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 Spring 2018 issue. Photo by Scot Zimmerman. Design by AMB Design.


A Park City home office is a chic study in style, replete with plum blossom wallpaper, an antique crystal chandelier and a bejeweled custom art screen.

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As seen in our Winter 2009 issue. Photo by Scot Zimmerman. Design by Jeff Landry Design.


In Salt Lake City’s Marmalade District, a century-old bungalow boasts a complete remodel and a timeless décor marked by collected art, rich tones and low-key luxury. Jeff Landry Design, Winter 2009

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As seen in our Fall 2016 issue. Photo by Russell Chandler Ford. Design by Jackson & LeRoy, Establish Design and Bradford R. Houston.


Inspired by century-old English country manors, a new Highland home combines classic architecture and design with a keen eye on modern-day living.

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As seen in our Winter 2005 issue. Photo by Scot Zimmerman. Design by Split Rock Custom Homes.


The site’s ancient lava field inspired sculpted forms throughout a St. George home, including a conversation niche shaped from faux lava by artist John Carlson.

As seen in our Spring 2007 issue. Architecture by Lloyd Architects. Build by Evergreene Construction. Design by Susan Taggart Design. Photo by Scot Zimmerman


An old rambler gets a head-to-toe overhaul where modern design, light-filled rooms and spirited colors create a family-style showpiece in the heart of Salt Lake City.

Browse more from out 25th Anniversary Series here!

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