Homes are becoming more of a hybrid space where work and leisure are balanced with comfort and relaxation. If your home needs a fresh take, the expert designers at Helm can help you create the spaces that fit your lifestyle.
“Be willing to move and breathe in your home and embrace the ever-changing phases of life,” says Julie Fewkes, interior designer. “Making well thought-out changes and additions to a room or your entire home, even adding a fresh new color or wallpaper in a small space, can breathe new life into that room.”
As the premier source for furniture in the state, Helm furnishes Utah’s finest homes. By sourcing furniture from the best luxury brands—including Baker, Century, Bernhardt, Hickory Chair, Lexington, Massoud, Theodore Alexander and more—Helm brings the world’s most superb furniture to the state. The careful craftsmanship of these pieces, hand-picked and placed by professional designers, elevates high-end homes while helping homeowners find their unique style.
“Looks are becoming more eclectic. Traditional is coming back in new ways—I call it new traditional,” says David Lewis, interior designer. “Keep things classic; they will last longer and add an accent that’s not too serious.”
Helm understands and appreciates the value of an experienced, artistic eye and has an established program offering significant benefits to professional designers, decorators and homebuilders across the state.
“The finest homes feature furniture pieces that complement and complete an overall design aesthetic. Luxury furniture fills more than a functional role—it becomes a part of a home’s beauty.” – Chris Ross, Owner & President
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Supply chain issues will continue to keep homeowners and design professionals waiting in 2022. With a 30,000-square-foot showroom, plus additional warehouse space, Helm always has inventory in stock. And, its close relationship with manufacturers means it can often source furniture even during periods of low production and slow delivery.
“New products incorporate so many beautiful and unexpected materials such as stone, petrified woods, amazing and unusual glass, metal and crystals,” says Deborah Nielsen, interior designer. “Talented artisans from around the world are creating remarkable goods.”
“Use a warm color palette across a variety of organic materials, accented with cozy textures such as shearling, sheepskin, wool, soft velvet and chunky boucle,” says Tammy Petty, interior designer. “Infuse your home with different metals such as champagne golds, warm blacks, brass or silver.”
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