We create ORGANIC AND TIMELESS, beautiful and inspiring places for people to live their best lives. We love to make a difference and we love to change lives, one detail at a time.


For more than 25 years, we have enjoyed fulfilling projects, designing and renovating living and work spaces for clients and friends across the country. As an architectural designer, founder Rachelle Johnson creates spaces with intention. “I rework the space to enhance and renew its use,” she says. “We include local artisans and use natural materials wherever possible.”

We work hard at what we do and we have success in helping create new environments where people thrive. Our award-winning group works on a variety of residential, commercial and hospitality projects. “We have a diverse background,” says Liz Jackson, interior designer and project manager. “Holistic planning means we look at the whole picture, not just one part of the equation.”

“We add value by helping clients prioritize what’s important to them,” Johnson explains. “We evaluate needs versus wants and what’s most important in your design aesthetic so you can stay on budget.”

422 W. 900 South, 

Greenery Art Space #106, Salt Lake City




“We do everything from architectural and interior design to landscape architecture. With us, it’s a holistic experience. You work with one team to create your sanctuary from architectural drawings and furniture selections to moving in. We see the whole picture and bring it all together seamlessly to maximize the space and bring out its potential.”

Rachelle Johnson, Owner.

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What’s Ahead

A focus on creating perfect gathering places for family and friends. We consider who will be using the space—their ages, interests, needs and preferences. More people are planning for generational living, so they want spaces that can be enjoyed by people of all ages.

Excited About

Including the Danish concept of hygge, or a sense of contentment, into spaces. Because we both have Danish heritage, we intuitively integrate hygge into our work by incorporating restorative energies of comfort, revitalization and warmth.

Fresh Ideas

Customize spaces that meet the needs of a broad age range. We’re looking at longevity; how dynamic family relationships will shift over time and how the space can accommodate a family’s evolution.

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