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10 Ways To Master The Art Of Lighting

Brian Faherty, founder of Schoolhouse Electric & Supply Co. in Portland, Oregon, schools us in how to use light as a design tool (Courtesy of

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You think prices are high now?

  According to the Denver Business Journal’s article, the Denver metro area’s population is expected to increase from 2,814,330 in 2015 to 4,288,189 in 2040.

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Decorating with Gray

There’s been a sea change in the design world over the last few years when it comes to neutrals. Taupes, khakis, and other forms of

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Denver Market Update

If you’re interested in the latest Denver area real estate market update, click here.


6 Home Improvement Secrets from a Go-To Real-Estate Stager

(Content and pics courtesy of Architectural Digest) In the 2010 film Leap Year, Amy Adams played a real-estate stager—a profession that few even knew existed.

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Laundry Room Makeover – Dog Wash Station Edition!

I loved this laundry room makeover I saw in the 5280 Home magazine this past month. Two school-age boys, three gallivanting dogs, and lots of

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Colorado Encyclopedia

This is a pretty cool site if you want to learn about all things Colorado!

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Terrifying Glass Bridge

If hanging off the side of a mountain is your idea of fun, then we suggest China’s latest tourist attraction. A 328-foot-long glass walkway—fittingly called

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5 Tips on Decorating Your New Home

Regardless of what price range your new home is in, these 5 tips by top designers are a good reminder about how to decorate it.

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A black-plaster-lined pool, devised by Bonetti/Kozerski Architecture and Design for the New Paltz, New York, home of movie director Shawn Levy and his family, overlooks the Shawangunk Mountains. The expansive terrace is sheathed in pietra d’Istria, an Italian limestone.

4 Beautiful Swimming Pools

I love looking at these on a hot day!       Content and photos courtesy of Architectural Digest