From its beginning, Utah Style & Design has celebrated inspiring design and the talented individuals who create it. This year marks our 25th anniversary, giving us yet another reason to raise our glasses to that special place we call home. To kick off this milestone, we’ll be sharing memorable moments tapped from our archives throughout the entire year. Some of these spaces are surprising, most are swoon-worthy and all are exceptional. We hope you enjoy this glimpse into the past and look forward, like us, to the remarkable style and design we’ll showcase in years to come. 

As seen in our Summer 2011 issue. Photo by Russel Chandler Ford. Design by Establish Design.


In the entry of a remodeled Walker Lane house, classic elegance and high-gloss glamour team as a dazzling duo that never loses its allure—even in an active family home.

As seen in our Fall 2014 issue. Photo by Phillip K Erickson. Design by K. Rocke Design.


Shimmering brass-plated chains and strands of sparkling LED lights spill 45 feet in the three-story stairwell of an edgy Park City home.

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As seen in our Summer 2020 issue. Photo by Nathan Schroder. Design by Hillary Taylor Interiors.


Natural light and stunning views flood a St. George home, where chic furnishings, relaxed details and buoyant hues put a fresh spin on desert style.

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As seen in our Fall 2019 issue. Photo by Lucy Call. Design by LMK Interior Design.


With streamlined cabinets, leather-wrapped mirrors and a sculpture-like tub, a stone-walled bathroom in Wolf Creek Ranch is awash with contemporary, rustic style.

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As seen in our Spring 2019 Issue. Photo by Rebekah Westover. Design by Gatehouse No.1; HOMEWARDesign


A shimmering mix of timeless materials, light tones and fashion-forward details turn a Highland home’s kitchen into a showplace of haute, livable style.

Make sure to check back on this nostalgic series throughout 2022, as we share more memorable moments from stories gracing our pages from as far back as 1997.

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Brad Mee
Brad Mee is the Editor-in-Chief of Utah Style & Design Magazine.