• We are pleased to share that Qualified Remodeler, a leading publication serving remodelers and home improvement companies in the U.S., has ranked Living Home Construction & Design on its 43rd annual TOP 500 remodelers of 2021.

  • Continuing our ongoing series to show you the faces behind Living Home Construction and Design.

  • We’re starting an ongoing series to show you the faces behind Living Home Construction and Design.

  • We’ve decided to create an ongoing series where our collaborators and partners share in their own words what it’s like to work with Living Home. We often talk about what we value and what we do, but we felt it would be interesting to share a different perspective on our work. For our first installment, longtime collaborator and friend Ryan Lewis from Meta Designs shares his thoughts on our continuing partnership.

  • Everyone has their own unique style and taste — whether it’s modern, traditional, or something in between — with that in mind, we believe every house should feel like a home.

  • Designed by AMD Architecture, this mid-century gem in the Avenues experienced a transformation from the inside out. It was important to maintain and accentuate the original mid-century style, while adding complementing modern elements like the natural wood siding and fencing, along with the contemporary railing and attractive landscaping.

  • A thoughtful renovation can take a client’s home and turn it into their dream home. This collaboration with Lisman Studio and Renovation Design Group updated elements in this South Jordan home with a melding of traditional and modern styles.

  • A local company with a global reach — Big Cartel offers a platform for artists and makers to sell their wares online. They came to us seeking an office renovation for their headquarters, nestled right in the heart of downtown Salt Lake in a historical building on Pierpont Avenue.

  • From an early age, I loved building things. Even Living Home’s original logo was our take on the project every kid tries to tackle, a treehouse.

    When the idea of rebranding Living Home came up, I wasn’t ready — too much history and too many memories tied to the original. It morphed and shifted over the years, but only slightly. We knew it was probably time for a change, but our hearts weren't ready. 

  • We recently wrapped up an elegant remodel in Federal Heights. You can see the before and after pictures from Scott Zimmerman in our portfolio.

  • Size, as the upper echelon of the architecture and design community will attest, does not dictate everything. Sometimes modest spaces present the most innovative opportunities — whether it’s a new, sustainably-designed structure or a creative remodeling project.

  • Living Home Construction & Design was featured in Utah Style & Design recently for its role in the Wilmington Gardens Town Home project with Cody Beal of Dunker|Beal Interior Design.