Utah Style and Design

Got the Blues

February 23, 2017

Shots of blue create continuity and a cool, fresh attitude in this chic Park City home. What might they do for yours?

Photo by Scot Zimmerman | Interior designer: Tori McBrien | Residence: Montage Deer Valley

Janelle Sofa

Alice Lane Home Collection, SLC, alicelanehome.com

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Geo Birdhouse

Crate & Barrel, Murray, crateandbarrel.com

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Barcelona Tray

Jonathan Adler, jonathanadler.com



Topher lamp by Arteriors

Forsey’s Furniture Galleries, SLC

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McKinney Side Table by Vanguard Furniture

Guild Hall, SLC, utahguildhall.com

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Bohemian Bookends by Bungalow 5

Dunker Beal Interior Design, SLC, dunkerbeal.com


Gaby Chair by Bernhardt

Thomasville Home Furnishings, Murray, thomasvilleutah.com

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Oxford Stool by Theodore Alexander

deCondé’s, SLC, decondes.com

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Andrea Peterson


  1. Reply

    Suzzanne Vail

    February 24, 2017

    I’m interested in the sectional couch in the photo. Could you tell me where I could find one like it?

    • Reply

      Andrea Peterson

      February 24, 2017

      Alice Lane Home Collection, SLC, alicelanehome.com

      • Reply


        March 8, 2017

        I have noticed that in old digital cameras, special receptors help to maintain focus automatically. The sensors of some camcorders change in in the area of contrast, while others work with a beam associated with infra-red (IR) light, specifically in low lumination. Higher spec cameras from time to time use a mix of both methods and probably have Face Priority AF where the camera can ݅See‣ a face while focusing only in that. Thanks for sharing your thinking on this website.



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