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It’s a new year and a new decade—now is the perfect moment to refresh your space. 

Here are a few looks that are gathering momentum for 2020, culled from a range of trend-setting sources, from design fairs to fashion runways and beyond. Happy (re)decorating, Park City. 

Bold, Geometric Patterns
Eye-catching geometric patterns have had a strong presence in the fashion realm, and are now making a foray into modern décor and furniture. Clean lines and bolder geometric patterns can be applied to all kinds of furniture and lighting, as well as wallpaper and accent pillows. 

Stylish Storage 
As more families and individuals work to tidy up their spaces—many thanks, Marie Kondo—sleek, stylish storage options that allow desired items to be displayed will grow in

Now is the time of year when the chilly temps and post-holiday hangovers (physical and mental)  can lead to colds, flus and fatigue. Here, we highlight tips for staying in top form—and keeping your home a healthful sanctuary—all winter long.

Stock the Kitchen with Fruits and Veggies - In the wintertime, fill your kitchen with bowls of grapefruit, kiwi, mandarins and oranges—all rich in immunity-boosting vitamin C. When making hearty soups, throw in broccoli, carrots and cauliflower, great winter vegetables with nutrients that will help fortify the body’s response to colds, flus and other environmental stressors. 

Make Space (and Time) for Tea - Black and green tea have long been touted for being filled with flavonoids—plant-based chemicals that have

After a day on the slopes or out on the snowy trails, there’s no better feeling than coming home to a cozy space. Here, we spotlight decor tips to keep your Park City home warm, welcoming and stylish all winter long. 

Update Your Bedding
Lightweight cotton and linen are perfect for summer months, but once the temps drop, make the switch to flannel or jersey—both fabrics hold in heat, ensuring a cozy sleep. For a boost of anxiety-reducing comfort, add a weighted blanket to your bedding. Their density is said to replicate the feeling of a hug and can help improve sleep and reduce stress. 

Add A Cozy Rug
Having something insulating underfoot is essential to staying warm—especially if your home has unheated wood or tile floors. The decor and design pros at Real

Leading a healthy lifestyle is a lot easier in these five homes, all of which feature elements designed to help you keep up your healthy habits all year round. 



Represented by Billy Rose and Natasha Barrett, this newly remodeled estate boasts extreme privacy and resort-style living, just moments away from the heart of Hollywood. In addition to its spacious master suite with fireplace, dual custom walk-in closets and an oversized, spa-like bathroom with steam-room and jetted tub (perfect for post-workout recovery), the lushly landscaped 25,000-square-foot plus estate boasts a championship tennis court with lights, a spacious pavilion designed as a professional outdoor gym, plus a large salt-water pool and spa. 


Whether you’re drawn to glitzy galas or prefer a more low-key, family affair, Park City has plenty of options to help you usher in the New Year in absolute style and comfort. 

New Year’s Eve at Grand Summit Resort
Grand Summit Resort, which will host a posh New Year’s Eve party complete with dinner and dancing in their epic Kokopelli Ballroom. Tickets range from $59-$129. 

Fireworks at Canyons Village
The picturesque mountain views at Canyons Village can hardly be topped—imagine taking in the scenery under the glow of an epic firework show on New Year’s Eve. Enjoy live music, entertainment, a festive spirit and the annual fireworks display—a surefire way to ring in the new decade with a (real) bang. 

New Year's Eve at The Cabin
Grab tickets to the NYE party at

Yes, you can win at gift-giving. It’s all about getting creative and staying true to the individual’s interests. Here, we spotlight five Park City-centric gift ideas that promise to be very well received, from delicious gourmet accouterments to primo grooming services and commuter-friendly scooters.  

SPLENDOR - For some truly luxurious beauty items and home goods, stop by Splendor on Park City’s Redstone Center Drive. The shelves are stocked with a range of top-tier treats perfect for coworkers, friends or the self-care enthusiast on your list—think Lalicious Sugar Scrub, silk pillowcases and fun scented candles with sassy titles. 

CAKE BOUTIQUE - The Cake boutique has been serving up carefully-curated clothing and accessories in Park City since 2008. Its


It's no wonder people are drawn to Park City. Easily the most accessible and largest ski destination in the country, Park City is just 35 minutes from Salt Lake City International Airport, which allows jet-setting residents and visitors to enjoy breakfast on the California coast and lunch amidst the peaks of Utah’s Wasatch Range. Plus, snowsport enthusiasts can enjoy Park City Mountain Resort, including Canyons Village, and Deer Valley Resort, which offer endless terrain as well as scenic trails for hiking, snow biking and snow-shoeing.

But there are important factors to bear in mind before investing in a mountain escape. 

Here, The Agency Park City agent Sean Railton—who represents local gems including 143 White Pine Canyon Road, a modern ski

With the holiday season comes many reminders to be grateful, and to give back. Here, we highlight five ways to support causes and communities in and around Park City.  

Park City Board of Realtors Annual Turkey Drive - With the perfectly poignant slogan: “Giving Hunger the Bird Since 2001,” this annual turkey drive—led in part by The Park City Board of Realtors—will take place November 21 and 22 at The Market at Park City. From 10am to 5pm, stop by to support the cause—this year, they aim to collect enough money to purchase 2,500 turkeys. Hundreds of birds will be given to the local Summit and Wasatch food pantries while others will be donated to support Wounded Warriors, WIC Families, the OtherSide Academy, the Red Barn, Utah County Veterans Association,

Our picks of places to go and things to do to make the most of your month in and around Park City.

HIT THE SLOPES HERE - Ski fanatics, mark your calendars! Deer Valley’s Opening Day is December 7. Grab your skis and head to the mountain’s world-class routes, or book a lesson and perfect your skills for the season. Remember, Deer Valley is one of just three ski-only resorts in the country so, leave the snowboards at home. 

IF YOU LOVE A LIGHT PARADE - For a truly unforgettable, beautiful wintertime spectacle, check out The Torchlight Parade at Park City Mountain Resort. To welcome Saint Nicholas into town, dozens of ski and snowboard instructors carve down the mountain with torchlights in hand, kicking off a beautiful, dynamic parade that ends in town at the

HIT THE LINKS HERE - Among Park City’s most desirable neighborhoods, Thaynes Canyon is located just minutes from downtown and less than an hour from the Salt Lake City International Airport. Many of Thaynes Canyon’s coveted homes overlook the Park City Municipal Golf Course, a breathtakingly scenic expanse of rolling greens minutes from Historic Main Street.  Make a reservation for a full round or just a quick nine holes. 

EAT HERE - Located within Hotel Park City, Bandanna's Bar and Grill’s outdoor deck overlooks a putting green (providing exceptional people-watching) and offers views of Park City Mountain Resort—come for breakfast or lunch. Founded by two Park City locals and called "Park City's Best-Kept Dining Secret" by USA Today, Silver Star Cafe is