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. 

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As seen in our Spring 2020 issue. Design by Alice Lane Interior Design. Photo by Rebekah Westover.


Online fashion sensation Rachel Parcell opens the doors to her new dressing room, where silk draperies, custom cabinetry and a dazzling chandelier outfit the shimmering jewel-box space.

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As seen in our Spring 2008 issue. Photo by Scot Zimmerman. Design by Barclay Butera Interiors.


Yesteryear’s bulky lodge style gives way to a refreshing transitional décor in a Park City home luxuriously layered with classic elements and rustic details.

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As seen in our Winter 2007 issue. Architecture by Otto/Walker Architects. Photo by Scot Zimmerman


A covered patio—replete with a fireplace and large hot tub—provides an après-ski spot to take in Deer Valley’s scenic views and fresh mountain air.

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As seen in our Fall 2015 issue. Design by Gregg Hodson Interior Design. Photo by Scot Zimmerman


A fresh mix of vintage and modern elements transforms a timeworn 1937 Salt Lake City home into a luxuriously layered sanctuary in Federal Heights.

As seen in our Winter 2020 issue. Design by Ashton Klomp Interiors. Build by McEwan Custom Homes. Photo by Chris Luker


Mixed wood tones, light painted finishes, large lanterns and a marble hood combine to create a timeless kitchen masterfully designed for family gatherings and relaxed dining.

Find more from our 25th Anniversary Series here!

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