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At Home With the Owners of Colt & Gray

Local tastemakers Nelson and Allison Perkins give their old Observatory Park home a fresh new look that's every bit as sophisticated—and inviting—as their Denver restaurants.

5 Reasons to Attend an Art Camp for Grown-Ups

Why should kids have all the fun this summer? Sign up for a weeklong art workshop at Snowmass Village's Anderson Ranch Arts Center, and discover your inner Picasso.

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How to Plant a Pollinator-Friendly Garden

Help the National Pollinator Garden Network reach its goal of 1 million bee-friendly gardens—and get a pretty plot that blooms all summer long.

Is It Victorian, or Is It Modern?

This Congress Park house transcends both styles with an update that celebrates the way old homes make us feel.

Beachy in Boulder

For interior designer Lesley Defrees, a classic American Foursquare in Boulder is the ideal backdrop for her family's efortless coastal style.

RiNo’s New Ramble Hotel is Truly a Design Destination

Meet Denver’s most boutique hotel. The independently owned and operated Ramble Hotel has just 50 rooms, an intimate vibe, and a gorgeous design that’s way better than any concept ever cooked up by corporate.

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Modern Sanctuary

A Denver couple rescues an old Governor's Park church from an uncertain fate, creates sleek new living spaces—and redefines our idea of home.

Right At Home

We're dreaming of happy hours at this nook in LoDo's new Hotel Born.

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How to Get Hygge at Home This Winter

Now that the days are getting shorter—and chillier—we asked one of Colorado’s foremost hygge experts to help us make this winter season our coziest and comfiest yet.

Cool, Calm, & Collected

Boulder designer Linda Mounce knows the tricks to creating comfortable rooms that look perfectly put together, and they're all on display in her new modern farmhouse.

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