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Happy Homes I

MARCH 2017

'm excited to share that my boyfriend Michael and I finally bought a house last fall that fulfilled our short list of "must-haves."

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Andy Manz | Amanz@LifestylePubs.com EDITOR

Dana Lapinel | Dana.Lapinel@LifestylePubs.com

• a backyard (for our two dogs) • lots of natural lighting (we previously lived in a Denver dungeon) • two bedrooms (we love friends and family visiting) • a social kitchen (it's where we hang out the most) We thought the pre-home process was complicated: Two years cautiously watching our credit and saving, finding a loan, going to hundreds of open houses, contracts getting rejected, and all of the stress, hiccups and tears that go along with the home buying process. After finally finding our dream home, we signed the papers and received the keys to an empty house. Months later, it's still mostly empty rooms.  That's the part we didn't take into consideration. Decorating and how hard (and expensive) it is! The first time homebuyer saga continues as we struggle to fill bare walls and spaces throughout our abode. There's a dire need for interior designers in this world. Regardless of the million pinned ideas on Pinterest, it won't be the same as a pro walking throughout the space and turning concepts into reality.  Fortunately, after this issue, I met Emily Tucker Design, Inc. A Boulder interior stylist who let us snoop around her beautiful home for home inspiration (*hint: it's all about style & durability), and it's best to mix thrift store finds with sentimental hand-medowns and even new, modern picks.  We also got a design history lesson from Denver-based interior stylist, Anna Smith, who shared a formal introduction to Eero Saarinen's Tulip Tables & Chairs. Perfect timing with spring's imminent arrival.  Speaking of spring, we couldn't let Pantone's spring 2017 line of colors slip through the cracks without a curated feature. Thanks to Nancy Gandrud with A Bit Lovely, Hannah Howard with Ink + Root and talented photographer Kylie Fitts, we collected interior design and fashion items that fall within these color trends. The number one color for 2017 being Greenery, a perfect match for a month like March.  Good luck with making your house a happy home and spring cleaning!

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Kate Manz | Kmanz@LifestylePubs.com ADMINISTRATIVE DIRECTOR

Felicia Meyer | Felicia.Meyer@LifestylePubs.com EDITORIAL PHOTOGRAPHER

Colleen Kelly | Colleen.Kelly@LifestylePubs.com CONTRIBUTING WRITERS

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Realty Report

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Open House

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Giving Back

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Travel Destination

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Locally Owned

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Culinary Creations

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Times Past

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Animal Kingdom

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Food & Wine

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Emily Tucker Design, Inc. takes an interior look at the personal

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42 Vision Into View

Melton Design Build remodels a ranch-style home with pops of

color and stunning mountain views.

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Inside the 2016 Outward Bound Micro Cabins, built by students of

CU's Colorado Building Workshop.

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65 Pantone Picks

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20th annual Boulder Wedding Showcase

The 20th annual Boulder Wedding Showcase was held on Sunday, January 29th at both Rembrandt Yard Art Gallery & Event Center and Boulder Theater. Recently engaged couples were able to plan the wedding of their dreams by meeting with some of the area's best wedding experts. PHOTOGRAPHY BY LUCY SCHULTZ.

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CWA Kickoff @ Alpine Modern Cafe

The Conference on World Affairs recently held a kickoff event at Alpine Modern Cafe. Guests were asked to vote on possible panelists for the week long CWA event, which will be held in April. PHOTOGRAPHY BY ELIZA DONLEY.

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Alpine Fit Grand Opening Party

Thanks to a real community effort Alpine Fit Physical Therapy & Nutrition had an incredible kick-off evening complete with the support of local violinist Michaela, Bolder Pilates's incredible space, artwork by local artist Sarah Kinn, flowers by Fiori and much more. PHOTOGRAPHY BY NOAH KATZ.

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Petunia Mafia Cycling Kickoff Meeting at Rags

Colorado-based women's cycling club Petunia Mafia held a kickoff event at Rags Consignments in Boulder. Women gathered to learn about the team's plans for the year, enjoyed food and beverages from local businesses and got the chance to shop for stylish fashions. PHOTOGRAPHY BY KELLY MORRILL.

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Silver Soiree

Twenty-five years ago an abandoned dairy became a center for Boulder artists and organizations. Today, the recently renovated Dairy Arts Center hosts over 250,000 arts experiences every year, and in early February hosted its Silver Soiree event to celebrate Boulder with visual, performing and cinematic arts. PHOTOGRAPHY BY ANI VATTANO.

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of just one ingredient outside of the standard grain, hops, yeast, and water recipe. Avery Brewing Company plans to release Ginger Sour and Coconut Porter by mid-2017. “The interesting thing about our Botanicals & Barrels series is that as beautiful and simple as the final beer is, it is the culmination of an insanely complex and intricate process,” says Travis Rupp, Avery’s Research and Development Manager and Beer Archaeologist. Avery’s Apricot Sour will be available year-round in 22-ounce bottles and will be distributed nationally. AveryBrewing.com

MELTON DESIGN BUILD OF BOULDER AWARDED BEST OF HOUZZ 2017 Melton Design Build of Boulder, CO has won “Best Of Design” and “Best of Customer Service” on Houzz®, the leading platform for home remodeling and design. The three-time winner, 24-year-old, full-service design/ build firm was chosen by the more than 40 million monthly unique users that comprise the Houzz community from among more than one million active home building, remodeling and design industry professionals. The Best Of Houzz is awarded annually in three categories: Design, Customer Service, and Photography. Design award winners’ work was the most popular among the more than 40 million monthly users on Houzz. Customer Service honors are based on several factors, including

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the number and quality of client reviews a professional received in 2016.

RSL Outdoor Living of Longmont, CO has won “Best Of Customer

Architecture and interior design photographers whose images were

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most popular are recognized with the Photography award. A “Best Of

RSL Outdoor Living is extremely proud to win the best of Houzz Customer

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Service Award for the third year in a row. RSL prides itself in being the

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popular and top-rated home professionals in every metro area on Houzz.

