The Anvil Hotel, the latest lodging addition to the quintessential mountain town of Jackson, Wyoming, recently opened its doors, thanks to entrepreneurs Erik Warner and Stephen Chan (cofounders of Eagle Point Hotel Partners and Filament Hospitality). The owners turned to Brooklyn-based hospitality design kingpins Studio Tack to transform the tired, two-story 1950s motel into a modern, 49-room western lodge, located one block off Jackson’s Town Square and minutes away from both Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks. Here’s a peek inside the recently revamped motel.
Photography by Read McKendree.
The goods are curated by outdoor boutique Westerlind (featuring products from Hestra, Snow Peak, Vuarnet, Brattenwear, and Grundens). The lobby also offers freshly baked treats from local bakery Persephone and custom coffee brews by Jackson’s Snake River Roasters.
The guest rooms are furnished in what the hotel describes as “alpine modern” style: warm, two-toned walls painted in Benjamin Moore’s Narragansett Green and White Dove, beds designed by Studio Tack with Charles P. Rogers, custom blankets by Studio Tack and Woolrich, sconces by New York lighting company Allied Maker, and parquet floors covered with dark pala kilim rugs.
Also designed by Studio Tack, the restaurant is a mix of warm wood, vintage-style windows, a zinc-top bar, and white-and-green-checkered flooring. Banquet seating and tables surround a large wood-burning oven located in the center of the restaurant.
In the restaurant, rustic tables are by Restoration Hardware and the pendant lights are by Cedar & Moss. Photographs on the wall are stills taken from Sergio Leone films. The walls are painted in Dark Olive by Benjamin Moore.
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