A magnificent Midway setting, luxuriously layered décor and swoon-worthy details: Is it any wonder we can’t get enough of the breathtaking interiors showcased in our Family Retreat feature story? Fortunately there are more to see. We couldn’t fit them all in the magazine, so we’re thrilled to share more of the spaces brilliantly conceived by Ashton Klomp Interiors and McEwan Custom Homes.

Light washes over the two-story living room space, where a tall potted tree poses in front of art by Soicher Marin. Leather accent chair by Hickory Chair.

Designers Kathryn Ashton and Christy Klomp chose a classic Theodore Alexander mirror for the living room’s broad stone fireplace. They custom designed the handsome mantle, fabricated by Stone Mountain Casting in SLC.

In the entry, side chairs by Highland House frame a timeless console from Hickory Chair. Symmetry rules the display with the exception of the off-center placement of a framed print and select accessories.

In one of the home’s lovely guest suites, a large mirror reflects views from nearby windows and delivers sparkling light to a shimmering chandelier and silvered lamp bases.

A charming dutch door opens to the home’s breathtaking scenic landscape. The designers repeated the door’s color  (Farrow & Ball’s Down Pipe) in the home’s cozy study.

The loft serves as a private retreat for the homeowners, where a  sofa and webbed-back lounge chairs by Lee mix with unique accents including RH petrified wood stump tables and a zebra-hide step stool. Built-ins by Cottonwood Cabinets.

Each of the guest suites includes a spacious sitting area and ensuite bathroom. Here, three large  art pieces create a quiet backdrop for a luxurious sofa and inviting wing chair. Windows open to mountain views.

Sheer Roman shades, a collection of woven baskets and small, framed art pieces add charm to the home’s secondary laundry room.

A landscape designed by Northland Design Group expands the natural beauty of the home designed by architect Joe Carrick and built by McEwan Custom Homes. The house overlooks Midway’s pastoral views.

A secretary by Century Furniture and wide window bench elevate the style of a welcoming bedroom suite. The end-of-bed bench is also by Century Furniture, the floor lamp is by Visual Comfort and the upholstered screen is by Lee Industries.



Interior Design and Furnishings: Kathryn Ashton & Christy Klomp, Ashton Klomp Interiors, SLC

Contractor: Matt McEwan and Devin Dye, McEwan Custom Homes, Alpine

Architect: Joe Carrick, JCD, Spanish Fork

Landscape Design: Jeremy Fillmore, Northland Design Group, Provo

Cabinets: Craig Veenker, Cottonwood Cabinets, Draper

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