about Su Casa
Su Casa, the award-winning magazine that celebrates Southwestern home building, offers inspiration, ideas, and resources to readers who are building or remodeling their own homes. Published four times per year, the magazine can be found on newsstands, at major bookstore chains, in grocery stores, and at local independent booksellers throughout the United States. Each issue features lavish full-color spreads on stunning new Southwestern style homes and fascinating remodels, from historic Santa Fe adobes to cutting-edge modernist masterpieces, from strawbale casitas to Old World-flavored New Mexican haciendas. How-to information and advice on design and building empower readers to create their own Southwestern dream home. Columns probe the personal-even spiritual-aspects of design and home building and the meaning of Southwestern living. Our Life Style Southwest column and Design Studio column address topical issues of concern to our readers, while Home at Last takes readers deeper into the historical context of life in the region. Other columns focus on products for the Southwestern home and books on design and building.
beaming with pride
Talented craftsmen and artisans honor tradition and give our cover home, a historic Santa Fe residence, a royal makeover.
living it up
A lively entertaining schedule demanded that a Westside couple’s contemporary home be ready for action—indoors and out—12 months of the year.
Embellishing on regional architecture gives a New Mexico home a touch of Manhattan style.
a path to Zen
A midcentury modern makeover in Santa Fe includes a Zen-like backyard with Japanese touches.
Inside Su Casa
Kitchen backsplashes protect and serve; Steve Thomas thinks beyond the barbecue; powder rooms and half baths have big personalities; hummingbirds return to New Mexico; Moll Anderson debuts her column on enchanted spaces; the Corrales Home Tour; and a round-up of grilling must-haves.
Now You’re Cookin’
Working around tight budgets, existing home styles, and difficult floor plans, four fabulous kitchens are triumphs of inspired design.
Water features are surprisingly eco-friendly landscaping options in the Southwest. Stone artist Joshua Gannon shares his passion for carving stone fountains.
Restaurateur and gardening pro Erin Wade of Vinaigrette. Recipes from Chama River Brewing Company and Luminaria at the Inn and Spa at Loretto.
Two new books embrace thinking outside the box—especially if that box is small.
An intriguing lawn ornament from our historic cover home was once an important cooking instrument. Can you guess what it is?