Home

Home Home Page 18

To Tea or Not to Tea

’Tis the season for tea. If you’re a newcomer to tea, here’s a primer. By Ainslee Kellogg Mac Naughton A steep hour-and-a-half hike up a mountain...

Thrifty is Nifty

Secondhand shopping is a great pastime, if you crave thrills, deals and green deeds. By Wendy Underhill When Shirley Jenkins stopped off at Boulder’s new Goodwill...

Open Sesame

When guests visit, treasure should be the first thing they see—just like Ali Baba when he opened the cave where the 40 thieves had...

10 Tips to Transform a Room

Makeovers don’t have to be costly. These design tips won’t break the bank, but they will spiff up your space. Fall is about new looks....

A Stitch in Time

This home’s legacy is in keeping with its patchwork history. By Lisa Marshall From the cozy third-floor workshop of Peter and Lynne Troup’s Mapleton Hill home,...

Homes of All Stripes

When this builder discovered the design preferences of many refugee and immigrant homebuyers, it changed the way he built homes. In 1992, a talented and...

It’s Good to be Green

An energy audit is one of the best ways to green your home, because it gives you ideas you never would have dreamed of...

Feature Home: A Contemporary Canvas

This modern home was designed to showcase the artist-owner’s paintings, but it’s also a work of art on its own.

Focus on Floors

With so many options, take time to select the flooring that best meets your needs.

Down the Drain

How to keep floodwater and heavy rain at bay. By Maria Martin Dry creeks are very effective at channeling damaging water away from homes. (Photo by...