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5280 Home

April/May 2021
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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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1 min.
the great escape

Remember traveling? Let’s reminisce: In the Before Times, hopping on a plane—sans face mask, hand sanitizer, and constant worry—to venture to a faraway place was a somewhat regular occurrence. You’d spend a week or two sipping fruity drinks on sandy beaches, wandering along centuries-old cobblestone streets, or experiencing a new-to-you city through its local fare. Back-to-back meetings and piles of laundry were put on hold, and maybe you’d even silence your phone for a while. I’m optimistic that those days will return (soon!). But, in the meantime, you might be relying on your home’s outdoor spaces to provide a similar sense of escape. After all, one of the greatest perks of living in Denver is soaking up the sunshine most days of the year. To get the design inspiration flowing for…

1 min.
contributors

Victoria Carodine WRITER Recent Denver discovery: ReRoot in RiNo—the small-scale plant nursery is overflowing with foliage. Biggest pet peeve: Bright, overhead lighting. The best conversations happen over dim, romantic lighting. Dream-home requirement: A backyard with lush landscaping and an outdoor shower tucked away. Victoria wrote“An Ode To My Urban Jungle” (page 32) Julie Dugdale WRITER Favorite space at home: Front porch on a summer evening. Bold colors or calm neutrals: Bold colors. All the jewel tones, please. Favorite place to soak up the sun in Colorado: Not allowed to say—I’m married to a dermatologist. Julie wrote “How Does Your Garden Grow?” (page 41) and “Care To Step Outside?” (page 50) Aaron Colussi PHOTOGRAPHER Morning drink of choice: Iced americano with a splash of whole milk. Post-pandemic travel destination: Northern Italy to visit family. Bold colors or calm neutrals: Calm neutrals. I like windows to reveal the…

1 min.
news & notes

COLLABORATION Lana’s Shop wallpaper at Anthropologie Since 2012, Denver illustrator Lana Effron has created one-of-a-kind greeting cards, gift wrap, and paper products through her online company, Lana’s Shop. While she was pregnant with her first child in 2018, Effron started dreaming up a hand-painted wallpaper for the baby’s nursery. Now, it and other charming wallpaper designs inspired by flora and fauna found in Colorado are available to the public as an Anthropologie online exclusive. $195 per double roll, anthropologie.com, lanasshop.com. BOOK RELEASE Design The Home You Love by the founders of Havenly This May, Lee Mayer and Emily Motayed—the sisters behind Boulder–based online interior design service Havenly—release their first book, Design The Home You Love: Practical Styling Advice To Make The Most Of Your Space. The guidebook offers step-by-step advice for identifying your personal aesthetic…

3 min.
patio perfection

STEP ONE LAY THE GROUNDWORK To start, the Pappases tackled the 7-by-15-foot lower level of the patio. Because they didn’t have the budget to jackhammer out the concrete and install a grassy yard, they laid a patch of pet turf to give the illusion of grass. Then the couple revived the dingy concrete patio nearer to the house, giving it a good power-wash and some TLC in the form of backer rod (to fill cracks) and a self-leveling sealant. They painted it with Clark & Kensington exterior paint in a hue color-matched to Benjamin Moore’s Swiss Coffee, and Cait (with help from her mother and mother-in-law) stenciled a geometric pattern from Royal Design Studio onto the surface. STEP TWO BUILD IT OUT Their canvas complete, the Pappases undertook a trio of DIY projects: To balance…

1 min.
let’s take it outside

1. COURTESY OF WAYFAIR 2. JULIA GARTLAND/FOOD52 3. COURTESY OF CREATIVE LIVING 4. COURTESY OF TINO ZAPIEN RAMOS 5. COURTESY OF ARTICLE6. COURTESY OF BURKE DECOR 7. COURTESY OF BRADY BATES PHOTOGRAPHY 8. COURTESY OF TOUCHLAND 9. COURTESY OF SERENA & LILY…

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upcycled decor

Molly Reinhardt was helping a fellow design professional pack up to move across the country when she came upon a stash of unwanted textile samples—which gave her an idea. “I thought, ‘Instead of tossing all this expensive fabric into the landfill, what if someone turned it into something beautiful?’” she says. That simple question led Reinhardt—who has managed Denver-area design showrooms for decades—to her longtime friend (and talented seamstress) Cyndi Marty, and together, the pair decided to launch a business—MC Pillows—that recycles thousands of yards of fabric into custom throw pillows. Showrooms, interior designers, and upholsterers give the company discontinued samples or extraneous yardage (from such high-end manufacturers as Schumacher and Romo), and MC Pillows’ small team of local seamstresses whips up pillows in various shapes and sizes that range in…