It takes a village to build a home. The architects compose the perfect structure, the contractors puzzle pieces into shape and the engineers wire it alive. And, of course, there are the interior designers. They work with the team, finessing functionality while creating the unique personality and special features that make a house a home….
Since the artist formerly known as Prince’s passing in 2016, there have been several tributes paid to the singer, but none have been quite as colorful as Pantone’s designation of the perfect shade of purple, appropriately named, Love Symbol #2.
Whether he cuts them from his garden or picks them at the farmers market, floral designer Conner Nesbit of Leuca Floral waits all year for fresh-cut dahlias. It’s no wonder he’s diligent about extending their lives in the vase. His three small tricks make a big difference.
Fireside seating takes many forms, shapely garden benches included.
A fresh mix of vintage and modern elements transform an obsolete 1937 kitchen into a high-style, highly organized space.
In Holladay, landscape pro Willie Eschenfelder transforms old farmland into an oasis of lush gardens, tranquil ponds and outdoor living spaces designed for year-round entertaining.
Ready to spend some time outdoors, but want to spruce up your entertaining space? Watch this for tips on furniture, fire pits and style to take your outdoor patio to the next level.
There comes a time in every man’s life when it all catches up with him. It sounds like a plot line for a novel, but actually, it’s my office.
This Spring 2017 issue of Utah Style & Design is packed with “finished” rooms, homes and, yes, even a barn. Check out our lineup of sensational laundry rooms, bold floral designs, a remodeled Avenues kitchen, and savvy decorating, cooking and entertaining ideas. Need design inspiration? Be sure to subscribe to Utah Style & Design and keep…
I revisited a home that I first photographed over 32 years ago to make new photographs, and I was struck how the timeless design has endured.