County, and again our clients have spoken. RSL is the complete solution

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each customer has an exceptional experience and that our designs are

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to excellence. These badges help homeowners identify popular and top-rated home professionals in every metro area on Houzz. “We’re so pleased to award Best of Houzz 2017 to this incredible

Avery Brewing Company, a Boulder, CO-based craft brewery and maker

group of talented and customer-focused professionals, including RSL

of White Rascal Belgian-Style White Ale is thrilled to announce the addition

Outdoor Living, said Liza Hausman, vice president of Industry Marketing

of its barrel-aged Apricot Sour that will add to the popular Raspberry Sour,

for Houzz. “Each of these businesses was singled out for recognition

Vanilla Bean Stout, and Tangerine Quadruple Ale that currently make up the

by our community of homeowners and design enthusiasts for helping

“Botanicals & Barrels” series. Apricot Sour is a bright and tangy Sour Ale

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that artfully highlights juicy apricots and barrel-aged tartness. Apricot Sour is the fourth installment of the “Botanicals & Barrels”

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ALPINE MODERN CAFE' IS NOW SERVING BRUNCH AND ROLLS OUT NEW MENU Alpine Modern is rolling out a new menu with seasonal dishes. They will also start serving a special weekend brunch service! On Saturdays and Sundays, they will be serving a delicious selection of sweet and savory waffles, bottomless mimosas, and a special coffee drink: the Snowy Boulder. For more information and to view the menu, visit AlpineModern.com

BCD MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENTS TAKE STANCE AGAINST WHALE CAPTIVITY, SHARK FINNING AND SUPPORT THE CREATION OF PROTECTED OCEAN SANCTUARIES At Boulder Country Day School, students enrolled in the Ocean

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Conservation Exploratory class have started petitions to serve causes that their learning has led them to be passionate about. BCD science teacher, Dr. Carl Hager, a Professor of Oceanography and Marine Mammal Acoustician at the US Naval Academy from 2006 to 2014, now shares his passion for the aquatic sciences with his students through a

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worthy of intellectual attention and more importantly, action. I’m so proud that this group wants to impact positive change”. Having visited, Sea World in the past 7th grader, Sam Jarvis, shared, “I felt responsible for doing something after learning what we learned

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BOULDER PHIL TO PERFORM IN WASHINGTON, D.C., AS PART OF INAUGURAL SHIFT FESTIVAL OF AMERICAN ORCHESTRAS The

Boulder

Philharmonic

Orchestra,

Boulder’s professional symphony orchestra, has been selected to participate in the new weeklong SHIFT Festival of American Orchestras, taking place in Washington, D.C., from March 27 through April 2, 2017. The Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, North Carolina Symphony, and the Brooklyn-based ensemble, The Knights, chosen from a pool of excep-

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BOULDER BEER COMPANY TO RELEASE IRISH BLESSING OAK-AGED COFFEE STOUT Irish Blessing is a dark coffee Stout brewed with an abundance of black and chocolate malts for a bittersweet chocolate finish, and OZO Coffee for rich roasted coffee notes. The beer is then aged on oak that’s been soaked in Jameson Irish Whiskey. It clocks in at 6.8% ABV and 40 IBU’s. This brand new release will be available exclusively on draft for a limited time. “We collaborated with our friends and local roasters at OZO Coffee in Boulder to determine the perfect roast to complement our Stout, choosing their OZO Blend to use in the brew, adding earthy, roasted coffee flavors to the beer,” said Tess McFadden, Marketing Director at Boulder Beer Company. “We then age Irish Blessing on Jameson Irish Whiskey soaked oak, imparting the

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SUMMER BREAK

GIFTS FROM THE HEART BENEFIT LUNCHEON

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Via Mobility Services (Via) is hosting a Gifts from the Heart Benefit Luncheon on  May 11, 2017  at Via’s facility, 2855 N. 63rd  St.,

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727 13th Street

$2,395,000

$2,250,000

94%

40

1035 Kalmia Avenue

$2,295,000

$2,243,592

98%

192

2035 Glenwood Drive

$1,695,000

$1,665,000

98%

95

7531 Spring Drive

$1,850,000

$1,650,000

89%

146

2838 3rd Street

$1,595,000

$1,590,600

100%

1

302 Pearl Street

$1,650,000

$1,550,000

94%

154

1951 Alpine Avenue

$1,550,000

$1,525,000

98%

17

348 S 68th Street

$1,445,500

$1,408,000

97%

98

2890 Juilliard Street

$1,450,000

$1,300,000

90%

122

405 Hawthorn Avenue

$1,400,000

$1,275,000

91%

83

1219 High Street

$1,275,000

$1,265,000

99%

1

4609 Field Court

$1,295,000

$1,246,000

96%

135

7055 Rustic Trail

$1,250,000

$1,225,000

98%

17

870 15th Street

$1,150,000

$1,150,000

100%

3

521 Dewey Avenue

$1,195,000

$1,130,000

95%

27

4606 Field Court

$1,100,000

$1,000,000

91%

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ARTICLE JULIA DE LA ROCHE | PHOTOGRAPHY KELSEY HUFFER

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Now Open

(CON TI N U ED)

ichelle DeHaven opens the

M

“I road trip with my husband for vintage

on things for the home. She teases offerings

doors to her shop, and she waits. She waits

and found objects, seek out indie compa-

on her elegantly designed Instagram page,

for the customers to come, waits eagerly

nies at the markets in LA and NYC, and

reflecting a dreamy aesthetic reminiscent

for their reactions. She waits to see if all

constantly research and test small batch

of Gwyneth Paltrow’s Goop, although one

her hard work will pay off.

makers of all things food and apothecary.”

that’s much more affordable.

“My absolute favorite thing is to road trip and treasure hunt,” says DeHaven.

It’s 11 a.m. but her day has hardly

Each new day DeHaven opens shop

“I have such a wide variety of items in

just begun. Well before opening the shop,

eager to connect with her customer base.

the shop; it’s an endless source of inspi-

DeHaven has already tackled brand

Her passion for retail stems from the

ration,” says DeHaven. “One moment I can

research, answering emails, posting to

endless opportunity to have a chat with a

post about vintage Italian brass and pat-

social media. After-hours she’ll then end her

broad range of people.

ent leather chairs, the next, adaptogenic dusts to add to your smoothie.”

day well after closing with further ground-

“In Boulder, more than anywhere else

work; scrolling through Instagram for

I have lived or traveled, you never know

DeHaven has designed a boutique full

inspiration and managing her online shop.

quite how sophisticated, educated, artistic,

of items just waiting for someone who

In between all of that, the doors to Haven

imaginative, interesting someone is based

thinks what they’ve found at Haven truly

open, and DeHaven and her treasures wait.

on appearances,” says DeHaven. “My best

belongs in their own personal haven. She

The store is filled with unique finds, all

customers range from 80 plus-year-old

is committed to keeping her stock curated

hoping for a customer to decide they ’re

grande dames to tatted-up skater boys.

to surprise and delight her clientele.

a must-have; to discover them as spe-

Appearances do not predict taste or style

cial the same way DeHaven considered

in Boulder, Colorado.”

