Table of contents 5280 Home February/March 2017
When it comes to decorating your own home, beige feels safe. But why be neutral when it's so fun to go bold? Here, inspiration for using color.
Blending bold colors with spirited patterns, designer Andrea Schumacher gives a Boulder home style to match its owner's carefree attitude.
A combination of stone, wood, and metal creates a serene, neutral palette in this modern Cherry Hills home.
Rich jewel tones and eclectic treasures invigorate this once-neglected, chateau-style Hilltop home—proving, once again, the boundless power of paint and playfulness.
A letter from the editor of 5280 Home's February/March issue.
Walltawk brings fresh wallcoverings from independent designers to the Mile High City.
Swoon-worthy home goods make the new Longmont shop worth the drive.
Try these accents for a sunny infusion of color.
Designer Petra Richards took the opportunity to create a kitchen that gives new meaning to the phrase “bright and early.”
HappyBox, a local e-design service, makes polishing your pad as easy as getting the mail.
Get your digs ready for the market—and boost your home's sale price—with these insider tips and tricks.
Salida’s new Amigo Motor Lodge proves that roadside motels are back—and more stylish than ever.
This color duo is perfect for creating a tranquil room.
Try these picks for "Hollywood Regency" style at home.
The hipster food hall's gorgeous aesthetic jives with its elevated culinary scene.
A well-placed splash of aubergine gives this elegant Greenwood Village bedroom a royal dose of style.