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White + Gold Design

We were recently introduced to Marianne Brown of  White + Gold Design through a feature on 6th Street Design School in which she shared a tour of her beautiful Salt Lake City, Utah home. If you think it looks fabulous now, you should take a look at what it looked like when she purchased the home. The transformation is extraordinary. The thoughtfully transformed home is filled with classic details like beautiful mouldings, carrara marble, lovely lighting, and traditional furniture in a timeless color palette.

If you look at the reflection in the first image in this post, you’ll notice that a pair of these Medium Chelsea Reflection Sconces flanks the television on the wall opposite the sofa. The Old White finish is perfect in this space!

This charming window seat is opposite the living room and kitchen.

The kitchen in this house is just stunning! You have all of the classic elements– white, flat panel cabinetry, brass hardware, stainless steel appliances, and loads of carrera marble. The island adds functionality and beauty to the space.

The dining room is washed in light like the rest of this home. I just love the paneling on the walls as well as the front door.

In the dining room, Marianne opted for a pair of Small Sussex Sconces in Sheffield Nickel.

Isn’t the master bath gorgeous?

Also in the master bath, Marianne selected classic washstand sinks, yards and yard of more beautiful marble, warm wood floors, and  our Empire Single Long Sconces.

The warmth of the Calcutta Gold tile really comes through in this image.

This pretty cabinet provides ample storage space in the master bath.

This guest bathroom also gets the “marble treatment”. For the lighting, Marianne turned to perennial Visual Comfort & Co. favorite, the Bryant Sconce designed by Thomas O’Brien.

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