Living Spaces

The not-so-secret secret of creating many of today’s most stylish spaces is, in two words, natural stone. We’re not talking your run-of-the-mill granite countertop or limestone hearth. These days, design pros are choosing special varieties of natural stone to transform surfaces and features in surprising and spectacular ways. Once...
1. White Onyx and antiqued brass Nell sconce $973, Elume Distinctive Lighting, Park City. 2. Halcyon quartz-based table lamp with antique-brass shade $780, Bernhardt Interiors, Murray. 3. Honed marble Jax table $1,890, Alice Lane Home Collection, SLC.
The not-so-secret secret of creating many of today’s most stylish spaces is, in two words, natural stone. We’re not talking your run-of-the-mill granite countertop or limestone hearth. These days, design pros are choosing special varieties of natural stone to transform surfaces and features in surprising and spectacular ways. Once...
The not-so-secret secret of creating many of today’s most stylish spaces is, in two words, natural stone. We’re not talking your run-of-the-mill granite countertop or limestone hearth. These days, design pros are choosing special varieties of natural stone to transform surfaces and features in surprising and spectacular ways. Once...
The not-so-secret secret of creating many of today’s most stylish spaces is, in two words, natural stone. We’re not talking your run-of-the-mill granite countertop or limestone hearth. These days, design pros are choosing special varieties of natural stone to transform surfaces and features in surprising and spectacular ways. Once...
In today’s housing market, people are looking for affordable solutions. Whatever term you call it—family pod, permitted second residence, mother-in-law apartment, supplementary residence, secondary suite, or guesthouse—these thoughtful additions are in the news as possible solutions to housing issues and shortages. Some metropolitan areas have approved or are currently...
Inspired by the one-level, mid-century modern dwellings in Palm Springs, Tally Stevens and Rustin Owens share why they're crazy about their living room.
The cost of new construction keeps rising; it’s now common in Park City to see construction costs ranging from $700 to $1,000 per square foot. Given these costs, it makes sense that more of us are now or soon will be living smaller in apartments, condominiums, townhomes, and cozy bungalows or cottages.
Bring fun, energy and intrigue into the hope with a pop of color courtesy of nature's very own color palette.
Local pros turn up the heat on laundry room design.