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LIFESTYLE LETTER

MARCH 2018 PUBLISHER

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Home is Where the Heart Is THE CONCEPT OF HOME IS DIFFERENT FOR EVERYONE. For some, home is where the family is. It’s the place where weekends were—

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Jamie Ames, Rachel Bennett, Christina Lords, Kristen Lynch, Julie Meyer, Roger Phillips CONTRIBUTING PHOTOGRAPHERS

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or still are—filled with baby snuggles, bedtime stories and Saturday morning cartoons. The place where the smell of bacon and pancakes fills the air on Sunday mornings, "do your homework before you go outside" is a daily mantra and unsnoozable slobbery dog kisses take the place of your morning alarm. For others, home is where the rest is. It’s the place where, after a long day, they go to relax. Where they spend meaningful time with their significant other, enjoy home-cooked meals and settle in on a comfy couch to catch up on the week's latest guilty pleasure TV shows. For some, home is where the work is. It's where they build their dreams, where

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they start their businesses and where they work day in and day out for success. And for us here at Boise Lifestyle, home is where the heart is—it's where we get

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to share meaningful stories with all of you. Whatever your home may be, we hope you find a piece of it here in this month's issue.

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INSIDE THE ISSUE MARCH 2018

FEATURES 24 Repurposing Design Fitz & Murphey Interiors Help Create Multifunctional Spaces

28 Gathering: An Easter Egg Boise Art Glass Owner Filip Vogelpohl Brings Community Together with His Love of Glassblowing

30 A Modern Farmhouse in East Valley 5252 S. Hakkasan Avenue

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38 Shelf Design 101 By Local Designer Amy FosterDavis

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DEPARTMENTS 6

Lifestyle Letter

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Good Times

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Around Town

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Water & Woods

20 Culinary Creations 28 Artists Palette 30 Open House 34 Lifestyle Calendar 38 Parting Thoughts


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AROUND TOWN

TRAILHEAD LAUNCHES NEW MONTHLY SERIES, STANDUP STARTUP Trailhead, a public/private venture between local entrepreneurs and the city of Boise, is launching a new monthly series, Standup Startup, which will feature startup company presentations, subject matter experts and keynote speakers to connect, inform and enhance the entrepreneurial connections to the Boise startup community The Standup Startup series is one more way that Trailhead is helping grow and benefit the startup and business communities in Boise.

HUMANITIES COUNCIL HONORS JIM JONES Idaho Supreme Court Chief Justice Jim Jones with

As your local homebuilder, Brighton Homes is

Award. The award, which includes a $1,000 hono-

committed to enhancing the amazing qualities that

rarium, honors his distinguished career as a public

make its hometown so special. For nearly 25 years,

servant and justice of the Idaho Supreme Court,

the Brighton Homes team has created timeless com-

his devotion to the plight of refugees in Idaho and

munities with unique characteristics, built energy-ef-

the U.S. for many years, and the recent publication

ficient homes of uncompromising quality and forged

of a book he authored that explores the history of

lasting relationships both professionally and person-

a significant southern Idaho Snake River water

ally throughout the Boise area. Brighton Homes loves

rights controversy of the 1980s.

its hometown and it shows in everything it does!

its Outstanding Achievement in the Humanities

Jones, 75, a decorated U.S. Army veteran of the

Brighton Homes is really excited to announce its

Vietnam War, served on the staff of Sen. Len B.

newest community, Cadence, located at Paramount

Jordan in the early 1970s and was elected twice as

in Meridian. Cadence, an active adult community, will

Idaho’s attorney general. He was elected to the Idaho

include a wide range of amenities including a clubhouse

Supreme Court in 2004, ran unopposed in 2008 and

with pool, on-site fitness center, walking paths, open

was elected by his peers as chief justice in 2015.

spaces and much more. Homes will be built exclusively by Brighton Homes to include maintenance-free landscaping and smart home technology. Cadence homes will be 100 percent Energy Star certified.

