How to Take Down a Wall (video)

As you may remember, the kitchen dining area of the house was really small.  Closed off, not functional, and we had big plans to transform this space.  Before we could do anything else, we had to take down a wall between the kitchen and a bedroom that Read More
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A New Family of Four

Our little Stagg clan has expanded.  Our sweet baby Anna Victoria entered the world on the first day of spring, last Friday, and we are in newborn heaven over here.  She is such a sweet, good natured baby who loves to sleep and cuddle.  Ruby is an Read More
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Construction Begins: Foundation and Window Wells

I apologize for my little break as of late.  I'm nearing the end of the this pregnancy and I feel like I'm in the last point 2 of a marathon.  So much to do, so little time, and no more energy even though I can see the darn finish line in front of me! Today Read More
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Daybreak Living: New Model Home Tour

Happy Weekend!  Hopping in today to share some gorgeous model homes I recently walked through out in Daybreak.  I've worked with Daybreak before, and they really go outside the norm here in Utah when designing floor plans and communities, which I appreciate. Read More
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Tips for Chopping Down Trees (video)

I've mentioned before how many dead or overgrown trees we had at the new/old home.  We looked into how much it would cost to pay someone to take them out but quickly ruled that out.  Wow, is tree removal expensive-- especially when you have a gazillion Read More
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Home Tour: Master Bedroom (video)

We're down to the last "before" video for the new/old house (#staggreno on Instagram!).  Today I'm sharing the master bedroom and bathroom at the state it was when we took ownership of the house. This room was just bizarre on so many levels.  No Read More
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Modern Front Door Options

We're taking our home from bad, old, gross mid-century to updated, fresh, mid-century modern.  Our current front door leaves much (and by much, I mean everything) to be desired. The gated door is actually a first front door-- sort of a locked entryway Read More
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DIY Faux Relaxed Roman Shade in Client’s Home

My clients, like me, typically don't have unlimited budgets.  We try to maximize their money and achieve a high-end look without going high-end on every single purchase. When designing the Farmington Project, I knew to splurge on a few items like Read More
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Home Tour: Bedrooms (video)

We are just about wrapped up with the before tours of our new/old home.  Today I'm sharing the before of two bedrooms-- one will be Ruby's, and the other will likely be Jon's office/the guest room. The curtains and carpet in this room were particularly Read More
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Client Project Reveal: A Sophisticated Family Room Makeover

Nothing gives me more satisfaction than completely transforming a space.  Give me beige walls, furnishings opposite of my style, and I'm brimming with ideas for how to give the space new life.  Enter a recent client project: The Farmington Project. My Read More
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