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701 South Jackson Street $5,750,000 Dan Fead 720.300.9500 Stacy Resop 303.506.3128

34 Polo Club Circle $5,500,000 The Behr Team 303.903.9535

144 Castle Peak Gate $4,995,000 Tye Stockton 970.471.2557 Tom Dunn 970.470.0778

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Exquisite custom home perched on 3.6-acres in the exclusive Reserve at Elkhorn Ridge.

Elegant home on 2.5-acres with spacious formal rooms, guest house and tennis court.

Exquisite residence by renowned architect Craig Bush overlooking the Highline Canal.

181 Bull Bugle Bend $4,500,000 Melinda Lee 970.281.2646

4601 Preserve Parkway $3,275,000 The Behr Team 303.903.9535

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Custom home on a private, landscaped southern lot backing to the Highline Canal.

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25 South Glencoe Street $2,900,000 Patti Williams 303.918.6769

18 Cottonwood Lane $2,750,000 The Behr Team 303.903.9535 Kate Perry 303.810.0474

2400 East Cherry Creek South Drive $1,850,000 Jared Blank 303.521.5025

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DENVER

Best block in Observatory Park with 4 beds, open floor plan, and fantastic outdoor space!

A home unlike any other for entertaining and outdoor living. 4 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms, 16,026 sf lot.

Very rare, private corner unit with direct elevator access, 2 patios, parking spaces and more.

2366 South Milwaukee Street $1,550,000 The Wolfe-Bouc Group 303.669.4449

2320 South Monroe Street $1,450,000 Janet Kritzer 303.883.2474

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Gorgeous new build in Sunnyside. 3 beds, 4 baths, main floor study, rooftop patio. A must see home!

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DESIGN COUNCIL OF THE DENVER ART MUSEUM Design Council membership provides inclusive opportunities to view, discuss, and experience diverse art and design practices at the Denver Art Museum and throughout the region in a welcoming way. Membership is open to all! Attend curator-led tours of current exhibitions, visits to private homes and collections, studio visits, and architectural tours, as well as other behind-the-scenes opportunities.

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OPEN THE DOOR TO THE UNEXPECTED BECOME A DESIGN COUNCIL MEMBER TODAY! Design Council members were recently invited to our annual summer celebration at William Havu Gallery, located in Denver’s Golden Triangle Creative District. Guests enjoyed Coloradoinspired summer refreshments while enjoying works by artists of regional importance and national acclaim, such as Bill Amundson, Tony Ortega, and Shelby Shadwell. Our thanks to 5280 Home, Mile High Spirits, and William Havu Gallery for their generous support.

C H O O S E T H E L E V E L A N D B E N E F I T S T H AT B E ST S U I T YO U A N D J O I N TO DAY AT D E N V E R A RTM U S E U M .O RG / D E S I G N CO U N C I L


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TOP DENVER DESIGN! The winners of our third-annual Top Denver Design contest are in! Tour the seven individual spaces (from a brilliant commercial oice to a sophisticated outdoor teahouse) and two whole homes—all of which celebrate the vibrancy of Denver’s design community and the forward-thinking pros who create this city’s most beautiful and innovative spaces. by CHRISTINE DEORIO AND HILARY MASELL OSWALD

82/ THE REST IS HISTORY Revamping a centuryold Cheesman Park estate teaches a lesson: Teamwork makes the (design) dream work. by KATHRYN O’SHEA-EVANS

90/ SO FRESH, SO CLEAN A top-to-bottom renovation gives a disheveled Highland Victorian a modern loor plan and breezy vibe that belie its true age. by CHRISTINE DEORIO

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22/ CONTRIBUTORS [ ENTER ]

25/ TRENDING Sleek and sinuous furniture by Colorado’s Q Co design house takes inspiration from that eternally irresistible muse: Mother Nature.

28/ SHOPPING One local designer’s dazzling inds are now up for grabs at her new oice-meets-showroom.

30/ DESIGN Colorado’s beauty-brand guru, Margot Elena, brings a legendary design archive to Denver.

34/ MADE IN DENVER Damask wallpaper with hidden Colorado iconography? We need this!

36/ Q&A Meet the art curators connecting emerging artists to local businesses—and in the process, illing Denver’s public spaces with inspired works.

40/ AROUND TOWN If chilly temps have you longing for a getaway to Palm Springs, warm up at Lady Jane, LoHi’s new cocktail bar.

[ THE GUIDE: SHOPPING ]

43/ THE LOCAVORE’S GUIDE TO HOME-DECOR SHOPPING IN DENVER Denver’s decorating scene is better than ever, especially when it comes to locally owned boutiques. Discover our editors’ 13 favorite shops of the moment— from tried-and-true South Broadway antiques stores to sleek RiNo newcomers—for inding those inishing touches, one spree at a time.

Some of our favorite local spots to view and buy art, plus can’t-miss upcoming shows.

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60/ BE OUR GUEST The seven-month-old Ramble Hotel blends materials, styles, and eras for a layered look that feels glamorous and right at home in north Denver’s industrial RiNo neighborhood. The designers and developer dissect the design secrets of the lavish lobby, so you can give your living spaces that luxe getaway feel.

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112/ BUYER’S GUIDE Where to buy what you see in the pages of 5280 Home.

[ LIGHTS OUT ]

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148/ A WARM WELCOME A contemporary cabin in Fairplay is the stuf of mountain-getaway dreams.

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From The Editor

A TALE OF TWO REMODELS SORRY, CHARLES DICKENS.

That’s a terrible rip-of of a lovely book title, but it’s a good headline for the two Denver homes that share the spotlight as winners of our third-annual Top Denver Design contest: both historical architectural styles, both in established city neighborhoods, both purchased by owners who loved them despite many, shall we say, unfortunate aesthetic choices made by previous inhabitants. One is a Victorian whose renovations preserved its genteel lines outside and led to a modern aesthetic on the interior (“So Fresh, So Clean,” page 90); the other is a century-old home with architecture inspired by the Italian Renaissance style that got a true-to-its-roots update, complete with faithfully recreated millwork (“The Rest Is History,” page 82). For design geeks like me, the fastidious, thoughtful work that gives old buildings new life is compelling. But if you aren’t spending your days thinking about home design in Denver, you might be wondering: What makes these homes stand out? I’m so glad you asked. These homes—and the other award-winning spaces that make up our Top Denver Design story (beginning on page 69)—check all the great-design boxes: They reflect their owners’ tastes and lifestyles, pay homage to the Mile High City’s architectural history while functioning for modern life, and celebrate our unique Colorado light and the feel of this place. The professionals who dreamed them up see their work as responding to the eras-long conversation about design—globally, yes, but also (importantly) in our city. And while they certainly have found inspiration in far-of places (see the modern teahouse on page 80), they’ve done a brilliant job of reinterpreting their ideas so the spaces they create are tied to this place and time. It sounds like magic, right? That’s why they won.

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“White! Plain old white,” says photographer Rebecca Stumpf.“It’s an amazing blank slate to build upon and create one’s own unique style.” And if you need a little help cultivating a distinctive look, turn to our story about the best decor stores in Denver (page 43), which Stumpf photographed. “I loved exploring the breadth of design styles right here in the city,” she says.“There’s something for everyone—from a midcentury sofa to a new French country-style armoire.” Stumpf’s work has been featured in Outside, Food & Wine, and Sunset.

5280 managing editor Jessica LaRusso might just try to move into the Ramble Hotel: “The developers did an amazing job of bringing something exciting and elevated to the city and making it feel like it’s been there forever,” says LaRusso, who wrote about the hotel lobby’s smartest design strategies—and how you can apply them at home—for this issue (page 60). “Inside, [the designers] made Denverites feel like we belong there. Especially when we’re being looded with cold, industrial designs, it’s nice to be somewhere so soft and warm.”

While shooting the modern teahouse featured in “Top Denver Design” (page 69), photographer Raul Garcia was wowed: “[Landscape architects] Elevate By Design, and particularly this project, have inspired me most this year,” he says. Garcia also appreciated the creative ingenuity at the Ramble—RiNo’s buzzy new boutique hotel—which he photographed for our story about its design (page 60).“The spaces feel contemporary, but also have traditional details and historical sensibilities.” Garcia’s work has also run in Luxe and Architectural Record.

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“Over the past year, I’ve encountered a lot of great art around town—an unusual collection in a bungalow on the Park Hill Home Tour, a painting by Denver artist Sharon Bond Brown in a friend’s living room—and have been struck by the impact just one great piece can have on a space,” says Christine DeOrio, who wrote about our Top Denver Design contest winners (page 69.) “These experiences have inspired my husband and me to begin adding pieces to our collection that speak to us, and already our house feels diferent, better.”

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BENDING THE RULES Sleek and sinuous furniture by Colorado’s Q Co design house takes inspiration from that eternally irresistible muse: Mother Nature. by JESSICA LARUSSO

COURTESY OF JASON MCCLOSKEY

The You Lounge Chair in walnut with cowhide upholstery (starting at $4,800)

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year apprenticeship with a Scottish master of English period furniture. Although McCloskey credits that training for his proficiency in the traditional aspects of handcrafted woodworking, what excites him now, he says, is blending a variety of materials (laminates, composites, metals, hardwoods) with the possibilities of digital manufacturing via CAD programs and a computer-controlled cutting machine. “I’ve been working with a CNC [computer numeric control] machine for eight years and still only feel like I’m scratching the surface of what my skill level should be,” he says. His signature design element—wood coaxed into graceful curves—represents the marriage of those interests. He uses ski-making methods to create his elegant silhouettes, layering fiberglass with wood to increase each piece’s strength and durability. Take the

Above: Jason McCloskey and Trystin Sova with the You Lounge Chair outside their studio. Below, left: the Wing Chair

Wing Chair (starting at $4,850), for example: its swooping arms are just over a quarterinch thick, yet are sturdy enough to sit on. Given McCloskey’s quality of work, it’s not surprising that many of his orders come from interior designers with clients in tony highcountry towns including Aspen and Vail, who want a less literal interpretation of “mountain chic” style. “My designs aren’t so much a direct translation of the landscape,” McCloskey says, “but more like, what does it feel like to be in a canyon, or to drop into a big snowbank and have it encompass you and hold you?” It’s those moments, specific to the Western American experience, that are helping him define a new genre of modern. q-co.design

PORTRAIT: JEFF NELSON; CHAIR: COURTESY OF JASON MCCLOSKEY

If the undulating bends of Jason McCloskey’s chairs and side tables make you think of the curved tips of your skis—or the slopes you might cruise down on them—that’s no mistake. The Wheat Ridge furniture-maker, who grew up carving turns down New England’s White and Green mountains, then spent 13 years rafting rivers in Colorado and Utah as part of his work for Outward Bound, takes design inspiration from backcountry terrain. His technical cues come from the way skis (which he also crafts, as a hobby) are constructed. But it wasn’t until 2010, when he was studying at the Rhode Island School of Design, that he began combining his passions for woodworking and outdoor adventure. “I had [the Outward Bound] part of my life, and I had my furniture-making, and I was dabbling with making skis,” McCloskey says. “When I was in grad school, my teachers asked, Why are you keeping all these worlds so separate?” He didn’t have a good answer, so he set of on a journey that eventually lead to his tightly curated collection of made-to-order furnishings. The line, which McCloskey runs in partnership with his wife, Trystin Sova, is called Q Co. But that path was as winding as the waterways he used to ply: His Most-Interesting-Guy-In-The-World resumé also includes an undergraduate degree in music composition and a three-


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SHOPPING

For more of our favorite local decor shops, turn to page 43!

CHANGING SPACES

INSIDE SCOOP

A few of designer Andrea Schumacher’s favorite for-sale items.

Get a sneak peek into interior designer Andrea Schumacher’s brand-new oice-meets-showroom in the Art District on Santa Fe, where she sells her dazzling inds.

1. Assouline coffee table books The beloved publisher makes books that double as art.

by KATHRYN O’SHEA-EVANS

Interior designer Andrea Schumacher’s move to a new oice and showroom was spurred by an annoyance many of us have experienced: Her landlord was going to jack up the rent. So she did what you might expect from one of Denver’s most enterprising creative minds: She cut and run—and purchased a 3,500-square-foot storefront in a 1924 building in the Art District on Santa Fe. She turned it into her ultimate design lair, with an upstairs oice and vibrant

2. Throw pillows in a range of fabrics

mural-lined showroom stocked with everything from a brass-andmica praying mantis cofee table (with a light-up tail) designed by Jacques Duval-Brasseur in 1970s Paris, to an 1870s West Indian four-poster bed Schumacher inherited from her grandmother’s home on St. Thomas. The space opened in early October (call for shopping hours) and houses both

Trust us: The Turkish velvet is worth a splurge.

Andrea Schumacher Interiors

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and the designer’s other business, Simply ASI (an à-la-carte design service for smaller projects). And the building comes with a colorful history: “Someone was telling me that [long ago] the mayor of Idaho Springs or Georgetown was also a prostitute and used to live upstairs,” Schumacher says. “Trust me, we got the sage out and burned it bright!” Sage-smudging or no, after Schumacher’s renovation, the resulting interior is a paean to her residential work:


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Colorado beauty-brand guru Margot Elena brings a legendary international design archive to Denver. Entrepreneur Margot Elena carefully turns the page of an oversized portfolio book, yellowed and torn at the edges like aged parchment, stained by the touch of many hands over the years. It—and each page that follows—reveals swatches of fanciful, intricate prints: delicate roses and feathery greens here, muted stripes and vibrant splashes of lilac there. Smudged, hand-written script is scrawled across the margins—design notes from artists Margot Elena’s package of a bygone era. design for Lollia’s In Love The book—more body butter, $34, was inspired by the archive. of an artifact, really—is a miniscule piece of a prestigious historical design archive recently acquired by Elena, whose eponymous Englewoodbased company makes bath, body, and home products (think: TokyoMilk and Lollia) known as much for their whimsically beautiful packaging as for their seductive fragrances. Purchased from textile collector Dimitrios Apostolou, who has housed the collection in New York City since 1969, the archive comprises thousands of antique textiles, original mill paintings, block prints, and wallpaper swatches and panels sourced primarily from centuries-old European collections—plus Marie Antoinette’s hand-embroidered headboard and a library of Coco Chanel’s tweeds through 1950. For decades, the archive has served as inspiration to modern designers in need of French Provincial, vintage rose, or

From top: Lifestyle-brand entrepreneur Margot Elena in her beautifully appointed Englewood oice; a glimpse of the design archive.

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dreamy ocean motifs for their fabrics, wallpapers, or apparel. In fact, many of today’s prints are re-interpretations of original designs in archives like this, very few of which exist in the world. “We’re extraordinarily privileged to have one of the biggest in the country,” Elena says. “There isn’t a major designer anywhere who hasn’t accessed this archive at one point.” Elena too has drawn upon the collection for her products’ branding and packaging. When she heard Apostolou wanted to sell the archive, she worried that a buyer would divvy it up on Ebay; thus, the collection’s migration across the country. The goal, Elena says, is to make the archive—previously somewhat of a secret resource—more accessible to the design community. Her studio can provide the restoration and digital services that designers need to reproduce an original motif for

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a new design. The idea: Take a floral thread from one print and a lovely bird motif from another, put them in the same repeating pattern, tweak the colors, and voilà: new custom wallpaper for a client’s accent wall or a killer upholstery fabric for a chair in the foyer. Elena’s team is still working on a plan to open the archive’s contents to interested shoppers; she hopes to create a digital platform in the name of sharing the collection

with as many people as possible. “[This archive] was such a gift to me as a young designer,” Elena says. “It feels like a real gift to be able to make it available to starting designers, to spark that passion and love of the art.” margotelena.com Clockwise from top: Fabrics and a drawing, created by Elena and inspired by the archive; Elena’s oice is awash in beautiful things, from colorful photos and illustrations to textiles from the archive.


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DENVER, THEY’VE GOT YOU COVERED Batya Stepelman has a passion for wallpaper—one so strong that in 2016, the former PR professional left her career to launch the wallpaper boutique and design consultancy WallTawk & Design. But simply selling gorgeous wallpapers by independent designers and artists wasn’t quite enough to satisfy Stepelman’s creative appetite: “I had dreamed of creating a Denver-centric wallpaper for several years,” says Stepelman, who was inspired by Flavor Paper’s Brooklyn Toile wallcovering, which incorporates iconic Big Apple imagery into an at-firstglance traditional toile pattern. Bicycle wheels under a pricklyThere was just pear cactus (which, Feniak points out, is native to Colorado) one problem: “I can’t even draw a stick figure,” Stepelman says, “so I thought about local artists who do amazing work.” Top of mind was Meredith Feniak, a botaniThe symbol that lies (pun cal illustrator and intended) above the Bluebird artist whose work Theater on West Colfax Ave. Stepelman had spotted around town—on the windows at Bloom by Anuschka in Cherry Creek North and on the walls of Union Station’s Next Door Community Pub. “I love that her work is beautiful, unique, and meticulous,” Stepelman says. “She really thinks things through, and you need someone like that when you are designing a pattern for wallpaper.” To create WallTawk’s first original pattern, Denver Damask, the pair began with a traditional, antique damask pattern, then updated the elaborately scrolled motif with subtle, stylized nods to Colorado: wagon wheels, the Twin Sisters Peaks (in honor of the artist’s twin sons), the Bluebird Theater marquee (“because I love Colfax Avenue,” Stepelman says), and Union Station’s iconic

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ever, customers can opt for clock (set to 3:03). And Feniak any colors in printing comcouldn’t resist adding a few pany Twenty2’s ink library. plants to the design (think The project has fueled columbines and ash trees). “I Stepelman’s passion for grew up on Ash Street and, wallpaper—and for giving given the ash-borer problem, back. Ten percent of proceeds I wanted to give the tree its 15 from Denver Damask go to minutes of fame,” she says. supporting local nonprofit The intricate pattern— The city’s beloved Union Station Rainbow Alley. Two more which can be printed on amid blue spruce branches (the evergreen is Colorado’s collaborative WallTawk clay-coated, pearlescent, state tree!) patterns are in the works; or vellum papers or on both will benefit local charigrasscloth—comes in five colties. “I’m not rushing anything,” Stepelman orways: warm charcoal on matte black, says of her creative process. “Great design is gold on green, graphite on mauve, ink on worth the wait.” Denver Damask Wallpaper, parchment, and a tonal gray grasscloth. starting at $52.80 per roll, walltawk.com Because the rolls are printed to order, how-

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public spaces by providing intrigue, character, memories, wayfinding, moments of respite, connections with diferent audiences, and support for the creative community. Art tells the story of humanity. Without it, we have no soul as a city. How does your background as studio artists inluence your work? Molly Casey: Our formal train-

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If you’ve been paying any attention as you’ve passed through Denver’s hotels, theaters, oice buildings, and hospitals, you’ve noticed that great art—not those massproduced abstract watercolors, but bona fide fine art—is popping up everywhere. Behind many of those pieces are Martha Weidmann and Molly Casey, co-founders of Denver-based corporate-art-curation company Nine Dot Arts, who have made it their business to use the power of original art to transform everyday spaces—from hotel lobbies to city blocks—into experiences. Since founding Nine Dot Arts in 2009, Weidmann and Casey— both formally trained studio artists—have helped clients in more than 33 states and four countries source original works by emerging and established artists from Colorado and around the globe. (Along the way, they’ve helped launch the careers of local favorites Ian Fisher, Sandra Fettingis, and Andrew Ramiro Tirado, to name a few.) Here, the duo dishes on Denver, dream collabs, and what’s next.


