Decorating + Design

The Utah State Capitol is now in the pink. Every spring, 433 cherry trees that line the seven-mile Memorial Walkway around the Capitol building burst with blushing blossoms, shimmering under clear blue skies. A gift from the people of Japan following World War II, the Yoshino trees...
Photographer Heather Nan has built a reputation as one of Utah’s most sought-after wedding photographers. Nan’s wide range of photographic interests means she is always taking on a new project: during our interview, in fact, Nan was scouting the Great Salt Lake Marina—with kids and a dog...
For both home chefs and decorators, oranges are a fresh source of inspiration all year long. Both a color and fruit, few words deliver so much decorative zest. Here are some enchanting wallcoverings that cleverly incorporate our favorite winter citrus. Amalfi Cielo...
Photo by Heather Nan “As aesthetics get more natural and organic, people are more comfortable with dry flowers,” says floral designer Sarah Winward. She’s not talking about yesteryear’s tight wheat shafts and bulky seed pods, but florals and foliage that are more wispy,...
Designers and builders from across the state showed off their best at the 2021 St. George Area Parade of Homes. In these desert homes, modern elements were paired with classic style and landscape-driven outdoor living complemented unforgettable interiors. Here are 10 of our favorite trends to guide...
Eucalyptus Brass Shaded Sconces
A love of nature continues to illuminate many of today’s most fascinating light fixtures, including these branching brass sconces. As timely as they are timeless, their forms present a modern take on freshly cut eucalyptus while a luminous matte finish and tailored shades nod to the traditional. 
With designs maximizing vivid desert views, patios ready for year-round outdoor living and, of course, plenty of dreamy pools, dazzling new residences at the 2021 St. George Area Parade of Homes embrace the unique landscape and climate of southern Utah. Build by RL...
Animal print, Samuel & Sons
If you’re on the hunt for a daring way to animate your décor, consider Samuel & Sons’ menagerie linen canvas border. We’re wild about its graphic leopard design. Embroidered with colorful wool and lustrous yarns, this dimensional trim can enliven furnishings, accents, walls and windows. 
This February, the team at Gatehouse No. 1 is spreading the love to their favorite local businesses. Inspired by North Carolina-based furniture maker Lee Industries, the Gatehouse Loves Local event celebrates small businesses from across the state featuring their products and demonstrating their services in Gatehouse’s showroom....
For Flairhunter's Stephanie Hunt, every piece counts. These are a few that helped create this project's one-of-a-kind look. Imagined World Petite Accent Chair $698, Anthropologie, SLC, anthropologie.com Andromeda from Schumacher
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