UV Parade of Homes…and the winner is…

The past couple of weeks I’ve taken a break from organizing and, instead, explored nearly all 40 homes in the Utah Valley Parade of Homes. Hundreds of pictures and dozens of Instagram posts later, I have enough inspiration to keep my wheels turning until next year’s parade. There were so many great homes. If you’ve never been to a parade of homes you should check out the next one in your area. It is well worth it. This year, there was one house that stood above all the rest for me. It is so stunning that I very nearly eeked out a tear or two. Just come up with every adjective you can for something breathtakingly beautiful and maybe you’ll get close to how I felt about this house. It was an amazing blend of old and new, and made me feel like I was in a manor house somewhere in Europe. Rumor has it the cabinets alone cost $400k! So, in honor of my favorite parade home this year, this post is dedicated to all the pictures I took in this luxury 9,000+ square foot home. It was designed and constructed by Jackson and Leroy Construction and Establish Design.

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Click on the pics to check out their other amazing work! If you want to see the other great shots I took during the parade follow me on Instagram @harmonyorganized.

I’ll let the pictures do the talking here. This home is definitely in a class of its own. I’ve had a couple people tell me they didn’t LOVE it…at least not like I do. I guess we’re all entitled to our own opinions, but I may call you crazy if you’re not head over heels in love with this house too.

2 Comments on “UV Parade of Homes…and the winner is…

  1. I also thought this home was STUNNING. I almost didn’t take the time to see it because it didn’t look particularly special in the parade booklet, but it truly out-shined every other home I saw! I love how light permeated the entire home (I can’t even imagine what their window budget was!). The designers nailed the scale, symmetry, and flow of this home so that it was spacious yet felt intimate. And all the finish work, sigh…so classic, yet clean and contemporary. I’m so glad you took so many photos to jog my memory!

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