BOISE LEGISLATORS NAMED AG ALL-STARS

GIRL SCOUTS RECEIVE GRANT TO HELP AT-RISK YOUTH Girl Scouts of Silver Sage Council received funding from Mountain West Bank, Washington Federal Bank and the Whittenberger Foundation

Eighty-one legislators, including Fred Martin

totaling $10,000 for the council’s in-school

and Chuck Winder of Boise, were named Ag All-

Visions mentoring program for low-income,

Stars by Food Producers of Idaho based upon their

at-risk girls. Visions serves 160 girls in 17 schools

voting records on selected pieces of legislation in

in Boise, Nampa, Ontario and West Ada districts.

the 2017 Idaho legislative session. The legislators

The program will reach nearly 300 girls by the

were honored at a recognition banquet at the

end of the 2017-18 school year.

beginning of the 2018 session.

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The Idaho Humanities Council honored former

BRIGHTON HOMES, BOISE’S LOCAL HOME BUILDER, ANNOUNCES NEW COMMUNITY

Visions is a free, in-school program that helps

Food Producers of Idaho, representing more than

fourth through sixth-grade girls develop compe-

45 different agriculture commodity and farm organi-

tence in a variety of life-coping skills including

zations in Idaho, annually honors legislators for their

healthy decision-making, problem-solving, commu-

voting record on issues supported or opposed by the

nication and conflict resolution, and personal safety.

organization. The award has been presented for the

The program is led by qualified, trained volunteers

last 16 legislative sessions. Every topic that is identified

and school counselors who serve as positive men-

as a tracked issue by the Food Producers organization

tors. Since the start of Visions in 2001, more than

may be an issue that will be used on the organization’s

3,000 girls in the Treasure Valley have successfully

scorecard at the end of the session.

completed the program.

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ARID CLUB SELECTS NEW GENERAL MANAGER The Arid Club has announced Theresa Korpi is the club’s new general manager. Korpi, one of 120 female certified club manager in the Club Management Association of America, has 20 years of experience in the club business, most recently as the manager of the Hillcrest Country Club in Bartlesville, Oklahoma. She has

an AmeriCorps Volunteer in Service to America and VISTA Leader with the Idaho National Guard Family Programs and the Idaho Foodbank. Schowalter brings an enthusiasm for service that is second to none, Program Manager Renee Bade said.

STATE GOP RECOGNIZES OUTSTANDING IDAHO REPUBLICANS

also served as controller and general manager of

Individuals were recognized for their support of

the Bloomington Country Club in St. George, Utah.

the Idaho Republican Party and were inducted into

This move brings her back to her Western roots,

its hall of fame.

and the position with the Arid Club offers her excit-

"Dedicated volunteers and distinguished public ser-

ing professional challenges. Korpi was selected

vants are the backbone of the Idaho Republican Party,"

for the position after an extensive national search

Chairman Jonathan Parker said. "Our party is forever

headed up by HR Precision of Boise. The Arid Club,

indebted to these outstanding men and women."

originally established in 1890, is an exclusive club for executives and professional peers.

IDAHO WALK BIKE ALLIANCE RECOGNIZES BOISE BIKE-FRIENDLY BUSINESSES The Idaho Walk Bike Alliance has recognized nine

Inductees

were:

Administration

Outstanding

Official:

Sen.

Republican

Mike

Crapo;

Outstanding Precinct Committeeperson: Marie Eier, Julie Lynn and Char Tovey; Outstanding Republican Worker: Rachel Hatton, Cindy Jesinger, Jennifer Locke and Pam Thier;  Outstanding

Idaho businesses and government agencies that

Regional,

have earned gold, silver and bronze level distinctions

Chair: Darrell Bolz, Lance Kolbet, Doug Ricks

for 2017 as announced by the League of American

and Ann Rydalch; Outstanding Republican

Bicyclists. The league is a national organization that

Legislator: Rep. Dorothy Moon and Rep. Dell

represents bicyclists to create safer roads, stronger

Raybould; Most Valuable Person: Chris Harriman,

communities and a bicycle-friendly America.

Steve Yates and Rick Youngblood; Lifetime

County

or

Legislative

District

Awarded at the gold level for 2017 is Vitruvian

Achievement Award: Rep. Lenore Barrett, Sen.

Planning, a planning, technical assistance and

Bart Davos, Kitty Kunz, Sen. Patti Ann Lodge,

health integration firm based in Boise.

Cindy Moyle, Dennis Turner and Harvey Walker.

Awarded at the silver level for 2017 are Dawson Taylor Coffee Roasters and Boise Co-op in the hospitality/food/retail category, both based in Boise.

