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Full-Service Utah Interior Design

Interior Design Firm Serving Salt Lake City & Park City, Utah

Here at San Francisco Design, we have some of the finest interior designers and decorators Utah has to offer. We specialize in contemporary and modern interior design for homes of any size, large or small. Based in Salt Lake City and Park City, our Utah interior designers can take on any project, from a contemporary living room renovation to a whole-home modern makeover.

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We have a full-service modern interior design team that will work alongside architects and contractors to bring your dream into reality.

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Our Interior Design Process

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Our Utah interior designers will meet in your home or one of our furniture stores to review architectural drawings and plans. We will then meet you at your building site. Expect a supportive team that has mastered the balance between fashion and function. Whether this is your first project with an interior design team or your hundredth, you can rely on our experts to answer any questions with full transparency so we can design the interior of your dreams.

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Our Utah interior designers will assist with selecting tile, paint, wood floors, carpets, window coverings, kitchen appliances and fixtures, bathrooms, and all interior furniture and accessories. Get expert advice on every piece’s usability, durability, and style. Feel confident knowing that an interior design team who has worked on countless home projects is there to guide you through every decision.

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Our Utah interior designers will provide a design board, a color rendering of your home, and an itemized quote for everything involved in our design services. We offer complete transparency every step of the way, so you know exactly what to expect from our interior design Utah team. Fall in love with every element of your home, knowing that every piece was expertly selected to match your vision.

Award-Winning Interior Designers in Salt Lake City & Park City

We love making house calls! Let our interior designers help you avoid making costly decorating mistakes and help inspire your dream room. We will draw out your room and plan a beautiful interior, whatever your budget, whether a bungalow or a mountain chalet. Starting from scratch? Our designers will work alongside you and your architect. We can provide tile, carpet, paint, wood floors and window treatments, as well as beautiful furniture to complete your dream.

Camille Van Aarle

SLC Interior Designer

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Camille Van Aarle is a Weber State graduate with a Bachelor’s degree in Interior Design and Sales. With her experience and skills in AutoCAD, Revit, and Floorplanner, she will bring your vision to life in 2D and 3D, as well as offer excellent design advice. She holds a loving adoration for classic furniture and architecture, which has resulted in her flourishing as an insightful and passionate interior designer. Her experiences studying abroad in Europe aided her ability to merge design styles seamlessly after being inspired by European techniques and trends. Camille is always willing to go above and beyond to make sure every client is happy and taken care of. We love having Camille’s infectious personality around and her clients love her, too.

Jane Memmott

SLC Interior Designer

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Jane Memmott has been in the Interior Design industry for several years working in Mexico and Canada, as well as having projects in Hawaii, Arizona, and Las Vegas. She has been with us for about 6 years and we have loved her spunky personality and great sense of humor. With her amazing ability to connect with everyone and make clients feel like family, Jane will design a space for you that you will be more than happy with. She loves to create beautiful surroundings and believes that everyone should wake up in a space they love. She believes that designing outside of the United States broadened her design abilities and allowed her to learn and love many aspects of design. Jane’s favorite project was a Tuscany development in Las Vegas. Many clients can testify that working with Jane is like working with a great friend that you can trust and count on.

Jenessa Egan

SLC Interior Designer

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Jenessa Egan is a Utah native from our very own Salt Lake City Avenues. Growing up watching her Father build a stunning Victorian house, her interest in the small details of design and her passion blossomed. Jen studied at Utah State University and Ensign College in Interior Design and has an expansive knowledge of the furniture and home décor industry. With her excellent people skills and talent for “Zhuzhing” up a space, you will love what Jen can design for you. Jen says that she loves to, “Conceptualize floorplans to be both functional and beautiful and listen to what the client wants and needs.” She is our Floorplanner master and can craft an accurate floorplan of your space. We adore her ability to think outside of the box and is amazing at using existing pieces that a client already has and incorporating them into a new design. In her free time, Jen loves to hike with her dogs, have dinner with friends, and travel to rural parts of Mexico.

Brenda Valdez

SLC Interior Designer

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Brenda Valdez has lived in Salt Lake City for 16 years but is a Southern California native. She started as a San Francisco Design intern before officially joining our team in 2021. She is now working as an Assistant Manager at our Salt Lake City location. With an AAS in Interior Design from SLCC and experience with AutoCAD, Revit, and Floorplanner, Brenda is ready to help you design the home of your dreams. She likes to make sure that clients have their experience at San Francisco Design as stress-free as possible. Her personal style is Modern Victorian but loves to take on a variety of projects and getting to know everyone’s personal tastes. Brenda is also our Social Media Coordinator; when she is not designing, you will see her taking photographs and videos around the showroom.

Susan Minard

Park City Interior Designer

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Susan has been with San Francisco Design since 1984. She began her design career with a BS in Interior Design from the University of Wisconsin. Susan has worked in design in the greater Chicago area as well as Salt Lake City before making her way to beautiful Park City. Susan likes to mix styles; contemporary, rustic, traditional, and transitional to reflect the client’s own personal style. She loves to help clients create a comfortable and inviting home for the way they live.

Tamar Conville

Park City Interior Designer

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Tamar Conville has been renovating and outfitting properties with custom furniture, art and decor for 29 years in Park City and its surrounding areas. She believes that all clients deserve a custom quality design fit to meet their budgets, design aesthetics, and personal interests. Learning her client’s interests and way of living and incorporating that into the design of their home is a process that Tamar finds to be rewarding and fun! Developing lasting relationships through Interior Design has always been important and she continues to work for clients that were part of her initial start in the area.

