Decorating + Design

Champagne to sparkling cider, martini to spiced mocktail, this season's libations are more special when served from a festively styled bar. Sure, you could pour your drinks at the kitchen counter, but where's the fun in that? This season, we're craving some cheer! We...
Decorative Trims, Passementerie from the Cirque Collection, Samuel & Sons
You may not be hip to the power of decorative trims, but your designer certainly is. With their elegant embroideries and dramatic dimensions, time-honored patterns and fresh palettes, adorned trims transform simple to sublime, boring to bespoke. Designer Tip: Use decorative trim to add artistry...
Poinsettia
House plants bring touches of life to our homes all year long, and nothing represents December cheer like the classic poinsettia. These sub-tropical plants, native to Mexico, spend long winter nights changing their leaves into vibrant colors. (Leaves are usually, but not alway, bright red.) Poinsettias’ popularity...
Christmas tree decorating
With Thanksgiving leftovers now stowed in the fridge, Holiday decorating season is in full swing. For many of us, that means it’s time to tackle one of the most traditional—and, let’s face it, most daunting—tasks: the Christmas tree. Luckily, Gatehouse No. 1 design experts Lisa Ward and...
Mirror, Dimitri, Kozyrev
Dimitri Kozyrev’s “Mirror” celebrates the artist’s stylistic choices rather than simple resolutions or understanding.  “Good art is when you can feel the creator using his experiences,” artist Dimitri Kozyrev says. He was born in the Soviet Union in 1967 and moved to the U.S....
Meagan Larsen, Ezra Lee Design & Build, Architecture
In just a few years, photographer Meagan Larsen has quickly built a reputation for her photography of architecture and interiors. Since graduating from Brigham Young University in 2016, Larsen's striking, light-filled photos have been favorites of local designers and featured in publications throughout the country, including Dwell,...
Preparing for holiday celebrations is extra challenging this year as many are trying to balance beloved Thanksgiving traditions with coronavirus safety recommendations. To reduce the risk of spreading COVID-19, Utah health guidelines suggest moving gatherings outside. Luckily, Matt Dickamore from Denton House Design proves that outdoor spaces...
Comprised of three structures and a shared courtyard, a family's remote Bear River Range getaway is as compelling as the scenic setting that surrounds it. The homeowner wanted a place where he and his family could escape the demands of the digital world—a remote...
For many of us, Thanksgiving is going to look a little different this year. Maybe you’re limiting the guest list, eschewing a big family gathering and only including members of your immediate household. Or maybe you’ve opted for takeout from your favorite neighborhood eatery instead of traditional...
Industry Salt Lake City
Jason and Ellen Winkler began with a simple idea: reimagine what it means to go to the office, retell the story of a neighborhood, and rethink how experience shapes artistry. The Winklers overhauled several historic structures into adaptive-reuse projects throughout Denver before they set their sights on...
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