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Melanie and Craig Eisen in the kitchen of the home they built and designed. (Aleksei Kolesnikov)

In Eisen home, personal touch in every room

Melanie Eisen loves to entertain her large extended family on the holidays. It’s not unusual for 20 to 30 guests to gather around the Eisen table for Rosh Hashanah or...

Marie Cardin outside her 'tiny house'

Tiny house movement — downsizing with a passion

HAVE YOU ever been in a house with a walk-in closet so large that you jokingly remarked, “I could live in this closet?” For a growing number of people, that huge...

Your dream home can come true

THE TIME has finally come. You are ready to find your dream home. You make a list of your general must-haves — price, size, style, location — and perhaps even some...

Washington Park: Oasis in the city

IT’S an unnaturally chilly May evening in Washington Park, heart of the humble, high-end neighborhood that bears its name. About 50 runners, including fathers wheeling...

Lamperts, a Denver real estate dynasty

WHEN Ann Lampert first stepped into a real estate office in 1923, anything east of Colorado Boulevard and south of 6th Avenue was considered way out in the country, and...

Bonnie Brae: A Denver treasure

THE growth of suburbs and suburban flight has been a factor in the deterioration of many large US cities. This is not the case in Denver. Despite an array of attractive,...

Rent vs. buy — the case for flexibility

“A HOUSE is made of walls and beams,” the writer and educator Dr. William A. Ward once said, “and a home is built with love and dreams.” Anybody who has ever...

Organic beauty in the yard

JERRY Katz stands at the intersection of recreation and home improvement. The double duty subject? Gardening and landscaping. Katz learned the multiple benefits of...