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Anne-Marie stands at the intersection of design, building, and remodeling.  


AMB Design

Anne-Marie's blending of modern form and function with authentic vintage detail creates energy, fresh simplicity, and livability.

Grounded in classic principles, AMB's homes entail organic ingredients such as dry white oak floors, walnut, bronze, woolen textiles, and rich hues to create what she calls the "real factor"—leaving no space untouched by a sense of natural. She strives to create environments that raise the quality of life of those who live there.    

Best known for early collaboration with architects, builders, and clients, Anne-Marie delivers a detailed, seamless result by bringing a grassroots approach to every project. With over 20 years of experience, she eliminates the fear factor when embarking on what is sure to be a profoundly satisfying experience.  

Anne-Marie's work can be found in California, New York City, Connecticut, Memphis, and throughout her home state of Utah. Her list of over 200 clients includes NFL Hall of Fame quarterback Steve Young, CBS sportscaster Jim Nantz, and professional golfer Johnny Miller. AMB Design enjoys a large variety of style and scope, with projects ranging from the prestigious St. Regis in Deer Valley to The Silverado Resort in Napa Valley to a country manor home in rural Connecticut and the 50k square-foot Fusion-io headquarters.  



Currently, Anne-Marie is a video host for The Design Network providing interactive design content related to anything About Home.  

TV appearances include CBS' The Early Show and Good Things Utah, and she has served as Special Contributor to Family Circle, Traditional Home, Utah Style and Design, Connecticut Home, and Luxe magazines. Anne-Marie was the first Super Guide for hosting "How To" videos inspiring homeowners to get through the building process smoothly as well as enjoy living.

"Our homes tell the story of those who live there.  It's our one chance to show who we really are and influence the way our families live," says Anne-Marie. "At the end of the day, every material matters."