Utah Home Builders

Polished Wet Bar

Cameo Homes Inc. has just completed this luxurious home located in Tuhaye, Utah. Take a look at the polished Wet Bar in the basement of this home! We hope you’ll head out and visit Cameo Homes Inc. at the Park City Showcase of Homes starting this Friday, August 23rd, at Home #10.

Wet Bar by Cameo Homes Inc.
Wet Bar by Cameo Homes Inc.
Wet Bar by Cameo Homes Inc.

Cabinetry by Teerlink Cabinets

Lighting by Lighting Design Group

Home built by Cameo Homes Inc.

Spectacular Lighting

This estate we built in Wolf Creek Ranch, Utah features breathtaking views, lots of natural light, open floor plans and gorgeous light fixtures. Today, more homeowners are selecting a combination of glass lighting with a blend of rustic and modern styles in their light fixtures and allowing more natural light in their homes.

Here are some photos of mountain modern light fixtures in this stunning mountain home.

Lighting in Wolf Creek Ranch, Utah
Lighting Fixtures
Lighting in Master Suite
Master Bathroom
Dinind Room Lighting
Hearth Room
Hallway Lighting
Front Home Entrance

Built by Utah’s Custom Home Builders, Cameo Homes Inc. Design by Paula Berg Design. Photographed by Lucy Call.

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

2015 Park City Area Showcase of Homes

Come and join us TODAY at the Park City Area Showcase of Homes 2015 and tour our 11,000+ square foot, luxury home located in Tuhaye, Utah.  Tickets are not available at the homes so visit our website to purchase advanced tickets http://cameohomesinc.com/showcase.  We look forward to seeing you there! 11139003_10153147964791293_8018024787905334904_n

Utah Luxury Home Builder since 1976, Cameo Homes Inc.


Park City Showcase of Homes 2014


Park City Showcase of Homes 2014

Cameo Homes Inc. is pleased to once again participate in the Park City Showcase of Homes for 2014. Our entry is home #9 and is located at 7641 Outpost Way, (Promontory) Park City, Utah.

Nineteen homes will be on display in the Park City area including: The Colony, The Woods at Parleys, Park Meadows, Promontory, Red Ledges, Heber City and Midway all within or in sight of the scenic mountain ranges that offer world-class skiing, hiking, biking, dining and golf.

To read more visit: http://www.pcshowcaseofhomes.com/

Utah Luxury Home Builder, Cameo Homes Inc., in Utah www.cameohomesinc.com

Park City Showcase of Homes 2013

We are excited to be a part of the Park City Showcase of Homes 2013!  The Park City Showcase will be held on August 17-18, 24-25 and August 31-Septmeber 2.  Here is a preview of the home we built in Tuhaye, Heber City, Utah.  We hope to see you there!

Park City Showcase of Homes 2013, Home #13


2670 E. Ridgeway Drive (Tuhaye), Heber City

Home Designer- Empirical Designs/Cameo Homes

Interior Designer- Natural Instincts

Total Sq. Ft.- 4400

Bedrooms- 4

Bathrooms- 4

Garage Bays- 3

Cameo Homes is proud to present “Point of View”, a traditional gem that showcases the best in mountain architecture and craftsmanship. Nestled in the heart of the Tuhaye golf community this residence boasts incredible views of the Tuhaye Golf Course, Deer Valley Ski Resort and Mount Timpanogos. The home features spacious decks and patios that capture breathtaking views.

The exterior is warm and inviting using a subtle combination of stone and wood. The interior lines of sight pull the outdoors in from every viewpoint with walls obscured by expansive glass sections. A feeling of spaciousness and openness dominates throughout the home. Unsurpassed woodwork, impressive stone fireplaces, rich walnut wood flooring, exposed timber trusses and beams, hand scraped wood work create an exceptional inviting ambiance.

The custom wood staircase leading to the lower level brings one to another great room, wet bar and gaming area. From this area one can enjoy a movie or sporting event. The entire home is filled with the latest Control4 technology wiring, security monitoring, lighting control and home automation.

The kitchen is truly a gourmet chef’s delight featuring an expansive layout with all of the latest in SubZero and Wolf appliances.

