Home Design Trends from the 2024 St. George Parade of Homes

Every year, the St. George Area Parade of Homes presents a spectacular show, where talented builders, designers and architects present dozens of must-see homes loaded with design inspiration and ideas. If you’re pondering your next decorating move, take your lead from these pros. Here are four trends we spotted and savored during the 2024 event.

Home Design Trends

Fabulous Fluting

Fluted and ribbed elements continue to make waves in the design world. Designer Becki Owens and Split Rock Custom Homes created a full-scale wall treatment to deliver a rhythmic and sculptural element to a Desert Color Resort home.

Curves & Swerves

Curved lines and rounded forms continue to thrive. In a home created by Adams & Company Construction and CopperHaus Design, a remarkably curved glass wall encloses a hallway, fostering fluidity and a sense of wonder, indoors and out.  

Home Design Trends

Book Smarts

Curated books were frequently displayed in inventive and plentiful ways. In Hurricane, House West Design cleverly displayed open books and stacked volumes like intellectual sculptures in a residence built by American Heritage Homes.   

Home Design Trends

Plaster Finishes

Decorative plaster is back! Juniper Design Collective used Venetian plaster to accentuate the soaring range hood in a custom home built by Jensen + Sons Construction to deliver warmth
and interest to this kitchen.  


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Brad Mee
Brad Meehttp://utahstyleanddesign.com
Brad Mee is the Executive Editor of Utah Style & Design magazine and a contributor to Salt Lake magazine.

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