If you attended the recent Utah Valley Parade of Homes, you couldn’t miss how a black-and-white color palette dominated many of the dramatic, high-style interiors.
A fresh mix of vintage and modern elements transform an obsolete 1937 kitchen into a high-style, highly organized space.
Cabinets aren’t what they used to be: blasé wooden boxes adorned with kitschy hardware. Sadly, they were an afterthought to those scene-stealing shiny appliances and sparkly countertops.
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.
Whether hanging over an inland, suspended over a bar or dangling above a serving station, pendants lights continue cook up big style in today’s kitchen. For proof, check out these Utah kitchens created by talented designers, and be prepared for a spectacular light show.
Designer Bill Cordray and wife Brooke pulled out all the stops when cooking up a new kitchen for their small Salt Lake City home.
David and Rachel Chamberlain clear the clutter with smart storage and HIGH-GLAM details.
David and Rachel Chamberlain transform their drab 1950’s kitchen into a family-friendly showcase of smart design and luxe finishes.
In Park City, an unabashedly function-forward kitchen melds industrial and modern design elements with inspiring results.
A passion for precision and clean-lined living drives the design of a Deer Valley kitchen.