Angela Marchetti

Park City Interior Designer

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Angela has worked in the interior design field for 20 years. She graduated from LSU with a journalism degree in 1997. After five years as a digital editor at Yahoo!, she decided to pursue interior design at UCLA. She did mentorships with Peter Dunham in Los Angeles and Carolina Irving in New York City, focusing on residential design and textiles development. Angela is versed in CAD drawing and is an Allied ASID Member. While raising her three children, she volunteered in their schools while running her own part-time design firm. Angela moved to Park City in 2018 and is excited to work at San Francisco Design to create beautiful, warm spaces for her clients in our gorgeous mountain community. Angela enjoys antiquing, embroidery, painting, traveling, watching her kids’ sports, sailing on Lake George with her husband, and loving her two dogs.

Beth Burnette

Park City Interior Designer

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Beth received her BA in Art and English from Lafayette College in Pennsylvania. After a successful career in advertising and marketing, Beth’s interest in interior design sparked when she remodeled her Park City ranch property in 2017. Beth loves meeting new people and working with different design styles. She joined San Francisco Design to help clients achieve their unique vision and bring joy into their homes with the right furnishings, art, and accessories. Beth has lived in Park City for over 25 years and enjoys skiing and hiking with her husband and 2 sons. She loves Broadway theatre and travels whenever possible for culinary and design inspiration.

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Interior Design FAQs

How much does hiring an interior designer cost?

On average, interior designers charge between $100 to $300 per hour for their services, not including the price of furniture. Prices vary based on the design space size and the amount of service you are looking for. Our talented, experienced interior design team provides in-person design and e-design for customers who prefer online services or live outside of Utah. Our designers often communicate transparently with you throughout the project. Our initial interior design consultations are free with the purchase of one of our stunning furniture pieces.

How long does the remodeling design process take?

The remodeling design process takes anywhere from six weeks to four months. Typically, larger or more complicated projects take more time. Designers want to be thorough and precise and spend time with you, understanding your vision and scope of the project, gathering measurements, and creating a design board and color rendering of your home.

What is the difference between an Interior Designer and an Architect?

An architect designs, plans, and oversees building interiors and spaces. Architects are primarily responsible for the bones of a building or the overall look and construction. On the other hand, an interior designer focuses on the actual furnishing and decoration of an interior, such as wall colors, flooring, light fixtures, appliances, window coverings, accessories, and more.

What interior design tricks make a small space feel bigger?

If you want to make a small space feel bigger, cut the clutter and instead go for organized items out of sight. Use soft, light hues and whites, which make a room feel more open and airy. Use a lot of natural light, add ambient lighting, and avoid drapes or window coverings when possible. As for furniture, use fewer pieces and arrange them so they are out of the way of walkways. Use low-profile furniture in the room and taller pieces up against the walls. Keep upholstery neutral and straightforward, and use clear, glass, or reflective materials for tables and wall hangings.

What are the most common interior styles?

Today’s most common and most popular interior design styles include modern, mid-century modern, minimalist, traditional, contemporary, industrial, and Scandinavian. At San Francisco Design, we choose the latest and most popular modern, mid-century modern, minimalist, and contemporary styles and create furniture that is unique, stylish, and made for you.

Can I use an interior designer for just one room?

Yes! We can provide services for any of your interior design needs, whether it is one room, multiple rooms, or a whole house remodel.

How many colors should be in a room when decorating?

Though some people choose to decorate with only one or two colors, and others choose more, three colors are a good number to use when decorating a room. One of the most popular and straightforward color rules in interior design is the 60-30-10 rule; the dominant color is 60% of the room, the secondary and complementary color makes up 30% of the room, and the third tone is used in 10% of the room. There can be various hues or shades of each color, but a good design rule is to use three main colors.

What are the easy and cost effective interior decoration ideas?

The easiest and most cost-effective interior design ideas are decluttering your space and organizing storage out of sight. You can likewise change the look of a room by reorganizing furniture, donating or selling a piece or more that no longer fits your needs or style, and replacing one or two pieces for a whole new look. Changing throw pillows or adding a fresh coat of paint are also easy and cost-effective ways to redecorate a space.

What are the home decor mistakes people usually make?

People’s mistakes are varied, but many stem from a lack of planning and intention. For example, choosing the wrong lighting, selecting the paint color before fabrics and textiles, not measuring for furniture, and choosing the wrong size area rug or furniture pieces are all mistakes you can avoid with better planning. Other errors include hanging art too high, adding too many things in a space, not choosing a focal point, avoiding color, and having too coordinated and matching items. Remember to add your personality to decorating, and don’t be afraid to seek a second professional opinion.

How do I find my own personal interior design style?

Discovering your individual interior design style can take time. Start by analyzing what you already have and love. What pieces do you have in your home that you want to incorporate into your new space? What colors are you drawn to? What patterns and styles? You can also take color, print, and design cues from your closet. Finally, you can start curating pictures of rooms you like on Pinterest, Instagram, or magazines (online and in print). Our professional interior design staff can help you discover your style through a short consultation.

How do you make a dark room seem brighter?

First, focus on lighting. Increase your natural light by cleaning windows, removing window covers, and adding a door with windows if possible. Install additional lighting in your room. Ideally, you want to have at least three light sources in addition to the natural light in your room. Second, add mirrors. Third, make sure your room’s color palette is made up of light hues, such as white, beige, or light blue.

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San Francisco Design offers the leading selection of modern furniture and contemporary home furnishings in Utah. Contact us today to learn more about custom furniture pieces or our interior design services.

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