Butler's Pantry Fit for a King

This might only be a Butler’s Pantry but it demands as much attention as the actual kitchen! Complete with rich color tones and textures, open shelves, white appliances, walnut cabinets and quartzite counters, this pantry is a real stunner! And to top it all off, the chandelier really makes this pantry pop!

Built by Cameo Homes Inc. in Wolf Creek Ranch, Utah

Designed by Paula Berg Design

Cabinetry by Teerlink Cabinet

Photo by Lucy Call

Butler's Pantry
Viking Fridge
Butler's Pantry

Kitchen Details

This kitchen by Cameo Homes Inc. in  Draper, Utah comes with some great features.  The home was built by Cameo Homes Inc., Cabinetry by Chris & Dick's and Interior Design by Sita Montgomery Interiors.  Here are a few pictures... _LLC4366_WEB_WATERMARKED





Utah's Luxury Home Builders since 1976, Cameo Homes Inc.

Summit County's Luxury Residential Custom Home Builders in Utah.

A Modern Rustic Kitchen

Cameo Homes Inc. has recently built a modern rustic home in Draper, Utah and we wanted to share with you some of the pictures of the stunning kitchen in that home.  Interior Design by Sita Montgomery Interiors.   Lighting by Lighting Design Company.  Cabinetry by Chris & Dick's.  Featuring Sub-Zero & Wolf Appliances. _LLC4360_WEB_WATERMARKED










Home built by Cameo Homes Inc. in Draper, Utah.

Utah's Luxury Home Builders since 1976.

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Spectacular Kitchen

The home we built for the Park City Showcase of Homes 2015 in Utah has such a spectacular kitchen and we wanted to share that with you!  Custom cabinets by Highline Cabinets and Interior Design by MHR Design.  Here are a few photos...  

Photo Credit: Lucy Call


Custom Kitchen by Cameo Homes Inc. in Utah.


Park City Showcase of Homes 2015


Sub-Zero and Wolf Appliances


Built by Park City Luxury Home Builders, Cameo Homes Inc. in Utah.

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Photo Friday: Contemporary Craftsman Home

Our Photo Friday:  Contemporary Craftsman Home features a home we recently built in Draper, Utah.  Cameo Homes Inc. had the pleasure of working with Lisman Studio Interior Design on this project.  The home turned out amazing!  Here are some of the photos of this home:  

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Draper, Utah by Cameo Homes Inc.


Pin of the Week: 10 Color Mistakes in the Home

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Our Pin of the Week: 10 Color Mistakes comes from House Beautiful Magazine and features common mistakes people make when adding color to their homes.

1. Ceiling Paint "I never paint a ceiling dead white because all white paint has a bit of gray in it, and it takes the room down. Paint the ceiling a cream shade." –Athalie Derse

2. Matching Shades "You never want to match your walls to a color in one of your fabrics. It will be too strong. Find a grayed-out version of the color." –Sallie Giordano

3. Neutral Balance "The biggest mistake people make when they're trying to be colorful and exciting is to forget that you need to balance it with neutrals – otherwise it ends up looking like a color wheel." –Todd Klein

4. Continuity "Even when I don't use the same colors everywhere, I still like the rooms to feel connected. The bedroom should never feel like it's in a completely different house from the living room – the whole house has to make sense as one." –Mona Ross Berman

5. Contrast "One of the biggest mistakes people make with neutrals is not using enough contrast. A room of creams and beiges needs something stark and shiny white. And something black. You have to interject elements that add intense personality. Make it gutsy, or else it's boring." –Betsy Brown

6. Don't Go Overboard "When any color scheme is taken too seriously, it loses its power. You need to know when to pull back. A two-color scheme can be great, but there has to be some relief, or it comes across as too pat and makes everything seem stiff." –Tom Scheerer

7. Picture Yourself in the Space "People don't take into account how they'll look in a room when choosing a color. I just did an apartment where the woman has blue eyes with a bit of a purple tint them, so everything is lavender to purple. She simply glows." –Stan Topol

8. Let a Room Evolve "When it comes to color, I say, 'Go big or go home.' You have to trust yourself. But you don't have to commit to color all at once — you can play with it as the rooms evolve. Start with one palette and then mix things in." –Ashley Whittaker

9. Choose the Right Finish "Darker colors in general can read very flat, so use a high-luster finish. Good prep is key to any high-luster paint finish, so skim-coating the walls really helps. If the walls are well prepared, you can get a deep, rich gloss without going to the expense of lacquering." –Meg Braff

10. Depth "Deep colors contain many other hues, and you have to be just as concerned about the secondary shades that are blended in. Colors that have no depth are oddly fluorescent. They will leap out at you, rather than pull you in. It's a subtle difference, but failure to recognize it is what sometimes makes people afraid of using color." –Suzanne Kasler

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Tuesday Trend: Top Kitchen and Bath Trends for 2014

Built by Utah Home Builder, Cameo Homes Inc. Professional Remodeler Magazine has released its top Kitchen and Bathroom Trends for 2014.  Here they are:

