Perched 8,300 feet above sea level in Utah’s Wasatch Mountain region, Montage Deer Valley recently emerged from a thorough renovation. The 16-acre resort overlooks the historic town of Park City, Utah, a silver mining town that has evolved into a ski destination.
San Francisco-based firm BraytonHughes Design Studios led the transformation of the properties 154 guestrooms and suites, which feature a color palette, textures, and furnishings that pay homage to the heritage and aesthetics of the Wasatch Mountains. Design accents include houndstooth fabric pillows, wood-framed mirrors with leather strapping and silver rivet detailing, and subtle hints of silver that nod to the area’s mining legacy. The accommodation’s design also finds inspiration in nature, with custom alabaster lamps that evoke rock formations, green sun print-inspired carpet, and hand-forged bedside lamps that resemble tree branches.
For Montage Deer Valley’s F&B spaces, locally based Denton House brought the outdoors inside at Yama Sushi, Apex, and Burgers & Bourbon.
At Yama Sushi, the interiors pull inspiration from Japan’s mountainscapes and flowing rivers. The carpet pattern, for instance, represents water and mountains, with a color palette that blends dark blues, cool whites, and grays with warm wood tones. Stone countertops feature delicate veining reminiscent of snow drifts as well.
Apex seamlessly integrates indoor and outdoor spaces, capturing the surrounding landscape with textured wallcoverings and vintage images. The color scheme blends cool blues, warm caramel leathers, and terracotta accents to create a serene atmosphere.
Meanwhile, Burgers & Bourbon exudes a casually elegant ambiance, featuring informal furniture, cozy fabrics, walnut-colored woods, vibrant accents, and whimsical wall art.