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Photo Friday: Living the Life

My camera and I were at Summit Vista in Taylorsville recently, a just-completed, vibrant residential community for active seniors. I was struck by resort and hospitality influences in the colors, design and finishes. The opening shot shows the conversational groupings, double-sided fireplace and the grand piano in the second floor lounge area. The entry-level lobby…

Photo Friday: Artsy Facts

Some aspire to art for art’s sake, but this week I’m talking about adding art to a home in post-production for the photo’s sake. It’s just the nature of photographing architecture that art is sometimes not in place when I take the photos. In the opening photo, there was a beautiful concrete wall, window, and…

Photo Friday: Traditional with an Overlay of Modern

Call it transitional or modern meets traditional, but new traditionally designed homes show the influence of concurrent modern trends. With clean uncluttered lines, more refined natural wood and stone finishes, and lighter, softer colors, modern is certainly having its moment.  I’ve been photographing homes long enough to sound credible when talking about back-in-the-day. Looking back…

Photo Friday: Play Space

In a resort area, many people term their second homes their play houses. It stands to reason that there should be ample space to recreate and enjoy chill time in a home intended for just that purpose.   Russell & Company Construction (Matt Russell, Salt Lake City) just finished building a home in the Victory…

Photo Friday: Star-Struck

It’s that time of year when Sundance breezes into the Wasatch Mountains with all its originality, creativity and excitement. Maneuvering around the Wasatch back, everyone is alert to spot stars at the gas station or in the grocery store line. Being star-struck with Hollywood has morphed to the theme of this week’s post: the connections…

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