—Emily Minton Redfield
A William Ohs–designed kitchen in Cheesman Park features marble, honed granite, and wood countertops.
1. Engineered Quartz
Pros: Twice as strong as granite, this synthetic natural-stone look-alike resists stains, scratches, and heat with no sealing required. Look for brand names Caesarstone, Cambria, and Silestone.
Cons: It can chip. Corners are especially vulnerable, so opt for rounded...
Worth Home in Vail
—Photo courtesy of Ric Stovall
Slifer Designs, Edwards
The name Slifer has long been synonymous with sophisticated high-country style. And you can tap into the firm’s signature look courtesy of Slifer’s designers, who showcase their favorite finds—including elegant Henredon furniture, Visual Comfort statement lamps, and...
—Photography by Daniel O'Connor
Heather Dwight knows how to make a stunning first impression. The owner of Calluna Events, a wedding and event planning business, Dwight hired interior designer Liz Finkelstein of Mile High Style to create the office-space equivalent of those take-your-breath-away moments. The neutral palette...
If spring has you wishing for a spruced-up space, consider heading south. We discovered three independently owned stores that are more than worth the trip.
Old Glory Antiques
Owner Holly Kuhn sees the beauty in chipped paint, worn wood, and rusted metal—and you will, too,...
When Birdsall & Co.’s founder and longtime owner, John Ludwig, decided to retire last year, he imagined bidding longtime clients a bittersweet farewell and closing his South Broadway garden accessories store. But Scott and Annie Huston had a different vision.
The Hustons, who own the...
May 21 2013, 3:17 PM