Want to pop some color into your décor? Let these seven spaces—and the rainbow’s naturally vibrant palette—inspire you and your rooms.

[Feature image: designer Matt Dickamore  and photo by Rochelle Jadhi.]

In his remodeled Salt Lake City home, homeowner Billy Stern creates a sleek, light-filled interior shot through with vibrant colors, witty details and modern style. Read more here.

Photo by Scot Zimmerman.


Designer Morgan Veenendaal. ofAlder & Tweed Home Outfitters, generously refers to the original décor of the Park City penthouse that tops theSilver Strike Lodge as mountainy.” The spaces flow freely into one another and are linked by continuous hardwood floors, warm wood tones and lively shades of orange and blue that pop against a backdrop of more neutral-colored furnishings, fabrics and surfaces. Read more here.

Photo by Doug Burke.


Designer Matt Dickamore paints samples on walls and creates painted boards that can be moved from room to room to help him pick the perfect shade. Observe them at different times of the day as the light changes in the room,” he adds. Read more here.

Photo by Rochelle Jahdi.


Outwardly, a unique mix of pitched, hipped and flat roofs help give the Holladay-area house a look that’s contemporary yet complements the neighbors’ traditional homes. While its outward appearance is dynamic, the home’s inwardly focused design makes it truly unique. Savvy design and pops of color animate the interior. Read more here.

In Deer Valley, designer Tori McBrien and her clients use fresh colors, shimmering surfaces and high-voltage details to transform a slope-side family retreat. Sapphire pendant lights byNiche Modern hang above the kitchen island. Read more here.

Photo by Scot Zimmerman.


A respectful renovation and fearless décor move a mid-century modern home into the 21st century. Color and boldly furnished sitting areas animate the large, open great room. Read more here.

Architect Ann Robinson, designers Belle Kurudzija and LaMar Lismancontractor Matt Russell and photo by Scot Zimmerman.

In Deer Valley, designer Beth Ann Shepherd transforms her clients’ Deer Valley resort residence into a haven of high style and family-friendly, five-star flair. Bold pops of color add playful accents to the neutral-base color palette. Read more here.

Photo by Scot Zimmerman.
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