Stockton and Shirk was delighted to be called upon to design and furnish the interior of a Snake River Sporting Club’s luxury residence. The family chose The Sporting Club for a second home, to enjoy the many recreational activities and breathtaking views. The task was to create a practical, comfortable, luxurious interior that reflected their active lifestyle and personalities. The Texas ranchers requested ample sleeping quarters for family and friends.
The beige, bronze and gray color palette throughout the Kitchen, Great Room and Dining Room harmonize with the outdoor views and stone work. A combination of textures for upholstery were used, including leather, velvet, wool and Mongolian lamb to create cozy seating arrangements. A local craftsman created the iron and hickory coffee table and side tables. The rug and linen drapery fabrics were selected to compliment the French blue-gray antique side boards.
When designing the downstairs bedrooms, Ralph Lauren wool plaids and stripes give a classic equestrian lounge feel. The master bedroom sable color bed pillows nestle against a creamy alpaca boucle head board. The Twin bedroom is sporting a red, grey and black hunting theme.
Whether returning from a summer or winter activity, the house provides a warm welcome home feel, inviting all to share stories in a beautiful environment.
Stockton and Shirk was referred by Sotheby’s International Realty to curate a beautiful Craftsmen style house nestled in Wilson. With Mount Glory prominently featured in the background, we worked with the lovely couple that acquired the home in 2018 to mold the house to their needs.
For these Texas based clients, with four grown children and grand kids on the way, it was particularly important to make use of existing spaces that were not living up to their full potential. Over the course of a year, we transformed what was a three bedroom, three and a half bath house into a five bedroom, four and a half bath family home. With creativity and ingenuity we converted a loft into a quaint bedroom and an open basement into a bedroom suite, office and family room to better suit the new owners’ needs.
It was imperative that the new furnishings and construction complement, rather than compete with, the Craftsmen style of the home. The owners also requested that the space feel comfortable and homey, not like a museum or brand new build. Custom upholstery and hand made furniture were interspersed with quality case goods, antiques and Western touches to create a curated timeless lodge look. The elevated design and beautiful yet livable pieces are ones the family will continue to enjoy for many years to come.
We’d like to welcome Lisa Hatcher to our design team!
Lisa comes to Stockton & Shirk with 15 years of Commercial and Residential Design experience. She has a BS in Interior Design from Northern Arizona University and worked in Phoenix, Arizona and Boulder, Colorado before calling Western Wyoming home.
Lisa has a good balance in both the technical & creative aspects of Interior Design. She helps her clients create a well-designed spaces that reflect their personalities. She believes that good Design begins with a complete understanding of client’s needs and expectations.
Thank you to everyone who stopped by our Tent Sale last weekend. It was a huge success and we were so happy to meet you all. One satisfied customer sent us an image of the item they bought and kind words that put smiles on our faces! “Our work is done!!! This is the perfect place for your good looking banquet. You were so sweet we wanted you to see the finished(well almost finished) product. Thank you so much for your kindness and use of your van.” Eloise & Susan (girls from Mississippi)
Stockton & Shirk interior designers Pamela Stockton and Melinda Shirk have worked as a team for nearly 12 years. However, it is rare in their busy firm for the two owners to combine forces on the same project. That is why their remodeling collaboration with the owners of this four-bedroom, four-and-a-half-bath Four Seasons Resort Residence was such a meaningful experience. Read More…
Join us at Stockton and Shirk Interior Design for a Holiday Gift Show
When: December 10th 4:00 o’clock PM to 7:00 o’clock PM
Where: Stockton and Shirk Interior Design 745 W. Broadway
What: Jewelry, Art, Clothing, Gifts AND Hors D’oeuvres and Cocktails
Hope to See You There!
Where: 745 WEST BROADWAY
When: Monday through Friday, 1:00 pm to 7:00 pm
Saturday and Sunday, 10:00 am to 7:00 pm
Starting the Friday after Thanksgiving until everything’s gone!
HOSTED BY: Jackson Hole Shrine Club
“The Christmas Tree Unloading Crew” unloaded 370 Christmas tress this morning, November 24, 2015. The trees were unloaded in the record time of one hour five minutes in front of STOCKTON & SHIRK INTERIOR DESIGNS, 745 W Broadway, Jackson Wyoming.
The trees will go on sale the day after Thanksgiving. The lot is open all through the Christmas Season. If last year is a good indicator of how exceptional the tress are, they will be completely sold out before the middle of December.
Photo of Unloading Crew:
Left to right: Past Club Prez Noble Rod Everett, Noble Cornelius Kinsey, Club Secretary Noble McNeill Watson, Club Prez Noble Tom Needham, Noble Wayne Grim, The Truck Driver, Melinda Shirk, owner of Stockton & Shirk Interior Designs, her parents and the “Management Crew” of the Christmas Tree Sales – Mom – Chris Shirk, Dad – Mike Shirk. (Not pictured, Club Treasurer Noble John McDaniel because he is the photographer)
The poster was designed by Gliffen Designs in Jackson and printed by Western Distributors, Past Potentate Noble Bob Spicer, President.
Last year as a result of the generously of the Shirk family and related contributions including the land owners of the Christmas tree sales lot, over $4,000 was directly donated to the Shiners Hospital for Children in Salt Lake City.