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It doesn’t take long to outgrow a small wine wall, so I took some free time on Father’s Day weekend to tackle a long desired wine room expansion DIY project. Before After   A little backstory: For the past 2 years, there have typically been just as many bottles on the floor as on the racks.

Colorado wine. Ever heard of it? This is a state generally known for its mountains — and all the recreation that comes along with it — which means its vibrant and growing agriculture industry often gets overlooked. Well, stop overlooking it. The Western Slope (especially the Palisade area) is home to beautiful fruit orchards and

Melonie Graves is taking full advantage of her life as a self-described big corporate dropout. The third-generation Floridian traded in the desk job for a life of home staging and designing, allowing her creativity to flow on a daily basis. We like her style. Throughout the life transition, she’s become a budding social media star, blogging about

The wine and cheese bar isn’t exactly a novel concept around the Bay Area. San Francisco is a hotbed of culinary culture, and with the country’s most famous wine region just up the road, locals and tourists alike are ravenous about opening good bottles of vino. When Chris Wanner decided to leave the wine distribution

When you find a wine cellar that uses the racking and bottles to craft an image of the iconic Mickey Mouse ears, it leaves you wanting to know more. A lot more. So we went hunting to find the designer. This elegant — yet totally fun and Disney-ish wine cellar — was crafted as part

The “modern farmhouse” is such an amazing design concept. There is so much to love about an old farm home, which conjures up imagery of rolling hills, nature, and warm and woody tones inside. The same can be said of the stark contrast in modern design, using minimalism and open spaces to create beautiful homes.

Photos by David Lauer Upon entering the 2016 Designer Show House, eyes are drawn to modern design elements, exposed brick and sleek wood floors, eloquently furnished rooms, and modern art covering every wall. A surprising twist on a traditional home. “We took a 1930’s tudor, popped it up, modernized it, and created an incredible new

Sunnyside has become one of the hot neighborhoods in Denver over the last two or three years, which means Paul Bonacquisti can lay claim to being a true trendsetter. He opened his namesake winery — Bonacquisti Wine Co., Denver’s first urban winery — in the neighborhood in which he lives all the way back in 2006,

Pantry? Nah, Reid Benes wanted to turn his space off the kitchen into the ultimate beverage station in his Denver-area home. The project started with a Rocket R58 Espresso machine. This commercial-grade station makes trips to Starbucks (or Dunkin’ Donuts) a major step down in quality and experience. Coffee is as important as wine in his

Fire Restaurant and Lounge has a certain aesthetic standard to live up to that most restaurants never have to even consider. It happens to be located inside the design-y Art Hotel, the newest addition to Denver’s architecture-minded Golden Triangle/Museum District. “Here at the art hotel, art is everything,” says Aaron Coburn, hotel manager. “We are the

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