TOUCHMARK AT MEADOW LAKE VILLAGE ANNOUNCES NEW EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

The Boise Police Department earned the silver level

Kent Mulkey has been named the new executive

for the second year in a row in the government

director of Touchmark at Meadow Lake Village.

agency category and RedBuilt LLC earned the silver

He takes over the position from Matthew Hoskin,

distinction in the manufacturing/research category.

who has been promoted to vice president, regional

The League of American Bicyclists also recog-

director of operations for Touchmark. Mulkey brings

nized Boise businesses 10 Barrel Brewing Company,

nearly 20 years of experience serving as regional

Joyride Cycles, Just Eat Local and the Shandro

and executive directors for several retirement com-

Group Inc. with the bronze level of distinction.

munities in Colorado and California. Most recently,

BOISE WOMAN ELECTED TO SERVE ON GOVERNOR’S VOLUNTEERISM COMMISSION

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committee. She previously served for two years as

he led Covenant Village of Colorado, a 239-home continuing care retirement community. Before that, he was regional director of sales and cus-

Colleen Schowalter of Boise was elected to serve

tomer experience with Keystone Senior Management

as the 2018 vice chairwoman of Serve Idaho, the

Services, overseeing six communities and two in

governor’s commission on service and volunteer-

development. Mulkey is also a contributing writer for

ism. Schowalter is the volunteer services coordina-

Senior Housing Forum and other publications as well

tor and studio manager for the Idaho Commission

as an accomplished public speaker with more than 750

for Libraries. She serves as the public affairs

presentations. Before entering the field of senior living,

deputy officer for the Boise Veterans Day Parade

he spent 15 years in full-time vocational ministry.

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WATER & WOODS

Spring into the

SNAKE RIVER CANYON ARTICLE AND PHOTOGRAPHY ROGER PHILLIPS

IDAHO'S FAMED RIVER IS A SPRING SENSATION

WHEN IT COMES TO WINTERS, THE TREASURE

VALLEY

ISN’T

EXACTLY

MINNESOTA, BUT AFTER SNOWSTORMS, FREEZES, INVERSIONS AND RAINSTORMS, I YEARN FOR SOMETHING A LITTLE WARMER AND GREENER. With the first warm, sunny days of March, I feel myself drawn to the Snake River. It’s like a sneak preview of spring where I can wander along the river and see some familiar sites, discover a few new ones, and either sit and absorb the sun’s rays or get a head start on my spring fishing trips. And, while the Treasure Valley typically has a mild climate, the Snake River is even milder thanks to its lower elevation and protective canyon.  Drop into the canyon, and you feel like you’ve been transported far away from the busy Treasure Valley and back in time. There’s history in the canyon where Native Americans wintered for eons, and river provided transportation and trade for settlers.  The black cliffs, gravel bars, islands and sagebrush plains harbor a variety of wildlife and look for the soaring raptors that gave the Morley Nelson Snake River Birds of Prey National Conservation Area its identity.  Grab a fishing rod and try to catch a smallmouth bass or catfish from the river or just stare at the sparkling water set against the canyon walls. Lace up your hiking boots and wander the shoreline. Watch for the hints of the past—a weathered foundation that marks an abandoned homestead—and wonder what life was like trying to eke out a living from a beautiful, challenging landscape.  The Snake River runs the length of southern Idaho before heading north and plunging into Hells Canyon. There are many places to experience the river, and here are a few of my favorites. 

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Dedication Point offers some of the finest viewpoints the Snake River offers.


C E L E B R AT I O N PA R K The park is located south of Nampa and showcases the Snake River’s history, prehistory and was established as Idaho’s only archaeological park in 1989. Canyon County Parks and Waterways recommends a walk through the basalt melon gravels deposited

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by the Bonneville flood and stopping to see petroglyphs as ancient as 10,000 years old. See the interpretive sites and learn about the Paleolithic ways of life, and try throwing a dart with an atlatl, which is a tool used by the ancients to hunt game. More recent history can be seen on a walking tour of historical Guffey Railroad Bridge and Southwest Idaho’s early mining and railroad history or hike upstream to Halverson Lake. (Hint: It’s swarming with bluegill in the spring.)

