Antiques dealer Liz Spradling jokes that her home in Jackson, Wyoming, is her “leftover house” — full of antiques and vintage finds that were once for sale in her eponymous Houston boutique. “I looked around my shop and picked out pieces that feel well-worn, rustic, with beautiful patinas,” she says. “They work well in the West without feeling Western.” We helped her design an open floor plan that places the dining room, kitchen, reading nook and great room within view of each other. “The idea is that we can invite our friends and family up and all be together whether we’re cooking or eating or cleaning up or reading,”

The antique wood beams were reclaimed from a nearby ranch and add timeless, rustic charm. And the cobblestones that cover the entry floor and mudroom were salvaged from Chicago streets. “This house could really be anywhere in the world,” Spradling says. “It has simple, organic forms and very little ornamentation.”