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Stylemakers: Shearer Designs

September 26, 2019

6300 N. Sagewood Drive, Suite H105, Park City | 435-901-1186 | shearerdesigns.com

Want to create a stylish, affordable and inviting space that works with your lifestyle? Shearer Designs can help you create a room or home that will be satisfying for years to come.

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“My father was from the old school of designing, drafting and building custom homes from start to finish,” says Lisa Shearer, owner. “I’ve always had a passion for designing spaces, so that background gives me a better perspective of the whole home structurally, mechanically and spatially.”

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Shearer teams with contractor Arden Jensen, owner of Red Diamond Construction, for building needs, and staging coordinator Alexandra Alexander, owner of Alex Avenue Photography, to help people who want to sell their homes.

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Whether you are remodeling and need a simple design plan for a single room or building a new home, these experts are ready to help with projects in any phase and any budget. “I help clients make the best decisions based on construction, quality, cost and design,” she says.

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Lisa Shearer / Owner

“I always incorporate a signature hood into my kitchen designs. I love the wow factor it creates when you walk into the room.” – Lisa Shearer / Owner

Ask the Expert

WHAT’S AHEAD?

The wide variety of tile options. They’re making statements in all of my projects right now — from beautiful wavy tiles on a modern fireplace surround to linen porcelain tiles on a bathroom floor, which adds the right amount of texture and warmth.

EXCITED ABOUT?

The new luxury vinyl plank flooring products that are so good that it’s hard to tell they’re not real hardwood. They’ve come so far in how they hold up to daily wear and tear. Combined with the ease of installation and affordability, they’re some of the most innovative options available.

FRESH IDEAS?

I love the saying “less is more.” The key to keeping it fresh is to eliminate items from your home you no longer use or even enjoy. This instantly calms the mind and refreshes the space.

Want to see more of our design community? See the rest of Stylemakers here.

Natalie Taylor

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