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October/November 2021

A couple with young children trade in their sprawling Scottsdale residence for a contemporary five-story brownstone in downtown Phoenix.

Tucked behind a wall of greenery lies a treasure trove of amenities designed for an active family of five.

A Mexican colonial residence’s warm, cozy ambiance can be attributed to a succession of owners and design talents.

A winter retreat in Fountain Hills welcomes a Midwestern couple with open arms.

Meticulous planning yields an elegant Paradise Valley home that reflects the style and cultures of a pair of physicians.

Gardener Shanti Rade transforms her seasonal crops into year-round offerings with rustic dried florals.

Exquisite: Urban Living, Grand Gardens, Desert Estates, October/November 2021 Editor's Letter

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A well-traveled couple combines three Scottsdale penthouses into a single glass-enclosed box in the sky.

Advocating for nature’s honey makers makes Dan Punch one busy bee.

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

No medium is off limits in a Mesa artist’s exploration of the human condition.

Landscape designer Chad Norris shares a trio of his favorite colorful garden picks.

If you’re looking for a design element that’s unexpected, fresh and timeless, look no further than this age-old material.

Troubleshoot challenges with a pro. This month: shrimplike pool pests; drought-hardy plants; and inoculating legumes—to pea or not to pea?

A look inside Eggersman Studio’s history of creating elegant, modern custom kitchens.

Local gardening pros open up about their dream outdoor spaces.

What to do, where to go, what to see and who to know from our sister publication, PHOENIX magazine.

Our picks for the top events and exhibitions in Phoenix and Scottsdale for October and November 2021.

From desert-adapted salad greens to wildflowers, you can bank on these heirloom seeds recommended by Sheryl Joy of Native Seeds/SEARCH in Tucson.

Sitting high on the hillside of Desert Mountain is a contemporary estate with clean lines, classic style and one-of-a-kind architecture.