Are you ready to design a space that inspires you? The talented team of designers at Gatehouse No.1 is ready to help at any stage of the process.

For the past 25 years, Gatehouse No.1 owners Stephanie and Doug Holdaway, as well as their expert team of designers, have helped thousands of satisfied clients. “Walk into our store with a dream and walk out with everything you need to make it reality,” says Stephanie. “Sit on the furniture, feel the rich textures and see all the vibrant colors and patterns.”

Gatehouse No. 1

An unflinching dedication to high quality is at the heart of this local furniture store and interior design studio. “From our professional design and delivery teams to our custom furniture, curated accessories and everything in between, quality matters,” Stephanie says.

All this at your fingertips lends itself to a satisfying experience. “We want to make it fun,” Doug explains. “We’ll help you create a space that is functional, practical and beautiful. You can have it all.” With a 10,000-square-foot showroom full of gorgeous in-stock furniture and a team of professional designers, Gatehouse No.1 offers an easy design experience.

“Don’t get caught up in what others are doing. Designing a space that is true to you will always be on trend. Your home should be a haven, fill it with things you love and that inspire you. Express yourself.” – Stephanie Holdaway, Owner and Principal Designer

Gatehouse No. 1
Stephanie Holdaway, Owner and Principal Designer

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Gatehouse No.1 is thrilled to be a part of the upcoming Utah Valley Parade of Homes this June. Watch @gatehouseno1 for upcoming store events and previews of their custom furniture design in homes.


Rich color, tone-on-tone, and attention to detail in millwork and furniture. From fabric and art to lighting and rugs, the simplest elements can transform an entire space.


Live life in color. Embrace bold wallpapers, moody hues and rich textiles. Painted furniture is also making a comeback. It is all about color in 2022.

672 S. State St., Orem 

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