Someday the Carlsons plan to install an amazing tile back splash, but until then, they will be creative and decorate behind the stove with a beautiful fabric stretched over canvas. (Remember: the Kirklands did something similar behind their stove). This is an easy and affordable DIY project for any room in your home!
To get this modern, clean, yet colorful look, the Carlsons add color and interest with well-placed accessories.
Just a few high-impact pieces make a huge difference. Take this print for example. It was an investment for the Carlson’s, but it really defines the space. When decorating, if you can start with a “defining piece” you will have an easier time pulling your space together.
Speaking of high-impact pieces, this gorgeous couch is a family heirloom (it is now anyway). They took their Grandfather’s old couch and had it reupholstered and now it is an incredible statement piece!
Amazing windows let in lots of light and add to the airy feeling of the home.
One of the keys to a modern look is simplicity. The Carlsons feel like less is more. Clean lines, open space and simple structures make this home feel clean and bright.
Believe it or not, the Carlson’s basement is just as fabulous as the main level. The great thing about building your own home, is that you can finish the basement yourself.
Speaking of awesome DIY projects, this piano used to be an old, brown, broken-down, obviously second-hand piano. But that was before they did some repairs and coated it with this lovely high-gloss chartreuse paint. Now it’s a masterpiece. Not to mention a conversation-starter.
The Carlson’s opted for a stained concrete floor when finishing their basement. It has a lovely glossy minimalist feel that works perfectly with their modern decor.
Keeping a simple color palette with fun pops of color really adds to the modern feel. It’s sophisticated and family-friendly.
We love this creative way to organize remote controls. Fill a shallow glass dish with white beans and you have a lovely place for your remotes, and a fragrant candle.
The Carlsons chose furniture with simple lines and sleek design for this space. Then they accessorized the space with some cozy, colorful pillows and a patterned throw.
This simple stainless-steel topped table is the perfect place for the kids to play a board game.
The Carlsons splurged on this incredible gas fireplace with glass stones on the bottom. It’s just the thing to cozy up the room while keeping with the minimalist design.
This modern tile wall treatment is the perfect surround for the perfect fireplace.
This rug is one of the Carlson’s favorite things. If you look closely, you can see that is says, “family.”
6172 W. Lake Avenue South Jordan, UT 84009 801.446.9022
Enjoy a croissant and a cup of chai in our combo information center-café. Then learn all about the Upper Villages and our newest thinking as you prepare to tour 14 model homes in Highland Park and six models in our newest 55+ village, Springhouse.
Take Bangerter Hwy. to South Jordan Pkwy (10400 S.). At the roundabout continue towards Lake Avenue. Follow Lake Avenue, look for signs to The Hub and Model Homes.
10491 S. Lake Avenue South Jordan, UT 84009 385.529.4741
Situated on the shores of Oquirrh Lake, this is where you explore the opportunity to own a new home in Daybreak’s beautifully maturing Lower Villages, including our emerging Downtown districts and our one-of-a-kind Lake Village and The Island.
From I-15 or Bangerter Hwy. go west on South Jordan Parkway (10400 S). From there follow the signs to the Lake Cottage Information Center.