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
—Photos courtesy of Shamus Lahman
If you could build your fantasy Colorado mountain vacation home, what would you include? Plenty of bedrooms and bathrooms, of course. Entertaining space. Maybe a private ski hill? How about an ice rink, complete with a Zamboni?
Kremmling’s High Plains Ranch, on the market for $39.5 million,...
June 23 2016, 11:05 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
Cooper & Dash's carefully curated space makes it easy to find a gifts for friends and family—or yourself.
Where: Union Station (LoDo)
Go For: Eclectic gifts, from quirky cards, coffee-table books, and pop art home decor to funky patterned socks and high-design kitchen gadgets.
5280 Pick: No need to leave home for a full-service bar; the Quench Bar10der: The Ultimate...
June 8 2016, 11:30 AM
—Renderings courtesy of Perry Row at Sloans
Patients of St. Anthony hospital’s former campus south of Sloan’s Lake Park likely wouldn’t recognize the site today: A $300 million transformation has reconnected the streets where the hospital once stood and resurrected fantastic waterfront views, and the seven-block neighborhood will soon host a...
May 24 2016, 2:44 PM
—Photos courtesy of Imoto Photo and Adrian Belinne
Some call it the “spaceship house,” others the “mushroom.” But for more than 35 years, the Lederhos family has simply called it home.
Motivated by the energy crisis of the 1970s, Clarence and Louise Lederhos were determined to build an energy-efficient abode. After much research, they opted...
May 19 2016, 1:25 PM
The WallGarden. —Photo courtesy of George Morris
As Denver continues to grow, many residents find themselves in smaller and smaller abodes, without a lawn or even so much as a window box in which to grow a few fresh veggies. The newly released WallGarden sprouted up for just these kinds of situations. Developed by Denver startup Ēdn, the...