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Which local artists are you itching to collaborate with? MW: Ben Siekierski, a young

artist who works in media ranging from porcelain compositions to video art, all united by an air of dry humor; the Cleo Parker Robinson Dance institution; Colorado poet laureate Joseph Hutchison; and Jami Dufy, executive director of [music-education nonprofit] Youth on Record. Where can we see your curatorial work next? MC: At Union Hall [opening

early 2019 at the Coloradan at Union Station], a communityfocused arts space [created by Colorado-based developer East West Partners] for locals and visitors. Our curatorial program there is focused on experimental and groundbreaking exhibitions utilizing new mediums and technology; young artists and curators; and impactful lectures, events, and performances. Before you go: What’s the name “Nine Dot Arts” about? MW: “Nine Dot Arts” is

inspired by the classic brainteaser known as the “nine dot puzzle.” The challenge is to connect all nine dots using only four straight lines, without lifting the pen of the paper. Most people think within the perceived grid. The key is to think outside the box. ninedotarts.com

GO & SEE! Find Nine Dot Arts’ curated collections in these Front Range public spaces.

GO & SEE! Above: Colorado Convention Center Look For: “I Know You Know That I Know,” a 160-foot-wide-by-16-foot-high corridor wall featuring myriad black, white, and red triangles and squares by Denver muralist Sandra Fettingis.

1. Where: THE ELIZABETH HOTEL, Fort Collins, irst-loor elevator lobby Look For: Mixed-media artist John Garrett’s curtain-like “Mourning,” which is made of crocheted audio cassette tape—in keeping with the hotel’s music theme. 2. Where: LE MÉRIDIEN DENVER DOWNTOWN HOTEL, behind the reception desk Look For: “Marie,” a giant assemblage of more than 1,100 miniature oil portraits of Marie Antoinette, by Denver painter Jonathan Saiz.

Below: Origin Hotel Red Rocks Look For: Chicago artist Chris Silva’s “Audio Visual,” a mixed-media installation—representing the hotel’s scenic location near Red Rocks Amphitheatre— made of painted salvaged wood and repurposed vinyl records.

3. Where: THE MAVEN HOTEL, LoDo, irst-loor elevator lobby Look For: Denver visual artist Travis Hetman’s “Dark Matter Gathering” (above), comprising hundreds of old black-and-white photographs embellished with tiny, hand-painted “dark matter clusters.” 4. Where: DENVER THEATRE DISTRICT Look For: “The Blue Trees,” an installation for which artist Konstantin Dimopoulos and volunteers coated 156 real trees with nontoxic, natural blue pigment that will naturally degrade over 12 months.

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5. Where: UNION HALL AT THE COLORADAN Look For: Deborah Brown’s solo exhibition of recent oil paintings (opening early 2019), in which a female protagonist and her Jack Russell terrier re-enact stories from mythology, literature, and the Bible.

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How do you create a welcoming oasis within the raw, concrete-and-glass edges of a new Denver building? If you’re Jake Sofes, owner of the four-month-old Lady Jane cocktail bar in LoHi’s recently constructed Alexan building, you turn to midcentury modern flourishes and Palm Springs–inspired greenery. “We want you to walk in and feel at ease to sit and enjoy a cocktail, whether you’re clad in date attire or yoga pants,” Sofes says. He tapped Unum Collaborative’s Jim Pfeifer and Adam

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a neat row of custom emerald green leather stools alongside the cherry-wood-and-Carraramarble bar. The Unum crew framed the bar area and entry with cantilevered installations, made of cherry wood, that “almost become ceiling pieces,” Steinbach says. Their zigzaggy movement is echoed by a palm-frond-inspired chevron pattern, also made

out of wood, on nearby walls. Leafy palms in white plaster planters add a sense of height, while white globe lights bathe everything and everyone in a flattering glow. The efect, especially when combined with Sofes’ vintageleaning music playlists and bar manager Minetta Gould’s approachable drinks, is one of timeless charm. Despite its buzzy new LoHi locale, Lady Jane feels like the sort of place Denverites have been going to escape the city bustle (and winter chill) for years. 2021 W. 32nd Ave., 720-328-9288, ladyjanedenver.com

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TO HOME-DECOR SHOPPING IN DENVER Denver’s decorating scene is better than ever, especially when it comes to locally owned boutiques: There’s one for every design style, whether you’re a dyed-in-the-wool traditionalist, midcentury-modern enthusiast, or someone whose aesthetic deies deinition. These are our editors’ 13 favorite shops of the moment—from tried-and-true South Broadway antiques stores to sleek RiNo newcomers—for inding those perfect inishing touches, one spree at a time. by KATHRYN O’SHEA-EVANS

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1. BLOOM BY ANUSCHKA NEIGHBORHOODS: CHERRY CREEK NORTH AND UNION STATION When Alice fell down the rabbit hole, she must have felt a bit like customers do upon entering this Cherry Creek boutique for the irst time: completely enchanted.“The stores are supposed to feel like a fantasy world, a curated treasure hunt,” says owner Anuschka Pashel, who opened a sister store at Union Station in 2014. A former model who began traveling the world at 18, Pashel now brings the world to her storefront: You might spot a 6-foot-tall Balinese carved-stone sculpture, paintings by European artists Sabine Maes and Matti Berglund, ceramic origamiinspired incense holders, and a Brazilian quartz-crystal cluster (a striking focal point for yourr foyer) that weighs more than 200 pounds. What’s New: A collection of Moroccan wool rugs, from Beni Ourains to latweaves, picked by Pashel. 300 University Blvd. and 1701 Wynkoop St.; bloomdenver.com

3. ERON JOHNSON ANTIQUES NEIGHBORHOOD: ATHMAR PARK Eron Johnson was a high schooler when he began salvaging doors, mantels, and stained glass from 19thcentury Denver homes marked for demolition, an obsession that led him to found his namesake store in 1972. His new location on South Lipan Street—open by appointment—is an antiques cache worthy of however much time it takes you to explore the depth of its riches. Here, you’ll ind everything from pieces of an oak-paneled room from 16th century Sufolk, England (once part of the collection of the Denver Art Museum and now yours for a cool $190,000), to an early-20th-century cast-aluminum streetlight from Chicago’s Burnham Harbor. But don’t be daunted by the grandeur: Many pieces are priced under $500. What’s New: Current inventory includes design names you know and love—architectural pieces by Frank Lloyd Wright and Louis Sullivan, glass from Louis Comfort Tifany, and original furniture designed by Swiss starchitect Pierre Jeanneret. // 377 S. Lipan St.; eronjohnsonantiques.com

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2. THE LARK NEIGHBORHOOD: DENVER COUNTRY CLUB If House Beautiful magazine were a shop, it might well be the Lark, a Dutch-doored storefront that’s lured traditional types with ginger-jar lamps, fox igurines, and boxwood topiaries since it opened in Country Club in 1970. “It’s so Larky is one of my favorite sayings!” says owner Jill Livran. Locals stop in for tins of key-lime cooler cookies from Savannah, Georgia, and Simon Pearce’s glassware, hand-blown in Vermont.

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4. LULU’S FURNITURE & DÉCOR NEIGHBORHOOD: ENGLEWOOD For proof that change is good, look to mother/ daughter duo Christy Brant and Caitlin Marsh, who moved their beloved Lulu’s from LoHi to Englewood in April. Now, loor-to-ceiling windows allow natural light to illuminate their hand-picked wares, including copper windows salvaged from New York City’s Hotel McAlpin and a modular sectional from Robin Bruce that transforms into multiple conigurations. “We strrongly l b li believe that good design should be func ctional and y expendoesn’t have to be outrageously sive,” Brant says. Further eviden nce that the boutique is relatable, not stufy: the shop dog, Whistlepig. What’s New: Canadian furnitu ure line Sunpan—a fount of clean-lined d pieces—and Zents, a Colorado obased toiletries collection with h scents like ig and water. 3475 S. University Blvd., Englewood; lulusfurniture.com

5. HOMEBODY The ironic thing about a store called Homebody— which debuted in October 2017—is that it’s a favorite among the most well-traveled design connoisseurs. Owner Dory Pratt scours the continents for design inds, from a 1970 abstract painting unearthed at a Paris lea market to an $8 set of mother-of-pearl-and-wood caviar spoons. “Opening Homebody allowed me to do two of my favorite things for a living: travel and shop,” Pratt says. She’s also the consummate hostess: The shop has a complimentary cofee bar and wraps gifts—gratis— in their signature botanical-print paper. What’s New: Homebody is now selling Swedish Byredo fragrances and Astier de Villatte ceramics made from black clay and inished with a snow-white glaze—both excellent gifts for design-lovers this season. 2920 E. Sixth Ave.; homebodydenver.com

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6. WATSON & CO. NEIGHBORHOOD: SOUTH BROADWAY Former Ralph Lauren designer Chris Watson and his husband, Kyle Pastrano, opened this Antique Row shop in 1991 and have since outitted it with all manner of eye-popping gems: Victorian-era taxidermy, Thayer Coggin’s Milo Baughman-designed furniture, Art Deco lighting, Edwardian objets d’art worthy of the set of Downton Abbey, and (allegedly) the second-largest cufflink collection in America. Their motto is “Old School. New Rules.”—which means you’re apt to ind eccentric oferings at all price points, from bottle openers shaped like bufalo to a $20,000 dining table. What’s New: Watson & Co.’s wholesale catalog launched four years ago and is now 65-pages deep. Coming in 2019: new lighting, furniture, and...wait for it...a life-size Adam and Eve topiary form. 1524 S. Broadway; watsonandco.com

7. SCANDINAVIAN ANTIQUES NEIGHBORHOOD: SOUTH BROADWAY Nearly 70 percent of the furniture within this 25,000-square-foot space was imported from Scandinavia, including pieces whimsically hand-painted in the 1800s—just one reason why we start swooning the second we walk in the door. Owner Henrik Follin, who was born in Sweden and grew up in Denmark, launched the company in 1994; it’s now the place to ind the extremely rare (a 19th-century inlaid mahogany Empire secretary) and the extremely sweet (Swedish copper baking molds, which make charming kitchen decor). Oenophiles should look for the Hungarian wine press, hewn of oak in 1924.

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What’s New: Custom-made maple-wood tables created from salvaged boxcar loors, still displaying the rich patina earned through years of wear. 1760 S. Broadway; scanantiques.com

8. OLD GLORY NEIGHBORHOOD: SOUTH BROADWAY If you subscribe to Chip and Joanna Gaines’ Magnolia Journal and bingewatch Fixer Upper, you’ll think Old Glory is, well, glorious. The 100-year-old South Broadway storefront brims with well-loved old pieces and artful new inds, from a well-worn 1900s French baker’s cabinet with original hardware to $1 Sugarboo & Co. quote cards with wisdom from Benjamin Franklin, Helen Keller, and other brilliant minds. Denverbased owner and founder Holly Kuhn grew up in Texas, where her love of Americana took root; that passion is relected here and in Old Glory’s other location in the antiques-opolis of Round Top, Texas.

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9. DESIGN WRIGHT STUDIOS NEIGHBORHOOD: RINO Opened in RiNo in September 2017 by Mary Wright, Design Wright Studios’ showroom is an architecture enthusiast’s dream: a former refrigeration unit for the Gold Star Sausage Company, with 22-foot-high ceilings and oversized windows. It’s also a go-to for Denverites looking for furnishings from today’s boldface design names (Kelly Wearstler) and classic manufacturers (Stanley Furniture).“We love what we do and make it fun for everyone who walks in the door,” says Wright, noting that they ofer beer on tap and have a fridge stocked with wine and champagne. Bonus: After you’ve picked out your gorgeous new HC28 armchair, explore the lovely inventory at Artisan Rug Gallery, the other stellar store that shares the space. What’s New: Ralph Lauren fans devastated by the closing of the brand’s Cherry Creek Shopping Center location can breathe a sigh of relief: Ralph Lauren Home is now available in Denver again, right here. 2800 Walnut St.; design wrightstudios.com

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10. STUDIO COMO SHOWROOM Italian-modern fanatics lock to this 20,000square-foot RiNo showroom for kitchens, closet systems, and other truly exquisite inds, such as a sectional sofa by Minotti that retails for around $30,000, and Moooi’s Perch table lamp (pictured, left), which resembles an oversized origami crane resting on a gilded perch. “There is a misconception that Italian furniture does not it with the mountain lifestyle,” says founder and president Brad Fentress, “but we have styled our showroom to prove this is not at all the case.” The impressive space shows of steel beams and worn-concrete loors, not to mention a dreamy terrace overlooking the Front Range. What’s New: Lighting from Barcelona-based Santa & Cole, which curates ixtures designed by icons including Arne Jacobsen. 2535 Walnut St.; studiocomo.com

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12. MOD LIVIN’ NEIGHBORHOOD: SOUTH PARK HILL In 2001, long before midcentury-modern design became cool again, Mod Livin’ was here, reviving all our latent Bewitched-era decorating desires. Owned by a wife-and-husband duo, the East Colfax shop is a cache of Technicolor furniture inds, all housed in a former liquor- and drugstore. (Currently on ofer: a collection of Knoll furniture purchased from the owner of Denver’s irst Knoll dealership). Don’t miss the subterranean Bargain Basement, where vintage and new inds are marked down by 25 to 75 percent. What’s New: An expanded collection of leather furniture by Blu Dot, a Minneapolis-based company that just won the National Design Award from Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum in New York City. 5327 E. Colfax Ave.; modlivin.com

11. MODERN NOMAD NEIGHBORHOOD: RINO Among the many storefronts luring people to RiNo right now, this one—a barrelroofed warehouse and former auto-body shop—sparkles especially brightly. Owner Becky Miller founded Modern Nomad in November 2017 as the home-goods answer to food halls: Nine tenants occupy the 5,500-square-foot space. At the collective’s namesake boutique, you’ll ind everything from cashmere-wrapped pendant lights from Ay Illuminate to vintage Congolese Kuba masks to an exquisite—and international—textile collection: Expect African mud cloth, vintage Peruvian frazadas, and Oaxacan pillows. What’s New: Vintage rattan furniture and jewelry by Navajo and Zuni artisans in silver, coral, and turquoise via Santa Fe-based Trade Roots Collection. 2936 Larimer St.; modernnomaddenver.com

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What’s New: Local artisan-made objets, including Danish-style turned-wood candlesticks from Longmont-based Cream Modern. 1460 S. Broadway; 20thcenturydenver.com

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If your favorite museum is MoMA, consider this new Antique Row storefront your utopia. Opened in May by midcentury enthusiast and pro picker J. Kendel Johnson, it’s the place to ind expertly restored, 1950s George Nelson for Herman Miller dressers, or a set of Ludwig Mies van der Rohe-designed Barcelona chairs—often at prices that rival anything you’d ind at CB2. Decor is in Johnson’s blood: “My parents had retail furniture stores in southwest Oklahoma and north Texas when I was growing up, and I learned every aspect of the business,” he says. “About the same time, I was also learning about antique furniture reselling from my aunt and uncle. Going picking with them—which they always called ‘scrounging’—felt like high adventure.”


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Just a stone’s throw from I-25, the Denver Design District (housed in a former Montgomery Ward department store) is a Shangri-La for interiors-obsessives—and no, contrary to popular belief, you don’t have to be a card-carrying interior designer to shop its 34 showrooms. Here, everything you should know—so you can shop the district like a pro.

GET THE SCOOP 5280 Home chatted with Jo Mabary, director of marketing and leasing for the Denver Design District, to gather intel on Colorado’s interiors mecca.

So what will a shopper find inside? There are more than 1,400 manufacturers, many of which are represented exclusively here, with custom and curated items that can’t be purchased anywhere else in our ive-state region. If you asked, “Where should I go to buy tile?” I’d give you six showrooms. For furniture, I have multiple showrooms. They each have their own personality. OK, last question: What’s new at the Denver Design District? We’re in the midst of a total transformation—we’ve had a number of showrooms expand and relocate, and we’ll soon have a total of 36: [Interior-designer favorite] Circa Lighting is coming in spring of 2019, as is Mod Design, a showroom with specialty lines from around the world.

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THEY CALL IT NOT-SOMELLOW YELLOW If, during a drive on northbound I-25, you’ve ever gawked at a certain canary-yellow sculpture that seems taller than Longs Peak, you’re not alone. What exactly is that thing, and why is it in front of the Denver Design District? “It’s called the ‘Articulated Wall,’ and it’s an 85-foot-tall sculpture by Bauhaus designer Herbert Bayer,” Jo Mabary explains. “The irst one was created in Mexico City for the 1968 Summer Olympics, but ours is the tallest. It’s constructed of 32 pieces of prefabricated concrete around a ceiling mast of a ship.” The piece was donated by the Denver Design District’s former owners to the Denver Art Museum, and it’s now part of the DAM’s outdoor sculpture exhibition. Should you ever want to paint your front door the sculpture’s eye-catching hue, feel free: It’s Benjamin Moore’s Bright Yellow. Zing!

TO THE TRADE VS. TO THE PUBLIC

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When something is sold “to the trade,” that means it’s sold only to designers, architects, and other design-industry pros. “To the public” means anyone can buy it. All showrooms in the Denver Design District sell to the trade, but only some allow the rest of us to make purchases directly. It’s always OK to ask for each showroom’s guidelines.

CLOCKWISE FROM TOP LEFT: COURTESY OF JO MABARY; COURTESY OF BERNHARDT FURNITURE; COURTESY OF DENVER DESIGN DISTRICT

5280 Home: Most important question first: Can anybody shop here? Jo Mabary: Yes! You can browse anytime with no appointment. Most showrooms require a designer to make a purchase; we always have one on duty, complimentary. When you come in the West Building, the receptionist will give you a card with the designer’s phone number on it. He or she will join you wherever you want to make a purchase and facilitate it. You’ll pay net price, plus 20 percent, which is still way under retail. Let’s say you’re purchasing something for $100: The designer’s net price is $60, which means you get it for $72. For people who are looking to hire an interior designer, we also have a free referral program; take a look at denverdesign.com for details.


