SU CASA EL PASO/SOUTHERN NEW MEXICO

Current Issue - Spring 2019 - El Paso/Southern New Mexico Edition

2Coversucasasouthspringhomepage

Spring is one of our favorite times to be living in El Paso and Southern New Mexico. The temperate weather makes it easy to enjoy the outdoors—that’s why we love the homes featured in the Spring 2019 issue of Su Casa El Paso & Southern New Mexico. Each home has stunning interiors and equally stunning exteriors, where the homeowners can take full advantage of outdoor spaces that include pools, rooftop stargazing decks, and even a grotto! Also in this issue: a roundup of beautiful bath essentials, a look at what’s new in granite, colorful xeriscaping techniques, and gorgeous pairings of coffee tables with coffee table books.

Get your copy today!

VIEW OUR NORTHERN EDITION
7

breaking new ground

by Jessica Salopek photographs by Scott Weaver A contemporary smart home unlike anything else in…

8

go big, go home

by Patricia L. Garcia photographs by Rudy Torres An El Paso builder’s third home, a…

5

Spanish in the Southwest

by Danielle Urbina photographs by Brian Wancho New design and local craftmanship bring a ranch-style…

4

kickin’ it old school

by Cassie McClure photographs by Nohemy Gonzalez Handcrafted boots, traditional technique, and a riot of color at Rocketbuster Texans are so famously fond of their boots that in 2007 the cowboy boot…

homebody

By Danielle Urbina As one of the most well-known faces of television home remodeling, Joanna Gaines has had her share of experience when it comes to everything interior design. While working on…

3
Dom Airington, co-owner of Ice Creamed Myself
ice creamed myself

craft ice cream—on wheels by Cassie McClure photographs by Nohemy…

6
Open concept cafe
savage goods

food and family find a home in Sunset Heights by…

4

perfect pairings

Coffee tables + books that look great on ’em by…

3
freshen up

publisher's note

Owning a home here in El Paso or Las Cruces comes with some wonderful benefits—sunny weather, plenty of land for our yards, and a community full of talented builders and craftspeople who can create just about anything for the home. We also have limitations, of course, such as limited water sources, challenging growing conditions, and those famously very hot days. Continuing my ongoing anthem that your home can be anything you’d like it to be, both the benefits and challenges of life here can be easily accommodated. It’s amazing what today’s technology, coupled with the creativity of our builders, designers, and artisans, allows us to have in our homes.

Spring is an opportune time to consider how to create the best setting possible for wonderful outdoor living year-round. The featured homes in this issue of Su Casa El Paso & Southern New Mexico take full advantage of their outdoor living spaces and present some options for including spas and pools into your life. As we all know, there’s nothing quite like sinking into a pool on a warm day, or into a warm spa on a chilly evening. The homes in this issue have been designed with water features and pools that beautifully fit into our landscape, are water-wise, and still provide refreshment. 

.

read more