by Natalie Taylor Photos by Scot Zimmerman In Park City, a bucolic mountain property is the ideal setting for a contemporary home, where breathtaking nature, expressive materials and eclectic elements drive the compelling design. “It’s not how old you are, it’s how you are old.” This statement by author Jules Renard captures the challenge Gwen…
Photos by Scot Zimmerman. Anne-Marie Barton knows how to make an entrance. For proof, one only needs to step through the front doors of her recent modern interior design project, a remarkably remodeled Park City home. Once a space completely open to the home’s great room, the new, spatially defined entry captivates with a dazzling…
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After Photos by Lucy Call In the Salt Lake Country Club neighborhood, a team of pros breathes new life into a ramshackle mid-century residence with a trendy remodel. “We were immediate heroes of the neighborhood when everyone found out we bought the house,” says Phil Winston, co-owner of Northstar Builders. The vacant one-story, flat-roofed…
A mid-century Spanish-style house gets an irreverent redo in Salt Lake City.
So what if the kitchen was cramped and parts of the floor plan were as compartmentalized as a maze? Built in 1940, the single-level ranch house located in Salt Lake’s historic Yalecrest neighborhood oozed potential. Ben and Taylor Brown recognized the dwelling’s possibilities and sought a team of pros to turn the old house into a spectacular new home for their young family.
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.
In Park City, Marylanders Amy Holmwood and Ed Leisher transform a neglected ‘70s house into their spirited vacation home.
High above St. George Valley, builder Wayne Anderson creates a modern vacation home that deftly merges comfort with high-contrast design, indoors and out.
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.