For those living under rocks, Salt Lake City is in the midst of a housing crisis and the hardest hit is housing for the unrich.
When asked to choose the favorite room in their home, Tally Stevens and Rustin Owens didn’t have an easy time deciding. Having just renovated their Salt Lake City home, they had a lot of high-style spots to consider—indoors and out. Read more to see what sensational space they chose as their fave.
Inspired by the one-level, mid-century modern dwellings in Palm Springs, Tally Stevens and Rustin Owens share why they’re crazy about their living room.
If you’re in need of a local art crush, let me introduce you to Holly Addi. Her oversized Danish-modern paintings boast clean, abstract splashes of peaceful color that add calm and beauty to any contemporary or traditional space. Take for example, Addi’s work gracing the walls of Karlie Kloss’s new offices. Bam!
Cabinets aren’t what they used to be: blasé wooden boxes adorned with kitschy hardware. Sadly, they were an afterthought to those scene-stealing shiny appliances and sparkly countertops.
Page and Brian Westover passionately lead a talented team to create Snuck Farm, a family-owned farm and legacy project on a bucolic property in the heart of Pleasant Grove.
Near Caineville, just outside Capitol Reef National Park, is the source of one of the most prized goat cheeses in Utah. Mesa Farms is tiny—only 50 acres—and owner Randy Ramsley produces more than cheese from his little farm.
The menu at Table X isn’t the only thing showcasing imagination, creative talent and quality ingredients. The Salt Lake City restaurant’s interior is equally impressive.
Urban Studio is the new kid on the block in the heart of Ogden’s lively Historic 25th Street, and wow, this is a spot you need to see to believe.