Rooms

These pleasing pantries keep handy all those things we need during the holidays, and share in the abundance of life.
When paired with imaginative lighting and custom cabinetry, a unique bathroom mirror can help turn a powder room into a show-stopper.
A historical building that once housed air compression equipment for mining operations in Park City a century ago is the new home for Vilex, maker of orthopedic foot and ankle implants and devices.
When it comes to building a dream home, elegant great rooms, tricked-out kitchens and luxurious bathrooms top of the wishlists. But in Utah Valley, where large families and love of home preside in abundance, playrooms are also must-haves. Whether a cozy home theatre or a regulation basketball...
The ceiling: It's often called a room's fifth wall, and it deserves as much design attention as all of the others. The talented pros who designed the homes featured in this year's Utah Valley Parade of Homes know this. Here, we present some of our favorite must-see...
Hillary Taylor
Designer Hillary Taylor, principal of Hillary W Taylor Interiors, is known for creating refined spaces that masterfully embrace modern livability with a sense of history that never strong-arms a space. It’s an aesthetic Taylor has used to elevate her compelling residential projects and the chic-yet-comfortable interiors of...
Nocturnal honed granite countertop in Alpine kitchen
A bespoke kitchen in Alpine by Cambridge Home Company strikes the perfect balance between classic and contemporary with both a flashy entertaining space and a scullery designed for inevitable messes. Time-honored and of-the-moment elements combine to create this kitchen’s show-stopping style:
One path to kitchen bliss is to put pretty up front and place the purely practical out of sight. That’s the approach Chad and Rochelle Broadhead of Cambridge Home Company took when they created a bespoke kitchen for clients who wanted an inviting space designed for entertaining....
Open shelves are seemingly everywhere in today's most beautiful kitchens, and it's not hard to see why. These photogenic storage solutions add visual interest to functional spaces, allowing favorite plates and glasses to double as eye-catching décor. (Why hide your best china in a closed cabinet?) Plus,...
Not much has changed in the ways we use our kitchens since the ‘80s. We still prep meals in them, store food in them, and gather and entertain in them. However, the feel and functionality we demand from them has changed over the years, as proven by...