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December 2023/January 2024

It occurred to me that I may never have given proper thanks (in print) for the unbelievable bounty that has come my way.

A soaring roofline and minimalist design accentuate jaw-dropping views in Carefree.

Tranquil outdoor spaces create a healing haven for a couple and their guests.

Everything about this home reflects a shared love of Italia between the owners and design principals.

A local pastry chef’s tiny, sweet retreat is sugar and spice and everything nice.

At this contemporary residence, natural desert vistas are the stars of the show.

A North Scottsdale estate with a sophisticated modern French aesthetic gets a tasteful Christmas glow-up.

From modern to traditional these families channel their own form of holiday cheer in each of their homes.

Spotlighting local nonprofit organizations, fundraising events, & reasons to give back and get involved!

Tucson Marketplace December 2023/January 2024 Special Advertising Section

Celebrate the season with truly distinctive gifts, carefully curated from our advertising partners. Whether you are shopping for an art lover, fashionista, gardener, foodie - or even yourself, you'll discover the perfect out-of-the-box find right here.

What to plant, prune and pluck this winter according to your elevation.

Grow these plants right in your own backyard and brew delicious teas from various parts of the plant.

Your architecture, building, interior design and landscape questions answered by Valley pros.

Our picks for the top events and exhibitions in Phoenix and Scottsdale for Decmeber 2023 and January 2024.

Outdoorsman Jim Dublinski captured this frosty tableau in the Tonto National Forest, just an hour’s drive northeast of Phoenix.

In a Mesa garden, a son honors his father's legacy.

Homeowners take a chance on a Phoenix midcentury ranch house, respecting its history while giving it new life.

TOWNhouse is a unique concept space that incorporates furniture, visual art, culinary arts and a place for creatives to gather.

Landfill-bound wood from Arizona gets a second life as gorgeous, handcrafted pieces of furniture.

What our editors are reading this month.

Paradise Valley's "Museum House" is inspired by Southern California's unique brand of cool.

A renovation gives both a home and its family a new outlook on life.