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Stylemakers: Gatehouse No. 1

September 26, 2019

672 S. State Street, Orem | 801-229-9505| gatehousestyle.com | @gatehouseno1

For Gatehouse No. 1 co-owners Stephanie and Doug Holdaway, the motto, “Love how you live,” dictates every interior design project they approach.

“We create spaces that beautifully represent our clients’ individual personalities and lifestyles while providing all the comfort and functionality they need to live their lives,” Stephanie says.

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The professional design team works with you every step of the way—from blueprints to finishing touches. They are delighted to help you select accessories, design a new space, customize furniture or even just do a little seasonal sprucing. “Our in-house design center has everything you need to get the ball rolling,” Doug says.

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Since opening in 1979, Gatehouse No.1 has been known as Orem’s preeminent design and decor showroom. “Visit our 10,000-square-foot showroom to see, touch and lounge on your furniture before you make the investment,” Stephanie says. The furniture showroom features hand-selected furniture and accessories based on travel, timeless design and superior craftsmanship.

“Stay true to you.We love working to express each individual’s personal style through beautiful design.” – Stephanie Holdaway, Co-owner and Director of Design

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Stephanie Holdaway / Co-owner and Director of Design

Ask the Expert

WHAT’S AHEAD?

Over the past 25 years we’ve been in business, we’ve continually evolved in response to trends while maintaining a timeless, classic aesthetic. As we expand our design services and products, we look forward to continued growth in our community.

EXCITED ABOUT?

All the diverse design trends. Our two personal favorites include East Coast traditional and relaxed modernism. The broad range of emerging styles allows for endless possibilities. Our talented design team offers a wide stylistic scope to ensure each project is tailored to each client.

FRESH IDEAS?

To keep things fresh, be flexible with your design and make small updates regularly. Not all changes need to be big or dramatic; use a neutral base that allows for an easy refresh with accents like pillows, rugs and accessories.

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

Natalie Taylor

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