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Part Creation, Part Collection, and Nearly a Museum

Part Creation, Part Collection, and Nearly a Museum

By: Janene Rojas
Photos By: Art Moreno, Jr.
Styled By: Ladonna Apodaca
Welcome friends, I invite you to have a gas exploring a whimsical west El Paso abode built in the 1960s. This is a multidimensional home in the sense that here dwell two artists of many styles, who double as collectors of antiques and curiosities…

Sleek Transitional Style

Sleek Transitional Style

By: Toni Moon
Photos by: Robert Ordonex
Styled By: Ladonna Apodaca
Throughout the years the architecture of homes has changed dramatically. From exterior architecture to color schemes, the trends have changed. Today, the use of geometrical shapes have been apparent in modern homes. One El Paso home, by Pacifica Homes, keeps up…

A House of History

A House of History

By: Hope Alegre & Zak Hansen
Photos By: Art Moreno, Jr.
Styled By: Ladonna Apodaca
Some things are meant to stand the test of time. More than 130 years after it was first built, the Warren House, as it’s known today, stands as a testament to the spirit of the old…

Kern’s Hidden Treasure

Kern’s Hidden Treasure

By: Toni MoonPhotos
By: Art Moreno, Jr.
In one of the oldest, most sought after neighborhoods in El Paso, sits a 1935 home with updated looks. This Kern home has been given a face lift that transforms the neighborhood, while preserving its rustic charm. Realtor Yari…

Elevating Design With a Comforting Feel

Elevating Design With a Comforting Feel

By: Janene Rojas
Photos By: Jonathan Weingers
Interior designer Catherine Call transformed this 1970s ranch-style home into a modern and elevated space, which for her was a personal pursuit. Mary Lee and William Johns, Catherine’s beloved parents, purchased the…

Feng Shui – Swimming Pools & Water Elements

Feng Shui – Swimming Pools & Water Elements

By: Grace Neuhaus, Certified Feng Shui Consultant & Practitioner
Summertime is here and while some all enjoying the heat, plenty of us are looking for a way to cool down! One summer time favorite is the swimming pool. Here are some benefits of having a water feature as well as some Feng Shui tips to have them work in your favor! The most auspicious area to have a swimming pool or water feature is…

East El Paso’s Hidden Gem

East El Paso’s Hidden Gem

By Kayla Melson
Photography By: Jonathan Weingers
When many locals think of large, glamorous homes in the El Paso area, neighborhoods in the city’s west side and Upper Valley may immediately come to mind. However, one lavish East El Paso residence is proving that beautiful, classic estates know no one zip code. Between Rojas and Pellicano lies the Rancho del Sol Subdivision, a quiet neighborhood…

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