September 28, 2022

Few things make Nancy Van Matre smile more than a beautiful, welcoming room. Cosy House—her recently relocated décor and lifestyle shop in St. George—is designed to help others create exactly that for their homes.

Owner Nancy Van Matre. Photo courtesy of Cosy House.

Previously located in the downtown historic district, Cosy House now sits front and center at The Foundry— St. George’s bustling new design campus. Part of a modern, wood-planked facade, Cosy House’s broad glass doors open to an inviting, airy interior crowned with a stunning, chalk-white chandelier. Banks of floor-to-ceiling windows and multiple skylights flood the space with natural light, while the predominantly white décor serves as a serene canvas for Van Matre’s curated selection of furnishings, lighting, accessories and gifts for the home. “The style is fresh, clean, timeless and comfortable,” she says.

Cosy House
Photo courtesy of Cosy House.

The shop itself feels like a welcoming home where wall-less rooms seamlessly flow from one to the other. It features a wondrously accessorized kitchen area anchored by an open, marble-topped island. Nearby, inviting vignettes—conversation areas, bedrooms, dining spots and more—are defined by relaxed, livable luxury. At-ease furnishings, natural woods, relaxed linens, glazed pottery, woven baskets, posh pillows and more entice visitors to pull inspiration, ideas and, of course, the perfect pieces for their homes. Design service is also available. Van Matre explains simply, “Your home should bring you joy.”

Photo courtesy of Cosy House.
Photo courtesy of Cosy House.

The shop is located at 904 W. 1600 South, St. George, Utah


There are many home décor shops throughout the beehive state that we love. Check them out.

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