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Past tours have included the nineteenth-century adobes of downtown’s Barrio Viejo neighborhood, a midcentury modern tour, and a tour of Joesler homes. preservetucson.org

Saguaro National Park

BRING IT HOME

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The Lost Barrio Tucson, a historic warehouse district near downtown, now houses a collection of shops and galleries that specialize in rustic, antique, and Mexican furnishings, and they have friendly agreements not to compete with each other, so each shop carries wares from a different part of the world. Colonial Frontiers consists of thirteen thousand square feet of antique and new furnishings—think pots and statuary to architectural elements—from Spain, Mexico, South America, and India (244 S. Park Ave.; 520/622-7400; colonialfrontiers.com). People’s Imports skews more Asian—tribal rugs, crystal balls, gilded lions, and bronze Buddhas (276 Park Ave.; 520/903-2300; peoplesimports.com). Rustica is crammed with Mexican folk art, punched tin lamps, Talavera pottery, and more (200 S. Park Ave.; 520/623-4435; rusticatucson.com). Russell Shumate showcases his background in upholstery and cabinetry at Russell’s Retro Furnishings—all the midcentury modern treasures on the floor of his modest storefront are

Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum

Tohono Chul Park

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Range Vol. 1 Issue 2 2015  

Meet Range, Jackson Hole’s premiere magazine about the area’s architecture, design, style, and art. Using only the region’s best writers and...