Kitchen + Dining

There must be something about before-and-after pictures that allows us to see possibilities. Last week I spoke of kitchen envy and featured a kitchen transformation by Design Plus, Inc., of Salt Lake City (Kaye Christiansen Englert, FASID, NCIDQ, CAPS), and due to the enthusiastic response I am featuring another...
I live in an old home. In fact, in 2020 it will turn a respectable 140 years old. So, I am one of the first to find older homes interesting and livable. But I also suffer a certain degree of kitchen envy when I photograph homes, which is something...
This spring, punch up your cooking palette with colorful kitchen gadgets and goods. 1. Food Huggers, Sur La Table, Murray Ditch your plastic bags and go green! These Food Huggers not only save the Earth but they are an attractive addition...
Designer Andrea West teams with influencer Cara Loren to transform the style-setter’s Kaysville basement from unfinished to fabulous.   THE KITCHEN “I always begin with the kitchen; it sets the tone for the rest of the home,” West says. Loren rejected the idea of a typical kitchen from...
It’s the first of the year and a lot of us are putting our houses in order after the holidays and maybe in need of a little inspiration. As someone who likes to live big, this week I am providing big inspiration with a kitchen in a newly constructed,...
Tom and Cara Fox’s new kitchen embraces the past without foregoing the modern-day functionality required by their young family. Cara offers insight into how she designed this space to be as serviceable as it is sensational. When Tom and Cara Fox designed and built their Holladay home’s kitchen, they looked...
Photos by Scot Zimmerman In a room defined by cabinet doors and closed drawers, open shelves offer an alternative to open your kitchen to high style, dynamic displays and up-front functionality. 1) Sleek and Smooth Deep shelves appear to almost float on a Macubus quartzite backdrop in the kitchen of a chic...
When it comes to palette and pattern, this vibrant mountain residence will never suffer a case of the winter doldrums. The 6,000-square-foot second home was built not only as a seasonal ski lodge, but also as a year-round perch for a pair of East Coast empty nesters increasingly drawn to the mountainous region’s charms.
White kitchens have been enjoying a long run, but 2018 delivers bold color. Feeling the blues?
Looking for ways to make your kitchen Pinterest worthy in 2018? These 7 ideas should get you cooking.