S WA N FA L L S DA M This is a working dam, a museum, a park and a recreation area with boat ramps, rustic campsites, trails for hiking and horse riding, and more. It's about a half-hour from Kuna, so it’s an easy daytrip. Swan Falls Reservoir upstream from the dam is a nice spot to paddle a canoe or kayak. Before dropping into the canyon, stop by Dedication Point and experience one of the Snake River’s finest viewpoints.

H E L L S C A N YO N This is a long day trip, but a great weekend trip. It’s roughly a two-hour drive to Brownlee Reservoir, which is the uppermost of three reservoirs in Hells Canyon. Then there are 34 miles

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CULINARY CREATIONS

Fish en Papillote

CHEF VERNON HICKMAN SHARES HIS RECIPE ARTICLE JULIE MEYER | PHOTOGRAPHY RICHARD MEYER 20

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FISH EN PAPILLOTE Yields two servings                                           Cooking method: Baked in paper You'll need: 2 12-inch-by-18-inch sheets of parchment paper INGREDIENTS + 3 tablespoons clarified butter                                              + 1-2 tablespoons shallot, minced                                           + 1/4 cup carrot, julienned    + 6 asparagus spears, fresh                                  + 1/4 cup red onion, julienned + 1 tablespoon your choice fresh herbs: dill, tarragon or thyme             + 2-4 sliced crimini mushrooms + 2 fish fillets  + 1 lemon zest and sliced  + 1/2  fennel bulb      + 5 cherry tomatoes                                             

“I will always be grateful for the influence of Chef Fisher in my life. He had the passion for the work, and he passed that on to me. Now, I have the best job in the world, teaching what I love.” CHEF VERNON HICKMAN’S LOVE OF COOKING TOOK ROOT IN THE HOME. He was impressed as a boy watching his mother putting together meals in the kitchen. By 16 he was working at The Outlaw Inn,

+ Salt and pepper, to taste                                             Optional: + Bell pepper (any color), diced + Turnips + Parsnips DIRECTIONS 1. Preheat oven to 425 degrees F. 2. Cut two pieces of parchment paper into large heart shapes by folding the paper in half and drawing half of a heart and cutting out. Then unfold to reveal the whole heart (like you did for making hearts for Valentine’s Day). 3. Brush each paper with clarified butter to prevent sticking.

but it wasn’t until he began work at The Game Keeper with chef John

4. Toss the mixed vegetable together. You can mix any

Fisher that his love of cooking turned into “the passion.”

combination you prefer. For a vegan option, you can simply

Transitioning into culinary education 31 years ago allowed

omit the fish and add more types of veggies. Lay 1/3 of the

Hickman to spend time with his wife and two sons, and share the

veggies on one-half of each of the hearts, so you can fold it

passion with his students. For the past 10 years, he has been head

over later. Hickman likes to place a bed of vegetables under

of the Culinary Arts program for the West Ada School District. He

the fish fillet, sprinkle with seasoning, then top with more

also oversees the student-run restaurant Café Renaissance, which is

veggies and moisture-foods like tomatoes and lemon slices

open to the public for lunch 11:30 a.m. to noon most Thursdays and

to aid in the steaming effect. Pour remaining butter over the

Fridays from November through May.

top and sprinkle with fresh herbs of your choice.

This month, Hickman is sharing an easy to prepare, yet sure to impress dish, fish en papillote, perfect for Valentine’s Day. “Served in a heart-shaped parchment opened at the time of serving, the delicious aroma makes you feel very special,” Hickman says. “This can also be customized for a vegetarian, or by substituting the fish for shrimp or chicken; you can really cater this dish to delight the ones you love.”

5. Fold the uncovered half of each heart over the fish and 1vegetables, and fold and crease the edge of the parchment paper approximately 2-3 inches at a time, overlapping the new fold slightly over the last one, sealing the edges. 6. Place on a metal baking pan and bake for approximately

“People don’t care how much you know until they know how much

10 minutes. The parchment paper will puff up and brown.

you care,” is the heart of Chef Hickman’s philosophy. He trains his

Remove from the oven and snip the center of the paper and

students to work hard and be good at what they do, always remind-

pull apart with two forks and serve immediately, or you can

ing them to be humble.

impress your guests by placing it in front of them and then

For more information on Café Renaissance, visit WestAda.org/Culinary.

opening it. You and your guests will love the aromatic herbs and vegetables, but be careful of the steam! March 2018 | Boise Lifestyle

