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4 Reasons to Visit This Weekend’s Colorado Fall Home Show

The three-day show at the Colorado Convention Center features more than 200 exhibitors ready to help you design your dream home or refresh the one you’ve got.

An Innovative Solution to Denver’s Housing Woes is Taking Shape on West Colfax

Stackhouse, a vertical community tower designed to accommodate portable shipping container homes, offers an affordable alternative to traditional single-family homes.

Hunt Slonem’s First Solo Exhibition in Denver Is the Ultimate Antidote to Pandemic Austerity

Expect a spectacle at K Contemporary’s fall Curiouser and Curiouser show, which will dramatically display more than 200 of the artist’s works, including neon, glass, and bronze sculptures alongside iconic paintings of bunnies, butterflies, and tropical birds.

A Rainbow-Colored ‘Prism Plane’ Punches Up a Nondescript Office Building in Boulder

Denver architecture firm Tres Birds transforms a 1980s-era office park building into a showstopper with precisely angled panels of dichroic glass.

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6 Tiles That Denver Designer Laura Medicus Can’t Live Without

The kitchen and bath expert suggests six timeless designs for walls and floors—because sometimes, you just need a pro’s help to find the gems.

How To Nail the New Western Look In Your Home

Designer Ashley Campbell’s tricks for making classic Western motifs feel at home in modern spaces.

A Cherry Hills Village Home Made To Celebrate Its Natural Surroundings

With its casual textures, soft colors, and party-ready pool terrace, this new home evokes the simple pleasures of summer.

A Boulder-Based Furniture Firm Is Taking Its Showroom on the Road

The pioneers behind direct-to-designer furniture company Saltwolf are thinking outside the box again, this time with a stylish showroom on wheels.

This Mountain Cabin Airbnb Will Make You Rethink City Living

How a thoughtful DIY renovation of a Twin Lakes cabin created a secluded, Scandi-style getaway that’s been booked almost every night since its debut.

What You Need To Know About Populus, an Eye-Catching Hotel Coming to Civic Center Park

The new development is unlike any other hospitality complex in Denver.

How to Add Colorful Hues to Your Home the Right Way

Color queen Katie Schroder shares five secrets to making even the boldest hues feel right in any room.

Become Your Own Best Designer With Help From the Havenly Founders’ New Decorating Book

A just-published design guide by Lee Mayer and Emily Motayed—the sisters behind Denver-based online design service Havenly—demystifies the process of finding your décor style and bringing it to life in your home.

A Denver Designer’s Chair Had a Starring Role at the 93rd Oscars

At this year’s intimate ceremony, the best seats in the house were designed by Denver’s own Jerri Hobdy.

Should You Pop the Top on Your Home?

That is the question many Denverites are pondering as they balance the need for more space with the challenges of entering the city’s competitive housing market. Here, local contractor and pop-top expert Justin Bride offers helpful insights and advice.

Start Fresh This Season With These Pretty, Local Appliances

Adding color to the kitchen just got easier, thanks to Boulder-based appliance maker Big Chill’s new Spring Edit palette of four refined colorways.

10 Outdoor Seats Fit for Royalty

The now-famous patio chairs that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle perched upon during their interview with Oprah may have sold out (in 48 hours!), but we’ve got 10 alternatives with the same breezy vibe.

At Home on the Banks of the Roaring Fork River

A Snowmass home gets an inviting makeover that celebrates its idyllic setting.

Asuka Sasaki of the Colorado Ballet Shares Her Favorite Furnishing

We can see why she loves this charming and practical piece.

Get to Know Eli Hariton, Denver’s Newest Design Star

Local designer Eli Hariton, contestant on HGTV’s new series, Design Star: Next Gen shares his unique take on style, plus highlights from the competition, from meeting Karim Rashid to faux-painting with potatoes.

Stahl House in Congress Park Becomes Denver’s Newest Landmark

The local gem, beloved for its charming Queen Anne– and Richardsonian Romanesque–style detailing, was officially declared a local landmark, 132 years after its construction.

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