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How The Big Chill Business Was Born

You could say that Boulder-based entrepreneur Orion Creamer is fridge-obsessed.

Thoroughly Modern Maker

This Colorado expat creates original home-design classics the old-fashioned way.

The Prolific Output of Orla Kiely

The Ireland native’s designs speak to her love of pattern, the natural world and all things green.

Salida-Based Artist Ben Strawn

This devotee of nonobjective, nonrepresentational painting commands multiple mediums to find his way on canvas.

Life is Her Landscape

An endless desire to draw and a love of the mountains formed the foundation for Susan X. Billings’ inspired life.

Design Notes from the Dean: Deborah Berke

The renowned architect and first female dean at the Yale School of Architecture talks all things design.

Shelf Life: Thatcher Wine Celebrates the Bound Word

The founder of Boulder’s Juniper Books creates personalized bespoke collections for passionate readers.

In Her Element: Stephanie Lange

“When I have a brush in my hand, it makes me feel like I’m right where I’m supposed to be,” says the multimedia artist.

Art in Sheep’s Clothing: Works in Felted Wool

Artist Maryanne Quinn creates bold pieces made of naturally dyed felted wools in her Boulder studio.

In Their Element: Elizabeth Vehko and Paul Ramsey

Shaver-Ramsey’s 5,000-square-foot outpost in Cherry Creek isn’t just a rug gallery; it’s a classroom.

Soaking Up Design With Grace Bonney

She's been called the Martha Stewart for millennials—but that would be selling her short.

From Race Car Engines to Woodshop

Former IndyCar engineer Scott Bennett left the auto industry and transitioned into a career of furniture design.
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