We know you can’t get enough of the amazing House Tours taken from the pages of our magazine, so now we’re offering even more images online. Check out these inspiring extras: spectacular spaces from the eclectic Park City home featured in BOHEMIAN RHAPSODY.
Homeowner Gwen Reddish relaxes on the back patio of the Park City home she shares with husband Patrick.
A cluster of hanging lights adds charm to the media room’s corner window.
Sided by two large windows, a chartreuse pivot door opens the interior to the front patio. Stacked stone, charred wood and Corten steel add material interest to the front of the home.
Sugi ban, an ancient Japanese technique of charring wood to preserve it, is featured indoor and out, including inside this front-of-the-home passageway.
A white vessel sink contrasts with the colorful, pattern-rich wall paper animating the main-level powder room.
Sparano and Mooney Architecture incorporated an existing silo into the design. The silo now serves as a home office just steps from the house.
An Isamu Noguchi pendant hangs above the kitchen area.
A modern trough sink and single pendant amps the style of the master bathroom.
Located at the top of the stairs on the home’s second level, a modern chaise offers a quiet spot to recline and take in views of the wooded property.
Rabbit and Goat, by artist Brian McGuffey, hangs on walls of charred cedar in the home’s entry area.
Open space defines the main level where the kitchen, dining and living areas flow seamlessly into each other.
Inspired by a Moorish design, laser-cut metal railing performs like art in the open staircase. From the top of the stairs, meadow and mountain views prevail.
Homeowner Gwen Reddish works at her drafting table inside the silo. Her dogs come and go through a door open to the patio and yard.
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Architects: Sparano + Mooney
Contractor: Andrew Parker Construction
Landscape Design: Gwen Reddish, Park City
Photos: Scot Zimmerman Photography