It takes a village to build a home. The architects compose the perfect structure, the contractors puzzle pieces into shape and the engineers wire it alive. And, of course, there are the interior designers. They work with the team, finessing functionality while creating the unique personality and special features...
Who hasn’t had the idea, at least once, to quit the big city rat race and start over the way it was intended to be – living simply, close to nature, with only your loved ones and the stars in the sky to keep you company.
Who says beds have to back to walls? From what I am seeing, certainly not today's innovative designers. They're floating beds in rooms with sensational results. Check these out, they may inspire you to liberate your bed as well.
The cost of new construction keeps rising; it’s now common in Park City to see construction costs ranging from $700 to $1,000 per square foot. Given these costs, it makes sense that more of us are now or soon will be living smaller in apartments, condominiums, townhomes, and cozy bungalows or cottages.
First came love, then came marriage, then came the tiny house. When Chris and Tamara started their life together, they wanted to do so with clarity and purpose—a life of experiences, friendships and leaving the world a better place than they found it. For them, that meant reducing their material possessions and building a tiny house in Summit County.
This week I am thinking about getting out of the car and walking. A photo shoot of two units in Nirvana, Lane Myers’s (Lane Myers Construction) development of soon to be eight carefully constructed custom homes in lower Old Town Park City, triggered these thoughts.