Gallery Guide SOME OF OUR FAVORITE LOCAL SPOTS TO VIEW AND BUY ART.

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ABEND GALLERY You’ll ind a broad spectrum of mediums— think oil paintings, encaustic, and mixed media—from local, national, and international artists at this gallery. (A robust inventory practically guarantees you’ll ind something you love.) Tuesday–Saturday noon.–6 p.m.; 1412 Wazee St., 303-355-0950, abendgallery.com ACCESS GALLERY Nearly 20 percent of Americans have disabilities, yet rarely do we see art and images that relect this number. Showcasing work by both emerging and renowned artists with disabilities, this Art District on Santa Fe gallery explores societal views and disability culture. Tuesday 10 a.m.–2 p.m., Wednesday and Thursday 10 a.m.– 4 p.m., First and Third Fridays 3–8 p.m., and Second Saturdays 10 a.m.–2 p.m.; 909 Santa Fe Drive, 303-777-0797, accessgallery.org ART STUDENTS LEAGUE OF DENVER Since 1987, the Art Students League of Denver has supported artists of all levels through its diverse ine-arts classes. The league’s exhibitions are the perfect place to score high-quality pieces at reasonable prices. (We’re especially fond of the annual Summer Art Market, where more than 250 artists showcase and sell their work.) Monday–Thursday 8 a.m.–7 p.m. and Friday–Saturday 8 a.m.–5 p.m.; 200 Grant St., 303-778-6990 ext. 105, asld.org ARTWORK NETWORK GALLERY & EVENT CENTER This airy two-level gallery is all about connecting artists and collectors. Plus, businesses can get fresh art every 90 days as part of Artwork Network’s Art Rotation program (the gallery even installs the pieces), and homeowners will love the web-based art-placement service, which lets you upload a photo and see how a piece looks on your wall without ever leaving home. Monday–Friday 9 a.m.–5 p.m. and Saturday noon–4 p.m.; special hours First and Third Fridays; 878 Santa Fe Drive, 303-388-7420, artworknetwork.com

COLORADO PHOTOGRAPHIC ARTS CENTER Blocks from the Denver Art Museum, this nonproit organization supports the art of photography by showcasing compelling work by local and national photographers and ofering popular classes and resources to aspiring and professional shutterbugs. Tuesday–Friday 11 a.m.–5 p.m.; Saturday noon–4 p.m.; 1070 Bannock St., 303-837-1341, cpacphoto.org DATELINE Anything goes at this much-lauded experimental gallery, which is located in the owner’s personal living space in RiNo. Nontraditional media, performances, interactive elements, and science-based shows, curated by a variety of visionaries, are among the types of art you might encounter here. Thursday–Saturday 1–5 p.m.,

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CHIMERA > Where: David B. Smith Gallery When: December 14–January 26 Opening Reception: December 14, 6–8 p.m. What: San Diego–based artist Laura Ball presents a collection of 12 new watercolors at this solo exhibition. Inspired by the impressive and curious creatures she frequently visits at her hometown zoo, Ball uses her art to draw attention to connections that exist among all living creatures. In her dreamlike paintings, she weaves realistic renderings of endangered species together to create colorful mandalas and mythical hybrid beasts.

First Fridays 6–10 p.m., and by appointment; 3004 Larimer St., 303-505-2127, ddaatteelliinnee.com DAVID B. SMITH GALLERY Collectors of cutting-edge contemporary art know David B. Smith has an eye for the exceptional: Think 24-foot-long light-and-sound installations and a gravity-defying tower of salvaged folding chairs. Bend your brain by visiting an opening-night reception, when you get to explore new installations with other art-loving guests. Wednesday–Friday noon–6 p.m., Saturday noon–5 p.m., and by appointment; 1543A Wazee St., 303-893-4234, davidbsmithgallery.com DAVID COOK GALLERIES A charter member of the Antique Tribal Art Dealers Association (which promotes ethical collecting practices), this gallery is a two-for-one destination: Walk in and go right to ind an exqui-

site collection of museum-quality antique Native American art; to the left, ind works by iconic 19th- and 20th-century Colorado artists. Tuesday–Saturday 10:30 a.m.–6 p.m. and by appointment; 1637 Wazee St., 303-623-8181, davidcookgalleries.com GALLERY 1261 It’s no wonder Gallery 1261 is one of the best spots in town to ind works by leaders in today’s Colorado art scene: It was co-founded by Quang Ho, one of Denver’s most celebrated painters, and showcases high-quality works by artists he admires. Tuesday– Saturday 11 a.m.–6 p.m. and by appointment; 1412 Wazee St., 303-571-1261, gallery1261.com GEORGIA AMAR’S HABITAT GALLERY & STUDIO Moroccan artist Georgia Amar specializes in oil paintings, hand-pulled screen prints,

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BLACK BOOK GALLERY Edgy and smart, Black Book Gallery is devoted to artistic freedom. Artists have signiicant creative input on their shows, from inception to installation. Go to see work by local, national, and international artists who are shaping what urban art means, and for a between-show ix, follow the gallery on Instagram. Wednesday–Friday 10 a.m.–2 p.m.; Saturday 10 a.m.–noon, and by appointment; 304 Elati St., 303-941-2458, blackbookgallery.com

“Plantarum Mandala” by Laura Ball


stained glass, and three-dimensional murals. Visit during the Art District on Santa Fe’s Collector’s Preview evenings every third Friday to view the art—sans the throngs that attend First Fridays. Tuesday–Saturday 11 a.m.–6 p.m., Sunday noon–4 p.m., and by appointment; 828 Santa Fe Drive, 303-534-9740, georgiaamarineart.com GILDAR GALLERY Contemporary work by not-yet-renowned artists deines this spot. Go for opening-night parties, which often feature high-energy crowds; stay for the art that makes you reconsider your dearly held perspectives. Thursday–Sunday 11 a.m.– 6 p.m. and by appointment; 82 S. Broadway, 303-993-4474, gildargallery.com GOODWIN FINE ART Founder Tina Goodwin is an art-world veteran, and the beneits of her sharp eye are on display in her eponymous gallery. Goodwin represents new and established regional and national artists whose works span the creative spectrum: realism to abstraction expressed through everything from sculpture to ine-art printmaking. Tuesday–Friday 11 a.m.–5:30 p.m., Saturday 11 a.m.–4 p.m., and by appointment; 1255 Delaware St., 303-5731255, goodwinineart.com OPEN PRESS Many of Denver’s ine print artists create and display their masterpieces here. Master printer Mark Lunning also ofers classes on lithography, intaglio, silkscreen, and other techniques in the

2,000-square-foot facility. Saturday noon–5 p.m. and by appointment; 40 W. Bayaud Ave., 303-7781116, openpressltd.com PATTERN SHOP STUDIO Located in a renovated former manufacturing building, this working studio and gallery is also home for painter Sharon Brown and her husband, Rex, who show works by contemporary artists (including pieces by Sharon herself). Amateur collectors and art experts alike ill the studio during First Friday receptions. First Fridays 6–9 p.m. and by appointment; 3349 Blake St., 303-297-9831, pattern shopstudio.com REDLINE CONTEMPORARY ART CENTER RedLine encourages artists to cross the boundary of their inhibitions. Discover works by mentored artists-in-residence, prominent Denver names, visiting creators from around the world, and artists who have faced life challenges such as homelessness. Tuesday– Sunday 11 a.m.–5 p.m.; 2350 Arapahoe St., 303-296-4448, redlineart.org RULE GALLERY For almost 30 years, Rule has represented emerging and mid-career artists who are innovative thinkers and creators. Among our favorites is Nathan Abel for his haunting ink- or graphite-onpaper work. Tuesday–Friday noon.–6 p.m., Saturday noon–5 p.m., and by appointment; 530 Santa Fe Drive, 303-800-6776, rulegallery.com

ROBISCHON GALLERY One of Denver’s most illustrious galleries, Robischon represents some of Colorado’s inest artists and bolsters them with a swoon-worthy roster of national and international names. This must-see spot ofers up a diverse mix of traditional mediums alongside high-tech video installations within its massive 9,000-squarefoot space. Tuesday–Friday 11 a.m.–6 p.m. and Saturday noon–5 p.m.; 1740 Wazee St., 303-2987788, robischongallery.com SANDRA PHILLIPS GALLERY Now in a new space close to the Denver Art Museum, this eponymous gallery shows work by contemporary artists, both established and emerging, in a range of mediums. The space is a satisfying spot to view and appreciate art, and the staf is friendly and helpful, whether you’re looking for a dose of inspiration or a new work to hang above your mantel. Tuesday–Friday, noon–5 p.m. and Saturday noon–4 p.m., 47 W. 11th Ave., 303-931-2991, sandraphillipsgallery.com TANSEY CONTEMPORARY This airy downtown gallery serves a contemporary eye with a wide range of work, including blown-glass sculptures, wood wall installations, and silk hangings. Work by 40 rotating artists, all established in their ields, explores the intersection of art, craft, and design. Tuesday– Saturday 11 a.m.-6 p.m.; 1743 Wazee St., Suite 150, 720-596-4243, tanseycontemporary.com CONTINUED

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JOHN FUDGE: A SURVEY OF PAINTINGS > Where: RULE Gallery When: through December 29 Opening Reception: December 14, 6–8 p.m. What: The late John Fudge was a veteran of the Colorado art scene, but his paintings certainly don’t depict the mountain landscapes that come to mind when you think of the Centennial State. Instead, his artwork—which features dinosaur pets in the backyard and long-haired, anthropomorphic birds—falls somewhere between suburban Gothic and comic-book fantasy.

VISIONS WEST CONTEMPORARY Discover artists who are exploring fresh ideas about what it means to live in the West. Works tend to highlight themes of nature, animals, and the relationship between people and the land, though the interpretations are very broad—and satisfyingly complex. Tuesday–Saturday 11 a.m.–6 p.m.; 2605 Walnut St., 303-292-0909, visionswestcontemporary.com WALKER FINE ART One of the grand dames of the local art scene, owner Bobbi Walker has a sharp eye for compelling abstraction and realism. Visit her gallery in the Prado building for an oftenchanging mix of sculpture, experimental photography, installation art, and mixed media. Tuesday–Saturday 11 a.m.–5 p.m. (open until 8 p.m. on irst Fridays) and by appointment; 300 W. 11th Ave., Suite A, 303-355-8955, walkerineart.com

WILLIAM HAVU GALLERY With distinctive elegance, William Havu represents a robust roster of midcareer and established artists (especially painters and sculptors). The exhibitions here are among the inest in the city. Tuesday–Friday 10 a.m.– 6 p.m. (open until 8 p.m. on First Fridays), Saturday 11 a.m.–5 p.m., and Sunday and Monday by appointment; 1040 Cherokee St., 303-893-2360, williamhavugallery.com These listings are in no way related to advertising in 5280 Home. If you ind that a gallery differs signiicantly from the information in its listing, let us know. Write us at 5280, 1515 Wazee St., Suite 400, Denver, CO 80202 or home@5280.com.


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Perhaps the loveliest of Denver’s fabulous new boutique lodging options, the seven-month-old Ramble Hotel blends materials, styles, and eras for a layered look that feels both glamorous and completely at home in north Denver’s industrial RiNo neighborhood. We asked the designers and developer to dissect the design of its lavish lobby—home to all-day eatery and bar Death & Co.—so you know just what to do to give your everyday living spaces that luxe getaway feel. • by JESSICA LARUSSO

The check-in desk, with its limestone top and tuftedleather front (upholstered in Cortina Leathers’ Rustico Primavera), feels like a piece of beautiful furniture; a display of real brass keys, each encased in an embossed leather pouch by Denver brand Winter Session, signals the area’s function to guests. The wall color is a custom blend inspired by Benjamin Moore’s Dragonly hue.

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A mix of natural and artificial lighting is key to helping spaces like this one work equally well for a cozy cup of coffee in the morning, a working lunch with a laptop, or a date-night dinner.

Sunlight drenches the lobby through more than 16-foot-tall windows during the day. In the evening, thick velvet drapes (Clarke & Clarke’s Palais Velvet Indigo) are drawn to create a more romantic, exclusive ambience. “I’ve been in so many restaurants or bars that are beautifully designed, but the lights are too cool, too white on the spectrum,” says Ryan Diggins, a partner at Gravitas Development Group, which built the independently owned and operated hotel. His solution: custom crystal chandeliers (see page 64) by Spike Lighting—fitted with Philips Lighting’s Warm Glow LED bulbs that emit a whiter light during the day and dim to a golden hue at night.

BRING IT HOME A banquette is a great solution for a small eat-in kitchen, and— because it typically requires a custom design—a great opportunity to incorporate reined lourishes, according to Ashley Manhan, principal and co-founder of Los Angelesbased Avenue Interior Design, which directed the Ramble’s interior design concept. For Death & Co.’s row of booths, that special design moment comes in a simple brass rail across the top.

A diner-style booth with tufted robin’s-egg-blue leather is paired with Andy Thornton cast-iron table bases topped with a custom polishedmarble slab.

The brass-accented, mid-mod Jimmy Cooper chairs are from Industry West. Beech-and-maple hardwood looring (from Reclaimed DesignWorks) in a herringbone pattern gives way to strips of Ann Sacks’ Eros Grey marble and black-honed penny-round tiles, which demarcate the bar area.

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“The bar is the altar for the space,” developer Ryan Diggins says. “It needed to have a really strong presence.” And it does, thanks to an almost religious attention to detail.

To add a patina to the design, Diggins specified a blue-green plasteresque wall treatment for the walls behind the bar and check-in desk (see page 60). When real Venetian plaster proved too costly, he worked with a local drywaller to create a similar efect using a stucco material and a mix of light and dark sealants. Visible trowel marks add to the aged look. Says Diggins, “I think this was the best decision we made in the space. You see the movement [of the trowel marks], which I think is really visually pleasing.” The marble-topped bar (fabricated by Colorado Custom Stone) stands out thanks to a paneled facade crafted by woodworker Brian Trybus, whose shop is less than a block from the hotel. The wood is finished with a black stain that lets some of the grain peek through.

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BRING IT HOME Another intricacy of Death & Co.’s bar is felt more than seen: the “ogee” (oversize bevel shape) edge on the polished Calacatta Caldia marble top. “It adds a nice touch that feels fancy and high-end,” says designer Manhan. And it’s available to anyone remodeling a kitchen or bathroom: “A lot of people, when they go to the Home Depot or wherever, aren’t even given that option,” Manhan says, “but it’s so easy; just ask the person fabricating your decorative edges.”

Lawson-Fenning’s Orsini barstools sport a blackenedsteel finish and padded leather tops.

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2. Reclaimed DesignWorks: 601 S. Broadway, reclaimeddesignworks.com Great For: “Flooring and beams. The reclaimed beech-and-maple loors in the lobby came from here.”

3. Tom Kirk Architectural Salvage: reclaimedboxcar looring.com Great For: “We found the green marble for our restrooms at his salvage yard—and all sorts of great random stuf!”

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“When I design a space, what I like to do is think through the conversation that’s supposed to happen in that arrangement,” Diggins says. “Where are you for that intimate one-on-one conversation? Where are you chatting with a group of friends?”

The Ramble’s lobby is filled with a variety of perching options—small bistro tables surrounded by wing chairs, cushy sofas, tall-backed booths, stools at the marble-topped bar—all of which serve as seating for Death & Co., a bar and eatery whose relaxed daytime concept, DC/AM, gives way to more formal dinner and cocktail service at night. To make guests feel at home—and to achieve a slightly Old World aesthetic, even though the building is brand new—Diggins focused on an ethos of “relaxed elegance” rather than committing to a specific era or style.

BRING IT HOME The lobby’s custom leatherand-velvet sofas have a practical purpose: “They’re a little bigger and boxier to serve as almost an energy barrier,” between the lively bar and the more placid part of the foyer, Diggins says. It’s a concept easily applied to today’s popular open loor plans to create a smooth transition from activity-illed kitchen and dining areas to a quieter living room.

Custom Lily Jack sofas evoke the Victorian age.

A marble cofee table has clean, modern lines.

DESIGN PROS Architecture: Johnson Nathan Strohe Interior design: Ashley Manhan and Andrea DeRosa, Avenue Interior Design Construction: Tom Sprung, Dave Blakey, and Jordan Dame, Sprung Construction

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The rug is an antique, one of many collected by Diggins at local stores like Azari Rug Gallery and Lolo Rugs and Gifts, over the two years when the Ramble was coming to fruition. “If you like a few things on their own, they can pair well together, even if they’re not from the same time period,” Diggins says.” Sage advice.


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DENVER DESIGN Celebrating innovation and beauty in the Mile High City.

It’s a great time to be a design fan. Thanks to Instagram, Pinterest, and cable TV, we’ve got more gorgeous rooms than we could look at in a lifetime—and expert tips to help us get the look—right at our ingertips. But with the same modern farmhouse kitchen popping up on the feeds of viewers from Cleveland to Fresno, it’s no wonder that design these days has become rather, well, homogenous. ¶ That’s why we’re especially proud to represent a community of design pros who dare to create spaces that say more about the people who live and work in them than about what’s trendy now. For this issue, we pored over portfolios to ind the best examples of forward-thinking design for your home and office (and because this is sunny Colorado, your outdoor space, too). We can’t wait to share our inds with you. by CHRISTINE DEORIO AND HILARY MASELL OSWALD

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Laser-etched marble tile, backlit loating shelves, and black True refrigerators with copper detailing all make the kitchen feel like it belongs in a hip new home.

“I hope it’s the largest picnic table in Colorado,” says Laura Leffler, head of communications and culture for BPX Energy, of the giant table in the Unity Café.

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CorporateOffice Anyone who spends her days in an oice building knows the lingo: cube, desk, conference room, kitchen (if you’re lucky). But in this 138,000-square-foot new commercial building on Platte Street, the spaces are a little less conventional: There’s the Nest, a two-story gathering space defined by a giant hammock and swings; the Base, modeled after your favorite Colorado ski lodge, complete with fireplace, ping-pong tables, oversized chairs, and a moveable glass wall that opens to the Platte River; and the Unity Café, anchored by a 52-foot-long custom-made table crafted from a single, lightning-felled lodgepole pine from the Steamboat Springs area. The inventive space—opened in July as the headquarters for BPX Energy, BP’s United States onshore oil and gas unit—is the result of collaboration between teams headed by Laura Leffler, the company’s chief of staf and head of communications and culture, and designer Sarah McGarry of Stantec’s Denver oice. “We started with their vision of creating a home away from home for employees,” McGarry says. “They were strategic about selecting the building’s location—backing up to the river with views of downtown—and we played up those features with our layout and placement of the spaces.” Then her team layered on materials and furnishings that feel...homey. Rich wood tones, warm metal details, and sleek marble glow under soft lighting and abundant sunshine. “Laura and her team kept asking how to enhance the user experience,” McGarry says. “That’s what drove our decisions.” Leffler says she walks the building daily to see how her colleagues use it. “We try to listen to our employees, and they’ve said that they want to be in an environment that’s authentic,” she says. “That’s what we want to be, meaningful and authentic.” Leffler visualized the Nest gathering area after a visit to Tulum, Mexico, where she fell in love with treetop restaurants above the jungle and decided she wanted a similar space in the new oice building.

