I'm what you might kindly call a perfectionist—less kindly, a control freak. So when my husband and I scored a plot in our community garden a couple of seasons ago, I approached that 120 square feet of dirt like I do everything else. I insisted on pavers to create organized, separated areas where...
September 15 2016, 8:30 AM
Courtesy of Hoang Bin / Pexels
A few weeks ago, Colorado-born Furniture Row released a new commercial promoting its back-to-school sale. A mom loads her college-bound son's arms with boho-chic throw pillows and vases as he protests that he won't put them in his dorm room. "Don't worry," the mom assures him. "...
September 7 2016, 10:55 AM
Room & Board's Denver location recently grew by 14,000 square feet.
—Images courtesy of Room & Board
Room & Board may have outposts nationwide, but the sleek home furnishing store’s first location opened right here in Denver—and its Cherry Creek North location just got a major upgrade. Until now, the store had been Room & Board’s smallest, which meant the showroom didn’t always...
August 29 2016, 11:00 AM
Joe and Pam Cocker designed Mad Dog Ranch, which sprawls over 240 acres near the tiny Western Slope town of Crawford, in 1994.
—Photos courtesy of Supreme Auctions
English rocker Joe Cocker made no secret of his love for Colorado. After playing a show in Telluride, he and wife, Pam, decided to build their dream home on the Western Slope. The nearly 16,000-square-foot English manor, dubbed Mad Dog Ranch, is perched against a quintessential Colorado...
August 22 2016, 11:00 AM
Birdsall & Co.'s original location at 1540 S. Broadway has been open for almost 30 years.
—Courtesy of Birdsall & Co.
Nearly 30 years ago, a garden shop called Birdsall & Co. moved into Antique Row with a unique selection of garden decor, patio furniture, planting containers, and more. In the time since, it's become a Denver institution with a loyal following. The store has gone through changes before—Annie...
August 10 2016, 10:50 AM
—Photos courtesy of Philip Wegener
From the street, 1606 S. Cook St.—the 2016 Parade of Homes' New Idea Home—offers modern curb appeal and an enticing upper-level, west-facing balcony. But there's much more than immediately meets the eye to the priciest ($1,479,000) stop on this month's free, three-week-plus tour of...
August 9 2016, 1:15 PM
—Photos courtesy of Pinnacle Mountain Homes
From antler chandeliers to those wooden “gone fishing” signs, it’s fair to say mountain home decor in the Centennial State has become a bit predictable. That’s why Summit County homebuilder Pinnacle Mountain Homes partnered with Denver retailer HW Homes on a 2,000-square-foot design...
July 26 2016, 2:50 PM
A rendering of the homes in Midtown
—Courtesy of Brookfield Residential
Denver’s increasing growth has us wondering: How many more businesses and housing developments can we possibly squeeze into its neighborhoods? The obvious space limitations—and pricey costs on both the residential and commercial real estate—are spurring migration to the city’s outer edges. Case in...
July 20 2016, 3:00 PM