What makes a house a home? First are surely the people who live in it (followed closely by their pets, of course!). But beyond the love that a home’s family brings inside its walls, it seems that the sky’s the limit when it comes to making it their own—particularly here in the lower Roaring Fork … Continued
Habitat Seeks Basalt Vista Project Volunteers Habitat for Humanity Roaring Fork Valley has partnered with Pitkin County, the Roaring Fork School District, the Town of Basalt, and local businesses to build the Net Zero 27-unit Basalt Vista Affordable Housing Community for teachers and other middle-income workers in the local workforce. Construction on the first nine … Continued
The Essentials: 1. Snacks. Your guests will no doubt be hungry after a day of driving or flying (or both). Even if you're planning a special meal soon after they arrive, providing them with a small nibble to keep in their room and munch on at their own discretion is a nice touch. And who wouldn't love a bag of buttery indulgence from midvalley popcorn…
On February 2 the Children's Mini College, an auxiliary of Colorado Mountain College in Glenwood, held its 16th annual Chocolate Extravaganza at Morgridge Commons. Attendees bid on silent auction items donated by some 130 local businesses and individuals for a successful night of fundraising accompanied by wine, sweets, and homemade savory snacks prepared by students' families. Photography … Continued
Staging a home to sell doesn't necessarily require new furniture pieces or a steep investment in decor. Usually, a few simple fixes that utilize what's readily available in your home are enough to pay off ten-fold; you just have to know how to use them to your advantage.
Negative 40. Such was the sub-zero temperature when Betina Infante and her family arrived in Ulaanbaatar, the notoriously frigid capital city of Mongolia, during the dead of winter in 2007—straight from living in balmy Indonesia, no less.
“Hideout”....from what? At the recently-founded Hideout Tiny Home Community off Midland Avenue in south Glenwood, it could mean hiding out from: clutter, huge mortgages, and hours maintaining a regular stick-built home. It was the allure of leaving all this behind him that led Beau Haines to downsize from a large home to a tiny one back in 2004, when living…