Try swapping out inexpensive textiles—like this pillow and blanket from Target—on your porch or patio every year.
—Photo courtesy of Target
Summer has officially arrived, and it’s time to celebrate with a glass of chilled rosé on the patio. But after a long winter and a wet spring, odds are your outdoor spaces could use a little TLC. We asked some of our favorite Denver designers for their tips for updating porches, patios, and decks—...
June 30 2016, 9:45 AM
—Paul Dyer Photography
When Christian Strobel, a hotel developer, took a hiatus from the working world to motorcycle around Southeast Asia, he actually found himself avoiding hotels.
Turns out, staying in a room by yourself in a strange city is awfully lonely. But at a hostel, where all space is common space and...
June 20 2016, 4:30 PM
It’s not unusual to find yourself in an establishment boasting more than 50 years of operation when wandering Colfax Avenue. The longest commercial street in America, Route 40 offers many opportunities to peak through a lens to the past and the buildings and businesses that have helped create this...
June 8 2016, 2:30 PM
Cooper & Dash's carefully curated space makes it easy to find a gifts for friends and family—or yourself.
Where: Union Station (LoDo)
Go For: Eclectic gifts, from quirky cards, coffee-table books, and pop art home decor to funky patterned socks and high-design kitchen gadgets.
5280 Pick: No need to leave home for a full-service bar; the Quench Bar10der: The Ultimate...
June 8 2016, 11:30 AM
One stop on this year's Denver Modern Home Tour
—Photo courtesy of Elemental Homes
Now that spring has (finally) arrived, it’s time to throw open the windows and dust off those abandoned home improvement and design projects. And when it comes to stirring creativity, there’s nothing better than a neighborhood tour to provide some inspiration. Whether you are looking for new...
April 26 2016, 12:10 PM
Try something new by planting different varieties of your favorite veggies this year—like these rainbow-hued carrots.
—Photo courtesy of Shutterstock
Once the vegetable plot is all built out and you’ve had a few good years with your tomatoes, it’s easy to sow yourself into a gardening rut. Ready to try something different? We asked some of our favorite local horticulturists for preseason inspiration.
Taste The Rainbow
Veggie gardens develop...
April 20 2016, 9:00 AM
Savvy designs give WeeCasa's tiny homes the feel of relaxing retreats.
—All photos courtesy of WeeCasa
Most visitors come to Lyons to peruse the quaint shops along Main Street, go hiking and wildlife-spotting, or sample beers at Oskar Blues. More recently, however, the mountain town 17 miles north of Boulder is attracting a whole new clientele: tiny-house enthusiasts looking to test out the...
April 13 2016, 1:00 PM
—Photo courtesy of Shutterstock
Money, styles, timeline, communication: The renovation process raises myriad challenges for even the most simpatico of couples. Just about every designer has horror stories of clients arguing in their offices or tearful conversations in the tile store. While it’s probably impossible to smooth out...
March 21 2016, 1:42 PM