Utah Style and Design Magazine Features Our Summit Creek Project

Today we have exciting news to share! Utah Style and Design Magazine is featuring our Summit Creek Project in both print and online. We are honored! We wanted to give you a peek into the article here on our site, but be sure to also check out the entire feature here. In this beautiful Utah home, we worked to have a seamless blend between the lux indoor decor and the rugged vistas of the beautiful mountain setting. See how Utah Style and Design describes this livable modern mountain retreat.

Builder: Split Rock Custom Homes
Photography: Rebekah Westover Photography
Text: Brad Mee for Utah Style and Design

“Chevron-patterned black wood tile clads the great room’s fireplace, while white-oak floors flow seamlessly from the light-filled space into the nearby dining and kitchen areas. Wood tile and flooring are from Henriksen/Butler. Large, black-framed windows capture mountain views, and roller shades are hidden in the ceilings above.”

I like to mix wood tones to avoid a one-note look, says Owens, who paired warm wood tones with white-painted cabinetry in the kitchen. Cabinets are by Elite Woodwork.”

“In the open kitchen, Owens hung Hudson Valley lanterns above an island topped with quartz. The material also forms the backsplashes and range hood. People like it for its durability, she explains.  The designer placed a cowhide rug beneath the dining table to add an organic form that counterbalances the hard lines and corners of the table and expansive windows.”

“Owens accented black bunk beds with bold, brass support rails and hardware. She painted the back walls black to unite the bunks with the nearby wall-mounted desk and open shelves. A Moroccan rug adds texture and warmth to the innovative space. Beds crafted by Elite Woodwork.”

Sometimes white and black can feel too stark, so I used wood on the master bathroom’s ceiling to add warmth and texture, Owens explains. A glass shower wall and organically shaped globe light foster the room’s clean, light-filled ambiance.”

“When asked to describe this hillside Utah home, Owens says, It’s a mountain-modern home, but not so modern that it’s unapproachable. She fostered this style with a mix of elements that travel easily throughout the home’s cohesive design. Black accents, warm woods, light linen colors and loads of texture, says Owens, describing her comforting palette. It moves seamlessly outdoors onto inviting decks and patios saturated with style and stunning scenery.”

A big thank you to Utah Style and Design for this feature and for the beautiful complements to our home! Be sure to visit them to see the entire write-up.

Happy Monday!


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