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—Photo by Lulu & Georgia
If spring has struck you with the urge to freshen up your home, you’re not alone. Emily Motayed, co-founder of Denver digital interior design company Havenly, says when the temperature starts to rise, so do client inquiries. Havenly doesn’t require the same kind of commitment many other interior...
—Photo by Emily Minton Redfield
I was eight months pregnant when my husband and I began a mad-dash renovation of our new-to-us home. The former owners had three tween kids and two large dogs, and there wasn’t a piece of millwork in the place that didn’t show signs of, say, indoor hockey games. With a baby on the way and a three-...
—Photo courtesy of Emily Minton Redfield
Right around the time I began working on this year’s issue of 5280 Health, my mom was diagnosed with invasive breast cancer. Her annual mammogram had done its job, and suddenly, we were sitting in my living room on a bright winter day, holding hands and realizing that we now belonged to a club no...
—Photograph by Emily Minton Redfield
One of the things I love best about our Observatory Park home is that it is a gathering spot—not just for traditional celebrations like Thanksgiving and Christmas, but also for potluck dinners with friends or grab-a-cup-of-tea visits with my mom. I smile when people we love forget to ring the...
—Photo by David O. Marlow
Kids and grown-ups might have to duke it out over who gets to sleep in this ultra-cozy bunk room at Crested Butte’s swanky Scarp Ridge Lodge. The property—which opened in 2011 in a 19th-century building that was once a saloon—pairs a preserved Victorian facade with a rustic modern interior created...
—Çourtesy of Sarah Addy
We love shopping at this Boulder boutique for its collection of colorful goods, including casual women’s clothes, sumptuous scarves, pretty home accessories, and statement-making jewelry from around the world—but also because every item you purchase was made by an artisan earning a fair...
A seamstress and thread in Mi Esperanza’s Honduras facility; Courtesy of Caitlin Fairly
E.A. Lepine is on a mission to bridge the sartorial gap between yoga pants and the classic little black dress. “In another era, women dressed well every day, and we’ve lost some of that,” says the 26-year-old. “I love the idea that you can wear something that’s both effortless and beautiful.”...