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“Creativit y is piercing the mundane to find the mar velous.” —Bill Moyers

CREATIVITY CAN BE NURTURED AND HARVESTED BUT NEEDS A SUITABLE SPACE TO DEVELOP AND GROW. There appears to be a growing trend in this idea of developing an environment conducive to fostering creativity or inspiration within the home or office. Modern families are looking

Hello

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for uniquely quirkier spaces—spaces like music rooms, craft rooms, playrooms and reading rooms. Even in the office spaces of corporate America, one is less likely to see the boxy offices or stuffy boardrooms that set the traditional tones of yesteryear. Today, there is a notion to gather in comfortable, collaborative nooks and to reinvent the current real estate to make better use of the space.

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“Due to the popularity of design shows on HGTV, our cli-

Following their design instincts, both Jennifer and Sandy eschew

ents are very design savvy, they really want a more hands-on

trendier ideas; instead, they rely upon an inner creed of incorpo-

approach to their projects,” Sandy says.

rating traditional, classic design that also encapsulates a family’s

One example of this more collective effort resulted in a

unique needs and desires.

uniquely creative space that was once just part of the kitchen

“People (today) are trying to simplify, to declutter their life and make

pantry. By reconfiguring the available space, the designers and

things as functional as possible but also unique to their needs,” Jennifer says.

homeowner were able to carve out not only functional storage

Interested in repurposing your existing space or looking to

but also a home office.

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ARTISTS PALETTE

Gathering: An Easter Egg BOISE ART GLASS OWNER FILIP VOGELPOHL BRINGS COMMUNITY TOGETHER WITH HIS LOVE OF GLASSBLOWING ARTICLE JAMIE AMES GETTING LOCAL ARTIST FILIP VOGELPOHL TO TALK

pieces in 48 stores and galleries across the country. The staff

ABOUT HIMSELF IS NOT EASY. Genuine and friendly,

does custom work and commissions for home or business,

but reluctant to speak about his successes as an artist

including chandeliers, lighting, sculpture, urns and memorial

and a businessman, his soft-spoken humility only adds to

(ash) pieces. Filip’s work is featured at various high-end busi-

his charm. Fortunately, with some coaxing, he told Boise

nesses around town, including the many lovely light fixtures

Lifestyle about himself and his art, and we discovered a

and wall sconces at the Inn at 500 Capitol.

treasure in his love for the community.

He also hides Easter eggs downtown every year. For a week

Filip has been blowing glass for half his life. He discov-

before Easter, one colorful glass egg is hidden and a clue posted

ered glassblowing while visiting a friend in Eugene, Oregon.

each day on the Boise Art Glass Facebook page. Finders, keep-

The friend lived next door to a glass studio, and, on a whim,

ers! (Happy hunting!) Hidden treasure notwithstanding, the

Filip decided to try it out. The medium hooked him from the

best thing about Boise Art Glass is the classes it offers.

outset, and he knew it was what he wanted to do. He spent years traveling all over, studying with different artists as far away as New Jersey and Philadelphia. Filip sought out anyone who could teach him technique and help him hone his craft. From his first glass production in a trailer, he progressed through several locations: a garage, his original commercial space off of Orchard Street, Ming Studios at Sixth and Myrtle, and finally to the property he now

Boise Art Glass offers hands-on

“I call it Boise Art Glass for

classes for ages 8 and up. From single

one-hour

sessions

to

classes that last weeks, there are

a reason,” he says. “Boise

several options to learn the art or

needed a place like this where

discounts for education-related

people can gather together and create something.”

co-owns with Delia Dante (of Fire Fusion Studio), in the historic Bogie Building downtown. Tidy and well-organized, the sizable studio is roomy and

simply try it out. Filip is passionate about education and offers special groups, whether it’s a field trip, Scouts or other nonprofit organizations, team-building or homeschoolers trying something new. Filip is excited for the opportunity to share the art he loves. The classes are a hit too, with people traveling from all over the coun-

try. Don’t want to spend money on a class? The public is always welcome to watch for free.

inviting. The two businesses share the space beautifully. The

Filip moved to Boise as a 10-year-old refugee, whose

arrangement arose out of creative problem-solving as Filip out-

parents were escaping communism in Prague. He has seen

grew Ming Studios. He needed a bigger building but what he

the Treasure Valley grow up alongside him, and, for 15 years,

envisioned was financially out of reach. He approached Delia,

it has been his dream to bring the art form he loves to the

and the two studios bought the Bogie Building together. They

community.

