—Illustration by Karsten Petrat
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A custom wood-and-steel pergola sets the stage for an outdoor dinner party at this Hilltop home.
—Photography by David Lauer
When Beau and Monique Wehrle were looking for a home to rent in Hilltop in 2012, they stumbled upon one of the city’s architectural gems: a stunning midcentury modern home designed by one of Frank Lloyd Wright’s students. The low-slung four-bedroom, 4.5-bathroom house, designed in 1941 by Earl...
The kitchen features a Jenn-Air induction stove, a French country sink by Kohler, and custom cabinetry made from reclaimed barnwood. Appliances and other elements were kept below eye level so as not to disrupt the view of the backyard. —Photography by David Lauer
It’s a lifestyle change common to young Coloradans: Accustomed to freewheeling schedules that allow for lots of outdoor fun, they pay little attention to their homes—until they find themselves married, starting families, and wondering where the heck they’re going to put the kids.
So it was...
—Photography by Emily Minton Redfield
Designer Teresa Davis’ German shorthair pointer, Rosie, hangs out in the sitting area off the kitchen. Here, Davis topped the leather sofa from CR Laine with a lush combination of throw pillows (leopard print and mohair fabric by Ralph Lauren Home). The Lucite-and-Brazilian-cowhide...
—Photo by Adam Larkey
— Photography by Benjamin Rasmussen
Michael Bennet is late. He’s half-running, half-walking through the basement cafeteria of the Dirksen Senate Office Building, careening past congressional staffers and constituents, double-timing it to the United States Capitol building, where he’s scheduled to make a speech. “This is the shuffle...
—Illustrations by Daniel Guidera
When the first pioneers rolled into Colorado via covered wagon, they had no alternative to growing, raising, and hunting their own food. Today, it’s by choice that an increasing number of Denverites are planting veggies, raising chickens, and even milking goats in their backyards. You may be...
—Photo by Dana Romanoff