From classic renovations to multi-million dollar projects, Simons Design Studio has the skill and experience to tackle projects of any scope or budget.
Nestled amongst the sage and oak of Salt Lake City’s canyons, the Oakside is a bold take on mountain-modern design. Our clients are active, artistic nature-lovers and wanted a home to match.
With its pickleball court, custom local artwork, and jaw-dropping views everywhere you look, our goal with the Oakside Modern was to do the mountains justice.
Main Street Retreat
After 30 years of hard work, this couple wanted to build a custom sanctuary to host their growing brood of beloved children and grandchildren.
Right down to the bath towels, this home is entirely custom and designed to last. We left no stone unturned as we worked to create resort-like accomodations with a welcoming family feel.
The French Modern project combined elements of our world-traveling client’s favorite place with the clean, bright lines of modern design.
With our grandest kitchen to-date and a stunning rear exterior, this project has quickly become a favorite.
The Modern Farmhouse is an effort to create the homiest and most functional space possible. This home boasts bold wall-coverings, cozy furniture and practical space – all tied together by a bright, welcoming palette.
An exercise in modern warmth, this home features a custom barrel ceiling that has become its signature. Wide-open and cloistered spaces combine to make this home the perfect place to relax, recharge, entertain and raise a family.
With a stunningly dark exterior and warm, welcoming accents, The Willow is designed to invite you in. Rear windows frame a jaw-dropping view of the Wasatch Mountains, and the home features just enough space for work, play, solitude, and hosting as many loved ones as you can feed.
Historic Sugar House Renovation
Built in 1919, this home is an SLC original nestled perfectly within the Sugar House neighborhood. We gave it a small facelift – while also preserving its charm and historic eccentricities – and ended up with a final product that’s as quirky as it is contemporary.
We updated this early-2000s Draper home by knocking down some walls, turning a piano room into a dream closet, and creating a brand new master bedroom to match. We didn’t forget the kitchen and living room – they got touchups of their own!
This home has one of the most stunning views we’ve ever designed around, and takes the mountain modern style back to its clean, natural roots.