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“My customers enjoy things that are unique, soulful, well-done,” says DeHaven. “I hope to never disappoint them by becoming predictable.”


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Open House

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T I M E L I N E FALL 2013

JANUARY 2014

AUGUST 2014

OCTOBER 2014

SPRING 2015

JULY 2015

Home purchased.

Officially started design. Melton DB worked on

Signed fixed-price

Began construction.

Began installation of

Home completed and

construction agree-

Interior and exterior dem-

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architecture, plans, in-

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the family moved in.

terior design, land sur-

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tion, working in phases to

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W

hen the Real family purchased a 1975 ranch-style house sit-

The family chose a predominantly white color palette, but it is softened

uated on 9 acres in East Boulder, they had a clear vision for

and given life through the use of fun, colorful accents. Renee Urbanowicz,

fitting the home to their lifestyle. It would be contemporary but soft,

the senior interior designer at Melton DB, worked primarily with Mrs.

fun and open. Most importantly, it would take advantage of the clear

Real to put together the interior aesthetic. Fabulous touches include the

views spanning from the Flatirons to Longs Peak.

refreshing use of bright tiles in the kitchen island, exposed beams in the

The Reals chose Melton Design Build for their extensive remodel project and say their professional, collaborative approach to design helped bring their vision to life with ease.

vaulted living room and colorful furniture choices in the office. Ty Melton, founder and president of Melton DB, says this project— winner of a gold CARE (Colorado Awards for Remodeling Excellence)

The house was gutted down to the studs so the flow of the interior

Award in the Whole House Remodel over $1 million category—is rep-

spaces could be thoroughly reimagined. Since county line-of-sight

resentative of his company’s flexible and collaborative approach. He

restrictions did not allow a second-floor addition, they decided to build

says their stellar nine-person design team enjoys working with clients to

out instead of up, integrating three original walls and roofline with the

interpret their desires and then exceed what the client thinks is possible.

modern addition added on the west side of the home. The east-facing

“One of our guiding principles is to keep projects fun and reward-

entrance is in a portion of the original structure where ceilings are lower,

ing both for our team and for our customers, and we really pulled that

and spaces are smaller. This was designed intentionally to give visitors

off with the Real home,” says Melton. “Most clients aren’t construc-

a sense of discovery and expansion as they enter the open main living

tion and remodeling professionals and often fear the process will be

room and kitchen area where 18-foot ceilings offer 200-degree views.

stressful, but it doesn’t have to be that way.”

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“The team was able to capture the concept we had drawn up,” says Mr. Real. “It was a hassle-free collaboration that enhanced the experience and, ultimately, the project.”

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Update the home to modern, contemporary design features while avoiding concepts or fixtures that would date the home quickly.

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TINY HOMES, BIG IMPACT THE 2016 OUTWARD BOUND MICRO CABINS, BUILT BY STUDENTS OF CU'S COLORADO BUILDING WORKSHOP, BENEFIT COLORADO OUTWARD BOUND SCHOOLS' FACULTY AND THEIR VISION OF OUTDOOR EDUCATION AND SUSTAINABILITY.

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n 2016, the University of Colorado Denver’s Colorado Building Workshop (CBW) continued its partnership with the Colorado

What makes these micro cabins unique is that each is site-specific and no two cabins are alike.

Outward Bound School; a not-for-profit organization focused on

“They’re driven by the natural features of the landscape,”

outdoor education. After designing and building 14 insulated year-

Sommerfeld explained. “Some of them, you walk through the

round micro cabins for students of COBS the year before, this

trees to get to the entry, others have holes in the roof to look

year’s goal was to create a village of seven cabins for its senior staff.

up at the sky because that was the most private way for that

Assistant Professor and Director of CBW Erik Sommerfeld said

cabin to sit in the landscape, given that the circulation or traffic

that the project was a great opportunity for the students to be involved in a not-for-profit that’s also involved with giving back.

pattern might have been busy around it.” Students were also responsible for creating innovative solu-

“One of the main things that we try to impart on the stu-

tions to thermal performance. With an average annual tempera-

dents is the importance of the relationship with the client in

ture of 35 degrees Fahrenheit, the structures were required to

architecture and how listening to your client and working

meet the standards of the International Energy Conservation

collaboratively with them throughout the process makes for a

Code for the coldest zone in the United States.

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Giving Back

(CON TI N U ED)

Drawing inspiration from quinzees, the cabins feature insulation techniques such as structurally insulated panels for the walls and flat roofs designed to hold the snow in the winter. The efficiency is intended to reflect the school's commitment to the environment, CBW says. The project’s difficult circumstances, however, was CBW’s greatest challenge. Not only were they working to deliver a project that was done in an extremely short period of time, with 15 weeks of design and prefabrication and just four weeks of on-site construction, they were met with a remote location that required all materials to be small enough to put in the back of a pick-up truck and light enough to be carried. Sommerfeld recalls that on the last day, the senior guide, who got to pick which cabin he was going to live in, turned to the students and said, “No matter which cabin I pick, it will be the nicest place I’ve ever lived in my life.” He added, “I think that was a proud moment because they realized how much the client appreciated what they’d done and how much their hard work had paid off. It was an honor to know we did right by them.” 

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"Design works when one is fully immersed in the site and invested in the program. Building the 2016 Micro Cabins required the designers do both. Living 50 feet away from the structures we were designing and building gave us a unique perspective on what the site demands and what the occupant desires." - Andrew Baur, M. Arch Candidate,  Colorado Building Workshop student 2016

“The Project was a wonderful combination of working with a great client, collaborating with a great and passionate team, and building in the majestic mountains of Leadville which all made for an experience I am very fond of and will always appreciate.” -Jesse Ledi, Colorado Building Workshop student 2016

"My experience was fantastic, the opportunity to work directly with a non-profit like Colorado Outward Bound on a design build project was a once-in-a-lifetime experience. An opportunity our class did not take lightly and delivered a well-rounded project we are all proud to call our own."  - Andrew Schrag, Colorado Building Workshop student 2016

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ARTICLE JULIA DE LA ROCHE | PHOTOGRAPHY KYLIE FITTS

DESIGNING

A LIFE Emily Tucker takes an interior look at the personal side of her design business.

