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5280 Home

October/November 2020

For more than a decade, 5280 has highlighted Denver and Colorado architecture, interior design, and home products in its pages. With 5280 Home, our mission is to deliver a shelter magazine that showcases the unique visual style and aesthetic of the Front Range in a sophisticated, yet accessible, manner. We will bring you inside the most beautiful houses in and around the Mile High City—and show you how to execute these looks in your own home. We'll talk to the most in-demand local designers. And we'll spotlight the hippest home goods out there. 5280 Home is a must-read for homeowners, designers, and anyone who has an eye for what's next in Denver decor.

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5280 Publishing, Inc
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come together

NO MATTER HOW FLEETING IT may seem, fall is my season of choice in Colorado (perhaps not the most original notion, but hey, it’s true). Pumpkin-spice everything doesn’t provide much of a thrill for me, but nothing beats that warm-and-fuzzy feeling when the temperatures dip into the 60s, the aspens turn their brilliant golden hue, and cozy sweaters and boots become my daily uniform. Typically, my favorite part of this time of year is the sense of rest and reconnection that comes with it: Shorter days mean more quiet, cozy evenings spent at home, and the start of the holiday season provides plenty of opportunities to gather and celebrate with loved ones. But, as 2020 has proven too many times, this is no ordinary year. You may be tired of the whole…

2 min.

Jimena Peck PHOTOGRAPHER While photographing the new Rosy Rings Studio (“Making Scents,” page 24), Jimena Peck was inspired by the boutique’s candlemaking workshops hosted in the back of the store. “We need more spaces like these for interaction and connection in a world that seems to be moving in a different direction,” she says. For Peck, the best way to connect is around a table full of traditional dishes inspired by her Argentinian heritage: empanadas and Fernet Branca with Coke—or, as she calls it, “the king of drinks in Argentina.” Sarah Lawrence STYLIST & PHOTOGRAPHER As one-third of the team at Lawrence House photography studio (the other members are her husband, Hunter, and their Insta-famous pooch, Aspen), Sarah Lawrence has created content for major brands including Room & Board and Fjällräven. This issue peeks inside…

2 min.
stories untold

For some artists, a new work begins with a flick of a paintbrush or a rough pencil sketch. But for Denver artist Tya Alisa Anthony’s Organic Tarot series—a 78-piece collection of striking collage portraits that the artist calls “a reflection of a tarot-card deck from a 20th-century Black perspective”—the creative process started with hours of sifting through online photo archives in the public domain to find people with whom she felt a connection. “It’s like a rabbit hole,” Anthony says. “One image will lead to an entire story.” In this case, the stories were of formerly enslaved people and their descendants from the Great Depression era. What attracted her to a photo? “The eyes. The stance. The posture,” she says. “These are real people. Some are wrinkled; some don’t have…

1 min.
hot seats


2 min.
making scents

At the corner of Sixth and Milwaukee in Cherry Creek North, a heavenly smell wafts out of Rosy Rings Studio. The cozy gift boutique—part artisan showcase, part fairy garden, all charm—is the first storefront from the eponymous Denver-based candle company, whose botanical-infused candles and other fragrant sundries have earned a legion of devotees from Denver to Japan over the past 20 years. Founder Shannon Cumberland, who began by dabbling in her kitchen decades ago, parlayed her sensory works of art—she’s known mostly for her hand-poured candles infused with dried blooms, seeds, leaves, berries, and essential oils—into a thriving wholesale enterprise run out of a 30,000-square-foot workshop in the Clayton neighborhood. “A store seemed like the next logical step,” says Rosy Rings’ co-owner and retail operations director Allie Liebgott, who helms…

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try your hand

What: Make your own scented 23-ounce candle with a selection of 19 seasonal fragrances and a how-to on melting and pouring wax, plus a personalized custom label. Classes are limited to six people; masks required. Where: A studio workshop attached to the store When: Thursdays, 6–7:30 p.m. Cost: $62 per person Bonus: Ask about private workshops for bridal showers, birthdays, and other celebrations. Rosy Rings has a beer and wine license and outdoor space for events.…