Desiring a place to escape the hot Arizona summers, this client decided to build a mountain home in a more modern style, that still held a connection to the environment. Lighting design was also of the utmost importance, due to an existing visual impairment. Clean lines in the custom slab-front cabinets and high contrast in materials met the contemporary criteria, while stone and wood throughout tied the interiors to the rustic outdoor landscape. The quartz countertops in the kitchen are made to resemble concrete, while continuous wood floors run throughout to create a cozy connection in all spaces. The kitchen opens to the dining area and living room, which features a stone fireplace that infuses the space with a modern lodge feeling. Mid-century furnishings are paired with custom artwork that reflects the nearby surroundings. Shelving is also included in the main areas to provide display space for the owners’ glass collection. A muted version of the warm color palette and crisp, clean lines are continued in the master bath. The client requested to add features such as grab bars to make life easier as they planned for their future in the home. Combinations of natural lighting, decorative fixtures, and focused task lighting, such as the lit bathroom mirrors, ensure that there is plenty of lighting available to assist with daily tasks and to create ambiance through the entire home.