Utah Style & Design Fall 2016

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Simplicity drove the design of this Salt Lake penthouse created by designer Kathryn Anderson. Unique sink and toilet fixtures from Agape add character without detracting from the room’s minimalist style. A custom vertical mirror and light shelf complete the room’s restrained décor. Wall sconce and faucet by Boffi. Designer Beth Ann Shepherd chose a shimmering chain links wallpaper by Astek Wallcovering for a Park City powder room. “The room is a tad small, but the larger prints make it feel much more expansive and it is certainly unforgettable,” Shepherd explains. Teerlink Cabinet constructed a large cabinet with crisscross detailing. “As always in powder rooms, drama, glamour, wow and a bit of the unexpected create a win-win,” Shepherd says.

As always in powder rooms, drama, glamour, wow and a bit of the unexpected create a win-win.


—Beth Ann Shepherd


Architect William Mammen combined curved forms against flat planes and sharp angles to help this powder room—and the rest of the Park City home— blend with its natural setting of rolling hills against the rocky backdrop of the Wasatch Back. A Stone Forest white onyx vessel sink sits on a Stone Forest slab pedestal. Designer Kay Mammen suspended a mirror in front of a wall clad in a strong tile pattern. In this Park City powder room, designer Julie Chahine created spa-like serenity by pairing a Bocci light fixture with walls dressed in soft beige tile. A floor-to-ceiling mirror accentuates the shape of the Lacava rectangular pedestal sink. “The color scheme is neutral, which showcases the geometry of the fixtures,” Chahine explains. Wall Mount Faucet by Graff. FALL 2 0 1 6