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DESIGNING A LIFE (CON TI N U ED)

BRIGHT IDEA TRIM THROUGHOUT HOUSE

"I selected this dark gray (Benjamin Moore, HC-167) because it’s a nice punctuation to the space, plus the added bonus is that it doesn’t show dirt or grime when it gets kicked or knocked into."

mily Tucker starts her day with a fresh cup of coffee, in the comfort of her home, where she has cherry-picked each item filling her space to fit her aesthetic. Surrounded by items that meet her specifications, everything is easy to clean and would stand the test of time, in style as well as durability. Less practical things have simply struck her as beautiful, and whether they’re child-friendly or not, if she loves the way it looks, it makes the cut. She describes her personal style as modern with a traditional twist, including a touch of humor, always keeping comfort in mind. “I love a modern sofa, with a vintage rug,” says Tucker. “Or mixing a beautiful, important photograph with a five dollar painting you get at a flea market.” Tucker’s husband has never objected to anything she has chosen to design their home’s interior spaces, and she considers him a saint for it. When it comes to her 9-month-old Jack, she’s reassured that he can’t yet talk, and has therefore decided to pretend that he loves everything she’s selected. Although when his mom was a teenager, Tucker wasn’t quite so silent about her own mother’s design choices, which lead her to feel the calling for her future career.

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1

Restoration Hardware | Capiz Shell Pendant

Ikea | Stockholm sideboard

Anthropologie | Leather Rhys Chair

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4 5

Mother-in-Law's Tongue plant

Doors Throughout House | Benjamin Moore Gentleman’s Gray 2062-20

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DESIGNING A LIFE (CON TI N U ED)

NAVY, BABY "This is my absolute favorite navy blue, and painting doors can be a really nice way to add color throughout your home, without it being too overwhelming."

“Not my proudest moment, but when I was about 14, my mom redid the curtains in my room and didn’t tell me,” says Tucker. “I came home to curtains that were the same color as the walls, and I threw a fit! Like a hysterical tantrum because I was so disturbed by those curtains.” Now running her own business Emily Tucker Design, Inc., Tucker gets to call the shots, at least as much as she can while blending her personal and professional lives while running a business from her home. With her morning coffee, she tackles feeding Jack and the dog, as well as answering emails. Tucker may spend a chunk of the day ordering fabrics, writing orders for custom pieces, finding vintage lighting, pulling samples from stone and tile stores or for curtain fabrics. By 4:30 she’s hoping to wrap up the work day by cleaning up her desk and preparing for the next day before returning to mom-mode.

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The next day, it’s another round of following her passion for what makes her tick. “I know it sounds so cheesy, but I love being able to create spaces that kids will have their memories in,” says Tucker. “I have such vivid memories of my childhood home, the sofa in the living room and wacky coffee table in there that my dad made from an old plumbing conduit, so it feels really good to help create spaces that families will use and love.” ETuckerDesign.com

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e’re excited to celebrate the arrival of spring. Hibernation is com-

“I love that these four colors are more interesting than traditional

ing to an end as sure signs of spring start revealing themselves.

pastels for spring,” says Nancy Gandrud, color consultant and interior

As one season ends and a new one awakens, it’s a new chance to reinvent yourself, career and life, or just your home and wardrobe. A dream team of collaborators took on a Pantone project featuring four of our favorite colors from the spring 2017 color report. The colors represent a mixture of the great outdoors, relaxation and vitality.

designer with A Bit Lovely. We’re all about incorporating color trends in our lives and the best way, according to Nancy, is with accessories. “Try on a color in your wardrobe or home by buying a pillow in a fun print, a purse, a blanket, jewelry or those gorgeous yellow sunglasses

Avoiding the cliché of solely floral for spring (although it’s unavoidable

by Krewe!" Says Nancy. "If you love a color and want to try a refresh

when the color of the year is “Greenery”), we went around the Front Range

with paint, I suggest getting two to four colors on a spectrum from light

looking for this spring palette from some of our favorite shops to incorpo-

to dark from Guiry’s Colour Source. They carry Benjamin Moore paints,

rate these trends into our home or closet.

which are my favorite paints! Paint a swatch of each color on the wall you are thinking about and live with it for a couple of days before you decide.”

• Greenery (the 2017 Color of the Year) • Primrose Yellow (Hello, sun-spiration)

Feeling inspired to add more color to your life? Here’s our concept of curated picks, styled by Ink + Root, that you can find locally.

• Pale Dogwood (first blossoms of spring) • Niagara (a clear blue sky)

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THE SPRING AWAKENING (CON TI N U ED)

PANTONE 15-0343 GREENERY Bringing forth a refreshing take, Greenery is a tangy yellow-green that speaks to our need to explore, experiment and reinvent. Illustrative

in stores and think that the reference to the greenery of flowers is beautiful and refreshing for spring," says Nancy.

of flourishing foliage, the fertile attributes of Greenery signals one to take a deep breath, oxygenate and reinvigorate.

PAINT SWABS – LIGHT TO DARK

(Pressman, L. (2016, September 23). PANTONE Fashion Color Report Spring 2017. Retrieved from Pantone.com/fashion-color-report-spring-2017)

• Benjamin Moore, Spring Bud 520

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• Benjamin Moore, Tasty Apple 416 • Benjamin Moore, Lucky Charm Green 2030-30


Juice | WONDER PRESS | Verde | $9 Carpet | FLOR | Heaven Sent in Kiwi | $18 per tile Keychain | VOSS ART + HOME | Horsehair keychain | $15 Fabric | KIME SALMELA | Margaret Citrus/Gray Book | CEDAR & HYDE MERCANTILE | Field Guides, New Orleans, Pocket | $18 Mug & Bowl | PEPPERCORN | Fiestaware in Shamrock  Eye Shadow | AILLEA | Kjaer Weis Shadow in Green Depth | $45 Throw Pillow | VOSS ART + HOME | Green Fur Pillow | $226

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THE SPRING AWAKENING (CON TI N U ED)

PANTONE 13-0755 PRIMROSE YELLOW Primrose Yellow sparkles with heat and vitality. Inviting us into

PAINT SWABS – LIGHT TO DARK

its instant warmth, this joyful yellow shade takes us to a destination

• Benjamin Moore, Butter 2023-60

marked by enthusiasm, good cheer and sunny days.

