—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
—Photo by Jack Buckingham
While Denver’s Baker neighborhood and the surrounding areas have no shortage of unique coffeehouses, vintage shops, and craft stores, there’s another reason to make the trip: the eclectic bars and music venues on South Broadway. Not only do these stages highlight our thriving local music...
July 13 2016, 11:30 AM
Revampt's interior combines the old with the new to create a unique showroom that fits perfectly with its mission.
—Courtesy of Revampt
Where: Cherry Creek North
Go For: Unique and chic furniture, accents, and accessories for the environmentally conscious decorator
5280 Pick: Tell time in style with these funky bicycle gear clocks, a perfect way to add outdoors-inspired flair to your indoor...
July 6 2016, 11:45 AM
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