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Cheryl Meyers, Editor-at-Large 5280 Home

Cheryl Meyers is editor-at-large for 5280 Home magazine. She has been a longtime contributor to 5280 and has been with the home magazine since it started in 2012.

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Patio Party

How a few simple changes revived a backyard.

Lofty Ideals

A move from the city to Cherry Hills inspires a thoughtful renovation for a tired '70s ranch.

Comfort and Joy

An elegantly offbeat gathering at a Riverfront residence proves that holiday entertaining shouldn't follow a formula.

The Colorado Reserve List

Colorado wine production has gone from novelty act to serious business—and viticultural stars are emerging. These seven Western Slope wineries offer a taste of a region that's finally coming into its own.

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Matters of the Heart

If you were at risk for a heart attack, would you want to know?

Carving Out a Dream

A backyard craftsman brings old-fashioned amusement to Ned.

Going Up?

Condos are rising across the city at a furious pace. But will anyone buy them?

Reclaimed, With Love

Old Glory thrives with a makeover and new digs in Littleton.

Sweet!

Find funky threads and tasty cupcakes at Tee & Cakes.

Head for the Hills

You don't have to drive far to get away. Here, our 10 picks for off-the-beaten-path adventures in the foothills.

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Love Colorado Style

Here on the Front Range, the conventional wisdom is that the couple that plays together stays together. But is it true? 

Back to the Future

One Hilltop couple proves that, sometimes, all your home needs is a little face-lift.

House Beautiful

What is Colorado style? Surely not the antler-heavy, Lincoln-log and wagon-wheel clichés they use up at the mountain resorts. True Colorado style is more complex. Its influences a nod to our past (the bungalows, mining shacks, cowboys), and its innovation a nod to our urban sensibilities—a style we at 5280 refer to as rustic contemporary. And what better way to illustrate this than through products made right here in Colorado? From a forged-steel and saddle-leather chair to an alpaca-fleece throw pillow, we found 26 incredible designs for your home, all made by Colorado artisans. Plus, we introduce you to three interior designers defining what's "next" in Mile-High style.

The Hungry Toad

When CU Professor Michael Tracey isn't lecturing his students on journalism ethics or pounding pints at his off-campus office, he's hunting for JonBenét's killer—turning up the likes of John Mark Karr to feed his obsession.

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