Nested in the mountains of Park City, Utah, this fully remodeled residence blends modern architectural elements with traditional design pieces—a style we like to call ‘The New Traditional’.
The house was originally bought to remodel and flip, but the serene mountain views of Park City won over the homeowners and inspired them to make this house there own. The homeowners wanted to be able to entertain for large parties yet be comfortable enough for the two of them to live there year round. The house was taken down to the studs and from there we helped bring a dream to life.
The entryway spans all levels. This five level split is connected by a common stairwell, floor to ceiling windows and a massive lighting fixture that can be seen from all levels of the house. We wanted the house to have a thread of continuity with colors and finishes. In order to achieve a cohesive flow, we incorporated light fixtures with bronze finishes in all the main spaces.
Entry Level Powder Room
Wallpaper is such a great way to make a small place pop!
Everything about this living room is symmetrical; each side is a mirror image to the other. Custom artwork above the mantle was made specifically for this space. The artwork is an abstract landscape that reflects the icy feel and colors the client wanted for the whole home.
Working with such a large space, it is important to have an understanding of scale and accessories needed. Having the accessories appropriate in size can very well impact the overall design.
Window treatments were a BIG deal in this room because of the massive window size. This is also one of the few places the owners allowed for window treatments because they didn’t want to hide the scenic view. We chose a silver color fabric for the window treatments, which really adds to the elegance of the space.
The window treatments in the library were used to frame the window and enhance the view. We chose a window treatment fabric with a hint of coral to tie it in with the fabric on the chairs, but not too much coral to overtake the room.
The dining room is the most traditional of the rooms. We used the client’s existing furnishings and boosted the formality of the room with double chandeliers.
The ceiling detail is custom plaster. Originally, we wanted to do crown molding but the room wasn’t conducive to it. However, the finished carpentry adds to the traditional feel of the room, which is why we wanted the custom plaster details.
The icy, yet elegant, powder room consists of an antique mirror wall, reflective wall covering and mirror on mirror.
This white and bright kitchen consists of custom cabinetry and bronze hardware. The refrigerator has custom panels to match the cabinets. Behind the mirrored doors you’ll find a hidden appliance garage, which is wonderful for eliminating countertop clutter. The center island provides contrast to the white kitchen with a stone color blend of blue and gray and light blue cabinets.
The family room is attached to the kitchen and maintains the light and bright feel throughout. The homeowner wanted to break away from the traditional heavy feel of the homes in the surrounding area; so wood paneling is painted white instead of a more natural dark stain.
The master bedroom consists of traditional bedside tables in a darker wood tone to bring warmth to the white and gray color theme throughout the room. The stone face wall with horizontal firebox brings a more modern architectural touch to the space.
We used mixed metals throughout the bathroom to create a flow from the master bedroom, thus tying the two spaces together. The gold leafing furniture in the bedroom carried over into the gold bathroom hardware and light fixtures. The gold fixtures also help to warm the overall cool feel of the white and gray book match stone shower wall.
Due to the massive size of this media room, everything was made custom. The space is complete with a projection movie screen, pool table and a small kitchen with concealed appliances.
A horizontal fireplace surrounded by lounge chairs and fur throw contribute to the coziness factor of the space. The hair-on-hide poufs provide function and design.
This space is perfect for a grown family of kids and grandkids.
The owner wanted a sauna to warm up in after skiing. The stone face wall with spots for candles creates the perfect Zen like atmosphere to unwind in after a long day in the cold.
Guest Room Suite Bathroom
The iridescent glass mosaic tile in the shower is surrounded by stacked subway tile and provides an eye-catching focal point. We added the dragon fly wallpaper because it is reflective and compliments the shimmer in the glass tile.
Every artist needs a retreat!
We designed this space to be artist friendly. Built-in custom cabinets were installed to house the homeowner’s art supplies. The rug is an indoor/outdoor rug, which is good for easy cleanup. Slider doors open up to a magnificent view that is sure to bring inspiration for multiple masterpieces.
Attached to the artist retreat is the artist bathroom. We tied the two spaces together by carrying over shades of blue and green into both rooms. White shower tile with green accents and green flooring is a fun way to enhance the white subway tile.
This space was designed to make doing laundry as enjoyable as possible. We think we’ve succeeded!
This room is the most saturated with color. We took a departure of the icy wintertime feel and moved into the spring season in this room.
The backside of the couch is 16 feet long. Its like three of the biggest sofas you’ve ever seen put together! All of the pillows are custom made to bring in texture and color. Some of the pillows have leather trim details to bring in ‘Park City’. We also added custom sofa back tables with benches underneath to allow for additional seating.
This space is designed for entertaining!
Entertainment Room Bar
An entertainment room isn’t complete without a bar. The space is designed to entertain 100 people.
Entertainment Level Powder Room
When entertaining, guests won’t have to walk far because the there’s a powder room on the entertainment level of this five level split.
To add texture to the space we covered the walls in grass cloth wallpaper. Custom floating cabinetry was installed with a stone vessel sink. The combination of the wood and stone and textured walls plays to the mountain house style while the custom bronze and crystal chandelier gives a little entertainment room vibe.