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Renovation Reality Check: 36 Honest Insights to Keep Your Goals and Budget in Check

Local industry experts keep us honest about the financial, emotional, and practical realities of reviving your home base.

5280 Home February/March 2023

Before & After: “A Funny House With Really Good Bones” Reimagined to Frame Stunning Mountain Views

Overlooking the Continental Divide, this Boulder home now captures the beauty and serenity of its spectacular surroundings.

Before & After: A Cherry Hills Home Refresh for a Family of 2 Adults, 4 Kids, and 5 Bulldogs

Denver designer Jess Knauf revives a Mediterranean-inspired home by embracing—not erasing—its distinctive architectural bones.

Renovation Reality Check: 36 Honest Insights to Keep Your Goals and Budget in Check

Local industry experts keep us honest about the financial, emotional, and practical realities of reviving your home base.

Designer Ashley Larson Eitemiller’s Secrets for Creating Chic-Yet-Livable Spaces

The interior designer’s renovation of her Berkeley home illustrates how the right design moves can reflect a family’s evolving identity.

Big Decisions

A letter from the editor of 5280 Home‘s February/March 2023 Renovation issue.

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Netflix Star Melanie Rose’s Tips for Building a Sex(ier) Room

The How To Build A Sex Room designer dishes four ways to spice up your bedroom design scheme this Valentine’s Day and every day after.

How One Family Is Rebuilding After Losing Their Home in the Marshall Fire

Louisville-based company Studio Shed plays a major role in their road to home.

3 Winter Events and Updates for the Denver Design Lover

The Rocky Mountain region’s biggest home and garden show; a larger-than-life Clyfford Still exhibition; and a chance to get featured in 5280 Home (and win $500!).

Inside New Americana Home in Wash Park

Denver shop owner and decor maven Holly Kuhn’s latest endeavor is a must-visit for Front Range design lovers.

16 Peel-And-Stick Finishes That Will Transform Your Home in an Instant

If your timeline, wallet, or landlord won’t allow you to permanently revamp your home’s finishes, these temporary tiles and wallpapers can add a punch of style in a pinch.

A portrait of Eugenia Di Girolamo standing in front of the Denver skyline

Meet Eugenia Di Girolamo, Denver’s First-Ever Chief Urban Designer

Denver recently hired its first chief urban designer to help our cityscape grow—and look good doing it.

Peek Inside Katie Schroder’s Office With a Daring Design Scheme

The Denver designer’s glammed-out office inspires fearless design.

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