• Benjamin Moore, Lemon Meringue 2023-50

(Pressman, L. (2016, September 23). PANTONE Fashion Color Report Spring 2017. Retrieved from Pantone.com/fashion-color-report-spring-2017)

“Primrose Yellow reminds me of sunshine on a perfect day!” Says Nancy.

CARPET

• FLOR | Rake Me Over in Sunny | $24 • FLOR | Upcycle in Maize | $10 per tile

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Bowl | HAVEN | Yellow Geo Bowl | $30 Juice | WONDER PRESS | Orange Juice | $7 Sunglasses | WEEKENDS | Krewe LGD Sunnies | $255 Mug & Bowl | PEPPERCORN | Fiestaware in Sunflower Card | HAVEN | Happiness is Being with You Card | $6Â Fabric | KIM SALMELA | Champlain Citrine Book | CEDAR & HYDE MERCANTILE | Field Guides, Nashville, Pocket | $18 Lip & Skin Balm | AILLEA | RMS Simply Cocoa | $25 Glass Vase | HW HOME | Venetian Glass | $36

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PANTONE 13-1404 PALE DOGWOOD Continuing the tranquil mood, Pale Dogwood is a quiet and peaceful

PAINT SWABS – LIGHT TO DARK

pink shade that engenders an aura of innocence and purity. The unobtru-

• Benjamin Moore, Warm Blush 892

sive Pale Dogwood is a subtle pink whose soft touch infuses a healthy glow.

• Benjamin Moore, Pink Petals 2085-60

(Pressman, L. (2016, September 23). PANTONE Fashion Color Report Spring 2017. Retrieved from Pantone.com/fashion-color-report-spring-2017)

• Benjamin Moore, Peony 2079-30

“Pale Dogwood is a pretty pink and is soft enough that it doesn't read too girly and goes well with a host of other colors,” says Nancy.

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• SCHUMACHER | Le Castellet in Blush • KIM SALMELA | Clifton Lipstick • KIM SALMELA | Kit Flare

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Pants | WEEKENDS | AG Farrah Skinny | $178

Bowl | VOSS ART + HOME | Rose Quartz Bowl | $32

Carafe | HAVEN | Carafe + Cup | $35

Bath Salts | HAVEN | Herbivore Calm Soak | $36

Bralette | WEEKENDS | Colette Bralette | $60

Lip Polish | HAVEN | Coco Rose Lip Polish | $18

Purse | WEEKENDS | Rag + Bone Micro Piolet | $495

Lip Balm | AILLEA | RMS Illusive Lip 2 Cheek | $36

Body Polish | HAVEN | Coco Rose Body Polish | $36 Lip Gloss | AILLEA | Lily Lolo Whisper Gloss | $16 CONTINUED >

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THE SPRING AWAKENING (CON TI N U ED)

CONTRIBUTORS, STYLISTS & CREATIVES COLOR CONSULTANT | Nancy Gandrud |

A Bit Lovely | ABitLovely.com STYLIST & CALLIGRAPHER | Hannah Howard |

Ink + Root | InkAndRoot.com PHOTOGRAPHER | Kylie Fitts | KylieFitts.com CURATORS | Nancy Gandrud, A Bit Lovely &

Dana Lapinel, Boulder Lifestyle FLORALS | Fiori Flowers | FioriBoulder.com

PANTONE 17-4123 NIAGARA Comfortable and dependable, Niagara leads the PANTONE Fashion Color Report as the most prevalent color for spring 2017. Niagara is a

departure from traditional denim, baby blue, and navy,” says Nancy. “It’s interesting, versatile and very elegant.”

classic denim-like blue that speaks to our desire for ease and relaxation. (Pressman, L. (2016, September 23). PANTONE Fashion Color Report Spring 2017. Retrieved from Pantone.com/fashion-color-report-spring-2017)

“My favorite Pantone color we choose is Niagara. It is soft, yet saturated and works equally well in interiors and fashion. I love the 72

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PAINT SWABS – LIGHT TO DARK

• Benjamin Moore, Van Courtland HC-145 • Benjamin Moore, Buckland Blue HC-151 • Benjamin Moore, Pool Party 2059-50


FABRIC

Jacket | WEEKENDS | Gimos Ombre Leather | $1,695

• KIM SALMELA | Luna Lake

Purse | WILLOW | Hammitt Paul Cross Body Bag, Juniper Pebble, Gold | $325

• KIM SALMELA | Nandi Deep Sea

Earrings | WILLOW | Mishky Akari Earrings | $75 Bag Charm | WILLOW | Hat Attack Raffia Bag Charm | $18

CARPET

Jeans | WEEKENDS | AG Middi Ankle | $188

• FLOR | House Pet in Iguana | $20 per tile

Vase | HW HOME | Venetian Glass | $36

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he Front Range is a perfect storm of vacation excitement. From outdoor activities to nightlife, five-star restaurants, craft breweries, and

more, the Boulder Valley offers a blend of everything on a vacationer’s wish list. So why not rent out your space while you're out of town? Local business Home Host is a full-service, short-term rental management, and marketing company that expertly navigates the complex rental process on sites like Airbnb and VRBO. Kate Young, a Boulder native, founded Home Host on the tails of a decade-long career in marketing. Young was helping friends and family post and rent their properties when she realized it was a full-time job, one with the potential to help local homeowners make extra income from an asset they already own. “It’s not just about renting your home,” says Young. “It’s about selling the experience of living there.” Today, Home Host’s clients enjoy increased personal revenue with zero stress while guests enjoy all the Colorado lifestyle has to offer. Young’s team takes care of every detail. They stage professional photo shoots to optimize views on rental websites. They manage each listing and coordinate with guests to ensure a seamless arrival and departure, even curating welcome baskets of local goodies unique to the property’s location. They offer personalized concierge services to help visitors take advantage of the local scene. Perhaps most importantly, they prepare and clean each home to ensure homeowners experience all the reward of a short-term rental with none of the hassle or stress.  “Clients are constantly amazed at how much Home Host can rent their home for in this high demand Colorado market,” says Young. With the sheer amount of outdoor recreation, concerts, sporting events and festivals happening year-round, visitors clamor to experience Colorado’s Front Range and are willing to pay top dollar for it.