Top 8 Kitchen Trends for 2014

1.  Open kitchen design

2.  Kitchen lighting-LED lighting

3. Mixed countertop materials and black granite

4.  Refaced kitchen cabinets

5.  Apron/farmhouse sinks

6.  Stainless steel appliances

7.  Kitchen Islands are a must

8.  Floating shelves


Home built by Cameo Homes Inc. in Utah


Top 8 Bathroom Trends for 2014

1.  The bathroom spa experience

2.  Stand-alone tubs

3.  Radiant heating

4.  Multigenerational design

5.  High-quality faucets

6.  Diverse color palates

7.  Freestanding and hovering vanitites and cabinets

8.  Natural stone and custom tile

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Photo Favorite: Kitchen

Our Photo Favorite this week comes from a custom home we recently built in Salt Lake City, Utah.  This kitchen has great natural light coming from the many windows surrounding the kitchen.  This kitchen is adjacent to the dining area and also the living room.  It is equipped with 4 Thermador ovens and a Thermador range and fridge.  There are storage spaces for small appliances and the drawers contain organizers in them.  This is a very spacious kitchen and will be great for entertaining! Kitchen by Cameo Homes Inc.

Home built by Utah Home Builder, Cameo Homes Inc., in Salt Lake City, Utah.

TUESDAY TREND: Sub-Zero & Wolf Range

Check out this dual-fuel range from Sub-Zero & Wolf in the Scottsdale Showroom!  Photography by Rick Young 2013. Check out this duel-fuel range and more at our Sub-Zero & Wolf Scottsdale Showroom!  Photography by Rick Young 2013

"Use dual convection for virtually any baking, roasting, or broiling you do. You’ll see (and taste) levels of consistency and guesswork-free precision you never knew were possible. That’s because of an innovative technology, exclusive to Wolf, that uses two fans and multiple heating elements to control heat and airflow more precisely and produce more uniform temperature without the hot and cool spots common with less sophisticated single convection systems. Bake three racks of cookies without even having to rotate the trays."  Sub-Zero & Wolf

15 Design Trends for 2013

Built by Cameo Homes Inc. Professional Remodeler Magazine has released its Top Kitchen & Bath Trends for 2013.  Here they are:

1.  Kitchens as social space, furniture-type cabinetry

2.  Cost-effective, unfitted bathrooms

3.  Transitional kitchen and bath styles

4.  Emergence of quartz countertops

5.  Color palette favors grays

6.  White cabinets and blending finishes

7.  Darker finishes, changing depths and heights

8.  Undermount sinks create extra space

9.  LED lights and reflectivity

10.  Glass, ceramic, metal backsplashes

11.  Creative use of ceramic and porcelain tiles

12.  Increase of touch-activated faucets

13.  Satin nickel, bronze, oil-rubbed finishes

14.  Larger showers, better amenities

15.  Pinterest & Houzz influence designs

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Utah Home Builder, Cameo Homes Inc.

Kitchen Design Contest Winners

Sub-Zero & Wolf Kitchen ContestWe are so excited to have won First Place in Utah for Sub-Zero & Wolf's Kitchen Design Contest.  The kitchen is located in a home where we remodeled the entire interior in Federal Heights, Salt Lake City, Utah.  Here are a few pictures of the Kitchen: Kitchen Remodel by Cameo Homes Inc.

Wolf Range

Remodeled by Cameo Homes Inc. in Utah

Federal Heights, Utah

Utah Home Builder, Cameo Homes Inc.

Mixer Cabinet

This is a great way to store your KichenAid Mixer.  The shelf raises up to counter level so you never have to move your mixer to use it.  There is also an outlet inside the cabinet to keep the mixer plugged-in. Cabinet for Mixer






















Home built by Utah Home Builder,  Cameo Homes Inc., in Holladay, Utah

Holladay Home

We recently finished this luxury, custom home in Holladay, Utah. 




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Craft Room


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Built by Utah Home Builder, Cameo Homes

Featured on

We are excited to be featured on the homepage of  If you haven't visited, you are missing out.  "Houzz is a leading destination site for home design enthusiasts-- professionals and homeowners. The Houzz site and mobile apps feature over 250,000 high quality interior and exterior photos, thousands of highly-engaging articles written by design experts, product recommendations and social tools to manage the remodeling and decorating process.

Design professionals showcase their portfolios, sharing their work with a community dedicated to home and landscape design.

Homeowners collect their favorite photos, find design professionals in their areas, upload photos of their homes and gardens, and swap tips and questions with other members."

Beautiful Kitchens built by Cameo Homes Inc.

Are you thinking of remodeling your kitchen? 

Cameo Homes Inc. has not only been building homes since 1976 but has also been remodeling homes. 

Here are a few of our favorite kitchens that we have recently built.

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6 New Design Trends

Built By Cameo Homes Inc. 

According to the Wall Street Journal, "The new American home is taking shape."

"Tough recent years are leaving their mark on home design, just as the housing-boom years sent square footage soaring and stamped a distinctive "McMansion" style on neighborhoods across the country. Big home builders, smaller architecture firms and even bathroom-fixture makers are adjusting to the shift toward more practical features and away from the aspirational.

The new styles are showing up in the relatively few new homes under construction as well as in the remodeling of older homes. More people are renovating as they stay put longer. "

The following are 6 new design trends replacing some fading features:

*Open Family Rooms replacing formal living rooms

*Elevators replacing second staircase

*'Lifestyle center' replacing the office

*Steam showers replacing soaker tubs

*Outdoor living space replacing the breakfast nook

*Drop Zone replacing the large foyer

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