Living Home, 12 Years and Counting...

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.

The same can be said of Living Home. We might not be a large operation, but we think big and we’ve made a significant mark across northern Utah with our work. We pride ourselves on craftsmanship and our building quality on every project. We're also dedicated to the idea that great project management leads to even greater results.

Over the course of the last 12 years, Living Home Construction & Design has witnessed breakneck change across the Wasatch Front and Wasatch Back. Yet all the while, we’ve worked hard to develop relationships with contractors, subcontractors, architects, and designers, which sets us apart from other builders.

Well into our second decade of quality home construction, we’ve embedded our interests in the local community — deliberately using locally-sourced materials, labor, and partnerships. We’ve proudly tackled everything from Habitat to Humanity projects to The McGillis School’s Base Camp project to environmentally conscious home designs in Emigration Canyon. Living Home also works closely with Preservation Utah and maintains keen interest in redevelopment projects, infill, and green-building techniques from the Salt Lake benches to Snyderville Basin.

If you haven’t yet, roam around our revamped website where you can view our project portfolio that encompasses modern, mountain, contemporary, traditional, and even commercial designs. You’ll also learn a bit more about our background, proud partnerships, and process from consultation to completion.

As always, we’re thrilled to connect with the design and architect community through our profile on Houzz. Besides showcasing the broad range of our work, Houzz also is our home base for a robust blend of reviews. We’ve always been committed to craftsmanship, collaboration, and quality design. Moving forward, none of that will change, but we are aiming to showcase our work — and the work of our partners — more often and in more ways. We hope you’ll continue to connect with us in person, but also through monthly blog posts, a new enewsletter, and curated Instagram posts.