Located in the up and coming Liberty Wells community, Domain's newest build "The Kelsey Project" explores the idea of creating a space that reflects the feel of loft style living within a neighborhood setting. This 1200sq ft single level home equipped with a detached two car garage is small in footage but vast in useable space. Continuing with the open floor concept, this two bed, two bath energy efficient yet affordable home is our take on simple eco living!
Centrally located in one of Salt Lakes quiet neighborhoods, the Bryan Ave project is a very private 4 Bed, 3.5 bath, 2 car garage that is neither obtrusive nor nostalgic but rather a pure reflection of modern family living. As a small family business, we at Domain strive to approach each project with intimacy and passion, as if they were each our own.
The Hampton project is located just two blocks west of one of Salt Lake's oldest and most cherished city parks. Nestled quietly in the heart of this quickly evolving Liberty community this 3 bedroom 3.5 bath home with a detached auxiliary dwelling is spacious, yet simple in design. The main floor consists of living, dinning, and kitchen areas that allow for a continuous flow of communal interaction. Serving as the homes main focal point, the kitchen is fitted with commercial grade appliances, white quartz countertops, custom cabinetry and polished concrete flooring. The Large glass windows and doors along with a fully opening skylight allows natural light to illuminate the entire space.
A large walnut staircase leads to a second level that houses the master-suite and two spacious bedrooms. The master-suite contains a shaded sundeck, an expansive double vanity with marble countertops, a walk-in shower as well as a generous amount of closet space. Our goal for this project was to create a home that truly focused on the simplistic philosophy of modernism in that "less is truly more."
661 e Third Avenue
After many years of neglect, this early 1900's traditional Avenue home was in need of much love. Completed in the Spring of 2012, this charming old home was soon transformed into a modern oasis. The open living floor plan combined with white tranquil walls, grey stained floors and a newly updated kitchen as well as master suite all aided us in properly modernizing this space without compromise to the homes integrity by celebrating the subtle charms of its past.
665 South 900 East
This modest .08 acre lot was originally purchased with the goal in mind of building a spec home that could easily accommodate a 3200 square ft residential home as well as a 550 sq ft. garage/studio. This distinctly modern 4 bedroom, 4.5 bath home truly reflects the easy flowing nature most commonly associated with modern design. The main floor consists of a expansive open living, dining and kitchen space in which a wall of sliding glass doors open out onto a large sunken patio allowing for a seamless flow of interaction between the indoors and out.
Our vision for the 948 McClelland project was to produce a unique urban home that not only captured the simple nuances associated with modern design but one that also internally reflected the beauty of the natural world surrounding it. This roaming one level, open living, residential home with a detached artist studio and two car garage was passionately realized through the use of warm materials, elevated ceilings, internal courtyards and expansive outward views.
9th and 9th
Located in the heart of one of Salt Lake's most desirable neighborhoods, this generous lot originally contained a small dilapidated structure that was removed in order to accommodate a more efficient design. This 3800sq ft home contains a roomy master bed and bath, commercial grade kitchen and large finished basement. However, it is its vast open living space equipped with an innovative system of sliding glass doors that makes this home a real treasure.
This 9th & 9th traditional bungalow sits on one of SLC's most charming streets. The exterior of this home was generally in fair condition, needing only a few upgrades such as a renovated front porch as well as a two car garage. However, it was the homes interior that needed a modern upgrade. This average size home was soon equipped with a generous master bedroom/bath, a full height basement and an updated kitchen/living area. This home now properly contributes to enhancing the beauty of this lovely little street of Yale.
Historic Liberty Park
Located in one Salt Lake's most lovable neighborhoods, this historic Liberty Park home took on an expansive renovation. A large commercial kitchen/living space along with a large master suite were added allowing for a smooth integration between its endearing heritage and the simplified design expected in today's modern abode.
Owners/ artists Andy Nasisse and Lauren Gallaspy hired us to help them transform an old detached garage into an art studio on their sugarhouse property. The studio was given a new facade and the interior was equipped with not only enough power and ventilation to accommodate the use of ceramic kilns but equipped with an efficient heating and cooling pump system.
Located on the historic Main Street of Park City, Cake Boutique is one Utah's most unique retailers. Our goal for this project was to create a retail space that was both modern in theory but that also kept inline with its historical roots. By combining barn wood with soft white walls, innovative lighting and stainless steel elements this trend-setting boutique was quickly transformed into a space worthy of its opulent merchandise.
When we first purchased this modestly sized traditional bungalow we instantly knew that the interior space would have to be renovated. As a result, the demolition of an outdated carport attached to the existing garage permitted us the ability to add a master bedroom/bathroom suite. The resulting product was a newly designed four bedroom, three bath home with an updated kitchen as well as a two car garage.
Domain owners, Dalton and Jamie Condit purchased this 400 sq ft. cabin several years ago from neighbors. The original H Frame structure was built in 1973 by Kay and Sue Valentine as a summer retreat. Since the purchase, we have strived to mindfully remodel the interior focusing on creating a light and airy space without compromise to its original vintage charm. A modern addition has since been added in order to accommodate a much needed master suite and living space.
The Sherman Project was conceived and created through innovative design and construction. As a result, this narrow 25ft wide lot was transformed into a spacious 2200 sq ft residential space. Our vision for this project was to create the feel of a quaint modern farmhouse that incorporated both clean lines and open spaces without disrupting the traditional charm of the neighborhood. In order to accomplish this a portion of the original structure was salvaged and reconfigured allowing for a full basement and a second story level. The highlights of this project included a locally crafted floating staircase as well as a modernized kitchen featuring wolf appliances and a large marble Island.
This 1930s bungalow was converted into a four bedroom, three bath, bright, spacious 2,800 square ft home. The exterior design conforms to the traditional feel of the popular Sugar House neighborhood while the interior distinctly reflects the clean lines and open living space often found in contemporary design.