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.
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.
Designer Don Brady, and wife Sinikaa fashion a festive family home.
Set on a sky-high plateau overlooking the St. George valley, a new home dazzles the eye with its desert-inspired palette, luxe materials and captivating contemporary design.
In the hands of designer Paula Berg and architect/builder Gary Francis, an outdated Deer Valley home transforms into a tranquil mountain retreat.