are separate ventures, but they share the space in a way that

The warmth of hot glass and fired kilns makes a cozy

is companionable and complementary, and they have a single

interlude amidst other downtown pursuits. Friendly people,

gallery between them where pieces from both studios can be

interesting chatter and beautiful things to peruse—what

purchased. This arrangement allows both businesses to thrive.

are you waiting for? Boise Art Glass is sitting there, a giant

Boise Art Glass sells blown glass and torchwork production

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OPEN HOUSE

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A Modern Farmhouse in East Valley 5252 S. HAKKASAN AVE. ARTICLE RACHEL BENNETT | PHOTOGRAPHY RICHARD MEYER

ALMOST EVERYBODY WANTS IT—A HOME WITH THE POP-

important part in this house and windows are everywhere,

ULAR MODERN FARMHOUSE LOOK AND FEEL. And although

showcasing the view and taking advantage of the sunlight.

there aren’t too many old houses around that can be renovated

East Valley is a subdivision with around 50 houses and is cur-

into that fashion, there are beautiful new homes being built to

rently selling in their last phase with lots and homes still available

fit the demand.

and is close to anything you could want. Idaho Shakespeare Festival

5252 S. Hakkasan Ave, listed by Kami Brant of O2 Realty

Amphitheater, Barber Park, the Boise River and greenbelt access

and located in the new East Valley subdivision, is one of those

across the street, Ridge to Rivers Trailhead a block away, quick

homes. Brand new, it has all the touches that a modern farm-

access to the interstate, downtown, the Boise Airport, and several

house requires and is ready for you to add your personal style

top-tier schools all make this the ideal location to call home.

and details. Modern and sleek from the outside, you walk through

This beautiful home is 2,774 square feet, has four bed-

a wood- and glass-paneled door to a warm and inviting space

rooms, a bonus room, 2 1/2 bath and three-car garage

that was built with the functionality to form to any family.

and sits on a .19-acre lot. If this house sounds like

Dressed in neutrals of grays and whites, shiplap walls, crown

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bathrooms. The floors are a light, wide-planked, engineered

at The Latigo by Black Rock Homes. It should be available for

hardwood that run throughout the first floor. Light plays an

purchase in early summer.

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OPEN HOUSE

(CON TI N U ED)

Getting the Look Today, farmhouse is mostly used as a way to describe a style as well as a way of living, and it’s everywhere. Thanks to hit shows like "Fixer Upper," the modern farmhouse (or farmhouse chic) style has swept Pinterest boards for house ideas, room décor and weddings. If you aren’t able to buy a modern farmhouse-ready home like this, rest easy. This trendy style is easy to incorporate into your current style and is cohesive with almost everything. Here are some key things to think about to create that vibe in your current living space. + Recycle, Reuse, Reclaim, Restyle:  “Back in the day," there wasn’t a lot of extra money to buy new furniture. Families had to do with what they had, build something new  or reinvent old items. Today, that is exactly what you want to look for. Vintage is a buzzword that's been given too broad a definition as of late, but that’s what you need. Hit up secondhand stores and flea markets. Look for the chairs and tables that have worn paint and have personality. + Opposites attract:  In farmhouse style, old and new marry well together, as do country and modern. Try pairing a crystal chandelier with a reclaimed wood kitchen table. Put different wooden chairs around your kitchen table. Don’t have matching armchairs to go with your new leather sofa? Grab a couple different fabric armchairs in bold prints or faded colors. + Staples:  Farmhouse sink,  wrought-iron light fixtures, wood floors (preferably wide-plank), white cabinets, wood walls (including shiplap), burlap, Mason jars, neutral color palates with pops of subtle color, organic materials, distressed  anything, small pots of houseplants (including succulents), sliding barn doors, family-centric spaces Now that you have the basics, try it out. Remember that it doesn’t have to be magazine ready—that’s the beauty of it. Don’t stress about symmetry and definitely shun perfection. Use textures and opposites and unlikely focus pieces. Make an accent wall or shelf that is filled with knickknacks and mismatched pottery, grab a can of paint in a fresh neutral color. Pull out grandma’s old chair. And most of all, have fun and make sure you give it some of your personality.

