“We wanted the owners’ warm, casual and inviting personalities to shine through in the design of the pool house,” says designer Brynne Flowers, who teams with Parker Lamborn as principals of John Martine. The detached building’s homestead-meets-industrial style complements the Alpine residence’s ranch style. A large glass garage door opens to a sunny interior where terrazzo and concrete floors, yellow cement tiles, plaster-detailed cabinetry and assorted Sunbrella fabrics deliver a relaxed vibe and easy living to the off-the-pool retreat. A brick fireplace nods to the home’s architecture while helping to extend the family’s pool and outdoor entertaining season.

a comfortable deep blue sofa and neutral tones deliver a comforting sense of ease to the pool house. The glass garage door is easily opened to the glassy pool area, or closed for an off-season outdoor hangout. Architecture by Think Architecture. Build by Robinson Home Builder. Photo by Malissa Mabey.
Sunny yellow cement tiles brighten the pool house’s kitchenette and mirror hues found in Sunbrella fabrics throughout the space.
Photo by Malissa Mabey.
Flowers and Lamborn layer the room with natural textures and boho-chic fabrics. The brick fireplace anchors the room while complimenting the main home’s style. Photo by Malissa Mabey.
The pool house bathroom received a head-to-toe treatment of canary yelllow. Photo by Malissa Mabey.
An inviting outdoor seating area lies across from the detached pool house. Photo by Malissa Mabey.
Wooden loungers face the pool’s diving board and contrast the home’s industrial style with wooden texture. Photo by Malissa Mabey.

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Brad Mee is the Editor-in-Chief of Utah Style & Design Magazine.