Many mountain homes are filled with oversized log furniture and carved figurines of bears on skiis, but not this one. The design statement for this project was “Mountain Euro” with the overall goal to bring color, texture and an alpine feel reflecting the owners’ heritage. With special attention to the principles of design, this project concentrated on scale. Using the cherry red leather sofa to anchor the great room without overpowering the space left space for the owner’s antique settee and a pair of welcoming chairs. Proportion-selections were made with an eye toward keeping everything in proportion so that no one piece took over. Harmony- compatibility of the house finishes blended with the furnishings to create a pleasing whole with unity and variety. A three-story bunk bed is the talk of the house with a top loft sleeping two along with two individual “sleeping compartments” complete with privacy drapes, lights and wall niches.