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Category Archives: Home & Garden

Mid-century is slowly becoming timeless design

By Megan Buerger, The Washington Post Design trends come and go, but is mid-century modern forever? The minimalist movement that first swept through U.S. suburbs in the 1940s and ’50s has gone through so many streaks of popularity over the years that it’s beginning to feel like a design staple. The current craze, which has lasted […]

A peek inside of the only “Dream Home” in central Denver on the 2016 Parade of Homes tour

Fully stocked with features like a smartphone-operable security system, curbless showers to allow wheelchair access and the newest kitchen appliances, life in this house is meant to be a breeze.

Mobile decor: A tale of two home-goods trucks cruising around Denver

A mobile boutique scene is bringing interior design and home accessories to Denver courtesy of a fleet of roving trucks. According to findafashiontruck.com, there are two dozen of them cruising around the streets of the city.

Many drought-resistant plants also draw pollinators

Xeriscaping can invite bees, butterflies, hummingbirds, and other pollen- and nectar-gathering species to your yard.

Inside Story: Keep those who have passed present, but beautifully

I confess, when I first heard about a new book listing ways to turn stuff from your deceased loved one into tangible mementos, I judged.
Not favorably.

How to pick heirloom tomatoes — and why squeezing them is a bad idea

One farmer said he used to lose 25 percent of his heirloom tomatoes to damage by customers.

7 summer recipes for a quick meal and a cool house

Here’s how to take advantage of peak produce AND not turn your oven on for a quick dinner.

Sloan’s Lake condo tower Lakehouse to launch sales this week

One of the first large-scale condominium developments built in Denver in years will launch sales this week.

Punch List: What to do in your Denver area garden this week, Aug. 5-11

We’re well in to the dog days of summer with steady heat, sun and stray storms. Bring on the tomato sandwiches and green-bean salad, and it won’t be long before we’re enjoying peach cobbler.

Three new specialty gardens open at Denver Botanic Gardens

On Tuesday at Denver Botanic Gardens, development seeds sown almost a decade ago bore more fruit in the form of three newly dedicated spaces: the Sensory Garden, the Steppe Garden and the All-America Select Garden.

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