Cameo Homes is known for exceptional architecture and interior design. Detailed state of the art homes and value driven practices have made Cameo Homes a leader with a proven track record in fine home building and remodeling since 1976.


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Lovely Laundry

Laundry rooms are all about work, so it's essential that your laundry room layout optimizes the space to help you be efficient on laundry day.  The size of your laundry room isn't as important as the way you arrange the  appliances and accessories.  Check out these lovely laundry rooms built by Cameo Homes Inc.

The first and most important principle of laundry room design is ease of access.  Not only should it be easy for you to load and unload clothes from your washing machine and dryer,  you should also be able to perform these tasks without bumping into things.  

Once you've created a well-lit layout that gives you  easy access to your appliances, the next step is to add helpful accessories that will make laundry day easier.  Keep a wastebasket near the dryer so you don't have to walk anywhere to empty the lint trap.  If you want a  table for folding clothes, opt for a hanging table that you can lower when  needed and raise so its out of the way when it's not in use.

Finally, don't underestimate the power of a little decor.   Some pleasant accents, like flowers or pictures, will help laundry day be  a little more pleasant.  Also, since you'll probably be working in the laundry  room for extended periods on a regular basis,  it's good to invest a few dollars  in an inexpensive radio or CD player so you can listen to music while you sort,  fold, wash and dry laundry.

To help you accomplish these goals, take  careful measurements of the room you plan to use for laundry before you go  shopping for appliances.  This will help you select models that can fit  comfortably into the assigned space while leaving room left over for accessories  and laundry aids.

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Snack Happy

School has started and boy, are these kids hungry when they arrive home.  So what snacks do you feed

them?  Here are 10 great tips for keeping your kids snacking healthy.   Our friend Christie Jensen shared

this great article with us, thanks Christie!

   No. 1: Keep junk food out of the house

Keep the sweets out of the house, then you won’t be tempted.  This would be helpful for myself.  Parents need to set good examples by choosing healthy snacks for yourself.

   No. 2: Go for the grain

Snack time is a great time to get your whole grains in.  These can be in whole grain pretzels, tortillas or whole grain cereals.

   No. 3: Mix and match

Dip baby carrots in fat free ranch or hummus.  Dip fresh fruit in fat free yogurt.  Spread the peanut butter on veggies and fruit.  I know my kids love to dip stuff, so why not make it healthy.

   No. 4: Broaden the menu

Try pineapple, cranberries, tangelos or roasted soy nuts.

   No. 5: Revisit breakfast

Serve breakfast foods — such as scrambled eggs and whole-grain toast — as healthy snacks for kids in the afternoon.

   No. 6: Sweeten it up

Just because it is healthy doesn’t mean it has to taste bland.  Give a little sweet stuff, fat-free pudding, frozen yogurt of fruit bars.  One of our favorites is a fresh fruit smoothie with skim milk and fat-free yogurt.

   No. 7: Have fun

Make fruit kabobs (recipe is on an earlier post).  Make towers out of graham crackers, make funny faces out of your fruit.  Use cookie cutters with your whole grain breads or cheese.

   No. 8: Promote independence

Keep a selection of ready-to-eat veggies in the refrigerator. Leave fresh fruit in a bowl on the counter. Store low-sugar, whole-grain cereal and fruit canned or packaged in its own juice in an easily accessible cabinet.

   No. 9: Don’t be fooled by labeling gimmicks

Foods marketed as low-fat or fat-free can still be high in calories and sodium. Likewise, foods touted as cholesterol-free can still be high in fat, saturated fat and sugar. Check nutrition labels to find out the whole story.

   No. 10: Designate a snacking zone

Restrict snacking to certain areas, such as the kitchen. You’ll save your child countless calories from mindless munching in front of the TV. If your child needs to snack on the go, offer string cheese, yogurt sticks, cereal bars, a banana or other drip-free items.

I hope this list is helpful to you.  It is great to be reminded to have healthy snacks.  There is so much processed unhealthy foods that are easy to buy.  It does take more effort and planning to have healthy snacks around, but what a great way to get more fruits, veggies and whole grains into your child’s diet (and yours!).

For more information or to visit Christie's blog go to http://raisinghealthykids.wordpress.com/

Where is Tuhaye?