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MARCH

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ILLUMIBRATE LIGHT & COLOUR FESTIVAL

"KINKY BOOTS"

BOISE PHILHARMONIC POPS CONCERT

Jack's Urban Meeting Place

Morrison Center

Morrison Center

Illumibrate Light & Colour Festival is a

"Kinky Boots" is Broadway’s high-

Broadway vocalist Doug LaBrecque

free community event designed to bring

heeled hit! With songs by pop icon

will be featured in an evening of favor-

people together through laughter and joy,

Cyndi Lauper, this joyous musical cel-

ites during the Boise Philharmonic’s

collectively illuminate our connectedness,

ebration is about the friendships we

Broadway Pops concert. The concert

and express the exuberant human spirit

discover and the belief that you can

begins at 7:30 p.m. BoisePhil.org

through an evening of color, lights and

change the world when you change

community engagement. The event will be

your mind. Tickets: $37.50-$65 plus

held from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. JUMPBoise.org

fees. MorrisonCenter.com

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SCIENCE WITH STYLE GALA

BOISE ART MUSEUM GALA

Chateau des Fleurs

Boise Art Musuem

phers to present new choreography.

Join the Discovery Center of Idaho as in-

Illuminate: A radiant Night at the Boi-

Often edgy, raw and surprising, this

dividuals and companies come together

se Art Museum will feature an evening

event of short ballets is sure to keep

to help raise funds that support the cen-

full of art, glamour and fun. Guests are

the audience guessing. The event takes

ter’s mission to inspire lifelong interest and

invited to immerse themselves in dy-

place at various times in the intimate,

learning in science, technology, engineer-

namic art in an all-inclusive, fully host-

200-seat Ballet Idaho theater in the Es-

ing and math. The event is from 6 p.m. to

ed evening. The event begins at 6 p.m.

ther Simplot Performing Arts Academy.

9 p.m. Single tickets: $150. DCIdaho.org

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15 "DANCING WITH THE STARS: LIVE!" Morrison Center

America’s favorite dance show is back

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17 MAKE YOUR OWN PINATA PARTY Jack’s Urban Meeting Place

Join Boise Elementary Spanish every third

on tour across America with “Dancing

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signed to expose everyone to the joy of

Night.” This all-new production show-

George Lopez is a multitalented en-

learning Spanish. Learn about piñatas,

cases every style of dance seen on

tertainer whose career encompasses

their history and importance in Hispanic

ABC’s hit show, from sizzling salsas to

stand-up comedy, television, film and

culture, and then make your own and fill

elegant waltzes and high-energy group

late night talk show host. For mature

with our favorite treats. The event is from

numbers. 8 p.m. Tickets: $39.50-$79.50

audiences only. 8 p.m. Tickets: $49.50,

1:30 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. $10. JUMPBoise.org

plus fees. MorrisonCenter.com

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Saturday for some family-friendly fun de-

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PARANORMAL INVESTIGATION AT THE OLD IDAHO PEN

ST. PATRICK'S DAY CELEBRATION Zee's Rooftop

The City of Trees’ largest music festival

Old Idaho Penitentiary

Celebrate St. Patrick's Day above the city

will overtake Boise for its seventh year

Join Big River Paranormal as they use

by ordering from a special Ireland-inspired

as more than 300 bands at a dozen

their unique equipment and knowledge

menu prepared by chef Zee. Beer and wine

downtown venues. The five-day festival

to attempt to connect with inmates and

available for purchase. Show up wear-

also features opportunities to experience

guards of the past. Participants are wel-

ing green and have your name thrown

yoga, food, comedy, beer and film. Go to

come to bring their own cameras but

into the raffle bucket. 5 p.m. to 10 p.m.

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Skull, $49

Locally made clay planter, $36

Handblown pewter glass vase, $89 Birch flameless remote candle, $39

Decorative vase, $16

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ECLECTIC. When I decorate shelves, I start with

holder, $69

a theme or color palette. Then mimic and repeat my accessories with similar pieces or coordinating vessels. I also add pops of greenery/organic succulents to soften the openings. Less is definitely more, but most important is  the scale and overall theme. That is what I believe draws your eye in and makes a harmonious statement. I love to use interesting items that don't give off a staged or commercial feel. You can achieve the right

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