Interiors

Home of the Year: A Study in Modern Organic Style

Sustainable materials—Spanish cedar, natural stone, slate, aluminum and zinc—were chosen for the exterior of the home. “We chose zinc for the roof because it lasts for generations, is very low-maintenance and ages well, to a lovely matte-gray patina,” Pollock  says.…

Brave New Old World

Created by master ceramicists Villeroy and Boch in the mid-19th century, this triple vase comprises three vessels attached end to end.Crafted in the 19th century, this Italian ivory-inlaid cabinet, carved of walnut, was directly imported from Rome. The extraordinary detail…

Best Kitchens

Kitchen of the Year: Natural Contemporary Design goal: The kitchen of homeowners Kevin and Juliet Boyd reflects creative synergy at its finest. The couple—Kevin is a builder, Juliet a designer—wanted a light and airy feel in their kitchen that would…

Fresh Spaces

The Powder Room Inspiration: The Mountains Shayne Smith of Slifer Designs wanted to break from the ­traditional mountain style when she reimagined a penthouse ­condominium in Bachelor Gulch. The result: a modern mountain ­retreat that marries natural elements and sophistication.…

A Perfect Fit

left to right: Members of the Marr Corp. crew: Erik Iverson, Chris Meyer, Corbin Marr, Victor Zermeno Tapia, Doug Fowler and Brent Strauss. Diane and Tim Mueller are determined to leave as small a carbon footprint as possible, which is…

Fabulously French

A cosmopolitan city, Denver is full of varied architectural styles, and it has no shortage of large and impressive homes, both contemporary and historic. But this one, with its classic good looks, captured the attention of interior designer Toni Palmer and her partner, architect Alex Orkow.