Local designer, Emily White shares her tips for creating a Scandi-inspired abode.
When it comes to palette and pattern, this vibrant mountain residence will never suffer a case of the winter doldrums. The 6,000-square-foot second home was built not only as a seasonal ski lodge, but also as a year-round perch for a pair of East Coast empty nesters increasingly drawn to the mountainous region’s charms.
Love is in the air in Utah! Love it or hate it, Valentine’s Day is here. Roses and chocolates are nice, but Salt Lake City has so much to offer for the special day. Sweeten up the celebration with your valentine with some of our top dessert picks that’ll really impress your sweetheart. These are the perfect indulgence even if you choose to recognize Single’s Awareness Day instead.
For many people, traditional style translates to stuffy rooms, outdated décors and Hail-to-the-Chief rigidity. As we celebrate President’s Day, we’d like to applaud a fresh take on this timeless style.
In Park City, Marylanders Amy Holmwood and Ed Leisher transform a neglected ‘70s house into their spirited vacation home.
It’s time to start thinking about how you want your home to look and feel for the rest of the year. From February 1 through February 17, 2018 Four Chairs Furniture and Design is having its 15-year Anniversary Sale. They’ll have specials going on and they’re inviting you to stop by for treats, deals and some great interior design advice.
Not quite blue and not quite green, peacock is a saturated in-between color that can deliver a hip, moody vibe to any space.
We’re taking stock of the whole bone broth rage and stripping it down to the basics.
Step one: Befriend your butcher. Step two: Simmer bones and veggies in a stockpot. Step three: Use the flavorful broth as a base for some of your most mouthwatering wintertime dishes. It’s just that simple.
Event planner Emily White sets the stage for her family’s tranquil, light-filled home with a Scandinavian-inspired remodel in Old Town Park City.
As someone who has lived at high elevations along the Wasatch Back off and on since 1968, I am very concerned about no snow. For once, I was ready. I pruned, I cleaned out rain gutters, I put the snow shovels by the door, I bought ice melt, and still there is no snow.