Shots of blue create continuity and a cool, fresh attitude in this chic Park City home. What might they do for yours?
Photo by Scot Zimmerman | Interior designer: Tori McBrien | Residence: Montage Deer Valley
Janelle Sofa
Alice Lane Home Collection, SLC,
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Geo Birdhouse
Crate & Barrel, Murray,
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Barcelona Tray
Jonathan Adler,


Topher lamp by Arteriors
Forsey’s Furniture Galleries, SLC
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McKinney Side Table by Vanguard Furniture
Guild Hall, SLC,
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Bohemian Bookends by Bungalow 5
Dunker Beal Interior Design, SLC,
Gaby Chair by Bernhardt
Thomasville Home Furnishings, Murray,
Bernhardt chair B2413-1686-022_0


Oxford Stool by Theodore Alexander
deCondé’s, SLC,
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