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It may have been a full year since Pantone proclaimed the bright and bold Tangerine Tango as its color of the year, but orange is still as hot as ever, on display in high-end showrooms and appearing in everything from lamps to lacquered casegoods and large upholstered pieces.
An Urban Escape
The interior design of Beatrice & Woodsley—a Denver hotspot that serves rustic American fare (think crawfish beignets and kale-stuffed quail) and top-notch wine—is rooted in an imaginative story. Restaurateur Kevin Delk admits the vision arrived somewhat unexpectedly: he came across the space he would transform into a fanciful urban oasis while hunting for a spot to open a pizzeria.
WHERE IT BEGAN: When the current owners took a look at this vacation home in Beaver Creek’s Arrowhead resort community, it was covered from floor to ceiling in perfect 1980s style.
When it comes to collecting art and antiques, the rule has always been “buy what you love.” And when it comes to mixing antiques with contemporary art, the rule is... there are no rules. So go ahead: buy what you love and mix it up.
Colonial Americana + Photo Surrealism
7:00 AM: RISE TO A MID-CENTURY MORNING
Shapely dishes and serveware with classic silhouettes from Design Within Reach pair with handsome matte flatware and a punchy tablecloth in a spread that’s worth waking up for.
1. First, put fashion forward. “What I see in a lot of closets is a mishmash of clothes,” says Polly Lestikow, closet designer and president of Closet Factory Colorado, “because people don’t know what image they’re trying to portray.” Ask yourself what kind of image you want to create at work and in your casual life, then eliminate what doesn’t fit with that image.
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