shiny and new
An older El Paso home is transformed into a contemporary work of art.
picked by hand
When it came to choosing furniture or even planting their home’s signature orange trees, every member of the family helped design La Casa de los Naranjos.
While rebuilding their home, a family experiences a few surprises along the way — most of them quite charming.
Long-time Las Cruces home builders Wayne and Kiki Suggs finally design their own original Pueblo-style dream home.
Inside Su Casa
Planting the right trees for a burst of fall colors, fire features heat up backyards, Steve Thomas shares his passion for small homes, the newest in home automation, celebrating emerald—Pantone’s color of the year—and more.
To create his art, woodworker Sidney Williamson uses conventional methods and a bit of technology.
A flower arranging “cookbook” and insight for designing your kitchen.
An annual home and landmark tour of El Paso’s Sunset Heights Historic District.
Bo Rattay, El Paso Symphony Orchestra’s conductor, is seeking a place to call home.
Live Performance Calendar
Events around El Paso and Las Cruces this fall, plus an exclusive interview with Jon Jones of country music’s Eli Young Band.
Arizona’s ancient Canyon de Chelly and the exotic side of Puntarenas, Costa Rica.
A decadent collection of holiday baking, brewing the perfect cup of coffee, and an effortless way to fill a basket with fresh produce.
A sophisticated kitchen combines beautiful accents with extravagant appliances.
The Southwest hosts a unique—and sometimes bewildering—array of home styles. It ranges from adobe residences in the traditional Pueblo style to Territorial Revival to Contemporary Southwestern. Unique design elements range from vigas to nichos. Come see what it’s all about in our unique visual style dictionary.