Find Your Space | Vol. Four
MEET ADRIAN AND HIS THREE DAUGHTERS. THEY MAKE A BEAUTIFUL FAMILY, WE MAKE A BEAUTIFUL SPACE.
Our Find Your Space ad campaign has officially seen a full year. Stuck quarterly in the lovely pages of Utah Style & Design, each spread has seen different clients with one resounding message: find the space that suits your life, and you’re bound to flourish therein. Our job? Helping you buy, sell, design, or stage to do precisely that. To love where you live. We found a modern killer for David, and a mid-century stunner for Jess and Nata, and a historically-fabulous Maryland condo for Marc Anthony. This time around: Adrian and Haley.
When time came for the Chiaramontes to build their new home, they asked us to help make it beautiful, and we were thrilled to have the opportunity. It’s a modern home in Marmalade, and the buzz surrounding it is completely and absolutely justified. You’re sure to see more of the place very soon: not only is it luxe-magazine worthy, but we’ve deemed it a full-blown Place of Worship, and we’ll be hitting you up with that story and a full design feature in the coming weeks [for now, we'll focus on the ad]. We knew that Adrian and Haley’s new home–officially, their first–was coming together splendidly; with the COLLECTIVE’s Andrea Beecher on the exquisite interior design, we had a solid “in” for a preview. This space is a perpetual lesson in conscious design. From the studs up, the Chiaramonte’s new home was thought through and perfectly executed. For this family, it’s about family. A happy couple, three teenage daughters, and a sincere love for entertaining those they adore led them to some mindful planning. The delineated home has designated digs for all three interests: an upper floor for Adrian and Haley, a main level for the whole gang, and a basement with an eye toward Julie, Nichole, and Emily [the lovely daughters pictured in the ad]. This is conscious design, and this is how we should all be doing it. #godwelovethisstuff
Unfortunately, Haley couldn’t join us for the shoot, but she did what she could to dapper-up her man for the show [well done, we'd say]. From there, Adrian and his daughters just sorta started throwing uninterrupted magic at the lens. Our locale for the shoot was the dining area: replete with natural light, and curated with a gorgeous live-edge wood table and a stylized wood [yup…wood] chandelier that adds some dreamy warmth and personality to the space. The custom walnut cabinetry and stairs made for bang-up contrast, which looks divine in the final product. It’s all clean lines, and clean lines, and clean lines in here…and we were swooning. You can see for yourself below. We couldn’t go wrong, but our ad photographer, George Oakley, has us COLLECTIVELY giddy with his work…we’re damn pleased with the final ad shot. Scroll down for some behind the scenes, good-time fun–a spellbinding set of photos taken by this editor’s #1, Kerri Fukui [a.k.a. the keen eye behind loads of our COLLECTIVE stories]. The ready-for-print bill is perched prettily at the bottom…we hope you enjoy. Pick up your copy of Utah Style & Design in the next couple of weeks to see the real deal.