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Guidance “I highly recommend your selection of David to be your builder. Such selection early in the process will enable him to provide input into the design, and manifest his construction experience to help you achieve a smoother, more accurately and holistically planned and executed construction project.” -Boulder Architect

Trust “We are in the process of building our dream home and have added many complicated elements to the project along the way. David, and Ellis Construction, have been very easy to work with throughout the project. Whenever we have asked them to research complicated details for the project i.e. an elevator, photovoltaic solar system required by Boulder County, fire suppression system and outdoor fireplace, he has thoroughly researched the items and provided us with thoughtful, high value solutions. David has shown professionalism and dedication to respecting our budget throughout the project and the addition of our extra work. I would not hesitate to recommend Ellis Construction; they are an honest, dependable and reliable builder.” -Boulder Clients, New Home

Relationship “As we come to the end of our “project”, I’d like to reflect on the process of not only building a home, but also developing a relationship of appreciation, mutual respect & continuous support & understanding with our builder. We believe this relationship, along with, his level of knowledge in the field was key in creating an atmosphere where superior workmanship stands out. Our home is GORGEOUS!” -Boulder/Michigan Clients, 2nd Home Remodel

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ARTICLE HOSEA ROSENBERG, CHEF & OWNER, BLACKBELLY MARKET ILLUSTRATOR NEIL MACKAY

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raised Lamb Shanks are one of my favorite dishes to serve

in the middle of a cold winter. They are comforting, filling, warm, and depending on how you serve them, they are relatively healthy. Colorado Lamb is considered the best lamb in the world. In that vein, we suggest serving this delicious entree when the nights are long, and the temperature is low.   82

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Below is my recipe for braised lamb shank. It can be served many ways, with a vast array of side dishes, or just on its own with some nice crusty bread. I often serve with white beans, fennel, and tomato or over a roasted vegetable risotto. Other popular accompaniments include soft polenta, mashed potatoes, or rice. They all taste great! BRAISED LAMB SHANKS

(serves 4) • 4 fresh lamb shanks (1 - 1.5 lb each)  • kosher salt and fresh cracked black pepper • 1/2 Cup canola oil • 4 large carrots, peeled and chopped • 1 large yellow onion, peeled and chopped • 4 stalks celery, chopped • 1 head garlic, cloves peeled • 1 Tbsp whole black peppercorns • 2 Tbsp tomato paste • 2 Qts red wine • 4 Qts meat stock (lamb is ideal, but chicken or beef works fine) • 2oz Fresh Thyme • 2oz Fresh Rosemary • 4 bay leaves 1. Pat dry lamb shanks and season all sides very liberally with salt and pepper.  2. In wide bottomed pot, heat canola oil over high heat.  Place shanks in the pot and sear each side until browned - about 2 minutes per side. Remove from pan and set on resting plate.   3. Add carrots, onion, and celery to pan and continue to cook on high heat.  Stir every few minutes to ensure even browning of vegetables. This takes about 10 minutes. 4. Add garlic, peppercorns, and tomato paste and cook on high heat for one minute, stirring constantly.   5. Add 1 cup red wine and stir.  Allow red wine to reduce until almost dry.  Repeat with 1 cup of wine at a time, allowing the liquid to reduce to a thick paste before adding more until all red wine has been used up.  Using a whisk, stir often to remove any dark, stuck bits from the bottom of the pot. This step develops the deep flavor of the sauce.  6. Once all the red wine has been incorporated, add the stock and bring to a boil.  Place the shanks back in the pot and turn down to a simmer.  The liquid should just cover the meat.  If the pot is too big or small to cover the lamb, transfer all ingredients to a baking pan or casserole dish, so it fits perfectly.   7. Add the thyme, rosemary, bay leaves, and a generous sprinkle of salt. March 2017 | Boulder Lifestyle

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# D ESIG N D ECO D E D EERO SAARINEN'S TULIP TABLES & CHAIRS

ARTICLE ANNA SMITH, ANNABODE + CO. ILLUSTRATOR NEIL MACKAY

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n honor of Spring’s imminent arrival, this week’s icon of design is…Eero Saarinen’s Tulip tables and chairs! Crazy name, crazy furniture. This guy is a little confusing, as his daddy-o, Eliel

Saarinen was also a famous designer and director of the Cranbrook Academy of Art, where Saarinen eventually taught as well (I know you must be getting sick of hearing about that place, but I swear–it’s a good name to know!). But I do know you’ve seen his tulip tables, and you probably recognize his chairs as well! So, what’s the story behind these Mod pedestal pieces? Saarinen was born and raised in Finland and emigrated to America with his parents when he was just 13. After studying sculpture as a young man in Paris, he trained as an architect at Yale. Fun fact alert: Saarinen’s buildings and monuments are all around us! Not only did he design the St. Louis Golden Arch, but the TWA terminal at JFK and Dulles International Airport.

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Saarinen is credited, along with Eames (and Bertoia–the poor guy  always seems to get neglected) with launching and popularizing organic sculptural furniture forms. The Anna Smith, interior stylist Annabode + Co. AnnaBode.com @annabode

tulip chair and tables, first released by Knoll  in 1958 just three years before his untimely death from a brain tumor, are easily his most famous design. Said to have been inspired by a street sign, they were formed from an aluminum base and fiberglass shell. Although Saarinen wanted the pieces to be manufactured from a single material, plastic hadn’t yet been developed in 1958 that was strong enough for the design. Plastics had become incredibly popular in furniture design of the 1960s, serving as an antidote to the hard, cold surfaces of Bauhaus modernism.  Rather obviously, plastic also lent itself much more easily to organic sculptural forms than, say, tubular steel. And it was cheap. Win, win. Saarinen liked to say that his tulip tables and chairs cleaned up “the slum of legs” that supported basically all tables and chairs. I’d have to say I agree with him–his tulip tables are lovely in their simplicity and clean lines, don’t you think?

