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So my production company is in Park City, Utah, shooting the online videos for the 2012 HGTV Dream Home. Um? Oh. My. Gawd. For any of you who’ve yet to experience this magical state, which is easily the most gorgeous place in the world, you are missin’ out, y’all! Everywhere you look, there’s picturesque scenery packed with to-die-for colors.

Inspiring Kitchens from HGTV Dream Homes Past

And although Utah itself is incredible, the 2012 HGTV Dream Home is just as spectacular. Designer Linda Woodrum has done it again. This time, the house is right smack in the center of a rustic piece of property, which looks out over the Provo River and onto gorgeous Utah mountains. The interiors are transitional and neutral, spotlighting the blue tones from the Utah sky, which Linda used in a subtle, sophisticated manner.

Dream Home 2012: Furniture Load-In Day

And although I’m stoked to be here working on it, I can’t help but think to myself, “It really sucks that I’m disqualified from winning it.”


All y’all who are eligible to win better plan to get crackin’ when the sweepstakes starts on Dec. 29, 2011, at 9am ET. (You’ll be able to tour the house starting Dec. 1 — until then, stay up-to-date at Dream Home Central.) A life in Utah would be the closest thing to heaven on earth there is. Stay tuned!


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36 Responses

  1. Fabulosity says:

    I am not able to get on and blog as much because of my schedule but I would like to say I absolutely love this home. I love how the blue skies from the outside is invited into the blue accents in the main seating area. I also love the fact that everything in this seating area is not covered in green; this time there's a real classy statement being made with this particular house. I am also a huge fan of fireplaces too. With the fireplace included in this design, not only is it a touch of class but a warm romantic feel has been added. I can definitely see me living here.

  2. Yes! says:

    Park City is in the middle of my family and friends, what great halfway house!

  3. Steve DuBose says:

    What a beautiful place for a Dream Home! Georgeous scenes in every direction. Someone is going to be very blessed and happy!

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