Showers are becoming more popular than bathtubs, according to the NKBA (National Kitchen and Bath Association). But that doesn’t mean you have to choose between one or the other. As many of the striking bathrooms at this year’s Park City Showcase of Homes prove, these two elements can come together in stylish and splashy ways. See…
Looking for some splashy bathroom sink design ideas? We rounded up some of the showiest vessels and bowls from the recent St. George Parade of Homes. House to house, bathroom design was, dare we say, awash with style.
White kitchens have been enjoying a long run, but 2018 delivers bold color. Feeling the blues?
Using trapezoidal shapes and streamlined design, a talented team turns a small Kayenta kitchen into fabulously formed and functional space.
Savvy design frequently has to flex its muscle to make room perform well and look great. This certainly holds true in the kitchen where function and form must work together to make the most of this much-used space. See how this Bountiful kitchen goes wide for the win.
A fresh mix of vintage and modern elements transform an obsolete 1937 kitchen into a high-style, highly organized space.
One of the most versatile and hardest working spaces in Utah homes, today’s laundry room is awash in style and fully loaded with fabulous, functional features.
Local pros turn up the heat on laundry room design.
Could the kitchen island be the answer to everything? Take a look at Utah’s most engaging kitchens and you’ll discover that while they don’t perform every duty in the kitchen, they come close.
In their turn-of-the-century Avenues home, Greg and Julie Livers enlist designer Brittany Tobler to create an updated family kitchen that balances old and new, function and form.