PROS > Interior design and project management by Sarah McGarry, Stantec

photography by DAVID LAUER

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DiningRoom The rug—an element that’s more often a finishing touch than a jumpingof point for a space—provided the design direction for this dramatic dining room and bar in Cherry Hills Village. “It took about a year to get [the floorcovering] finished,” says Andrea Schumacher, principal of Andrea Schumacher Interiors. But once the rug’s pattern, color, and scale were dialed in, the room’s high-contrast palette of sleek black walls and floors, white countertops and columns, and warm wood accents fell quickly into place. “The idea for the house was bringing the Hamptons to Colorado— with a twist of glam,” Schumacher says of the project she collaborated on with Alvarez Morris Architectural Studio. That East Coast vibe comes from wood-slat wall paneling—painted a matte black hue—and crisp-white marble slabs that cover the bar area’s long countertop and high cocktail table. Organic elements, including custom walnut cabinets by Abacus Cabinetry and a live-edge-wood dining table, create a Colorado connection. As for the glamour? Schumacher designed a set of black-velvet-upholstered dining chairs that are “not too stufy and a little sexy,” she says. Champagnecolored flecks in their fabric add “a lot of texture without a lot of color,” she adds—and complement the antique brass accents she employed to warm up the room: Apparatus’ Highwire Tandem chandelier, leggy bar stools, and decorative vessels on the bar’s open shelves. Add a glass-walled wine room and custom hanging rack for glasses, and this design has fine dining nailed.

PROS > Interior design by Andrea Schumacher, Andrea Schumacher Interiors Architecture by Alvarez Morris Architectural Studio Construction by Character Builders

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Library Sometimes the best designs are the ones that evolve over time: In this new home in Observatory Park, for instance, the initial plan was for a sleek, modern space. “But after several conversations with our clients, it became clear that we needed to layer in classic elements to soften the home’s look,” says Angela Coleman, principal of Spec Design and Luxe Kitchens & Interiors, who worked with Cassy Kicklighter Poole of Kaleidoscope Design on the home’s interiors. That approach delivered this serene library, whose visual anchor is a fireplace with simplified lines, topped with a wood-veneer wallcovering by Ralph Lauren Home and artwork by Kristin Blakeney. “I love the room’s layout, the huge play on symmetry,” says Poole, who placed the furnishings so they’re floating in the room. “The lines of the space—from the two-toned cofered ceiling to the geometric shapes on the rug—all reference each other and make you feel good in the room.” The other secrets to the space’s irresistible vibe? First, “a sophisticated palette with layers of pattern and texture,” Coleman says. “You can do a lot if you stay with a few muted colors expressed in a lot of materials.” And second, a smart decision to recess the TV in a credenza behind the chairs, which makes the room more than a place to binge-watch Netflix. “The owners have cofee in here, chat with friends, work on their laptops, have a cocktail in the evening,” Poole says. “It’s a space they actually use.” And that’s a payof worth waiting for.

“YOU CAN DO A LOT IF YOU STAY WITH A FEW MUTED COLORS EXPRESSED IN A LOT OF MATERIALS.”

PROS> Interior design by Angela Coleman of Spec Design and Luxe Kitchens & Interiors; Cassy Kicklighter Poole of Kaleidoscope Design Architectural design by Stephen Hentschel, Hentschel Mandil Architects Construction by AJ Kirkegaard Contractors Inc.

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Architecture It’s hard to believe, but the spot in Denver’s LoHi neighborhood where this contemporary home stands was once home to a shuttered American Legion post. It might have sat long overlooked if homeowner Rhys Duggan—who was on the hunt for a unique infill space for a modest-size single-family home and his auto collection—hadn’t found it. The site, tucked amid restaurants and other commercial buildings, with primary access of the alley, felt like the ideal location for his project. Enter Matt Davis, principal of Davis Urban Architecture, who created a design that employs simple lines, economy of form, and a raw palette of materials (exposed concrete, zinc cladding, and custom steel and glass openings), and feels residential despite its urban surroundings. “We achieved a sense of privacy and intimacy by creating a courtyard defined on one edge by a guest house and on the opposite edge by the garage and auto gallery,” Davis says. “The primary living space is on the north boundary and benefits from the large double-height doors opening to the courtyard to the south.” This living room, though grand in volume, makes use of smart scaling techniques: The fireplace’s steel form is approximately 10 feet above the floor, as is the kitchen’s wood wall. These forms align with the catwalk that connects the stairway to the bedrooms above, a strategy that “reduces the perceived scale of the large volume,” Davis says—and makes the room feel both impressive and comfortable. The moral of this home’s story? “No parcel should ever be forgotten,” Davis says. “Small parcels like this one can and should be developed to add small, bite-sized developments that increase density without destroying the neighborhood’s existing historical fabric.”

PROS > Architecture by Matt Davis, Davis Urban Architecture Landscape architecture by R Design Landscape Architects photograph by JC BUCK

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Master Bedroom Duet Design Group had clear marching orders from the owners of this Cherry Hills Village home: Make the handmade bed the centerpiece of the master bedroom. Luckily, it wasn’t an unfamiliar task: “That bed has gone with me to every bedroom I’ve done for this client,” says Devon Tobin, co-founder of the Littleton-based firm that has designed multiple homes for the young couple—including this one. Handmade by the homeowner and his father from slabs of narra hardwood, the piece is certainly rustic, but the couple’s style isn’t as easily defined: “They are truly eclectic,” Tobin says. “They love modern, they love industrial, she has a true passion for that sophisticated luxurious look…they just love good design.” To satisfy all their tastes this time around, Duet assembled a texture-rich mix of furnishings that span the style spectrum: a feminine pair of mercury-glass-and-bronze lanterns from Currey & Company; sleek wood Sho Modern nightstands with perforated-metal bases and acrylic drawer pulls; linen curtains and Roman shades; and a showstopping abstract-watercolor wallcovering from Area Environments. “The headboard is low and the ceilings are high, so the wallcovering creates a sort of ‘headboard wall,’” Tobin explains. The look, though bold, is designed to last: “I like to push the limits of design in areas that are easy to change—a crazy wallcovering, bold pillows,” Tobin says. But, she adds, when it comes to the room’s foundations—walnut-paneled ceilings, site-finished white-oak floors, custom-stained baseboards—“the longevity of those is forever.” Until the next bedroom comes along.

PROS > Interior design by Duet Design Group Architecture by Brett Linscott, Architectural Workshop Construction by Wade Cumming, C4 Ltd.

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Contemporary Kitchen When the owner of this Wash Park house asked architect Stephen Barsch and interior designer Megan Hudacky, principal of CKY Design, to replace his dim, straightoutta-the-1980s kitchen with a “warm modern” space, Barsch responded with a large, light-filled room that opens—via a 20-foot-wide, multi-slide pocket door— onto a spacious patio and swimming pool. But this presented a new challenge: “Open kitchens can easily get cluttered with hardware and drawer faces and multiple materials,” Hudacky says. Preventing that fate, she says, was “as easy as eliminating the hardware, [minimizing] the amount of upper cabinets, and using the same materials in the kitchen as we did throughout the house.” That palette— stone, wood, and metal—might sound familiar, but the ways in which Hudacky manipulated these materials is anything but. Slabs of white marble—which match the island’s top and sleek sides—create a three-sided box that conceals the range hood. Planks of reclaimed pickle-vat wood (sourced by Reclaimed DesignWorks and planed to create a not-too-rustic surface) add dimension to the wall behind the bar sink. And warm brass—typically applied

in a cabinet knob here, a faucet there— covers an entire bank of bar cabinets custom made by Scott Gottwald and David Kremer of Design Labs. “I always feel like the bar is that area where you can do something a little unconventional— and so we did,” Hudacky says. For the backsplash wall, she veered away from typical mosaic or subway tiles, opting instead for limestone rectangles set in a herringbone configuration—“a subtle way to bring in a beautiful pattern,” she explains. Broad expanses of brushed-oak cabinetry, Tom Dixon’s brass Tube table (which Hudacky customized with a new wood top), caramel-colored leather dining chairs from DwellStudio, and rows of dark metal ceiling light fixtures echo the light and dark tones of the wood-plank walls, creating a texture-rich space that’s modern, yes, but also so warm, it glows.

PROS > Interior design by Megan Hudacky, CKY Design Architecture by Stephen Barsch, Barsch Design Inc. Construction by Jason Solis, Solis and Son Construction

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Outdoor Room This Hilltop home’s outdoor living room began with a common design directive—provide privacy and shade—and solution: flexible shade sails positioned over a concrete patio. But after a year, it became clear to the homeowner that a commonplace concept just wasn’t going to cut it. “[The homeowner] wanted something sculptural and extraordinary,” says Paul Wrona, a principal at landscape architecture firm Elevate By Design. Specifically, the client envisioned a take on a traditional teahouse, built with the same palette of metal and wood used inside and outside his home. “We all fell in love with the idea,” Wrona says, and the team got to work designing a structure tall enough to match the home’s roofline, wide enough to mirror the sunken patio’s footprint, but still small enough to feel inviting and cozy. Powder-coated-steel support posts and beams give the structure stability while visually anchoring the space. Ipe wood slats lend a sense of softness. To achieve some irregularity in the design, Wrona’s team created a rendering with a generic layout of the slats, then the homeowner and Chad Beall of Tree Frog Woodworking adjusted the design as they laid each piece on site, leaving one side open to “invite an existing L-shaped water feature into the space,” Wrona says. A screen designed to look like a smaller version of the teahouse provides privacy for an adjacent outdoor kitchen. A minimalist fire feature designed by Denver architecture firm Entasis Group, smartly placed LED up- and downlights on the teahouse, and orb-shaped light fixtures wash the outdoor room with a warm glow, rounding out a design that’s functional by day—and downright magical by night.

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Revamping a century-old Cheesman Park estate teaches a lesson: Teamwork makes the (design) dream work. The group behind this reno tells us how they brought an iconic Denver home back to life. story by KATHRYN O’SHEA-EVANS


was overwhelmingly large, the family opted to divide it into two spaces, creating this inviting arrangement. “It was extremely diicult to build the pocket doors, which match the historical windows,” says Josh Fiester, CEO of Factor Design Build. “They’re 1,000 pounds each and 10 feet tall!” Right: Denver’s Factor Design Build restored the handsome staircase.

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The grande dame of Cheesman Park was looking—at 106 years old—more than tired. Built in 1912 in the Italian Renaissance style, she’d housed only three families over a century, during which time careless renovations had rendered her a strange conglomeration of disparate design epochs—right up to her third level, last updated in 1972 and every bit the Brady Bunch set sprung to life. Her new owners asked themselves the inevitable question—one that aging Tinseltown sirens have pondered silently for decades: How do you give an icon a major facelift while preserving her unique character, so she still looks like herself? The answer was to call in the professionals: design-build firm Factor Design Build and interior designer Beth Armijo. Their task? To update the 8,000-square-foot home and bring back some of its original charm. “The homeowners wanted to make things a little more accessible for a modern family—not quite as formal,” says Jane Blumer, architect at Factor Design

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–Architect Jane Blumer

Above: A blue back wall draws the eye to the den’s built-in bookscase. The chandelier is by Avrett. Top right: Interior designer Beth Armijo softened the wood frame of the homeowners’ four-poster bed with cozy textiles. Right: Architect Jane Blumer kept the master suite’s original ireplace to preserve the room’s inviting vibe. The tiled loor’s intricate pattern evokes the Edwardian era.

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Build. To do that, the team tore most of the home down to the studs before reimagining the floor plan; re-creating (and sometimes adding entirely new) staircases and windows; swapping out the old floors on the second and third levels for quarter-sawn white oak planks; replacing plumbing and electrical systems and fixtures; and supplementing the steam boiler with modern heating and cooling systems. To that newly functional structure, the design trio added “historical finishes in a more modern style,” says Josh Fiester, co-founder and CEO of Factor Design Build. Throughout the five-bedroom, sevenbathroom home, they re-created period moldings; designed pocket doors to match window silhouettes; installed Italian marble tile; and generally sweated all the small stuf: “We restored the dining room chandelier, got its 10,000 crystals cleaned, and hung it in the stairway,” Fiester says. Even the new radiator covers—custom-made from painted poplar wood—are period-accurate. According to Armijo, maintaining uniformity among old and new woodwork was key to this design’s success. “It’s amazing how they kept it so true to the house—the detail is impeccable,” she says. Armijo created a livable vibe by combining many of the homeowners’ existing furnishings with timeless

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Facing page: The breakfast nook’s custom banquette is upholstered with easy-to-clean Kravet vinyl, a smart decision for a family with young kids. Visual Comfort’s glitzy Jacqueline chandelier adds a note of levity to counterbalance the solid wood table. Left: Symmetry gives the renovated kitchen a classical style. In lieu of standard-issue 2-by-4-inch backsplash tile, Armijo selected a vertical-arrow shape for eye-catching allure. Below: The upper cabinets’ glass doors create a feeling of openness—without requiring any of the dusting that open shelving demands. Visual Comfort’s Cambridge pendants, inspired by Ball jars, impart a historical note.

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Above: A custom pair of extra-long 9th Street sofas from Hickory Chair allow the whole clan to lounge in the family room. Facing page: A ridged-glass chandelier by Visual Comfort casts an attractive glow over dinner parties. The art—from Robischon Gallery—is by Deborah Dancy: “Folly’s Capture,” (left) and “Trapped By My Own Devices.”

custom designs. “The house had enough of a period look, so the furniture is much cleaner,” says the designer, who also selected the lighting fixtures, paint, and tile. But nods to the home’s roots still make appearances, from the master bathroom’s fresh take on the classic, 19th-century clawfoot tub to lights that reinterpret period styles—“like the Ball-jar-inspired lanterns in the kitchen,” Armijo says. A neutral palette of family-friendly materials— including hard-wearing wool—unifies the rooms. “For a historical house it was pretty open, and we renovated it to be even more so. It didn’t have too many choppy rooms, so the palette flows through the spaces,” Armijo says. A few carefully chosen patterns—from the stair runner’s medallions to the kitchen banquette’s striped pillows—prevent the look from becoming staid. Armijo’s secret to pattern success: Approach a room as you would an outfit. “It’s like when you put your pinstripe suit together,” she says. “You might wear a solid shirt with a paisley tie and mix up the scale.” Now, from the outside, the home built the year the Titanic sank still looks very much the same. But inside, she’s been reborn—proof positive that age is nothing but a number.

NODS TO THE HOME’S ROOTS STILL MAKE APPEARANCES... “

like the Bal-jarinspired lanterns in the kitchen.”

–Interior Designer Beth Armijo

DESIGN PROS > Interior design by Beth Armijo, Armijo Design Group Architecture by Jane Blumer, Factor Design Build Art consulting by Ann Benson Reidy & Associates Cabinets by Michael Brotherton Woodwork & Design


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A new window—customized to it the original opening—loods the living room with natural light. A leggy mix of furnishings emphasizes the bright, open vibe: Blu Dot’s Strut console table, large and small round Tablo tables by Normann Copenhagen, and Gus Modern’s GT Rocker.

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DENVER DESIGN A top-to-bottom renovation gives a disheveled Highland Victorian a modern loor plan and breezy vibe that belie its true age.


A pair of Muuto’s Under the Bell pendant lamps—the shades are made from recycled plastic felt—illuminates a white Strut dining table from Blu Dot. A hairon-hide rug provides another simple adornment. An original door is now a tall window that extends right down to the loor. Facing page, top left: A tiny table from IKEA and toddler-friendly chairs create a pint-size dining area adjacent to the kitchen, dining room, and family room. Facing page, top right: Architect Caroline Wilding created the entry hall’s dramatic chandelier using black light ixture cord from the Color Cord Company and assorted parts from the Home Depot. The Splash coat rack is from Blu Dot, and the tiny stool is a vintage ind.


The relocated kitchen ofers eye-catching design details: a backsplash of Statuario Select marble, grain-matched walnut cabinetry designed by Caroline Wilding and fabricated by Precision Interiors, Silestone’s Cemento quartz countertops, and sleek counter stools by Magis.

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he transformation of the Highland neighborhood’s old Queen Anne Victorians, Craftsman bungalows, and classic cottages into modern million-dollar homes is often so dramatic, it seems a bit dizzying at times. But the most amazing thing about the rehabilitation of this 1888 Victorian isn’t its one-eighty from dreary to bright, but that its new owners—professional baseball player Josh Thole and his wife, Kathryn—decided to renovate it at all.

The three-story house had major flaws—a choppy floor plan, spooky attic, hidden basement room— and was in such bad repair, it would cost more to fix it up than to tear the whole thing down and start from scratch. But the couple fell in love with it nonetheless and felt that renovating was the right thing to do. That attitude was the perfect match for Denver-based design-build firm Design Platform, which specializes in adaptive reuse projects— and in spotting potential in unlikely places. “A lot of the things you’d want from an old Victorian

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The original red-brick wall provides a historical context for new, industrial design details—a hot-rolled-steel ireplace wall, black-metal-framed windows— and modern furnishings, including Article’s Gaba modular sofa, an Eames lounge chair and ottoman, and an Arco loor lamp from Design Within Reach.

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home had already been taken out of this house,” says Jonas DiCaprio, the firm’s principal and an architect and general contractor for the project, “but not having to work around lots of original details allowed us to focus on improving the function of the space, which needed to work for the couple and their children.” Here, DiCaprio and the project’s lead architect, Caroline Wilding (who now runs her own firm, Construct Design // Architecture), describe a transformation that achieved just that—while rewriting the design rules for a historical Victorian home.

is all new?” We decided the language for this house would be to leave as much of the original texture as we could, and make every intervention as minimal and modern as possible. Which original details did you preserve? CW: We approached it in a surgical way: We left

specific pieces of trim, revealed areas of the existing brick, and preserved the staircase that connects the first and second floors. We repaired as many exterior details as possible, and chose a less-is-more paint palette to let the textures and workmanship shine.

