The 2020 Park City Showcase of Homes has arrived, sharing the best and brightest across the Wasatch Back. Builders and designers are showing off in every room, creating one-of-a-kind retreats that pair classic mountain style with contemporary design tricks. Here are eight noteworthy trends to nab for your own home.
Designers are ditching traditional chandeliers in favor of bold light fixtures with unexpected shapes and materials, keeping a timeless elegance while adding a modern flair.
Into the Woods
Why leave the hardwood at the kitchen floor? These homes use contrasting tones of wood on the ceiling, giving mountain home interiors a naturalistic yet polished finish.
Even in rustic homes with predominantly neutral tones, whimsical pops of red and orange are always a bright idea.
Cozying up by the fire has never looked this good. Horizontal ribbon fire elements paired with dramatic stone walls is a sleek duo ready for a crisp fall night.
What Goes Around
Clever combinations of circular decor round out a space’s hard edges, adding necessary depth to the furnishings of a room.
Park City designers made the powder room their own personal playground. From eye-catching sinks to boisterous patterned wallpaper, these bathrooms have moved from afterthought to highlight.
Open shelving is a popular alternative to cabinets, allowing homeowners to display their favorite dishware as unique decorations.
(Bath) Room with a View
Freestanding tubs are a major master bathroom trend. These bathrooms take advantage of the homes’ secluded mountain settings, creating a perfect place to soak in the spa while appreciating spectacular views.
All photos courtesy Park City Showcase of Homes.