Just off Main Street in Park City resides a satellite showroom for a national brand synonymous with energy, redefined luxury, and livability. Barclay Butera has based his brand and successful career on a passion for beautiful yet livable design. Blending classics with contemporaries, clean and tailored lines with playfulness, and cutting-edge with iconic and vintage has made Butera and his associates among the most sought after designers across a variety of genres and geographic areas.

Before he became a brand, Barclay Butera was a young man with an unmistakable talent for design. His approach reflected a passion for bold colors, intense patterns, and kicky mod-mixes that immediately caught fire within the design community; a complete lifestyle collection and a flagship showroom in Newport Beach eventually followed. His “there are no rules” methodology set the stage for a fresh and liberating take on interior design.

Twenty years later, Butera’s brand keeps expanding as he grows with his clients’ ever-changing needs, while he enjoys widespread critical and popular acclaim. In addition to his three showrooms (West Hollywood, Newport Beach and Park City), his brand encompasses two collections: Barclay Butera Home and Barclay Butera Lifestyle. Each entity features products at varying price points and styles. His work wins awards (in January, his breakout new Lifestyle Showroom design won Best of Show in Atlanta’s International Gift and Home Furnishing Market), celebrates commercial successes (he was the Creative Director for the multimillion dollar redesign of the Hotel L’ Auberge in Del Mar, California), and Butera has delighted in multiple appearances on national television shows and panels. In addition to his design achievements, he’s a successful author with three published books. The most recent, Barclay Butera—Getaways and Retreats, will be released this fall.

Known for his signature comfortable elegance, Butera’s contributions to the mountain concept and his brand’s presence in Old Town aligns perfectly with the savvy tastes of Park City clientele. Barclay Butera Interiors has designed and furnished some of the most prestigious properties and retreats in the area, including the lobby at Flagstaff in Deer Valley. While the designations mountain contemporary or mountain elegance are frequently used to characterize the types of homes found around Park City, Butera’s associates put the Barclay spin on the traditional darker wood, stone, open concept, and rustic details that pay homage to local mountain living.

“Fabrics and textures are key,” notes Mario Ferreira, Director of Business Development for Barclay Butera Interiors, Park City. “Applications of fabric and color tell a story, and nothing reveals the narrative of your lifestyle like your interior design.” Butera’s appreciation for accessories such as candles, pillows, decorative mirrors, rugs, and photo frames blends creatively with the pattern- on-pattern fabrics and textures he incorporates into his furniture. Detailed and innovative, his designs bring warmth and luxury to mountain living.

Ultimately, the Barclay Butera vision is about client-for-life service. Prioritizing customer relationships and consumer satisfaction ensures the delivery of client wants and needs. Ferreira echoes
this desire to provide “total customization fitting any lifestyle” on design projects. “There is nothing that can’t be created,” he notes. In offering everything from lighting to drapery, floors, accessories, tile, and fabrics, each Barclay Butera Interiors project is certain to please any client.

255 Heber Ave. Park City | 435-649-5540 | barclaybutera.com

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