5280 Home: From the street, this looks like a classic Queen Anne Victorian—except for that front porch. Jonas DiCaprio: The roof that covered the front entry

So then, what did you change? CW: The house was divided into many diferent rooms,

was falling of the house, so we had to take it—and the porch—down. Caroline Wilding: When we realized we’d have to rebuild, we asked ourselves, “Are we going to do a fake-Victorian porch or be true to the fact that this

which didn’t work for this family. So we combined several rooms to create an open living-dining-family area. We added a mudroom and powder room, transformed an extra room into a second-floor playroom for the kids, and turned the entire third floor into a master suite.

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The master bedroom’s serene palette takes its inspiration from distressed white-oak loors.

Top: A custom light ixture and iron railing adorn the stairway leading to the third-loor master suite. Above: Minimal design details make a big impact in the master bathroom: Trueform Concrete’s Floating concrete sinks, wall-mounted faucets by Newport Brass, and Cedar & Moss’ Fjord Rod pendant lights. Floating under-sink shelves provide a spot for storage baskets.

Right: The old Victorian home’s new, metal-wrapped porch roof channels rainwater shed by the main roof down into concrete planters—watering the plants via perforated pipes—and out onto the street. A simple palette of light gray and white paints gives the structure a modern edge while highlighting the texture of its original details.


JD: We also made changes to help them enjoy the

Colorado environment. The powder room and family room open onto the backyard, and the dining room and kitchen are oriented toward the back as well. We really wanted the outdoor space to function as an additional living area. Did that kind of practicality drive all the finish and furnishing selections? JD: We pushed for finishes that would make life

easier. The flooring—concrete in the new addition and prefinished white oak elsewhere—is very forgiving. It has a lot of variation in texture and color, so it hides dirt well. CW: A great example is the kids’ bedroom: Those are just mattresses on the floor—but Kathryn dressed them with amazing European bedding—and her homemade, house-shaped “headboards” are just black tape on the wall! So many unexpected design details! Any favorites? JD: When we were reframing the third floor, we

realized that the master bedroom could have a view of downtown… CW: So I added a skylight to the underside of the gabled roof so Kathryn and Josh can see the skyline from bed. Did this project reveal the secret to modernizing an old Denver home? CW: I think the key was that we weren’t trying to do

a fake Victorian and make the new spaces look like they’ve always been there. It turned out to be a really nice dialogue between the old and the new.

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Facing page and above: The kids’ bedroom is furnished with a teepee, whiteboard, and fun wall art. House-shaped outlines on the wall—made with black tape by homeowner Kathryn Thole—function as headboards. European bedding dresses up mattresses that rest directly atop distressed whiteoak loors. Left: A custom scribble pattern—which Wilding designed using black and white hexagonal tiles from Arizona Tile—adds some fun to the loor in the kids’ upstairs bathroom. Wilding also designed the custom mirror cabinet, which has concealed LED light strips on its top and bottom, and was built by local fabricator David Kremer. The modern takes on classic pedestal sinks are by Toto, and the eye-catching shower curtain is from CB2.

DESIGN PROS > Architecture and construction by Caroline Wilding and Jonas DiCaprio, Design Platform Interior finishes by Caroline Wilding, Design Platform Interior furniture and decor by homeowner Kathryn Thole and Jenny Walsh, JJ Scholl

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The Luxe team is dedicated to exposing their clients to innovative concepts, products and ideas. Principal Angela Coleman and her design team are personally involved in every decision throughout the design process and enjoy collaborating one-on-one with their clients. The Luxe team is committed to a highly personalized experience creating a design process that is always fun and inspirational!

Luxe Kitchens + Interiors sole partnership with custom cabinetry manufacturer, Plato Woodwork, is a one of a kind collaboration of designers and craftspeople working together to turn custom concepts and designs into reality. A 5th generation family owned business, Plato Woodwork

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The faces of LANDSCAPE DESIGN Brandon Knight (Partner) started K&D Landscape in 1994 from a lawn service he began in high school. With a love for equipment and creativity, Brandon hit the ground running and never looked back. Jon LeDuc (Partner) also had a lawn service during high school that he started in 2003. This ignited a passion for Jon in the industry. Going on to graduate from CSU with a degree in Landscape Horticulture, Jon started Duke’s Landscape Design, LLC, in 2009. Jon says he’s passionate about the landscape industry because of the variety of skills one must possess as a leader. “A lot of thought and physical work goes into completing a full-scale project and once we reach that point of completion, only the seed has been planted. A well-executed plan matures and evolves with more brilliance and beauty as the years go by. There are not too many industries that can say the same thing!” “We carry a great deal of pride in our individual backgrounds and contributions to Outdoor Lifestyles,” says Jon. “A lot of our staff has been with us since the beginning. Everybody in this selective team plays an important role in what makes us who we are. We effectively balance art and customer service

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to deliver a one-of-a-kind experience.” Outdoor Lifestyles leads in creating art in sustainable landscapes that cater to their clients’ tastes. “We lead in giving company-wide attention to our clients, from technicians to owners. We lead in creating an experience for our clients every time they retreat to their outdoor space or entertain.” “Our goal,” Jon continues, “is to be nationally recognized based on our designs, company operations, and innovations in the industry. Currently, we employ 20–25 people in a season. As we grow, our core beliefs and values will remain the foundation of our successes and achievements.” The Outdoor Lifestyles family delivers a full-circle service. “We envision the dream, build the dream, and keep the dream alive for years to come.”

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The faces of AWARD WINNING ARCHITECTURE Tomecek Studio is one of Colorado’s most award-winning design firms, presenting one of a kind projects that heighten the senses and celebrate the unique qualities of place. The studio’s projects include residences, creative commercial spaces, breweries, parks / recreation pavilions, aviation structures and even artistic installations. This firm exudes passion for design that challenges the status quo. Design Principal Brad Tomecek: “We are most proud of the design excellence we bring to our endeavors. Each project is a unique opportunity to explore client needs, goals and site context. Our collaborative process unfolds a vision with our clients so that we can create thoughtful environments through experiential design. We Design Experiences!”

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The faces of CONSTRUCTION ARCHITECTURE Design Platform, founded in 2009, is a modern Architecture and Construction company focused on a mix of residential and commercial projects. Their projects typically involve the adaptive reuse of existing older structures. Design Platform is a balanced group of 8 talented individuals evenly split between Architecture and Construction. They offer full service from initial design consultation through completion of construction. Additionally, they have a full service workshop (www.platformworkshop.com) that specializes in millwork, furniture, and bar/restaurant fixtures to provide an even more comprehensive approach to their projects. Design Platform specializes in work on Mid Century Modern homes,

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and giving great homes from eras like the 1940’s – 1970’s in Denver’s older neighborhoods a brand new life. Their style is clean, modern, but still warm and inviting. They have won multiple Denver Mayor’s Design Awards for their commercial work, and been published extensively both locally and nationally.

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Broadway, Suite 200, 720-932-6633, alvarez morris.com. Construction: Character Builders Colorado, 1212 S. Broadway, 720-570-5720, characterbuildersco.com. Decor: Wood-slab dining table top, HD Buttercup, hdbuttercup. com; custom dining chairs, designed by Andrea Schumacher Interiors, fabricated by DC Upholstery Workshop (now Rooster Socks Furniture), 1105 W. Custer Place, 720-317-3148, rooster socksfurniture.com; velvet upholstery fabric, Clarke & Clarke, clarke-clarke.com; Highwire Tandem chandelier, Apparatus, apparatus studio.com; custom wool and viscose rug, Shaver-Ramsey Fine & Custom Rugs, 589 Fillmore St., 303-320-6363, shaver-ramsey. com; custom cabinetry, Abacus Cabinetry, 1474 S. Acoma St., 303-781-2493, abacuscabinetry. com; Swiss Cofee paint (columns and ceiling), Benjamin Moore, benjaminmoore.com. LIBRARY > Interior design: Angela Coleman, Spec Design and Luxe Kitchens & Interiors, 1059 S. Gaylord St., 720-440-9448, luxeki.com; Cassy Kicklighter Poole, Kaleidoscope Design, 303-521-7297, kaleidoscopedesigndenver.com. Architectural design: Stephen Hentschel, Hentschel Mandil Inc., 846 Elati St., 303-8925805, mandilinc.com. Construction: AJ Kirkegaard Contractors Inc., 2133 S. Bellaire St., Suite 6, 720-557-0032, ajkcontractors. com. Interior trim and woodworking: Erik Barsch, Barsch Woodworks, 720-656-9268, barschwoodworks.net. Decor: Executive Suite chevron wallcovering, Ralph Lauren Home, ralphlaurenhome.com; Cara sofa, Mitchell Gold & Bob Williams, Cherry Creek Shopping Center, 3000 E. First Ave., 720-214-8060, mgbwhome. com. Akasia Dapple carpet, Kravet, Denver Design District, 595 S. Broadway, 303-7331891, kravet.com; end tables, Arteriors, arteriorshome.com. ARCHITECTURE > Architecture: Matt Davis, Davis Urban Architecture, 3361 Tejon St., 303-919-9530, davisurban.com. Landscape architecture: R Design Landscape Architects, 1200 Bannock St., 303-600-8795, rdesignstudios.com.

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MASTER BEDROOM > Interior design: Duet Design Group, 5650 S. Windermere St., Littleton, 303-783-9327, duetdesigngroup.com. Architecture: Brett Linscott, Architectural Workshop, 280 S. Pennsylvania St., 303-7881717, archshop.com. Construction: Wade Cumming, C4 Ltd., 970-418-2788, c4build.com. Decor: Live-edge wood slab bed, owners’ collection; Abington chandeliers, Currey & Company, Candelabra, shopcandelabra.com; Pull My dressers, Sho Modern, shomodern.com; AP-2 Genesis wallcovering, Area Environments, areaenvironments.com; bolster pillow fabric, Camengo, camengo.fr; Wicklow Heather duvet cover, Niche Bedding & Living, easternaccents. com; custom rug, Aztec Carpet & Rug, 1957 W. 14th Ave., 303-825-1103, aztecrug.com; walnut drapery rod, inial, and rings, Jab Anstoetz Group, jab.de; drapery trim fabric, Samuel & Sons, samuelandsons.com.


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pit design: Entasis Group, 1501 W. 124th Ave., Suite 100, Westminster, 720-309-1151, entasis group.com; installed by Old Greenwich Builders, 4100 E. Mississippi Ave., Glendale, 303-3332234, oldgreenwichbuilders.com. Lighting: Steve Wurst, Alliance Outdoor Lighting, 303653-1587, allianceoutdoorlighting.com, and placed by Chad Beall, Tree Frog Woodworking.

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OUTDOOR ROOM > Teahouse design: Elevate By Design, 2828 N. Speer Blvd., Suite 120, 303-567-6300, ebdstudios.com. Screen fabrication: Chad Beall, Tree Frog Woodworking, 720-331-3403, treefrogwoodworking.com. Fire

Pages 82–89 Architecture: Jane Blumer, Factor Design Build, 3246 Larimer St., 303-872-3482, factor designbuild.com. Interior design: Beth Armijo, Armijo Design Group, 1700 Bassett St., 303-877-3343, armijodesigngroup.com. Construction: Josh Fiester, Lam La, Travis Orme Factor Design Build. Art consultation: Ann Benson Reidy, Ann Benson Reidy & Associates, 1700 E. 17th Ave., Suite 201, 303-522-2979, annbensonreidy.com. Cabinetry: Michael Brotherton Woodwork & Design, 12 Mill St., Jamestown, 303-579-7150, brotherton woodwork.com. Breakfast nook: Jacqueline chandelier and Vivian double sconce, Visual Comfort, visualcomfort.com; Josephine chair, Serena & Lily, serenaandlily.com; custom breakfast table, Ryan Schlaefer Fine Furniture, Carter, Inc., Denver Design District, 595 S. Broadway, Suite 113W, 303-794-4722,

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CONTEMPORARY KITCHEN > Interior design: Megan Hudacky, CKY Design, 29 Galapago St., 303-204-2035, ckydesigns.com. Architecture: Stephen Barsch, Barsch Design Inc., 743 W. Sixth Ave., 303-534-1121, barsch design.com. Construction: Jason Solis, Solis and Son Construction, 3054 S. Andes St., Aurora, 303-669-7041. Cabinetry and custom built-ins: Scott Gottwald and David Kremer, Design Labs Fine Furniture, 1250 Simms St., Unit 102, Lakewood, 720-989-6400, design labsinefurniture.com; Decor: black soapstone countertops, The Stone Collection, 4210 Carson St., 303-307-8100, thestonecollection.com; brushed limestone backsplash tile, Materials Marketing, 601 S. Broadway, Suite R, 303-7776007, materials-marketing.com; reclaimed pickle-vat wall paneling, Reclaimed DesignWorks, 601 S. Broadway, Suite T, 720-709-2323, reclaimeddesignworks.com; Tube table with custom wood top, Tom Dixon, at Studio Como, 2535 Walnut St., 303-296-1495, studiocomo. com; leather armchairs, DwellStudio, dwell studio.com; Fjord Surface light ixtures (above bar cabinet), Cedar and Moss, cedarandmoss. com; Grant wall sconce in vintage brass (above open shelving), Arteriors, at lumens.com; deck-mounted 4-hole gooseneck kitchen set with side spray in Vintage Brass, Watermark, watermark-designs.com.


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SO FRESH, SO CLEAN Pages 90–97 Architecture and construction: Caroline Wilding (architect of record, now principal of Construct Design // Architecture, constructda.com) and Jonas DiCaprio (architect and general contractor), Design Platform, 1131 W. Custer Place, 720-939-9988, design platformllc.com. Interior finishes, lighting, fixtures, cabinetry design: Caroline Wilding. Interior furnishings and decor: homeowner Kathryn Thole; Jenny Walsh, JJ Scholl, jjscholl. com. Structural engineering: Anchor Engineering, 2535 17th St., Suite A, 303-783-4797, anchoreng.com. Landscape design: Zach of All Trades, 720-552-5312, zachofalltradesllc. com. Audio/visual: Soundwave A/V and Design, 720-514-9283, soundwavedesign.com. Windows: Western Window Systems, western windowsystems.com, supplied by Front Range Window & Door, 303-471-5788, frontrange window.com. Wood loors: Jasper European brushed white oak distressed hardwood, Build Direct, builddirect.com. Interior wall and trim paint: Extra White 7006, Sherwin-Williams, sherwin-willams.com. Foyer: Splash coat rack, Blu Dot, bludot.com; custom light ixture cord,

From “So Fresh, So Clean”

Color Cord Company, colorcord.com. Living room: Twilight Sleeper Sofa in Light Blue, Design Within Reach, 2701 E. First Ave., 720407-0000, dwr.com; GT Rocker, Gus, gus modern.com; Gus Modern High Park chairs, at Dwell, dwell.com; Tablo tables, large and small, in white, Normann Copenhagen, normanncopenhagen.com; Strut console table, Blu Dot; rug, Safavieh, safavieh.com; custom light ixture designed and fabricated by Nathan Warner for Warbach Lighting & Design, warbach.com. Dining room: Strut large table in White, Blu Dot; Under the Bell lights by Muuto & Iskos-Berlin, A+R, aplusrstore.com. Family room: Gaba modular sofa, Article, article.com; Eames lounge chair and ottoman, Design Within Reach; Arco loor lamp, Design Within Reach; RET27709079 rug in Black/Light Grey, Safavieh; vintage Eames wire side chair, owners’ collection. Kitchen: Statuario Select marble backsplash, Galleria of Stone, 12655 E. 42nd Ave., Suite 60, 303-515-2904, galleriaofstone.net, fabricated and installed by YK Stone Center, 188 Federal Blvd., 303-935-6185, ykstonecenter.com; custom walnut cabinetry with custom stain, designed by Caroline Wilding, fabricated by Precision Interiors, 4211 S. Natches Court, Suite H, Englewood, 303-761-7673, precisioninteriors. com; Cemento countertop, Silestone, sile stoneusa.com, fabricated and installed by YK Stone Center; Blancoculina Semi-Professional kitchen faucet, Blanco, blanco-germany.com, from Ferguson, ferguson.com; Magis Stool_One counter stools, YLiving, yliving.com. Powder room: Luxe white and black 1-inch hexagonal tile, custom design by Caroline Wilding, Arizona Tile, 10100 E. 45th Ave., 303-574-2990, arizonatile.com; Industrial Rivet Pivot Mirror in Aged Steel, Restoration Hardware, RH Denver, the Gallery at Cherry Creek, Cherry Creek Shopping Center, 2900 E. First Ave., 303-3311938, restorationhardware.com. Playroom: Asterisk rug in Denim, Café Square Play Table, Madeleine Play Chairs, all Restoration Hardware. Master bathroom: Marmol Venatino porcelain loor tile, Arizona Tile; H-Line Cotton Gloss wall tile, Arizona Tile; handshowers, Hansgrohe, hansgrohe-usa.com; Barcelona tub, Victoria & Albert, vandabaths.com.

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rtsfurnituredesign.com; custom pillows and drapery, Summit Drapery, 5371 Tennyson St., 303-480-9988. Dining room: Linear ridged glass modern chandelier, Shades of Light, shadesolight.com; area rug, Floor Coverings by CPA, Denver Design District, 595 S. Broadway, Suite 116E, 303-722-4700, cpacarpets. com. Entry: Guy Clipped Corner door cabinet, Lillian August, at Chuck Wells & Associates, Denver Design District, 595 S. Broadway, Suite 112W, 303-744-8584, chuckwells. com; Gordana mirror, Uttermost, Columbine Showroom, Denver Design District, 595 S. Broadway, Suite 105E, 303-722-4400, columbineshowroom.com; lamp, Hof Miller, Denver Design District, 595 S. Broadway, Suite 106E, 303-698-0800, hofmiller.com. Living room: Bernhardt Candace sofa and pillows and Clinton chairs, Columbine Showroom; area rug, Floor Coverings by CPA. Family room: Custom 9th Street sofas, Hickory Chair, Hof Miller; Hickory White cocktail table, Lillian August, at Chuck Wells & Associates; custom carved bench, Denver Upholstery, 5524 E. Colfax Ave., 303-782-9454, denverupholstery. com. Garden room: Savannah chandelier, Avrett, at Shanahan Collection, Denver Design District, 595 S. Broadway, Suite 105W, 303778-7088, shanahancollection.com; round side table and Hickory Chair Jules chair with Egg & Dart fabric, Hof Miller; ottoman upholstered with Pollack fabric, Denver Upholstery; Proiles sofa with Pollack fabric and Dovetail Table, Ambella Home Collection, at Chuck Wells & Associates; area rug, Floor Coverings by CPA. Kitchen: Cambridge medium smoke bell pendant, Visual Comfort; custom bar stools, Denver Upholstery. Master bedroom: drapery, pillows, and shams, Summit Drapery; chest, Hof Miller; accessories and lamp, Accessory Warehouse, 3636 S. Jason St., Englewood, 303-781-3377, accessorywarehouseinc.com.


