Stylemakers: O.C. Tanner Jewelers

15 S. State Street, Salt Lake City | 801-532-3222 |

Visit O.C. Tanner Jeweler’s Home & Lifestyle department for truly unique home décor and accessories. If you’re looking for the perfect gift to celebrate special occasions, the third-floor department brims with treasures for weddings, successes and holidays.oc tanner

Highly curated, the department always has new offerings from well-known and recently discovered designers and artisans. “We attend several markets a year to find the perfect items,” says Bob Martin, Home & Lifestyle buyer. “We place a premium on exclusivity and have personal relationships with many of our partners.”

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O.C. Tanner is the exclusive retailer in Utah for Terrafirma Ceramics, a working pottery studio in New York City that designs and produces handmade pottery, dinnerware and table settings. Artist Ellen Evans starts with unique shapes and natural stoneware. She then creates patterns by painting liquid porcelain through textiles and lace. The warm tones juxtaposed with vibrantly colored and patterned porcelain surfaces creates a casual yet sophisticated look.

“Don’t be afraid to mix it up. For example, pair an expensive vase with casual dinner plates. Blend patterns, textures and colors. The balance of yin and yang makes people comfortable.” – Bob Martin, Home & Lifestyle Buyer

Ask the Expert


People want artistic objects that can be used every day. When you invite someone into your home, it creates a real sense of warmth and hospitality. Creating a striking table setting and presenting food in a beautiful way is effortless with attractive and approachable pieces that can be dressed up or down.


Montes Doggett crafts an exquisite collection of tabletop ceramics and pottery that are durable, yet elegant. Each piece is handcrafted by Peruvian artisans who interpret traditional shapes in new ways, creating endless possibilities and combinations.


Use the new neutral: mocha. We’re loving a fresh color palette that evokes the season by complementing rich brown with chestnut, charcoal and black. It’s really quite stunning.

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