Have you ever visited 15th Street Gallery? This little place is the perfect venue for a hip, classy party. Art Space by day, Holiday Cocktail Party by night. Like the one I set up below.
The gallery is located in one of Salt Lake's boutique districts, 15th & 15th in Sugarhouse. Surrounded by some of Salt Lake's best local restaurants; Mazza, Frescos, Paris Bristro, Caputos...Starbucks?
You must swing by to see all the wonderful local art and jewelry or just say hi to the gracious staff.
Friday, December 16, 2011
Park City TV received a holiday make over for this joyous season. The set design is by Jacque Riehl and myself representing Riehl Events. We did a couple of design segments with Terry (the bald guy in the image below) that will be shown over the next couple of days. Terry emulates the Park City personality...super chill, talented and an absolute dream to work with! You will notice some holiday decor I showcased in previous design segments. I like to refurbish and reuse :)
Monday, December 12, 2011
When my sister comes into town, my whole world stops. With me in Utah and her in California, we get little time to play which is why we try to fit in all in a weekend and which is why I forgot to mention I was on Studio 5 last Friday. The segment was on frosted glass which is extremely easy to do. Frost mason candle jars would be a nice homemade touch to your holiday decor. Here are a couple of things I came up with.... I would love to hear about your own creative ideas.
Monday, December 5, 2011
Have you heard of wood tile? It is pretty self explanatory - porcelain tile that looks like wood. But it is easier to maintain and clean then actual wood. Score! It is the perfect solution for someone that wants the clean classic look of wood in the kitchen with out the fear of it warping over the years due to moisture. And the best part is... the tile retails for only $2.80 a square foot. Double Score!
Wood tile has been my obsession for the past four months and I have seen it at all the major tile stores; Bedrosians , Daltile, Contempo, etc. Don't be surprised if you start to see it at Home Depot soon.
I am using wood tile in two of my projects this month and I am thrilled to show you a sneak peak of my client's home in Park City. We used this tile from Contempo Tile.
Here is the entry foyer tile design, we used the same limestone on the fireplace (above) to border the tile design.