Little Design Details That Complement Big Views

Set within the majestic foothills of the Wasatch Range, Summit Creek homes showcase a truly artful integration of indoor and outdoor spaces, each poised to masterfully harmonize with our untrammeled Utah backcountry. The same meticulous attention is placed on our mountain homes’ interior details—which, in turn, transform these houses into homes. Take our newest developer-built masterpiece, for example. Let’s dive into our little design details that complement the big views.

Organic Accents

Throughout this home’s Becki Owens-designed interiors, you will see an array of natural elements—starting with wood details. From warm oak flooring to detailed wood siding, rustic touches seamlessly blend the outdoor and indoor spaces as you move throughout the space. These modern, organic design details celebrates the grand beauty of the surrounding landscape, mirroring the textures and colors we can spot just outside the home’s floor-to-ceiling windows.

Weighted Hardware

Black, weighted hardware complements the home’s natural, rustic details, bringing a sense of balance to the space. Dark, heavy finishes—from the door handles to the deck railing—complement the homes’ organic details and natural color palette while elevating its expression of modern mountain style.

A Neutral Color Palette

Here, expansive views take center stage and that’s partly thanks to the home’s thoughtfully selected neutral color palette. Here, soft tones further accentuate the abode’s mountain and valley views, drawing the eye to the outdoor landscape.

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Little Design Details That Complement Big Views

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