Ideas + Inspiration

We may be landlocked in Utah, but that doesn’t mean the seaside doesn’t inspire us and our décors
Think your décor is short on detail? Here’s what you do: Tack on some trim. Something tasteful and tailored, nothing crazy. After all, you don’t live in a circus tent.
As a child growing up in the Mount Olympus Cove neighborhood of Millcreek, Eric Overton spent his days in the abundance of nature in his backyard—the slopes of of the Wasatch Range.
It’s summertime and the living is easy. Designer Matt Dickamore offers simple, high-style decorating ideas to help infuse your home with the laid-back comfort and sun-kissed character of our favorite season.
From bachelor buttons to bishop’s lace, sunflowers to sweet peas, Utah flowers are flourishing. The trick is keeping them fresh when you cut them and bring them indoors. These following cutting tricks and preservative recipes can help you do just that.
We’re spellbound by Arto brick tiles.
Most of us need some help when we embark on a new design project, and technology is here to make life just a little bit easier. These 7 apps will help you with everything from room measurements to color matching and even finding that perfect vintage item to tie your room together.
Ready to spend some time outdoors, but want to spruce up your entertaining space? Watch this for tips on furniture, fire pits and style to take your outdoor patio to the next level.
Your first official act of spring: Refresh your fabrics. Designer Jason Wilde chooses seven updated classics and offers insight on what makes them new for today’s décor.
Builder Ezra Lee infuses his family’s new contemporary home with cutting-edge style and ultra-livable design.