Steven Ankeny Construction 


Tablero Talude

This arts and crafts style home is nestled among towering aspen trees on a butte overlooking Jackson Hole. The house pays homage to Frank Lloyd Wright and includes custom designed and crafted furniture, which borrows from Wright and Greene and Greene.
Coffered ceilings and custom fabricated windows and doors are integrated into the order established by the masonry coursing and the oak millwork. Custom furniture, lamps, urns, rugs, and hardware relate to and further define the overall design. All wood elements of the house are grain sequenced, normally a furniture specification.
This residence was the "House of the Week" in both the Wall Street Journal as well as the It has also been featured in the Washington Post and the London Financial Times.

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View down stair steps to turnaround
View from turnaround toward exterior articulated staircase
West view
Living room
Center millwork section
Mohair sofa and custom two tiered coffee table
View into dining room from living room
Vertical view of living room from dining room
Central millwork system and staircase colonnade
View of colonnade in stairwell and integrated fiber optic lighting between columns
Oblique view of server
Light tower and Frank Lloyd Wright barrel chair
Dining room custom sideboard
Custom server and hand carved logo crest in chair top rail
Dining room with commissioned art work
Millwork kitchen with tiered upper cabinets, coffered ceilings, inlaid floors and bronze kitchen sink
Hallway view into kitchen
Seven horizontal light circuits with Lite Touch computer control
Powder room
Master bedroom with custom mahogany and ebony furniture
Hand carved logo in custom headboard
Writing desk
View toward medicine cabinet and shower
Master bath with integrated medicine cabinets and built-in chutes for dirty clothes