Sources: Four Centuries of American Furniture by Oscar Fitzgerald, Knoll.

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WHERE YOU CAN HAVE CHICKENS IN BOULDER If you live on land classified as subur-

ban residential in Boulder… guess what! You can have a chicken coop! For suburban residences, eight hens are allotted per residence. Roosters, however, are not allowed on suburban residential lots

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(THE BASICS)

because they can make a lot of noise!

The Chicken Coop

Every chicken coop is comprised of two main compo-

nents: an enclosed space used for sleeping and laying eggs, and the “chicken run,” an open air space so the chickens can spend time outside during the day. The enclosed space should be elevated at least a couple of feet above the run to allow for droppings to collect under the shelter. As far as the size of both of these components, the general rule is to allow 2-3 square feet per chicken inside the coop, and 4-5 square feet per chicken in the run. Like people, chickens don’t usually enjoy being out in the Colorado sun in the heat of a summer’s day! Locating your coop near the shade of a tree is the best option - it allows the birds to stay cool in the summer and, in the winter once the leaves are gone, the hens can stay in the sun all day. If you don’t have access to a shady tree, add a layer of shade cloth to the chicken wire on the top of the run. 90

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The enclosed shelter for sleeping/ laying eggs should be built with naturally rot-resistant wood, such as cedar or redwood. It’s best to avoid pre-

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treated wood if possible as a lot of treatments contain chemicals that could harm your chickens' health.

All sides of the chicken run should be enclosed with a wire mesh to protect

the birds from potential predators. The floor of the run can be lined with a layer of straw, which will help to absorb both chicken droppings and rain moisture.

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first aid kit In case you’re new to all this, here’s what your ‘chick’ box should contain: • Q-TIPS: For cleaning the muck of your chicks • PIPE CLEANERS: These are used if a chick has ‘curled toes’ • SMALL PAIR OF SCISSORS: For snipping badly matted fluff (use extremely carefully) • ELECTROLYTE SOLUTION: For poorly birds that need an extra boost • BANDAIDS: Use to treat ‘spraddle’ leg* *Spraddle or splayed leg is caused by the chick trying to walk on smooth surfaces such as plastic or cardboard. Easily prevented by using paper towels, burlap or similar under the shavings for the first week or so. Once the leg muscles are strong enough, the burlap can be removed.

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Food & Wine

The Wine of the House A HOW-TO FOR WINE STORAGE IF YOU'RE LOOKING TO START A COLLECTION, BECAUSE, WINE NOT?

ARTICLE MEG SIMON ILLUSTRATOR NEIL MACKAY

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e had the pleasure of talking to Jack TerHar of SillTerHar Motors about wine. TerHar has been collect-

ing wine for about 40 years. With four separate wine cellars in his collection (in addition to owning Vail Fine Wines in downtown Vail!), we figured TerHar would be the perfect person to talk to about different wine storage options for those just starting out. There are three main factors that need to be considered when storing wine: • light  • humidity  • temperature 

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LIGHT

Wine ages best when unexposed to sunlight as UV rays can adversely affect the composition of wines. Many wine bottles are tinted green to help protect the wine, but storing wine in a place where sunlight is not a factor helps to ensure that the wine will not be impacted by the unwanted sun. HUMIDITY

Humidity is also essential in wine storage, mainly because the corks will eventually crack if stored in too dry of an environment. A cracked cork exposes the wine to the atmosphere, allowing the wine to oxidize and spoil. TEMPERATURE

The last and arguably the most important factor to keep in mind with wine storage is temperature. According to TerHar, wine should be stored somewhere between 48 and 62 degrees Fahrenheit. The cooler the wine is kept, the longer it will take to develop and age. Not all wine is meant to be aged, so if you are just starting a collection, it’s best to find a store to buy from with educated staff who can tell you how to best store your wine. So now that we’ve covered the basics… what next? There are many different elements to consider when crafting a cellar, but TerHar says to remember that it all boils down to one equation: The Amount of Money Spent = Showiness + Capacity.   Once you’ve figured out how much money you have to spend and have decided whether aesthetic appeal or storage capacity is most important, you can begin planning. Wine Cellar Innovations and Wine Enthusiast are two companies that sell pre-made cellars and cooling systems, but even if you are planning to do everything yourself browsing these websites is a great place to begin accumulating ideas. If aesthetics are the priority, Wine Enthusiast offers some gorgeous “furniture” cellars that are all ready to be installed. The main advantage of building something yourself is that it can be much less expensive. TerHar says that a recent trend has been to build cellars in the dead space under staircases and that one could build an under-the-staircase cellar that holds up to 450 bottles of wine for under $4000. With so many variables to consider, the idea of crafting a wine cellar can seem daunting. Like everything, though, the key is to start small. Collect wine within your budget, start with a small cellar, and remember that the less fancy something looks, the less expensive it will be. Enjoy!  

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Renovate & Refine

HYDROTHERAPY GAINING STEAM BOULDER'S RESURGENCE IN THE AGE-OLD APPROACH TO HEALING AND RECOVERY WITH WATER

ARTICLE CAMILLE WILSON

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here is no denying the stress relief that comes from

popularity, especially among athletes, has brought

a long soak in a hot tub. With a deep sigh, the body

new focus to in-home products. Health-minded indi-

relaxes, and troubles seem to melt away.

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viduals are installing devices at home to capitalize

Water has been used for healing just about as

on the lasting physical effects from exposure to heat,

long as there have been people with ailments. Its

whether in a dry sauna, hot tub or steam shower,

therapeutic applications are well documented all

immediately followed by complete immersion in cold

the way back to ancient Roman, Japanese and

water —even if as brief as 30 seconds.