Park City Resort Builders, a Division of Cameo Homes Inc.,  has been building Luxury Homes in Tuhaye,

Utah for the past 6 years.  Many people are familiar with the Tuhaye community and yet others have

never heard of it.  So where exactly is Tuhaye?



Tuhaye is located in Kamas, Utah along the eastern slopes of the Jordanelle Reservoir,  just minutes

from Park City, Utah.  It is a 2,000+ acre neighborhood with a 20-mile trail system where mountain

bikers and hikers can always find somewhere to explore. 

By owning a home or home site at Tuhaye, you have an all-inclusive membership to the Talisker Club

which includes all  the amenities at Tuhaye.  Amenities include year-round excursions such as fly

fishing, waterskiing, wakeboarding, tubing behind a championship speedboat, use of the clubhouse

at Talisker Tower, fitness center, heated pool complete with waterslide, Talisker Spa, Wildstar Rangers,

the children's program,  horseback riding, skiing, fire pit and many more. 


Home sites range from under an acre to 5 acres.  From Tuhaye, you have views of the Timpanogos and

Wasatch Mountains and the Jordanelle Reservoir.  The residents, full and part-time, spend summers by

the pool and on the golf course, winters on the cross-country ski track and year-round dining at Tuhaye

Table Café.   

Mark O'Meara, Masters and British Open Champion, designed Tuhaye's Golf Course which offers 7,800

yards of private play, an 18-acre driving range and an eventual 9-hole course.

Park City Resort Builders will be showcasing another luxury home in Tuhaye for the Park City Showcase

of Homes 2011 which will be held the weekends of August 20-21, 27-28, and September 3-5.   We hope you

will come and visit us up in the beautiful community of Tuhaye.

Re-create Craftsman Charm In Your Home

Arts and Crafts - also known as Craftsman- homes were originally constructed  as a response to the highly styled, elaborate Victorian popular in the early 20th century.  Today, these homes are enjoying a comeback, and many homeowners aspire to create the clean lines and charming design in their own environment.  Craftsman homes imbue warmth and simplicity, a getaway from today's hectic everyday life.  By incorporating a few elements with a Craftsman touch, you can transform your house into a cozy and inviting bungalow.                                                         
*An inviting entryway:  The front door sets the tone for the entire home and adding a premium wood Craftsman-style door, like those offered by Jeld-Wen, can truly add traditional appeal.  These wood doors feature clean lines, simple flat panels, squared sticking and optional shelves.  Because incorporating light is important to creating atmosphere in an Arts and Crafts home, doors can also include decorative glass designs that enhance the natural light and ambiance of the house.  Selecting a Craftsman entryway can set the stage for an interior's decor and leave a lasting impression on anyone crossing the threshold.

* Earthy appeal:  Traditional Arts and Crafts homes are painted in earth tones, emphasizing natural warmth inside and out.  Choose greens and blues for a bold splash of color in the great room or living room; paint trim in whites or leave molding a natural wood color for an earthy feel.  Creams and taupe have long been associated with the Craftsman style, and incorporating these colors into your home furnishings or decorations will add to its appeal.  Bringing plants into your home's interior will also help achieve a warm, natural Craftsman feel.

* The finishing touch:  Craftsman or Mission style furniture is an important element in creating a simple, earthy environment in your home.  This furniture is extremely popular and can be found in stores as varied as woodworkers' studios, antique shops and even major retailers.

Most often known for its simple but sturdy design, Craftsman furniture, found in a wide variety of wood species including red oak, mahogany and walnut, is recognizable by its slats and spindles, hand hammered copper hardware and geometric lines without ornamentation.  With the right pieces in place, furniture can put the finishing touches on your Craftsman home.

About the Author: Ronn Roberts is a writer of TrueBlueContractors.com allows contractors to spend less money advertising, give fewer estimates, and get more work. Read more: http://www.articlesnatch.com/Article/Recreate-Craftsman-Charm-In-Your-Home/523155#ixzz1OF2o0EQy Under Creative Commons License: Attribution No Derivatives

Sneak Peak of Draper Home

Here is a sneak peak of a home Cameo Homes Inc. is currently building in Draper, Utah.  This home is SOLD and will be completed July 2011.



Here is a picture of another home Cameo Homes Inc. is building in Summerwood, Bountiful, Ut.


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