Mountain living never looked so good. At the 2021 Park City Showcase of Homes, designers and builders put their best work on display. Each home offered a different taste of traditional alpine style met with contemporary flair, showcasing fresh design solutions that push boundaries. Here are five fresh trends you won’t want to miss:

Playing the Angles

Designers are ditching one-dimensional style in favor of sloped ceilings and inverted windows. Striking lines provide a bold border for alpine views while making  already sizable rooms appear more spacious.

2021 Park City Showcase of Homes
Build by Douglas Knight Construction. Architecture by Upwall Design. Interior Design by Interior Concepts Incorporated.
2021 Park City Showcase of Homes
Build by H2 Homes. Architecture by Greg Steffensen Architect. Home Design by Sticks & Stones.

All Natural

Drawing inspiration from their wooded surroundings, several homes incorporated natural materials and textures in their designs. In a powder room, a distinct vanity brings the outdoors in. In a Midway home’s kitchen, custom stonework meets a neutral wood ceiling to deliver a warm cabin feel.

2021 Park City Showcase of Homes
Build by Douglas Knight Construction. Architecture by Upwall Design. Interior Design by Interior Concepts Incorporated.
Build by H2 Homes. Architecture by Clayton Vance Architecture. Interior Design by The Olsen Home.

Bright Ideas

Gone are the days of recessed lights and plain drop pendants. The designers of today are in favor of bold fixtures that make a statement in every corner of the home. Take this office chandelier, where an ocean-like fixture adds luminescence to the otherwise moody decor.

2021 Park City Showcase of Homes
Build by H2 Homes. Architecture by Clayton Vance Architecture. Interior Design by The Olsen Home.
Build by Douglas Knight Construction. Architecture by Upwall Design. Interior Design by Interior Concepts Incorporated.
2021 Park City Showcase of Homes
Build, Architecture and Design by Ezra Lee Design + Build.

Mix and Match

Pairing textures and patterns in a harmonious duo is no cake walk—designers at the Park City showcase showed us how it’s done. From living rooms and breakfast nooks, layering varied materials and furnishings, adds visual interest to contemporary interiors.

2021 Park City Showcase of Homes
Build by Guardian Homes. Architecture by Resin Architecture. Interior Designer Barclay Butera Interiors.
Build by Xtreme Custom Homes. Architecture by T.K. Boss Residential Design. Interior Design by Osmond Design.

Take in the View

Appreciating the mountain vistas is no problem when faced with wall-to-wall windows. These homes couple gathering spaces with wide-open views.

Build by CD Construction. Architecture by Jean Yves Lacroix. Interior Design by Felicity Gardner Interior Design.
Build by Guardian Homes. Architecture by Resin Architecture. Interior Designer Barclay Butera Interiors.

Find more design inspiration from the 2021 Park City Showcase of Homes here .