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Much like another highly anticipated, heavily attended event happening this month (ahem, Great American Beer Festival), the Denver Design District's annual two-day sample sale is not for the faint of heart nor the underprepared. Nearly two dozen showrooms are offering major markdowns this year...
September 21 2016, 11:00 AM
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
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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
Rug: Arrowstix Green Rug, $552 to $1,102, Lulu & Georgia, luluandgeorgia.com. —Photo courtesy of Lulu and Georgia
—Photo by Eric Lucero
Contemplating a bold design move? This hip dining nook by Denver’s Duet Design Group might just prompt you to go for it. The space is an unexpected riff on classic design with oversize-stripe wallpaper by Harlequin (Tunturi from the Landscapes collection). Add in the geometric Mercana...
—Photography by Kimberly Gavin
It’s one thing to decorate a home with style. It’s quite another to compose rooms so cool and serene, they can soothe even the most frayed nerves. But to make those beautiful, peaceful spaces durable enough to withstand the antics of three sticky-fingered young children and a pair of...