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DENVER | $17,500,000 Bright and open Cherry Creek Paired Home boasts impeccable location, options for entertaining and perfect private spaces. A sculptural staircase creates a column of light connecting the four floors. Live large on every level, or modestly on the middle two. A quartz topped kitchen counter wraps abundant cabinetry, Sub Zero fridge, six burner Wolf range, and a Fischer Paykel dual drawer dishwasher. DIANE VAN HORN 720.775.9165 diane.vanhorn@coloradohomes.com

DENVER | $1,350,000 Living large in this fantastic Infinity home directly across from Sandhills Prairie Park located in Conservatory green. The elegant home offers a gorgeous open layout for modern living with seven bedrooms and six bathrooms, soaring ceilings, gourmet kitchen, and a gorgeous master suite. This Stapleton home truly has it all.

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BROOMFIELD | $1,150,000 Your chance to live in the most desired neighborhood in Broomfield on extremely rare, approx. 50,600 square foot corner lot. Wildgrass offers 730 plus acres of open space and trails. Beautiful home backs to open space with unobstructed Mountain Views all around you, including Longs Peak and Boulder’s Flatirons. Corner lot with rare four car garage and private cul-de-sac location. Gourmet kitchen.

KARIE TRETER 720.256.5334 karietreter@msn.com

DENVER | $925,000 Stunning home by Infinity Home Collection. This modern, open concept floor plan has four bedrooms and four baths. Kitchen with large island, Jenn-Air appliances, including six burner stove top with griddle. You’ll be amazed by the glass wall in den and family room fireplace. Updated light fixtures and extra details make this one in a million. Enjoy the oversized covered patio and large corner lot.

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CHERRY HILLS VILLAGE | $4,950,000

CENTENNIAL | $4,000,000

Welcome to this stunning gated estate on approximately 2.54 acres in Cherry Hills Village with complete privacy and breath-taking views. Exceptional indoor and outdoor living spaces. The grounds include a pool, hot tub and a heated pool pavilion.

Roll up your sleeves and earn some instant equity! Great curb appeal in a highly sought after neighborhood and school district. Quite a few things already completed: newer roof, siding, windows. Now it is your turn to customize and personalize!

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DENVER | $1,650,000

DENVER | $1,200,000

Nestled between two strikingly landscaped ponds in Polo Club North community, you’re away from the bustle of Cherry Creek but close enough to enjoy the amenities.Quiet, ranch-style condo has the prime location, with stunning water views.

Cherry Creek living at its inest in this three bedroom, four bathroom light-illed spacious duplex. Enjoy an open loor plan, beautiful hardwood loors, great room with ireplace and large private patio. Entertain like a pro in the gourmet kitchen and relax in the Master Suite with a steam shower.

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DENVER | $1,120,000

RED FEATHER LAKES | $950,000

Look no further, renovated ranch on a large lot in the heart of Southern Hills, featuring a move in ready open concept loor plan. Entertain friends and family in chef’s kitchen with Wolf cooktop and double ovens. Vaulted ceiling in main great room.

Truly the most spectacular location for this beautiful furnished custom home nestled in the Rocky Mountains in North Colorado. Private setting for like new Luxury Colorado Mountain retreat. Open loor plan with foyer open to the dynamic great room.

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LONE TREE | $829,000

EVERGREEN | $790,000

Stunning home in the energy wise enclave of Parkside at Ridgegate. High-end cabinetry, ixtures, and inishes throughout. Wide-open loor plan with soaring two-story great room. Minutes from everything Lone Tree has to offer. Look no further, Welcome Home.

Stunning Four Bedroom, Four Bath Mountain Contemporary with Mount Evans and 180 Degree Mountain and Valley Views! This home was completely remodeled inside and out in 2007! Impeccable! Enchanting Garden Walk-Way takes you to the Entry/Main Level.

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LYONS | $788,000

EVERGREEN | $775,000

Absolutely stunning setting in Lyons. This beautiful home sits at the base of Steamboat Mountain protected open space and has an incredible fenced and terraced backyard. Dramatic interior with soaring walls of glass in the living room and open kitchen rich cherry cabinets.

Calling All Artists! Wonderful one-owner custom home built from an artist’s vision. Live the Colorado dream in this lovely mountain home. Multiple windows offer amazing views from Mount Evans to Longs Peak. Huge art studio can be used as guest suite.

LAURA LEVY 303.931.8080 laura.levy@coloradohomes.com

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DENVER | $745,000

DENVER | $725,000

Beautiful Park Hill Craftsman Bungalow. This one will win you over with its character, charm and desirable updates. Warm and inviting entrance with spacious Living Room, wood burning ireplace encased with original wood work and built-in desk.

Fabulous two bedroom, two bath condo in the heart of Cherry Creek! Located across the street from the Cherry Creek bike trail and within close walking distance to exceptional restaurants and shops. Spacious condo with many wonderful features.

ELIZABETH MURPHY 303.842.5063 | elizabeth.murphy@coloradohomes.com ElizabethMurphy.CBinTouch.com

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PARKER | $699,000

EVERGREEN | $675,000

Wow, this is the perfect country house! Five and one-half beautiful acres of horse property with majestic front-range mountain views. Inside you’ll love the open loor plan, walnut oak loors, custom gourmet kitchen with stainless steel appliances.

Charming Five Bedroom, Three Bath, Mountain Contemporary on Approximately 3.3 Acres. Backing to approximately 40 Acres of Denver Parks Open Space! End of Cul-de-sac privacy, sweeping Mountain Views and an easy stroll to Marshdale Elementary and Marshdale Park!

KELLY BACA 303.748.3295 | kelly.baca@coloradohomes.com AgentKellyBaca.com

KEVIN FREADHOFF 303.803.6949 | kevinsellshomes@yahoo.com MountainHomeForYou.com

EVERGREEN | $675,000

DENVER | $675,000

Beautiful Four Bedroom, Three Bath Raised Ranch on a Park-Like Lot in sought after Evergreen Meadows. This one is Pristine and Spotless! Remodeled, Updated and Upgraded throughout. Home Builder’s own home last 27 Years! Quality Workmanship!

Updated Park Hill bungalow with original details located on great block with mature trees close to 17th Avenue Parkway. Open kitchen with quartz and stainless overlooking dining and living rooms. Three bedrooms and two bathrooms. Large lot and fabulous yard.

KEVIN FREADHOFF 303.803.6949 | kevinsellshomes@yahoo.com MountainHomeForYou.com

MARILYN DANA 303.378.1089 | marilyn@marilyndana.com MarilynDana.com

ENGLEWOOD | $675,000

MORRISON | $649,000

This is the one that you have been waiting for - the total package! Gorgeous, completely remodeled two story home in coveted Cherry Creek Vista. Amazing updated kitchen with double oven, tons of cabinetry, granite counters and enormous breakfast bar.

Beautiful Remodeled Four Bedroom, Three Bath Colorado Classic A Frame on Approximately 2.15 Park-Like Acres. The walkway welcomes you with wonderful outdoor patios, expansive decks, enchanting areas to explore, garden beds and more.

JENNIFER BUB 303.253.4969 | jennifer.bub@coloradohomes.com jenniferbubrealestate.com

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BROOMFIELD | $639,900

LOUISVILLE | $639,000

Gorgeous Ranch in serene Anthem community! New school serving Anthem is Thunder Vista (PreK-Eighth). Basement inish is phenomenal! Enormous recreation room, built-in shelves, custom kitchen (includes dishwasher, full size refrigerator, wine cooler).

A Gem abutting Open Space. Step into a remodeled kitchen with granite, stainless appliances, Bosch dishwasher, Samsung French door fridge and a gas stove. Master bathroom has heated loors, granite, and a wood ireplace. 2013 Swamp cooler.

SEAN AND JANET WILLCOX 303.903.5255 | janet.willcox@coloradohomes.com willcox2@comcast.net

MARCELLE PARTRIDGE 303.945.0553 marcelle.partridge@coloradohomes.com

LITTLETON | $630,000

CASTLE ROCK | $629,900

Beautiful Ken Caryl Valley Setting! Private Lot, Mature Trees On CulDeSac. Soaring Ceilings, Great Natural Light. Four Bedroom, Four Bath, Updated Kitchen With Hardwood Floors, Family Room With Gas Fireplace And Professionally Finished Basement. Gorgeous Area.

Quick access to I-25, homes sits on the 14th fairway of Plum Creek Golf Course. Great mountain views. Three bedrooms, three baths; study (fourth bedroom), inished walkout basement. Five piece master bath. Open loor plan with granite countertops, stainless steel appliances.

KELLY REDPATH 303.548.4058 | kelly@kellyredpath.com KellyRedpath.com

RHONDA HARMON 720.501.8524 rhonda@sceniccoloradohomes.com

PARKER | $594,900

LITTLETON | $589,000

Few homes in Parker have the magical appeal of this Tudor nestled into The Pinery. A peaceful backyard in the highly desirable neighborhood just minutes from all amenities of shopping and entertainment. At every turn you’ll discover something amazing

Mid-century modern ranch style home is perfect for entertaining but retains intimate spaces for a quiet evening at home. You’ll love the cook’s kitchen with center island, breakfast nook, cherry cabinets, granite counters and stainless appliances.

MICHELLE ORLANDINO 303.908.1871 michelle.orlandino@coloradohomes.com

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ROBIN BUNNELL 303.880.5834 | robin.bunnell@coloradohomes.com RobinBunnell.cbintouch.com

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DENVER | $585,000

ENGLEWOOD | $585,000

Welcome home to this gorgeous two-story Stapleton home located on a premium west-facing lot with four bedrooms, four bathrooms and approx. 2,400 + total square feet. The sun-illed, open loor plan is tailor-it for everyday living or fun social gatherings.

Mid-century modern home in Arapahoe Acres, the irst post World War II neighborhood to receive historic designation. The Walker House, built in 1952, has many elements sought after in these homes. Featuring an open loor plan, loor to ceiling glass.

KIMBERLY AUSTIN 303.360.6400 | kimberly@anotherjustsold.com AnotherJustSold.com

KIKI CANNON 303.717.6196 | kikicannon@comcast.net KiKiCannon.com

BRIGHTON | $575,000

CASTLE PINES | $565,000

This property has it all, four bedrooms, four bath two-story home on approx. 1.8 acres, approximately 30 x 48 shop/outbuilding, no HOA and horses/chickens allowed. The house features hardwood loors, granite counters, peninsula breakfast bar and great room with gas ireplace.

Beautifully maintained Castle Pines North home with Main Floor Master Suite! Newly reinished hardwood loors highlighting open concept loor plan great for entertaining. Four additional bedrooms and full bath with double vanity located upstairs.

MIKE GREELEY 970.215.3002 | michael.greeley@coloradohomes.com ColoradoHomes.com/MikeGreeley

TASHA CARRINGTON 303.618.4237 tasha.carrington@coloradohomes.com

MONUMENT | $550,000

DENVER | $550,000

Gorgeous and immaculate ranch-style home in desirable neighborhood of Woodmoor Greens with unobstructed and panoramic mountain views. The open layout on the main level features gleaming hardwood loors, vaulted ceilings, den/study with French doors.

Spectacular Stapleton Home, perfectly located on a corner lot with approx. 5,000 square feet and situated on a grassy courtyard. This rare ranch home beckons to utter perfection featuring a fantastic open layout with soaring vaulted ceilings.

KYLIE RUPERT 303.842.8205 | kylie.rupert@coloradohomes.com luxurycoloradorealty.com

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DENVER | $550,000

BROOMFIELD | $545,000

Platte Park 1893 Victorian!! A classic with curb appeal in a fantastic neighborhood. Nearby are Schools, favorite restaurants, microbrews, farmer’s market and shops: South Pearl Street, Washington Park, DU, I-25 access points and light rail station.

Move in Ready, this is a hidden gem in Broomield, all stainless steel appliances and custom window coverings. Five bedrooms, three and one half bathrooms, Gorgeous country kitchen, huge master bedroom with ensuite bath and built in make up vanity.

KAREN VALDEZ 303.886.4545 | karen.valdez@coloradohomes.com KarenValdez.CBinTouch.com

PAULA GUERCIO 303.517.5068 | mapag@juno.com PaulaGuercio.com

THORNTON | $545,000

HIGHLANDS RANCH | $545,000

The open loor plan in this Pinehurst model makes it hard to resist! Hardwood looring running throughout main living area. A spacious kitchen accented by cherry cabinetry, granite counters and stainless appliances including double wall ovens.

This is the one you’ve been waiting for. This stunning three bedroom, three bath luxury townhome in Highlands Ranch’s coveted Tresana community has no detail left undone. Move in perfect with beautiful slab granite countertops in kitchen.

LINDA GILBERT 720.232.1990 | linda.gilbert@coloradohomes.com LindaGilbertHomes.com

MARY ANN O’TOOLE 720.530.6878 | maryann.otoole@coloradohomes.com MaryAnnOToole.CBinTouch.com

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HIGHLANDS RANCH | $545,000

DENVER | $543,000

Welcome Home! This amazing home offers large kitchen with granite counter tops, substantial cabinet space, stainless appliances, wood loors and eating space. The family room is warm and inviting with ireplace and views of the beautiful backyard.

Wonderful four bedroom, four bathroom home in Grant Ranch. Inviting loor plan with newer hardwood loors throughout main loor, vaulted ceilings and lots of natural light. Formal dining area plus a spacious kitchen which opens into the family room.

KELLY ELLIS 303.921.5420 | kelly.ellis@coloradohomes.com TheEllisTeam.BlogSpot.com

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LYNNE ROSS 303.520.8800 | lynne.ross@coloradohomes.com LynneRoss.com

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CASTLE PINES | $539,000

THORNTON | $537,500

Absolutely beautiful! This well kept home has everything you are looking for. Amazing kitchen with stainless steel appliances, granite and large island. Buffalo Trail Elementary is a stones’ throw away!

Stunning home in gated golf course community offers an open loor plan with two bedrooms and two baths. The Gourmet kitchen with cherry cabinets, granite counters and stainless appliances adds warmth and charm to the living area. Large center island.

JILLANN TURNWALL 720.839.1260 jillann.turnwall@coloradohomes.com

LINDA GILBERT 720.232.1990 | linda.gilbert@coloradohomes.com LindaGilbertHomes.com

COLORADO SPRINGS | $535,000

DENVER | $535,000

Ranch home with walkout basement sits on approximately ive acres with views. Public lands and hiking trails a short walk away and Downtown Monument is only ten minutes away. Four bedrooms, three baths with space to add another full bath in basement.

Remodeled 1940s Brick Bungalow just minutes from Sloan’s Lake Park, Colfax, 6th Avenue and Downtown Denver. This fully remodeled approximately 2,100 square foot home features: three bedrooms, two baths, full inished basement and updated kitchen.

GREG LUCZAK 719.271.8888 | gregoryluczak@gmail.com MakeSpringsHome.com

LARS SWENSON 303.242.1968 | lars@larsswenson.com LarsSwenson.com

THORNTON | $532,000

COLORADO SPRINGS | $525,000

Immaculate three bedroom, three bath with three car garage! High ceilings and deco lighting! Main loor study with French doors. Huge Kitchen with quartz counter, tile backsplash, island bar seating and big pantry! Stainless French door refrigerator.

Big and Beautiful ive bedroom, four bath, three car garage in sought after Gleneagle. Views of Pikes Peak off the master bedroom. Lot is secluded from the neighbors on the cul de sac setting. New carpet in Master and New Hardwood Flooring on Main.

RICHARD CROMPTON 720.422.6365 rick@thecromptongroup.com

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KEVIN CARR 719.216.3425 kevincarrre@gmail.com

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LONE TREE | $509,950

DENVER | $495,000

Beautiful Ranch plan in heart of Lone Tree. Four bedroom, four bath, three car garage featuring open loor plan. New laminate loors in main living areas and Master bedroom. The Master bedroom is spacious with ive-piece bath and walk-in closet.

Amazing price for so much room in Hampden Heights. Whether you work in Denver or DTC, the proximity to highways makes getting anywhere in town a breeze. Need some groceries, household items or just want to go out for a nice meal? No problem!

RYAN WILSON 303.916.8491 | rwilson0731@gmail.com ryanwilsonrealestate.com

SARAH BOWLES 720.837.2724 sarah.bowles@coloradohomes.com

WESTMINSTER | $479,000

CASTLE ROCK | $475,000

Immaculately remodeled! Contemporary former model home backing to greenbelt on approximately .20 acre corner lot. East/West exposure enables bright and sunny disposition. Four bedrooms plus ofice/den, four baths, formal dining room and eat in kitchen.

Welcome home to this great loor plan in the popular Meadows neighborhood situated on approximately 0.19 acre backing to tranquil open space. Updated kitchen with stainless appliances, Corian, gas stove, island and cabinet organizers/pullouts.

STEPHEN GUERTLER 303.579.4942 | stephen.guertler@coloradohomes.com SCGuertler.CBinTouch.com

KAREN BELLAMY 303.885.3258 | karenpoltbellamy@gmail.com bellamyrealestate.com

DENVER | $457,000

LITTLETON | $455,000

Get ready to fall in love with this well-kept home on a nice big lot at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac! Gleaming hardwood loors and vaulted ceilings allow natural light. Cook up gourmet meals in spacious eat-in kitchen complete with quartz counters.

Now is your chance to own a home in West Meadows that is close to schools, shopping and transportation. This great multi-level home with a new roof, new gutters, new skylights, is move in ready and features formal living room and formal dining room.

YARON MARCUS 303.484.1186 | yaron@marcusteam.com HomesInSouthEastDenver.com

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BRUCE MCQUISTON 303.882.9235 | macsbrew@msn.com YourPersonalRealEstateCoach.com

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CASTLE ROCK | $455,000

HIGHLANDS RANCH | $455,000

This Lovely home shows impeccably as it has been meticulously maintained and decorated. It features four Bedrooms plus a loft and three Bathrooms. The Large Loft is perfect as a kid Media/Gaming area- or could easily be converted into ifth Bedroom.

Amazing ranch style home in Highlands Ranch! Updated kitchen, private backyard with hot tub and an amazing location to sought after schools, recreation centers and shopping and entertainment. This bright open loor plan has plenty of room to grow.

THE ROWLEY GROUP 303.717.5611 | info@therowleygroup.com TheRowleyGroup.com

AMBER SIMONIS 303.905.5137 | amber.simonis@coloradohomes.com AmberSimonis.CBinTouch.com

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DENVER | $450,000

THORNTON | $444,500

Why rent when you can own this Stapleton home with great location. The three bedroom, three bathroom home has the amazing Craftsman curb appeal and approx. 1,700 square feet, offering an open, two tiered main level and a beautifully appointed second loor providing the perfect retreat.

