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On Top of the World

A new contemporary home sits high above Denver, embracing the city views and the great outdoors

A Tudor Tale

A family builds its dream house, a storybook Tudor, by mixing authentic wood details with fanciful color

Bringing th­e Inside Out

With comfy seating and plush accessories, this redesigned patio features many of the same touches found in a contemporary living room

European Eclectic

With a few well-chosen furnishings and adornments, home design can transport you to a different place or time. But taking a newer home back several centuries—and doing so authentically—requires more than just some artfully placed antiques.

Raise a Glass

Merry & Bright

Rich in color, history and personality, a collection of cherished holiday decorations transforms a Manitou Springs home

The Lighter Side of Spanish Revival

A Place to Grow

A Life on the Land

French Country Gets Fresh

After living in a traditional mountain home with dark wood and rustic furnishings, homeowners Michael Burgamy and Char Sloan-Burgamy were ready to lighten up.

2012 Home of the Year

International Chic

In 1991, when the homeowner bought this International-style house in a Denver neighborhood lined with Tudors, it stood out like a sore thumb. Not even his real estate agent had high hopes of selling the home. But this buyer, raised in southern California, was no stranger to early 20th century, Bauhaus-inspired modernist architecture. He saw potential in the structure.
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