One of our customers was so nice to send us a copy of an article from an old issue of Traditional Home - an article on Jan Barboglio! Here are the photos!
Yes it's that time of the year again, and we'd love to be your favorite gift shop this season! We have so many GREAT gifts. Here are just a few ideas! Come by for a visit to see all our new holiday items.
Acorn and pine scent three-wick Candles by Michael Aram, $60 each.
Hand-Cast Pewter Pinecones by Table Art, $40-$72 plus take an extra 25% off while they last!
Soft and cozy throw blankets, $138 - $250
Palomino hair-on-hide throw pillow, $250 each or $495 per pair
Steer Brindle hair-on-hide pillows, $495 per pair
"Window Shopping" oil painting by Jan Perkins, $850
Handmade botanical, $585
Ceramic dishes handmade in Portugal, $18-20
Mouth-blown Polish glass Wine goblet by Jan Barboglio, $110
Wow, it's hard to believe it's almost the end of October! Pretty soon we'll be entering a new season, and I am personally very excited to spend my first winter here in Park City! Although we're in the shoulder season and haven't seen a lot of customers in the store this month, we stayed busy here redesigning the showroom and taking pictures of this GORGEOUS mountain ski home in Empire Pass! The interior design is by Brynna Matzelle, a super-talented designer who left us in August to have a baby, and whose Chicago wit we all miss greatly here at Robert Kelly!
Sundance is a film festival, a catalog, a ski resort, and also a place. These photos are from my recent visit to Sundance, nestled at the base of the beautiful Mt. Timpanogos. Such a great example of a rustic style done well!
The Foundry Grill at Sundance - a great place for Sunday brunch.
Inside the Sundance General Store
I highly recommend the smoothies!
Outside the shop.
This place in the mountains, and nature's casualness toward death and birth, is the perfect host for the inspiration of ideas: harsh at times, life-threatening in its winters of destruction, but tender in attention to the details of every petal of every wildflower resurrected in the spring. Nature and creativity obey the same laws, to the same end: life. - Robert Redford
We all love these bling-ed out skulls by a new local artist we found. They go for just $700 each or $1,800 for the set of three. They're the real thing - Bison bone.
They look super dramatic when stacked vertically, or you could do a horizontal row over a sofa.
Larry brought us this gorgeous Eucalyptus arrangement that smells wonderful because the botanicals are real.
Another very green arrangement by Larry.
Ruth has been painting these beautiful little landscapes for us that look great on table easels or in an intimate wall space.
These Poet chairs by Hancock and Moore are soooo comfy!
It's a hot and hazy night on this annual Savor the Summit night, after the forest fires yesterday! But the smell of smoke is gone and replaced with the smell of delicious cooking food! Up and down the street, the area restaurants have set their tables. We picked our favorites to share. The first one here is by Talisker on Main.
Tropical inspired at Wahso
High West Distillery
The main stage at the intersection of Main St and Heber Ave.
Country, rock, or reggae, Main St had it all!
One more reason to love Park City!
It was a perfect sunny day for this annual home tour. Here's all our best shots from the interiors, starting with the High West Distillery. Enjoy!!!
The "Livery", above and below, was where they put horseshoes on the horses that went into the mines.
An immigrant miner's home in the mid 1890's.
This miner's home was recently remodeled in a "mountain modern" style.
This custom mantel was built by a local artisan whose furniture we sell in our store.
In these cozy miner's homes, built-ins provide much needed storage.
A fence made of old skis!
A man selling "snake oil". (Salt Lake City is notoriously known for multi-level marketing and pyramid schemes!)
A bright and airy interior. Amazing what renovations can do!
Those green built-ins glowed! The funny blue booties this woman wears are to protect the homeowner's floors from the day's foot traffic.
The following home of designer John Plunkett was my personal favorite!
It is so bright and airy, more like a California beach cottage than an old mountain miner's cottage!
Thank you to the volunteers who were so knowledgeable and pointed out all the special features of these amazing homes. In this upstairs hallway, a skylight and clerestory windows bring light into the cozy space.
Mirrors and clear story windows made even this basement guest room light and bright!
This old school house has been transformed into a stunning boutique hotel called Washington School House Hotel. Rumor is, the school's former principal haunts the halls, making her presence known. She didn't like children. If you smell chalk, it means she's entered the room! Spooky!
Once left abandoned, the interior has been completely gutted and remodeled.
The first floor lounge is filled with Gustavian antiques. Love the antler chandelier that has been painted white and decorated with crystals!
This stately guest suite spans two levels.
Marble is always appropriate (and timeless!)
I love how this large mirror reflects light into this basement room.
The apres-ski lounge.
Thank you miners for pioneering this beautiful city!
Tickets are $15 and can be purchased online or the day of in front of the High West Distillery, where you pick up your map for the self-guided tour. We're so excited to see the homes! We'll post pictures after. :)
Come pick up one of our new booklets featuring interior design by our in-house designer Brynna!
New lamps by Arteriors!
New metal barrel side tables!
Metallic dinnerware is so chic!
A new botanical by local artist.
Original paintings by a local artist.
A floor standing driftwood candelabra...so romantic!
A new room setting by Brynna.