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 Summer 2006 issue. Photo by Scot Zimmerman.


The owners of a garden-ensconced home in Salt Lake City decorated their covered porch as stylishly as the home’s welcoming interior.

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As seen in our Winter 2013 issue. Photo by Phillip Erickson. Design by CityhomeCOLLECTIVE


Inside Salt Lake’s century-old Maryland building, a tired apartment is transformed into a comforting cocoon of moody tones, rich woods and posh, debonair style..

As seen in our Summer 2019 issue. Photo by Scot Zimmerman. Design by The Fox Group.


Saturated color and charming classic details put a fresh spin on a Holladay home’s off-the-kitchen tea room, where couture draperies frame glorious garden views.

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As seen in our Spring 2019 issue. Photo by Malissa Mabey. Design by Vecchio Design.


A less-is-more approach delivers striking style and generous light to a tiny, downtown condo.

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As seen in our Spring 2009 Issue. Photo by Scot Zimmerman. Design by McQuay Architects.


Defined by seamless spans of enameled white floors, ribbons of flickering flames and walls of stone and glass, a provocative St. George home rises high above rolling lava fields.

You can find more posts from our 25th Anniversary Series here!

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