Built in 1956, the modern home discreetly nestles into the lushly landscaped Federal Heights property.
Every year, more than four million visitors flock to Zion National Park to sightsee, hike, climb and bike. There are a lucky few, though, who actually get to live in Springdale and gaze at the towering vistas every day. Among them are Erik and Sally Ryberg, who decided that there was nowhere else on earth they’d rather retire.
Architect Michael Upwall and his wife Tammy transform an abandoned Marmalade home into an urban retreat.
Every home I build, I build as if it is my own,” says Lane Myers, principal of Lane Myers Construction. In this case, the home actually became his own.
Builder Ezra Lee infuses his family’s new contemporary home with cutting-edge style and ultra-livable design.
Designer Michele Dunker and client Marilyn Kalbach update a Salt Lake City home, infusing it with classic, chic and delightfully posh style.
With lively colors, punchy patterns and bold gestures, designer Morgan Veenendaal transforms a Park City penthouse into a showcase of spirited style.
In Deer Valley, designer Beth Ann Shepherd transforms her clients’ Montage resort residence into a haven of high style and family-friendly, five-star flair.
Rooted in tradition but designed for today, Brandon and Andrea Leroy’s new Highland home combines classic style with modern-day comfort and conveniences.
A couple’s longing for a mountain sanctuary leads them to picturesque Wolf Creek Ranch, where they and a talented team create a family getaway enjoyed throughout the seasons.