Greek civilizations when a soak was often pre-

“We do have customers ask us about this quite

scribed for sickness by a medical practitioner. And

a bit,” said Terry Seidel of the Boulder-based pool

not just in hot water.

and spa specialists, Mr. Pool. “Contrast spas are one

The health benefits of cold water immersion have

of the fastest growing options, providing a hot and

been recorded and relied upon for thousands of years.

cold combination for recovery, inflammation reduc-

Cold plunge pools typically maintain a temperature

tion or just daily therapy."

around 50 degrees Fahrenheit, so the water will

Mr. Pool has been installing custom pools and

quickly numb the nerves around joints and muscles

spas in Boulder since Seidel opened shop in 1978.

upon entry and release endorphins—along with their

Seidel says that was an era in Boulder when there

analgesic properties—to soothe joint and muscle

were more public options for hydrotherapy, namely

stress. Cold water also stimulates blood circulation

communal bathing, and hot tub use. He and

and jump-starts the immune system by causing the

General Manager Forrest Walterson have actively

release of cell proteins designed to help fight viruses

tried to revitalize the use of hydrotherapy by pro-

and harmful bacteria.

moting the healing effects of water, hot or cold, and

There was a resurgence in the use of hydrotherapy

helping educate the community about the benefits

in the 18th and 19th centuries around the world, but

of saunas, steam showers and wooden hot tubs

the latter part of the 20th century saw the mainstream

with cold plunges.

use of the practice largely diminish, particularly in

“Water is life,” said Seidel. “It is such a pleasure to

the United States. Its health benefits have certainly

help customers maximize the benefits of it since, in

not been forgotten, however, and recent growth in

many cases, they aren’t just physical but also spiritual.”

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Hot Spot

(CON TI N U ED)

A

rchimedes had his Eureka!

Natalie Stern remarks as we dis-

moment in his bathtub. I had

cuss local influence on both the

mine on Pearl Street.

decor and food items at Eureka!.

A steady crowd runs left and

boast

reclaimed

I walk in from the East. My first

painted chalkboard showcases

thought is how uniquely modern

the Flatirons, Ralphy the “Buff,” and

and inviting the facade and patio

a Pearl Street sign among other

look, even from a block away. The

Boulder flare. Food staples such

full-length glass windows coupled

as beef and bread are both pur-

with the sizable outdoor dining

chased locally, and beer and spir-

area seem to create an outdoor

its are “predominately Colorado if

patron’s paradise; just add sun.

not Boulder-specific.”

Eureka! is a relatively new eat-

What struck me as unique

ery comfortably situated between

about Eureka! is its versatility.

Pearl Street staples such as

Both the full meal feasters and

Centro and Alpine Modern that

the casual happy-hourers can find

dishes

cocktails,

the perfect food-to-drink com-

homestyle fries, decadent des-

plement and vice versa. Libations

serts, and, of course, burgers.

like the Rosemary's Ruby Red (my

out

artisan

Twists on this American classic

personal favorite) pair well with

abound as Eureka!’s culinary artists

either the Osso Buco Riblets or, for

create concoctions pleasing to any

larger appetites, the Jalapeno Egg

palate complete with local ingredi-

Burger. If you’re feeling especially

ents to add some more Boulder to

adventurous, the Chocolate Torte

your burger. Fare from farms such as

is the perfect indulgent treat.

Open Prairie are regular additions to

Maybe this is centuries after

burgers such as the Bone Marrow.

the original Eureka! moment,

Pair with the sweet potato fries for a

but who says we can’t have

new take on an old classic.

a

“Boulder is all about being local,

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Colorado wood, and a vividly

and that’s us,” general manager

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right of Pearl and 10th streets as

do-over?

So

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over,

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Local Limelight

The Man Behind the Music "THERE REALLY IS A BLUES MUSICIAN LIVING IN BOULDER" OTIS TAYLOR

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ARTICLE MEG SIMON PHOTOGRAPHY MICHAEL RAINERO


O

TIS TAYLOR, PROMINENT AMERICAN BLUES

Buchanan at Buchanan’s coffee shop on the Hill.

MUSICIAN, AND BOULDERITE, JUST RELEASED

Since that pivotal evening, Taylor’s music career has

HIS 15TH ALBUM, FANTASIZING ABOUT BEING BLACK.

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Taylor’s work has received a good deal of critical

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acclaim. He has made the New York Times top ten

ing sense of humor, has primarily focused on the

lists, won a fellowship from the Sundance Institute,

harsher realities of life in his songwriting, partic-

contributed to a few different movie soundtracks,

ularly the harsh realities of Black America. While

and has even been included in at least one New

the lives of Black Americans have always been a

York Times crossword puzzle. Taylor describes his

recurring theme in Taylor’s work, his latest release

success by saying, “I was always a little bit off cen-

discusses racism in a way that is perhaps more

ter. It’s given me more confidence.”

direct and condensed than in his previous work. As

Although his motivations as a musician and as

Taylor explained, Fantasizing About Being Black is

a person seem fairly consistent - a love of music

about “the different levels of racism in the African

and a desire for equality. When I talked to Taylor,

American experience which are unfortunately still

we spent a lot of time discussing one of the themes

with us today. The history of African Americans is

most prominent in his music - race. “It’s like… a

the history of America.”

racial handicap,” Taylor reflects upon being black.

Taylor was born in Chicago but moved to

“When I walk down the street, I’m not invisible.

Denver as a kid after his uncle was shot and

I’m visible to the police. But it’s also all you know. I

killed as a result of gun violence. Taylor’s dad was

live a normal life for a normal black man.”

a devoted jazz enthusiast, and as Taylor grew

While Taylor has experienced a lot of success, he

up, he developed a similar passion for music.

knows all too well the barriers and tragedies that

After their move to Colorado, Taylor spent a lot

race can bring into one’s life.

of time at the Denver Folklore Center where he eventually bought his first instrument - a banjo. He also developed an aptitude for both the guitar and the harmonica, though young Taylor may be best remembered for his banjo playing, in part because he would frequently ride his unicycle to school while simultaneously playing his banjo.

“This last album is really important,” Taylor says regarding Fantasizing about Being Black. “It’s a reminder of the way things can be." Taylor, however, is not a self-described activist, but an “observer and a storyteller, that is all.” When talking to Taylor, he expressed a deep concern for the way racial tension has been

From 1977 to 1995, Taylor took a break from the

growing the last few years and admitted that the

music business. While not playing music profession-

album is a lot more timely than he was hoping

ally, Taylor still maintained a busy professional life,

it would be. Though even though he wishes the

developing a successful antique business and even

racial climate was different than it is, Taylor is

coaching a bicycle team. In 1995, Taylor somewhat

glad the album is out there as another voice in

unintentionally slipped back into the music indus-

the conversation about what race means and will

try after agreeing to play a show for John “Buck”

mean in America.

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