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Worth Home in Vail —Photo courtesy of Ric Stovall

The Design Lover’s Guide to the High Country

Our six favorite home shops in the mountains, just in time for ski season.

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Courtesy of Ric Stovall

Slifer Designs, Edwards

The name Slifer has long been synonymous with sophisticated high-country style. And you can tap into the firm’s signature look courtesy of Slifer’s designers, who showcase their favorite finds—including elegant Henredon furniture, Visual Comfort statement lamps, and embroidered Coral & Tusk pillows—in the design shop’s Riverwalk showroom. 216 Main St., Suite C-100, Edwards, 970-926-8200

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Cathers Home, Basalt

Rustic meets contemporary in this 3,000-square-foot showroom, where you’ll find a well-edited collection of furnishings and accessories from designers’ favorite lines, including Arteriors, Bernhardt, and Currey & Company. While you’re there, pick up some ideas from the shop’s vignettes about how best to mix materials in a single room—or just ask one of the in-house design pros to share her secrets. 530 Basalt Ave., Basalt, 970-927-6556

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Tweed, Telluride

Designers Victoria Crawford and Robyn Shaw put together this lively mix of antique and new home accents that emphasizes color, texture, and textiles—think alpaca cashmere and Mexican Otomi embroidery. Customers can’t get enough of the scented candle fragrances that always fill the air here (and yes, those are for sale too). 151 S. Pine St., Telluride, 970-728-8186

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Amen Wardy HomeAspen

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This glittering shop has long been a go-to for stylish hosts and hostesses in search of over-the-top tabletop accessories. Find everything you need to set a glamorous spread, from intricately embroidered linens and beaded place mats to little extras like silver flower vases for each of your lucky dinner guests. 520 E. Durant Ave., Aspen, 970-920-7700

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Stel House & Home, Steamboat Springs

Vintage hubcap wall art. Shelves made from timeworn corbels and capitals. Linen throw pillows that show off kitschy, mountain-inspired graphics. The goods at this shop have an industrial, architectural edge. (No wonder: Co-owner Brandt Vanderbosch is the principal of local architecture firm Vertical Arts.) Bonus: Many pieces are made from reclaimed and repurposed materials, giving each one a unique style and story. 690 Marketplace Plaza, Steamboat Springs, 970-871-0057

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Worth HomeVail

Bold color, rich textures, and cool contemporary style are the hallmarks of design firm Worth Interiors’ retail shop at Solaris. Highlights of the eclectic collection include sexy little side tables and low-slung lounge chairs upholstered in woven rope, rush, and cowhide. 141 E. Meadow Drive, Suite 202, Vail, 970-949-9794

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