First came love, then came marriage, then came the tiny house. When Chris and Tamara started their life together, they wanted to do so with clarity and purpose—a life of experiences, friendships and leaving the world a better place than they found it. For them, that meant reducing their material possessions and building a tiny house in Summit County.
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.
Design magazines are like beautiful gardens. They’re quiet, inspiring and you can experience them in your own time, at your own pace. Plus they’re always presenting what’s fresh and new. Maybe that’s why I enjoy creating them both as much as I do. In fact, if I weren’t an editor, I could easily see myself digging into garden design for a living.
Need some inspiration for redesigning your home? We’ve look back at some of the great homes Scot Zimmerman has photographed for our Photo Friday series. Be inspired. And get designing.
Your first official act of spring: Refresh your fabrics. Designer Jason Wilde chooses seven updated classics and offers insight on what makes them new for today’s décor.
The views looking out from a contemporary new home built on the Draper foothills all were different and wonderful
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.
Builder Ezra Lee infuses his family’s new contemporary home with cutting-edge style and ultra-livable design.
Brittany Tobler’s top tips for mastering modern design while paying homage to authentic architecture.
Page and Brian Westover passionately lead a talented team to create Snuck Farm, a family-owned farm and legacy project on a bucolic property in the heart of Pleasant Grove.