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Thursday, July 26th, NBC’s Today Show released an exclusive behind the scenes video of Mikaela Shiffrin’s new home in Edwards, Colorado. Natalie Morales took a tour of the Olympic gold medalist’s brand new crib as part of her new digital series called “At Home With Natalie”.

The house is Shiffrin’s first and has posed as somewhat of a passion project for the 24-year-old while on-the-road this past season. The design is chock full of personal touches that speak to Shiffrin’s experiences on the slopes, from 100-year-old shelving from Austria that displays her many crystal globes, to a quartzite island in the kitchen that glows like ice. Shiffrin was sure to incorporate as many local businesses as she could into the construction process of her eco-friendly dream home, making it all the more special.

In addition to checking out the house, Morales and Shiffrin spent time discussing her World Cup success, as well as recording setting season income. Click here for the full video!

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So excited to finally unveil my new house this morning on the @todayshow in @nmoralesnbc’s new “At Home with Natalie” series (link in profile)‼️ I’d like to give a big THANKS to all the local businesses who were involved in making my dream home come true. Namely, the builder Jim Guida and Alvarro Carrillo for all of their ingenuity in managing to incorporate my every request (while I was traveling and competing across the world, no less!) into this incredible and superiorly eco-friendly home. Donna Arenschield + Nancy Rehder (@homeoutfittersvail) for their assistance and patience with helping custom design my home and helping me achieve the look and feel of my “Mountain Modern-Euro- Alpine” taste 😊. Of course, @arrigoniwoods, for their indescribable influence on the soul of my home with their incredibly unique European wood floors and reclaimed wood features throughout my home. @closet_factory_colorado-for making my custom closet and organizational life dreams come true. Thanks to Colorado Pool + Spa Scapes for the “therapy pool” which keeps me relaxed, “centered" and pain-free. Finally, thank you to the one and only Natalie Morales, for telling my story and always being so wonderful to work with, and above all else – genuine. To all the people who contributed to this project – you all know who you are but I can’t mention every name, THANK YOU!! I love my new house; it’s my sanctuary AND THANK YOU for all of your kindness and support of my skiing!! 🙏🤗👏😊🏡🥰 📷: @brentbinghamphoto

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Mackenzie Moran
Staff Writer
- Born and raised in Metro-Detroit, Michigan, Mackenzie grew up ski racing all over the Mitten.​ When s​he moved out west in search of mountains, she attended the University of Oregon, where she achieved degrees in Journalism and Environmental Science. She raced USCSA and was captain of the UO Alpine Ski Team. She currently resides in Salt Lake City and serves as the Women's World Cup Staff Writer for Ski Racing Media.
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