One of the hottest colors of 2018–peacock–is a versatile, saturated and exotic color that enriches the look and feel of any space it enters. It’s no wonder we love this moody, magical color.
With the gut renovation of a 1920s Foursquare-style house in Salt Lake City, designer Kristin Rocke and her clients fearlessly devised a new interior—one that’s as fabulous as it is family-friendly.
Serene, natural and delightfully chic. This Scandinavian-inspired setting embraces a less-is-more aesthetic that’s infused with the right amount of color and shine to warm a wintertime party.
When temperatures plummet and the snow flies, it’s time to indulge in all things cozy, warm and chic. Inspired by Utah mountain living, these finds promise to keep you snug and stylish throughout winter.
There’s no way that we can choose a favorite St. George home, but we can certainly select some of our most memorable design moments (there are so many). These seven are among our faves and prove that style has always been-and always will be- hot in Southern Utah.
We editors love our catch phrases, and it seems many of us wait all year long to tag our magazine covers with bold headlines reading “New Year, New Look, New You” or some version thereof.
Inspiring decorating and design ideas for 2018 spill from the pages of our new winter issue.
Sometimes the simplest treatments can be extraordinary. Increase the festive factor of holiday florals by accessorizing with these napkin rings.
Orchid Dynasty’s Shelly Lewis makes a living turning flowers into floral art. When it comes to creating centerpieces for her clients, she relies on color, form, texture, and repetition to create aesthetic “tension” and interest.
A centerpiece can make or break a holiday table. That’s a lot for pressure for these festive florals—and for those who create them. But don’t stress. These 6, easy-to-make centerpieces are guaranteed to be the tops on your table this season.