March 2012

Miami's Science Museum Breaks Ground

Miami is quickly becoming a cultural icon for other US cities to emulate. Recently another groundbreaking ceremony was held at its newest crown of achievement Museum Park. Miami's Museum Park is situated in downtown Miami overlooking Biscayne Bay. The new Patricia and Phillip Frost Museum of...

Kitchen Trends for 2012

Kitchen remodeling trends for 2012 are all about leading a more modern and minimalist lifestyle. Some of the kitchen trends we are seeing are concealed appliances. In-wall ovens, built-in coffee bars and paneled refrigerators that blend into the cabinetry are all the rage. Maple cabinetry is...

Create a Serene Bath For Your Home

Is your bathroom a place where you can unwind after a long day at the office or on the slopes? A serene atmosphere and calming colors are key to changing a person's mood or setting the right one for the day ahead. Whatever the size...

Are you eco-friendly?

In order to live a greener life and develop a eco-friendly existence we will have to take a holistic approach to the process. We must realize that everything that we need for our existence comes directly or indirectly from nature. Sustainability is the technical term...

Titantic's James Cameron Going Vertical

Known for his creative and out-of-the-box approach to films,  James Cameron takes his imagination into the deepest part of the ocean. It was Cameron's 1989 film, “The Abyss”, which sparked the director's appreciation of the deep sea. And his time filming "Titanic", which is being...

Outdoor Living This Spring

The first day of spring is less than a week away and although there is still snow on the ground here in Steamboat Springs it doesn't mean we can't start anticipating the warm weather. Design Wire, one of our favorite design resources, has helped us...

Things To See In Steamboat Springs

Have you seen Denver Post's Five Reasons to Visit Steamboat Springs? We were happy to see our Denver neighbors highlighting just a few reasons why visitors should make their way to our fare city, besides just for the great powder. According to the Denver Post, "You'll...