Better than New and Life could not be better - relax on the deck, while HOA takes care of yard in the summer and shovels snow in the winter. The warmth of hardwood looring greets you as you enter and lows throughout living, kitchen, dining areas.

KIMBERLY AUSTIN 303.360.6400 | kimberly@anotherjustsold.com AnotherJustSold.com

LINDA GILBERT 720.232.1990 | linda.gilbert@coloradohomes.com LindaGilbertHomes.com

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PARKER | $435,000

CONIFER | $420,000

Superb Stonegate Home. Three bedroom, three bath home is a true gem! Backing to open space with tremendous lot, garden and professional landscaping. Lots of natural light throughout with vaulted ceiling living room dining room combo and cozy den.

Wonderful Two Bedroom/Two Bath, Two-Story Home on Approximately Two Acres with Mountain Views. Main Level Features Open Great Room with Beam Accent Vaulted Ceilings and Cozy Wood Burning Stove. The Kitchen, Although Small, has Abundance of Storage.

DEE ANN AREY 303.646.7867 | deearey@comcast.net deeannarey.cbintouch.com/

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HIGHLANDS RANCH | $405,000

DENVER | $400,000

Incredible opportunity! Beautiful mountain views from master, family room, kitchen and uninished walk-out basement. This home needs some updating and is being sold “as is” and it is well priced! Larger lot in a cul-de-sac, backing to open space!

Welcome Home! Wonderful ranch style home featuring four bedrooms, two bathrooms, newly inished hardwood looring, newer windows, sunny living room dining area, nice open kitchen, charming ire place, workshop, laundry room. Great outdoor patio.

LINDA BOURGEOIS 303.601.3080 | linda@lindabourgeois.com coloradoshomehunter.com

COLLEEN TEITELBAUM 303.668.8186 | colleen.teitelbaum@coloradohomes.com cocoteitel.com

CENTENNIAL | $399,900

CENTENNIAL | $399,875

Move in Ready! Priced to Sell! Gorgeous Two-Story with French door entry in Smoky Hill 400. Brand new roof and year old windows (with lifetime warranty). Beautiful loors throughout main level (no carpet). Newer carpet. Formal Living and Dining room.

Fabulous Nest Awaits Your Family! An abundance of light, vaulted ceiling and staggered staircase greet you at entry! Open Floor Plan with Hardwood Flooring throughout the Main Floor. Your Family Room features Built In Shelves and Gas Fireplace.

ILLONA GERLOCK 303.809.1235 | gerlock@msn.com TheDenverDreamTeam.com

JESSICA MARTINEZ 303.229.9621 | jessica.martinez@coloradohomes.com JessicasDenverHomes.com

LONGMONT | $385,000

FORT COLLINS | $385,000

Come home to this stunning modern farmhouse! On a cul-de-sac with views, three bedrooms, three full baths, this sweet home has everything. Bright, open loor plan, hardwood loors main level and a gas ireplace in cozy family room.

Rare ind in Sunstone! Ranch-style patio home in stellar location! Enjoy beautiful, sprawling, landscaped green space and easy access to I-25, local parks, shopping and restaurants! Property offers approximately 2,334 square foot of living space.

MICHAEL MCCREA 720.470.3585 | michael.mccrea@coloradohomes.com ColoradoHomes.com/MichaelMcCrea

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COMMERCE CITY | $375,000

DENVER | $355,000

This is your chance to own this highly sought after three bedroom, two bathroom home with beautiful backyard and patio that backs up to open space. A large Kitchen, which boasts upgraded cabinets, pantry, and a huge island was built to entertain.

Located in the hot neighborhood of Sunnyside, this charming, two bedroom, one bath property has brand new vinyl siding, brand new windows and a brand new roof! The kitchen has been remodeled with new cabinetry, slab granite and stainless appliances.

GARVIN LAVERICK 720.245.9956 | garvinlaverick@gmail.com LaverickRealEstate.com

LINDA BOURGEOIS 303.601.3080 | linda@lindabourgeois.com coloradoshomehunter.com

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AURORA | $345,000

GOLDEN | $325,000

Fantastic brick ranch with inished basement and great location! Charming curb appeal, large lot and great back yard with mature trees, garden, playground and storage shed. Re-inished original hardwoods on much of main level, new roof and driveway.

Spotless Two Bedroom, Two Bath, Ground Floor Condo in sought after Genesee Village! Beautiful Hardwood Floors. The Bright and Open Floor Plan features a wonderful kitchen with Quality Cabinets, (and extra cabinets) Stainless Steel Appliances.

MATT BRINKHOFF 303.324.0241 matt.brinkhoff@coloradohomes.com

KEVIN FREADHOFF 303.803.6949 | kevinsellshomes@yahoo.com MountainHomeForYou.com

AURORA | $325,000

PARKER | $325,000

This corner lot, one of its kind, charming townhome on the golf course sees trees, open space and mountain views. It boasts a living room with stone ireplace, vaulted ceilings and a ton of natural light. Adjacent sunny room with a wet bar.

Welcome Home! Absolute perfection! Three bedrooms and two baths, sunny south facing condo with an attached two car tandem garage, lovely living area with a ireplace, wonderful kitchen with hardwood looring, upgraded cabinets and slab granite.

DEE ANN AREY 303.646.7867 | deearey@comcast.net deeannarey.cbintouch.com/

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AURORA | $323,000

COLORADO SPRINGS | $319,900

Spacious Ranch Plan Townhome with attached two-car Garage, Deck off Master and Patio off of second Bedroom! With a Full, Uninished, Walk-Out Lower Level, there is plenty of room for Storage. Or, Design and Build new Bedroom and Bath on Lower Level.

Approximately 4153 square foot of Big and Beautiful ive bedroom, four bath, three car garage in the sought after Gleneagle area. Fantastic views of Pikes Peak just off the master bedroom. Secluded, approximately 1/2 acre lot on cul-de-sac.

BENJAMIN OSBORN 720.635.7275 coloradopropertyquest@gmail.com

GREG LUCZAK 719.271.8888 | gregoryluczak@gmail.com MakeSpringsHome.com

PARKER | $315,000

LONGMONT | $315,000

Loft style town home with three loors of living space. Three bedrooms, four bathrooms with each bedroom having its own bath. Natural hardwood loors and upgraded carpet. Main loor living room includes gas ireplace, separate dining and half bath.

Don’t miss this end unit condo, located minutes from Twin Peaks Golf course and Gold Ponds. This condo has new interior paint, looring and windows. Bathrooms have been updated. Breathtaking views of Mt. Meeker from master bedroom or the living room!

FAITH YOUNG 720.270.9467 | faith.young@coloradohomes.com FaithYoung.com

MARIE RAINES 720.334.5997 marie.raines@coloradohomes.com

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COLORADO SPRINGS | $299,900

ENGLEWOOD | $290,000

Beautiful John Laing home in heart of Greenhaven at Ridgeview with all the upgrades and enhancements you’d expect from quality build. Gorgeous touches and custom inishes everywhere you look including coved ceiling in light and airy master bedroom.

Superb townhome in Southcreek that backs to open space! This home offers an open loor plan with large kitchen giving considerable counter space, a substantial amount of cabinets for storage, stainless appliances, tile loors, and an eating space.

JOSHUA BOUWKAMP 719.964.8109 joshua.bouwkamp@coloradohomes.com

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AURORA | $290,000

COLORADO SPRINGS | $275,000

Beautiful ranch-style home, minutes from park and schools! Spring on this one quick! This well cared for home includes: newer roof (2015), gutters (2018), air conditioning (2016), water heater (2013), electrical panel (2016) and garage opener (2015).

Located in the peaceful Saddleback Townhome Community, this beautiful townhome faces a professionally landscaped courtyard with mature trees. The unit is also located near an open space adding to the quiet tranquility you will experience. ANGELA SMITH 719.210.8878 | angela@angelasmithrealty.com AngelaSmithRealty.com

KATHLEEN SURGES & MICHAEL SURGES 303.981.6170 | 303.981.7872 | kathleen@kathleensurges.com | mjsurges@outlook.com DenverSuburbanHomes.com | FindHomesDenver.com

COLORADO SPRINGS | $275,000

AURORA | $235,000

Welcome Home to this beautiful property that sits on a generous corner lot, located in the popular Sundown neighborhood. Surrounded by mature trees, and featuring new hardie-plank siding, new roof, new windows and recently updated mechanicals.

This Charleston cutie offers a great kitchen with lots of counter space, ample cabinet storage, tile loors and an eat-in space. The family room is warm and inviting with wood loors, an abundance of natural light, and views of the grass courtyard.

GREG LUCZAK 719.271.8888 | gregoryluczak@gmail.com MakeSpringsHome.com

KELLY ELLIS 303.921.5420 | kelly.ellis@coloradohomes.com TheEllisTeam.BlogSpot.com

COLORADO SPRINGS | $215,000

LAKEWOOD | $190,000

Charming home in the heart of the Palmer Park neighborhood with three bedrooms, two baths, oversized one car garage and large lot! All appliances stay in large kitchen that has an eat-in area that opens directly onto a 20x20 poured concrete patio.

An opportunity to own two bedroom, one bath condo in 40 W. Arts District- walking distance to Sloan’s Lake / Edgewater and quick commute to downtown Denver! Situated at back of community near a green belt, this condo has been exquisitely remodeled.

JOSHUA BOUWKAMP 719.964.8109 joshua.bouwkamp@coloradohomes.com

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DENVER | Price Upon Request

THORNTON | Price Upon Request

This home is in the Chaffee Park neighborhood in Denver and has three bedrooms, two bathrooms, approximately 1,290 square feet with a two-car garage.

Fantastic Ranch home Featuring Four Bedrooms, Three Bathroom and two car attached garage. Close to walking paths, park and open space this home is great for any buyer. Full Finished Walk-Out basement, Sprinkler System, Patio and Deck.

OSMIRELLY KIDWELL 303.862.0809 | osmirelly.kidwell@coloradohomes.com OsmirellyKidwell.CBinTouch.com

CHERYL MELICHAR 303.817.6163 | cheryl.melichar@coloradohomes.com CherylMelichar.CBinTouch.com

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This amazing home and shop on approximately one acre is a dream! Featuring three bedrooms, two bathrooms and a two car attached garage this is the one that you have been waiting for. Call today to schedule your private showing.

Location, location, location. This is a walker’s paradise! Completely updated condo in the heart of Capitol Hill. This bright and spacious one bedroom, one bath with open loor plan will take your breath away with views from loor to ceiling windows. MEAGAN SIEBERT 303.570.5514 mesiebert83@gmail.com

CHERYL MELICHAR 303.817.6163 | cheryl.melichar@coloradohomes.com CherylMelichar.CBinTouch.com

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Privacy and perfection abound in this immaculately cared for Patio home in popular White Fence Farm. You won’t have a worry in the world since this is a low maintenance home with snow removal. As you enter, you are greeted with a wall of windows.

Stonegate South - Beautiful four bedroom home, Master with large walk-in closet, master bath, plus two additional bedrooms on the second loor and another full bath. Fourth bedroom is on the main loor and full main loor bathroom!

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DENVER | $1,489,000 Stunning Mediterranean home with a private courtyard entry just one block from Crestmoor Park. Formal living and dining rooms with an open low to the family room and kitchen.

BROOMFIELD | $699,900 This stunning home is like new, ready now and the price is right. Landscaping, fencing, blinds, window well covers all done, move in and enjoy. Loaded with tasteful inishes throughout.

BOULDER | $664,000 Fantastic open Ranch with vaulted ceilings and Brazilian Cherry wood loors. Beautiful formal dining and living room with double sided ireplace. Chef’s delight kitchen has gas range.

JANIE STODDARD 303.408.0738

MARCUS HARRIS 720.217.8904

RICH GUNDERSEN 720.934.5712

EDGEWATER | $650,000 Beautiful three bedroom, two bath Ranch style home renovated in 2014 with new plumbing, electrical, mechanicals, sewer line and French drain. Attention to detail everywhere you look.

LAFAYETTE | $649,000 Rarely available, low maintenance patio home backing to wooded green belt. Lush professional landscaping, privacy, two decks, main loor master suite with heated bath loors.

LITTLETON | $633,000 Prime location. Wonderful ive bedroom, ive bathroom home is ideally located on a cul-de-sac street in the desirable pool community of Wildcat Ridge. Beautifully remodeled kitchen.

DONNA BIRD 303.523.9301

BRIAN MACDONALD 303.915.6126

BRETT KENNEDY 303.881.8000

LONGMONT | $630,000 Just shy of an acre of Heaven. Perfect location West of I-25 on the Frederick/Longmont border. This home has been completely updated. Hardwood loors throughout main loor, newer carpet.

CASTLE ROCK | $629,900 Welcome to prestigious Red Hawk Golf Community. This ive bedroom, four bath home with oversized loft and bonus room, approx. 4,000 inished square feet with partially inished basement

CASTLE PINES | $625,000 Gorgeous home in desirable neighborhood of Winter Berry in Castle Pines. Four bedrooms, ive baths, three-car garage, approx. 4,100 inished square feet and a inished basement.

CHUM TRAN 303.931.4012

BRETT KENNEDY 303.881.8000

KYLIE RUPERT 303.842.8205

ERIE | $619,000 Welcome to this move in ready home complete with over $100,000 in builder upgrades, a professionally landscaped yard, window coverings with all appliances included.

DENVER | $600,000 Location, charm and designer updates. Steps from Cherry Creek bike path. Adorable three-bedroom, two-bath, historic home with two-car garage. Exposed brick, walnut loors, updated kitchen.

BROOMFIELD | $579,000 Broomield location in Ridgview Heights w/Boulder Valley Schools. Curb appeal will capture you as you drive up to the mature landscaping & new exterior paint. Open loor plan.

DEBBIE COOPER-GEORGE 303.944.8494

DAN D. GERLOCK 720.326.8100

DEBBIE COOPER-GEORGE 303.944.8494

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GOLDEN | $575,000 Rare Opportunity in Golden. Don’t miss this rare opportunity to live in Golden. Welcome to this three bedroom, three bath ranch style home in the foothills. Home sits on a corner lot.

EVERGREEN | $575,000 Nestled in a private setting with spectacular mountain views, this lovely home will not disappoint. Abundant natural light, a fantastic open loor plan, and elegant updates abound.

GOLDEN | $550,000 This stunning four bedroom, three bath condo is just a few blocks from Downtown Golden. Walk to everything. Complete remodel in 2009 with gourmet kitchen, appliances, granite counters.

DEBBIE JOSEPH 303.842.8331

DAWN HAVERY 720.413.0318

NITA WASSENAAR 720.560.1319

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ERIE | $545,000 Better than new. Cal Atlantic home in desirable Erie community in Boulder County. Wonderful loor plan welcomes you with main loor ofice and glass French doors. Upgrades throughout.

BROOMFIELD | $545,000 Beautifully updated and maintained four bedroom, four bath home with main loor ofice (could be ifth bedroom) and three car garage. Huge driveway with extra parking and RV parking.

MANITOU SPRINGS | $535,000 Unsurpassed luxury home designed with casual indoor and outdoor living spaces that will leave you breathless. Located in Manitou Springs at foothills of Colorado fourteener Pikes Peak.

JEN MCGUIRK 303.949.3331

CINDY MONTGOMERY 720.373.9235

JEANINE ALEXANDER 719.964.6801

LARKSPUR | $535,000 You’ll love this beautiful Larkspur home with stunning views of the Palmer Divide, Mount Herman and Spruce Mountain Ranch. Live in the country and still be close to the city.

ERIE | $529,900 Welcome to the grand two-story entry of this spotless home in Vista Ridge. The lot backs to golf course, hole 14 of CNGC and a greenbelt which makes for great backyard entertaining.

DENVER | $520,000 Welcome to 4048 S Willow Way. This impeccable ive bedroom, four bathroom home is sure to impress the most picky buyers from the moment you enter to the moment you leave.

DEBORAH ESPINOZA 720.937.2550

JEN MCGUIRK 303.949.3331

DAN TURRE 720.252.6917

PARKER | $518,000 This beautiful home has been remodeled from top to bottom. Pride of ownership. Located in tranquil Stonegate, this two-story home has gorgeous open loor plan. Beautiful gourmet kitchen

EVERGREEN | $515,000 Rocky Mountain charm awaits in this two bedroom, three bath, approximately 3486 square foot home featuring solid oak looring and rustic pine accents throughout on a gently sloped lot.

DENVER | Price Upon Request Charm and Character Abounds in this Vintage Victorian built in 1887. Curb Appeal on Tree Lined Street. Historic Potters Highlands. Leaded Glass Accent Window. Lovingly Cared For.

ALANA HANKINS 303.907.1500

KAREN WEIDNER 303.506.8244

THE STORCKNEST TEAM 303.502.4003

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DENVER | $499,900 Fabulous Mid-Century Modern Home in Clayton Park. Close to Stapleton, RiNo, City Park, The Zoo, Golf Courses and is just a short distance to downtown and I-70. The perfect location.

DENVER | $498,000 Pottery Barn perfect duplex in heart of Park Hill. Light and bright loor plan, charming living room with original wood burning ireplace, updated kitchen with granite and appliances.

EATON | $495,000 Approximately 4.3 Acre Horse Property with a two-bedroom, one bath approx. 883 square foot farmhouse, Complete Remodel and Update. This home was completely torn to studs in March 2016.

KATHRYN FARROW 720.987.8660

JANIE STODDARD 303.408.0738

SHAWN LEIGHMAN 303.963.6110

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THORNTON | $490,000 This beautiful three bedroom, three bath plus ofice home has everything you could want. Step inside and notice the impressive height of the cathedral ceilings in the foyer.

LAKEWOOD | $485,000 Beautiful contemporary impeccably maintained. Not your usual four level, walk in and you see living room, formal dining room with vaulted ceilings. Eat-in Kitchen with all appliances.

AURORA | $485,000 Awesome sought-after, open loor plan in Adonea with custom features that you normally ind in million-dollar homes. Master suite features an unbelievable closet.

TEAM FONTYN 303.359.9937

JEREMY VIALPANDO 303.916.0942

JENNIFER OLDHAM 720.234.3863

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LAFAYETTE | $480,000 This is not just a beautiful home, but mostly everything has been updated or replaced. Such as new Siding, Windows, Blinds, Shutters, Gas Fireplace, Fence, Gutters and Hardwood Floors.

