As a reminder of the beautiful autumn we enjoyed this year, this week I’m featuring a home we photographed on a slightly nippy and breezy day this October. Looking at the seclusion of the lot and the privacy of the home, I wonder how many of you are able to guess the location.
Call it going a little nuts. This time of year, we’re crazy about the earthy richness and crunchy texture nuts bring to this season’s foods—sweet and savory, simple and sublime.
Restaurants shell out a variety of nut-infused dishes guaranteed to satisfy your autumn-inspired appetite.
Pine nuts or pignolas—common in Mediterranean and Native American food cultures—come from pine trees, but only a few species of pine produce edible nuts.
Rich saturated colors are called jewel tones for a reason. They’re luxe, glamorous and pair brilliantly with shimmering metals.
For those living under rocks, Salt Lake City is in the midst of a housing crisis and the hardest hit is housing for the unrich.
The American Society of Interior Designers has awarded Salt Lake City based Design Plus, Inc. and owner Kaye Christiansen Englert, the Intermountain Chapter award for Best Kitchen. The project is a new, modern home located in Holladay.
Mixing modern and mountain styles, interior designer Heather Humphrey elevates a Deer Valley home’s décor.
Inspired by the one-level, mid-century modern dwellings in Palm Springs, Tally Stevens and Rustin Owens share why they’re crazy about their living room.
The not-so-secret secret of today’s most compelling spaces is, in a word, wood. These days, designers are celebrating wood’s natural beauty with more than floors and furniture.