Ideas are everywhere, indoors and out. We turned to the pages of our current issue to discover 10 design features that are as ingenious as they are inspiring.
In preparation of this evening’s Gallery Stroll, Kristin Rocke, owner of Glass House, is featuring the work of Ellen Baker and offers these interior design tips: “Art doesn’t have to match the style of a room,” says Rocke. “For example, traditional still lifes juxtaposed with contemporary design adds instant interest.” Love the look…
Since the artist formerly known as Prince’s passing in 2016, there have been several tributes paid to the singer, but none have been quite as colorful as Pantone’s designation of the perfect shade of purple, appropriately named, Love Symbol #2.
Tracey Thompson of Vine Lore, a local brokerage specializing in boutique wines and craft spirits, recommends refreshing wines for end of summer sipping.
Who says beds have to back to walls? From what I am seeing, certainly not today’s innovative designers. They’re floating beds in rooms with sensational results. Check these out, they may inspire you to liberate your bed as well.
Kids may have gone back to school, but that doesn’t mean it’s time to stay indoors. Utah probably has another month or two of beautiful weather ahead. In fact, the summer heat should be leaving us soon making time outside, so much more enticing.
Stepping into the home of artist Jodi Mardesich Smith—who sells her work under the name Jyotimedia—is like entering a secret greenhouse.
Builder Ezra Lee transforms a recycled shipping container into his boys’ backyard clubhouse.
First came love, then came marriage, then came the tiny house. When Chris and Tamara started their life together, they wanted to do so with clarity and purpose—a life of experiences, friendships and leaving the world a better place than they found it. For them, that meant reducing their material possessions and building a tiny house in Summit County.
We may be landlocked in Utah, but that doesn’t mean the seaside doesn’t inspire us and our décors