As a reminder of the beautiful autumn we enjoyed this year, this week I’m featuring a home we photographed on a slightly nippy and breezy day this October. Looking at the seclusion of the lot and the privacy of the home, I wonder how many of you are able to guess the location.
Once relegated to garden parties and summer soirees, wine spritzers are now a favorite.
Nothing looks more natural in open country than a cluster of farm buildings. There’s an honesty and direct practicality about farmhouses, barns, and rural out buildings and a tradition that makes them comfortable to our senses.
A Salt Lake couple trades high rise living for a hip ranch re-do.
To me, cars seem a great way of accessorizing a home. Today I feature homes where I coaxed the owners to let me include their rides in the shots.
Homeowners Stephanie and Todd Santiago enlist talented pros to help create a modern family residence that is as spectacular as the lush, sprawling site.
words and photos by: Scot Zimmerman It’s the 150th year since Frank Lloyd Wright’s birth, and there are big celebrations across the country. America’s most famous architect, Frank Lloyd Wright innovated designs and the use of new materials and developed an architectural philosophy around Organic Architecture. I am consistently moved by Wright’s genius when I…
Built in 1956, the modern home discreetly nestles into the lushly landscaped Federal Heights property.
I associate the term fieldhouse with Utah. While there are probably fieldhouses elsewhere, it’s common here to see them titled as such at college campuses and elsewhere.
Every year, more than four million visitors flock to Zion National Park to sightsee, hike, climb and bike. There are a lucky few, though, who actually get to live in Springdale and gaze at the towering vistas every day. Among them are Erik and Sally Ryberg, who decided that there was nowhere else on earth they’d rather retire.