Magnolia Place

April 14th, 2014

Magnolia Place is coming together beautifully. Here is a peek at our cabinet design for the kitchen and the office. The basic idea for the cabinets was to give them a classical English detail. In the kitchen I wanted them to look like English unfitted cabinetry.

In the nursery I wanted to scale the woodwork in the space to keep it appropriate for a child. With ten foot ceilings I wanted to break up the room visually so it had a more intimate feel.

I’ll be sure to share the finished rooms with you as they come together.

Find us on Houzz

April 9th, 2014

I am sure most of you are already using and loving Houzz. If not, I highly recommend you check it out. We have been posting some of our favorite projects each week. I also like how easy it is for my clients to create and share their idea books with me.

It has been so fun to see what some of our most popular photos are. Here are the pictures that have been added to countless idea books over the past few weeks. You can see more of these homes on our Houzz page.




April 2nd, 2014

Last year I worked on a space in St. George for my client’s company eSpokes. I wanted the interior space to reflect the exterior environment and its colors, particularly the blue sky. Now that spring is here what a better time to stop by for a test ride. The bikes are motorized so you can pedal manually and then if you want some oomph you push and a button and there you have it.

Today I spent some time meeting with the Weber State University staff. Their Interior Design Program was going through accreditation and wanted community members to come and assist in the site visit. I was honored to be asked to come and share my input and perspective. I was really impressed with what they were doing. I made several comments on what they could improve upon, but I think they have a great curriculum, great faculty, and their students work looks great.  Mark your calendars for their annual Charitable Chair event, coming up on April 10th.
See pictures from last years Charitable Chair event which I hosted.

Custom Home -Country French

March 25th, 2014

I designed this country French home with beautiful symmetry and clean classic design for a clean, classic couple. It is filled with stunning handmade finishes. I love to feature my client’s homes when they go up for sale. I am not surprised, this one went quick and is already sold!

As the weather starts to warm up I am looking forward to working on landscape designs. The most recent Portland Street of Dreams had some amazing landscapes. I wanted to share some of my favorites with you. I loved the symmetry, path details, use of small stones, and water features that accompanied the beautiful homes on the tour.

Magnolia Place

March 13th, 2014

I am spending the latter half of the week in St. George working with a wonderful client of mine on her Italian Villa, Magnolia Place. I loved designing this home and am so grateful for the opportunity to assist with the interiors as well. I only have a rendering to show you for now but as things come together I hope to have some beautiful pictures to share.

DuMc Townhouse Rendering

March 11th, 2014

The renderings for the DuMc Townhouse were completed today. You can see how each town home has a unique and individual style, similar to European style living. I designed the homes keeping the scale of the neighborhood in mind. Downtown Bountiful has really come to life over the past couple years and this townhouse will fit right in.

Here you can see the back and side of the complex. There are units for sale so contact me if you are interested (801)292-1512.

DuMc Place

March 5th, 2014

DuMc Place is starting to rise! Everything has gone so quickly and smoothly it is fun to see the framing come together. I should have a rendering to post soon.

There are units for sale in this townhouse (located in downtown Bountiful). Robert is selecting the interiors and we expect these won’t last long so contact us for more information if you are interested (801)292-1512.

St. George Parade of Homes 2014

February 26th, 2014

The St. George Parade of Homes always succeeds in bringing the outdoors in. I loved the transitions in the landscape that almost make you feel as if you are exploring nature. One of my favorite homes was #9, J2 Construction always does a fabulous job. The home had such great proportions. Here are a few of my favorite shots from this home.