April 2011

English Design Matches Vertical Arts in Materials

We've discussed before how Vertical Arts focuses on sustainability by using natural elements in our design. By using natural materials, you're home can be much more eco-friendly, and can look even more amazing next to the beautiful natural surroundings, like those of Steamboat Springs. As...

Local Business Spotlight: Tall Tulips Flower Shop

Steamboat Springs has an abundance of wonderful local businesses, and we love being a part of such an environment. In addition to all things Steamboat Springs, Vertical Arts is also about all things green...

Colorado Leads the LEED Way In Construction

In 2010 more and more companies decided to start building green and were meeting LEED standards in their construction. Vertical Arts has always prized sustainability and environmental-friendliness in their designs, and was happy to see other businesses jump on board with all things green. Our...

Congratulations to 2011's AIA Housing Awards Winners

The American Institute of Architecture's annual Housing Awards are prestigious honors in our field. Vertical Arts wants to congratulate this year's winners, and to show you their stellar work. Here are photos of the winners from the single family housing category. We appreciate the modern edge...

Eco-Art Takes the Toolbox to the Table With Artistic Accessory Designs

At Vertical Arts we love a great new eco-friendly idea when we see one, especially when it involves home and architectural designs. Our latest find? Through California Home Design, we discovered eco-artist Tammy Roe's new sculptures, made from the contents of your junk drawer or...

Blue Makes a Universal Comeback

Have you been feeling blue? How about seeing blue? While browsing the Material Girls Blog, we stumbled across a fantastic chair, and undeniable fact. Blue is back...