Table of contents 5280 Home Summer 2014
DIY decor and meaningful flourishes turn a basic 1970s home into an artful family abode.
When interior designer John Moinzad moved into this 1940s Park Hill home, he tasked his younger sister and business partner, Sasha, with creating a space that reflects his distinctive style. Lucky for him, she got it just right.
A letter from the editor of our June Home 2014 issue.
Add coastal flair to your home with Boulder-based ceramic artist Liz Quan’s porcelain creations.
Who makes Denver chef Frank Bonanno’s restaurants look so good? His better half, of course.
Find the perfect planter with these front stoop-worthy options.
The design lover’s guide to Denver’s River North neighborhood.
Nantucket meets Santa Monica in this collection of coast-inspired picks from Denver designer Megan Kane of Megan Kane Interiors. megankaneinteriors.com
Clean design anchored by the right furniture is Jeffrey P. Elliott’s signature.
Scoop up fun for the entire family with a stars-and-stripes soiree.
DENY Designs, hip purveyor of modern home accessories for art lovers, gives the people what they want: a downtown storefront.
Fresh colors and cool art infuse a wedding planner’s Boulder office with irresistible style.
Recreational ranching gives city dwellers the benefit of wide-open spaces—without all that pesky brush-clearing.
A Mediterranean tablescape, bursting with colorful blooms, practically insists upon late-afternoon lingering.
This Curtis Park rooftop deck was designed with one thing in mind: summertime parties. You’re invited to take a peek.
Contemporary and cool, this pool house brings sexy back to a stately Hilltop home.