.
Most units don’t have their own washer/dryers, but ours does. I like that it’s quiet enough not to bother my kids when they’re sleeping.
Wish you could smell the mountain air on our slopeside balcony!
Lots of units in Keystone share their pools with multiple buildings. Expedition Station’s pool and hot tub are private and feel secluded.
Lobby pool table.
Fitness Center for your weirdos who work out on vacation.
The gondola is a very short walk away!