COLORADO SPRINGS | $479,900 Broadmoor Oaks two-story nestled among pines and native scrub oak. This Acuff quality home is high on the hill, has main level hardwood loors, solid six-panel wood doors throughout.

BOULDER | $475,000 Enjoy coffee on the balcony of this beautiful third loor condo overlooking a charming private courtyard. The open loor plan is light and bright. This condo is move-in ready.

TOM PRECELLA 720.350.0070

JENNIFER MONTOYA 719.232.3397

KAREN ELMERS 303.810.7708

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WESTMINSTER | $470,000 Fully updated and turn-key two-story on cul-de-sac in Cedar Bridge. The stunning Great Room with vaulted ceilings makes a great irst impression. Carpeted loors and gas ireplace.

PARKER | $470,000 Former model home features a beautiful gourmet kitchen with slab granite countertops, cherry cabinets with crown molding, hardwood loors and stainless steel appliances.

LAKEWOOD | $460,000 Uniquely designed and updated end unit Townhome on a quiet Cul-de-sac. On the main loor you will ind a herringbone ceramic foyer leading into the open loor plan. Diagonal hardwoods.

DAN D. GERLOCK 720.326.8100

THE ROWLEY GROUP 303.717.5611

CYNDI DELANEY 303.204.3834

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BAILEY | $450,000 Welcome home to this beautifully remodeled property. From the moment you walk in, this bright open loor plan will not disappoint. A gorgeous kitchen with stunning granite counter tops.

BROOMFIELD | $449,950 This lovely two story is now available for you to call home. Come see for yourself what this has to offer. With four bedrooms, three bathrooms, two living areas and formal Dining room.

FORT COLLINS | $445,000 Spread out in this bright and airy two story in desirable Dakota Ridge. New blinds with remote, paint in baths and master bedroom. New carpet. Basement features craft room/ifth bedroom

AMBER SIMONIS 303.905.5137

SARAH YANG 720.384.5646

DAWN MATHIS 970.481.5263

LITTLETON | $440,000 Great home in beautiful Roxborough. well maintained two story home, ideally situated in a cul-de-sac neighborhood with four bedrooms and three baths. Master suite with walk in closet.

ARVADA | $440,000 Highly Desirable Main Floor Living in Indian Crest. Best Location at end of Cul-De-Sac allowing for complete backyard privacy. All Brick Maintenance Free Exterior. High End New Windows.

FORT COLLINS | $430,000 The perfect home for Nature enthusiasts. Live on the lake. Enjoy coffee or a glass of wine from your living room, deck or Master bedroom - admiring your intimate view of the Lake.

MICHAEL WILLIAMS 303.667.7176

LAVERNE BROOKIE 720.436.2500

DAWN MATHIS 970.481.5263

AURORA | $428,000 Gorgeous four bedroom, three bath, three car single family residence. Vaulted ceilings, master suite, amazing landscaping and deck - great for entertaining. In Cherry Creek schools.

AURORA | $425,000 Beautiful southwest facing two story in a cul-de-sac located in sought after Tallyn’s Reach neighborhood. Features a welcoming front porch and handsome brick exterior accents.

LITTLETON | $424,750 Beautifully updated ranch in a pleasantly quiet Littleton neighborhood with superb mountain views. Relax in the sunny living room or lovely family room with wood ireplace.

LISA HEAGNEY 720.338.8095

THE ROWLEY GROUP 303.717.5611

MARY KOGLIN 720.258.5000

ERIE | $419,900 Great chance to own a home in Vista Ridge with great inished square feet for the price. Extensive wood loors on main level and custom wood trim throughout. Bright and open kitchen.

NORTHGLENN | $418,000 Don’t miss this opportunity to call 10561 Livingston Drive your new home. From the moment you arrive, take note that the house sits up, on a large corner lot, surrounded by shade trees.

FIRESTONE | $409,900 Stunning ranch. Located on a Cul-de-sac, mountain views, across from park/school. Backs to open space. Beautiful inishes, formal living/dining, kitchen has lots of cabinet space.

JEN MCGUIRK 303.949.3331

AARON LUTTRELL 303.748.3200

JANIE LARSON 720.937.2676

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WHEAT RIDGE | $405,000 Exceptional Mid-Century Ranch Home in Wheat Ridge Don’t miss your opportunity to own this prime example of mid-century craftsmanship in Wheat Ridge. Three bedroom ranch home.

PARKER | $400,000 Sitting on a quiet cul-de-sac this home invites you to bring your personal touch. Just add a closet to one room you can easily make this home a four bedroom, two and one-half bath home.

ERIE | $400,000 Welcome Home. This Great Open Floor Ranch style home backs to Open Space which currently cannot be developed. Three Nice sized bedrooms, Two bathrooms, Brand new Carpet throughout.

LARS SWENSON 303.242.1968

KRISSI SPOHN 720.723.0581

SHERRI BOND 720.422.2524

DENVER | $399,500 Sold - Best value in Green Valley Ranch. Private Yard, Perfect for Entertaining, Large Patio, Massive Master Suite with Fireplace and Reading Area, Finished Basement Space with Music Room.

BRIGHTON | $396,900 You won’t beat this immaculate corner lot located in Bromley Park. Pulling up to the home you will notice the huge covered front porch perfect for relaxing and drinking coffee.

CASTLE ROCK | $395,000 Make this home yours and discover why people love living in Castle Rock. Two-story home with four bedrooms and three bathrooms located on a quiet street in The Meadows. Check it out.

KEVIN COMMUNAL 303.514.2123

MIKE ERMI 303.981.2837

BRYAN KURTZ 720.421.4580

COMMERCE CITY | $390,000 Wonderful four bedroom, three bath home has fantastic natural light and is a family friendly layout, boasting three large bedrooms upstairs and a spacious master with ive-piece bath.

AURORA | $379,900 Super cozy, move-in ready, four-bedroom, three-bathroom home on a Cul-De-Sac, with the fourth bedroom newly constructed in the basement, beautiful wood loors and spacious yard.

THORNTON | $375,000 This lovely two story slab home has three generous bedrooms and two and one half bathrooms. The upstairs master bedroom includes a walk-in closet, private bath and large master bedroom.

FRANCIE MARTINEZ 970.402.4656

GREGG GALLOZZI 303.332.2048

DAWN CICIULLA 303.968.8381

LAKEWOOD | $367,000 Pottery Barn beautiful. Inviting townhome greets you with beautiful new laminate wood loors, gorgeous kitchen with granite countertops and beautiful cabinets, nice sized eating space.

AURORA | $360,000 Gorgeous Remodeled Home. The open and inviting loor plan is sure to please featuring a remodeled kitchen with granite, stainless appliances, beautiful cabinetry and looring.

THORNTON | $359,900 Updates galore, backs to massive park and huge backyard. This home should be at the top of your list. New stone facade on front of home and exterior paint. Updated modern bathrooms.

LISA LOVELY 303.880.0599

JEANETTE JOHNSTON-STARC 303.520.9425

JIM MERRION 303.548.0243

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AURORA | $343,500 Home in Village East on a beautiful tree lined street. You will love the open loor, vaulted ceilings and enjoy abundant natural light throughout the home. Three bedrooms, two baths.

WESTMINSTER | $340,000 Looking for one level living, this is it. Nicely updated brick ranch in central Westminster. Five bedrooms, two baths. Easy highway access and very close to shopping and restaurants.

COLORADO SPRINGS | $340,000 Bright, open and ready to move into. This well-cared for home backs to approx. 21 acres of Cheyenne Meadows Open Space and features sunken living room with soaring vaulted ceilings.

NITA KOLARSICK 303.250.8280

LORI VIALPANDO 303.324.5731

JENNIFER MONTOYA 719.232.3397

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NORTHGLENN | $340,000 What a great opportunity to own a beautifully maintained, original owner home. This wonderful brick ranch home has many upgrades including newer roof and newer furnace with humidiier.

LONGMONT | $339,900 This three bedroom, two bath home has a large back yard with new privacy fencing and enclosed gardens with grape vines. Other features include wood laminate Wilson Art looring.

COMMERCE CITY | $335,000 Beautiful two Story in North Range Village with southern exposure. Lovingly cared for home boasts an abundance of natural light throughout. Formal foyer leads into sunny great room.

KEELY HAWK 303.522.0918

CINDY MONTGOMERY 720.373.9235

MARK COOPER 303.843.1545

CASTLE ROCK | $335,000 Everything you want in a Townhome. Located in the highly desirable The Meadows community, this end unit fronts to an open green area and offers a private feel with tons of upgrades.

CASTLE ROCK | $330,000 Immaculate and much sought after end unit townhouse in the Plum Creek Golf Course community. Open family room and kitchen just perfect for entertaining. Nicely appointed kitchen.

AURORA | $329,000 Beautiful spacious townhome in the coveted Little Turtle subdivision. Enjoy this four bedroom, three bathroom end unit. Your large private porch is perfect for entertaining.

FORREST OLDHAM 720.771.0246

JENNIFER HEBERT 303.929.9044

JJ ALEXANDER 303.475.5905

GOLDEN | $325,000 Build your Dream Home on approximately 40.5 Acre Parcel in Rendezvous Ranch in Golden Gate Canyon. Enjoy both City and Mountain Views. 20 Minutes to Golden and 30 to Boulder.

LONGMONT | $324,900 Move-in ready home with open loor plan and within walking distance to the park. This adorable home has a large open living room which opens to kitchen and eat-in dining area.

ENGLEWOOD | $320,000 Charming three bedroom, one bathroom brick cottage in Englewood one of the hottest up and coming neighborhoods in the metro area. Hardwood loors throughout and on a large lot.

JANET SCOTT 303.249.4019

RYAN HARPER 303.847.2020

KIM BYERS 303.618.6806

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BOULDER | $315,000 Welcome to this updated and adorable two bedroom condo, at ultra convenient Pendleton Square. Stainless steel appliances and newer looring. In-unit washer & dryer, charming ireplace.

DENVER | $315,000 This beautiful home is loaded with character. Inviting main loor layout features large living room, two bedrooms, spacious full bathroom and a large kitchen with a custom eat-in area.

DENVER | $315,000 Perfect Home in Desirable Green Valley Ranch. This home features a seamless loor plan that is perfect for entertaining. Bright kitchen with ample cabinetry.

BRIE FOWLER 303.882.8672

TEAM FONTYN 303.359.9937

JEANETTE JOHNSTON-STARC 303.520.9425

GREELEY | $305,000 Bring your toys, no HOA. Fantastic property in Weber West with two gated RV/boat spaces, and storage shed. Large yard. Five bedroom, four bath home with inished basement.

AURORA | $300,000 Prepare to be impressed. This beautifully landscaped, three bedroom, two bathroom house features a bright and welcoming living room open to a spacious kitchen/dining area.

WIGGINS | $295,000 Better than new, open concept in Kiowa Park by one of Northeastern Colorado’s respected builders. This three bedroom, three bath home features a backyard perfect for entertaining.

SARAH GOODYEAR 970.581.9112

ELIZABETH WALLACE 303.941.5118

MIKE ERMI 303.981.2837

PARKER | $293,500 Don’t miss this updated top loor condo located in Park Guell section of Stonegate. This home is less than 20 minutes to the DTC and has easy access to E470 and the Cherry Creek Trails.

DENVER | $290,000 Beautifully remodeled townhome on quiet block near City Park. Renovated kitchen with quartz countertops and all new cabinets and stainless steel appliances. Remodeled bathroom.

GLEN HAVEN | $289,000 This wonderful creekside cabin lovingly known as Foxette is very inviting and surprisingly spacious. Sellers have owned Foxette for over 50 years and have done lots of updates.

KARI OSTBY 970.215.5776

KIM BYERS 303.618.6806

LAURA LEVY 303.931.8080

DENVER | $280,000 Wonderful end unit. Two Story Townhome with lots of light and open feeling. Large master suite with his and hers closets and master bathroom. Spacious kitchen opens to breakfast nook.

LAKEWOOD | $280,000 Spacious townhome with two-car garage in the desirable Villa West neighborhood. Steps away from Belmar Park and walking distance to shopping, restaurants, library and movie theater.

FORT COLLINS | $275,000 Beautifully remodeled condo near Drake and Stover. Updated kitchen with granite breakfast bar, 42 inch cabinets, pantry, stainless appliances. Gorgeous remodel in all three bathrooms.

MARK NEISES 303.818.1584

ANASTASIA BATES 720.360.7050

WYETH JACKSON 720.299.1390

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DENVER | $275,000 Great two bedroom, one bathroom house near Harvey Park. This home has been updated and is move in ready. Beautiful hardwood looring throughout with granite counters in the kitchen.

LAKEWOOD | $270,000 Great opportunity to own this spacious home in Green Mountain Townhomes. Many updated features include: roof, updated windows, newer furnace, water heater and air conditioning.

COMMERCE CITY | $270,000 Welcome home. Open the door to this charming mid-century ranch and be greeted into your new living room that lows nicely into the fully upgraded kitchen with gorgeous granite counters.

TAMMIE SANDEMAN 720.849.9202

REUBEN MCKELVEY 720.840.7763

DIANA RODRIGUEZ 303.847.6293

THORNTON | $265,000 Cute, Neat three bedroom condo. Open Floor plan - open and light. Fenced Enclosed Patio with gate to greenbelt and playground right outside unit. Main loor laundry with machines.

DENVER | $265,000 Top Floor Corner unit conveniently located off Federal Blvd. Updated, bright, open, Westminster property with over 1,500 square foot of living space, balcony and one car attached garage

COMO | $260,000 Have you dreamed of that second home? An escape from the hustle and bustle of the city, noise and trafic. This affordable home is just what you need. Nestled amongst the pines and aspens.

RICHARD CROMPTON 720.422.6365

BRIAN MYGATT 303.910.1205

DAVE TODD 303.918.5117

COLORADO SPRINGS | $260,000 Open loor plan in this home with vaulted ceiling opening up to living room, open kitchen with breakfast bar and dining area with built in table. Warm and inviting family room.

THORNTON | $260,000 Four bedroom, one and one-half bath home is ready for new owners. Wonderful loor plan with hardwood loors, open kitchen, original hardwood loors on main level and open living room.

AURORA | $259,900 Thoughtfully renovated two bedroom, two bathroom home in Meadow Hills V. New carpet, paint, ixtures, door hardware, tile looring, lights and ceiling fans. This is a lovely home.

JUDY WASOBA 719.338.7672

TEAM FONTYN 303.359.9937

LYNNE ROSS 303.520.8800

COLORADO SPRINGS | $259,000 Wonderful two-story, two bedroom two and one half bath. Walking through the front door you’re greeted by a wood loor with open view into the spacious family room with vaulted ceilings.

GEORGETOWN | $250,000 Quaint home in historic Georgetown. This two bedroom, two bath cabin with new roof is mountain town living at its inest. Easy access to shops/restaurants on 6th Street.

DENVER | $249,900 Spacious, one bedroom, one bathroom condo in West Washington Park. Hardwood loors throughout the main area with high ceilings. Granite tile in the kitchen with maple cabinets.

THOMAS ELMER 719.210.4258

ILENE SCHWARTZ & DAWN HAVERY 720.413.6616 | 720.413.0318

COLLEEN HUBER 303.506.3302

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AURORA | $245,000 As you enter this Beautiful, two story Townhome you’re greeted with beams of natural light streaming through patio door off Living Room. Views of mature trees and backs to a green belt.

LAKEWOOD | $245,000 Welcome Home to the Convenient Telluride West Condo Lifestyle. This Move In Ready Penthouse can be Yours with Quick Possession Possible ~ Over 1,100 square foot of Living Space.

DENVER | $237,500 Imagine how convenient it will be to live in your spacious condo in this well maintained complex ten minutes from Denver International Airport and about 30 minutes from Downtown Denver.

VALERIE AGNEW 303.359.6418

CHRISTINA TOLBERT AND GERI RUTZ 720.308.6996

PAOLA FREDERICKS 720.975.3424

FORT COLLINS | $231,000 Welcome to your new home in the Apple Ridge II community. This highly desirable, rare end unit features two bedrooms, two bathrooms and attached one car garage with a split level plan.

PUEBLO | $222,000 Three bedroom, three Bathroom with ofice ranch home with open plan lives large and is perfect for families. With wired speakers throughout, this house makes for great entertaining.

WESTMINSTER | $219,900 Upon entering this home you will notice the outstanding views of the Rocky Mountains. Perfectly located ground level home with new loor covering, upgraded carpet and tile, plus much more.

GRAHAM KALTENBACH 303.710.3734

GRAHAM KALTENBACH 303.710.3734

DEBI HANING 303.960.8252

AURORA | $210,000 Don’t miss this charming home in fantastic community. The home feeds into highly accredited Cherry Creek School District and has great location close to shopping and public transit.

COLORADO SPRINGS | $184,900 Find yourself at home in this beautiful low maintenance townhome featuring new looring and interior paint. Both bathrooms have been updated with new vanities and light ixtures.

FORT COLLINS | $179,900 Move in Ready. Affordable Ranch style condo that is easy to own. Close to City Park and convenient to Bus Line. Updated, Garden Level Features Two Bedrooms, One Bath with Open Concept.

BRYAN KURTZ 720.421.4580

ANGELA SMITH 719.210.8878

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WHEAT RIDGE | $145,000 Move-In Ready Penthouse. Light and bright with all new looring, freshly painted interior, vaulted ceilings, and skylight. Bonus loft space for extra storage, or ofice space.

FEDERAL HEIGHTS | $74,900 Relaxed 55+ mobile home community living. This home sits in a fantastic spot in the rolling hills community of Holiday Hills. It features three bedrooms, two baths and large open plan.

WHEAT RIDGE | Price Upon Request Beautiful Wheat Ridge Ranch. This home has three bedrooms and two bathrooms.

KELLY REDPATH 303.548.4058

GREG GILBERT 303.250.9007

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Lights Out A WARM WELCOME A contemporary cabin in Fairplay is the stuf of mountain-getaway dreams. by JULIE DUGDALE

Perched at 10,000 feet on a clif with dramatic views of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains and the South Platte River, this modern cabin is easy to miss—and that’s exactly how architect Renée del Gaudio wanted it. The 1,600-square-foot home was designed to blend in with the windswept, high-alpine landscape of Fairplay, where it serves as a welcoming family gathering spot. ¶ From plywood walls and exposed rafters to steel-bar-grate decking (similar to the surface ski resorts use for outdoor stair treads), the home’s materials evoke “somewhat of a raw and uninished look that keeps it rustic and low-key,” del Gaudio says. “The gabled roof mimics the vernacular of the area—that old mining-town feel.” To emphasize the connection, the architect chose an ebony stain for the cedar siding “to blend in with the forest and just be really quiet,” she says. “I wanted this cabin to feel like it belongs.” Mission accomplished.

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