There’s no place like home—and lately the pandemic has forced millions nationwide to be, for the most part, in no place but home. This prolonged time being homebound has cast a spotlight on aspects of our home we absolutely love, those we could love more, and things we don’t love at all.
Whether your porch is a place to have a cup of coffee, watch your kids play, or dine alfresco on a nice summer evening, it’s probably not the first place you think of when considering home repairs and upgrades.
Good design doesn’t have to be expensive to look expensive. The trick in achieving a look for less is in many cases to look for affordable alternatives to blend into your existing decor.
Now that social distancing and closed workout facilities mean we can’t go to the gym, it’s time to freshen our at-home workouts.
Everything seems to be getting cleaned these days. Beyond disinfecting all your high-touch surfaces, consider tackling some of the tasks you avoid doing.
In the wake of the state’s ‘Shelter at Home’ order, many of us have a new perspective on how our home can support our lives. Here are the top take-aways…
Northern Colorado Air is keenly aware of how crucial air quality is and proudly recommends, installs and maintains air purification products.
With the rise of IoT (Internet of Things) devices throughout your home, cyber attacks can put your network and devices throughout your house at risk.
Nex-Gen provides exceptional window and door replacement services to discriminating homeowners along Colorado’s Front Range and in southern Wyoming.
Now that we’re shuttered in our homes due to what feels like the end of the world as we know it, we all have new challenges. One is to avoid the strong gravitational pull of the refrigerator and snack cupboard.
With so many people working from home, one challenge may be in how to create an adequate and productive work environment.
As we’re all spending more time at home, involving your family in housework is a way to use this time to teach valuable life skills and encourage teamwork.
In the face of coronavirus, cleaning and disinfecting your home is top of mind. But, there’s clean, and then there’s COVID-19 clean.
These are unprecedented, anxiety-inducing weird times. How are we to deal with coronavirus stress and our social-distancing new normal?
As you look for ways to beautify your environment, why not include ways to ensure clean design? Here are some Design Recipes tips.
If your house, condo or apartment is more than 20 years old, an energy efficiency upgrade remodel is likely a good investment.
Dr. Patrick Curry with BoulderCentre for Orthopedics and Spine in Colorado offers advice to stay fit even if you’re short on time and lack access to a gym.
Thinking about creating an outdoor oasis of your own? Don’t wait. Spring, or another 70-degree bluebird winter day, will be here before you know it.
Looking to protect your home from hail damage – or are you interested in making the leap to rooftop solar panels? Local Colorado experts have timely advice.
With so many appealing choices available now, you can find beautiful and functional flooring for every room of your Colorado home.
Innovative Openings, based in Louisville, sells interior window blinds, shades and shutters, as well as exterior shading solutions including awnings and retractable insect screens.
Whether you’re looking for professional help with your design choices or seeking a fun DIY project, the right upgrades can showcase your personal style while keeping your spaces looking current.
From color to the right furniture, fabrics, artwork and accessories, we’ve assembled some designer details secrets.
Whether your furry friends are wreaking havoc on your carpets or you’re catching a whiff of something musty and new, different odors can indicate whether you should sterilize things yourself or call in a professional.