Articles

Articles by Eliza Cross

Eliza’s work has appeared in many publications including Sunset, Parents, Writer’s Digest, Mother Earth Living, Mountain Living, and Western Art & Architecture. These are some of her recent articles; for additional clips or references, please contact her.

2017

  • Cultivated by Nature” features the lush, vibrant landscapes created by Davis Dalbok, founder of Living Green Design, in the May 2017 issue of Western Art & Architecture magazine.
  • A Colorado mountain home created by Dimension Fine Homes blends sophisticated design, rustic materials and refined details in “Meeting in the Middle,” featured in the March 2017 issue of Western Art & Architecture magazine.
  • Modern Mixmaster” features the artful, contemporary work of Alice Lane’s founder Jessica Bennett in the March 2017 issue of Western Art & Architecture magazine.
  • Celebrity designer Nina Magon’s chic, sophisticated spaces are featured in “Personality and Panache” in the January 2017 issue of Western Art & Architecture magazine.

2016

  • Curatorial Vision” in the October/November 2016 issue of Western Art & Architecture magazine explores the enchanting work of Santa Fe designer Chandler Prewitt.
  • Bozeman, Montana designer Abby Hetherington‘s imaginative work is featured in “Reimagined and Repurposed” in the August/September 2016 issue of Western Art & Architecture magazine.
  • The August 2016 issue of Mountain Living magazine features “Sophisticated Sanctuary,” a story about a modern Lake Tahoe home redesigned by Kelly and Stone Architects with interiors by Scott Corridan Design.
  • Tahoe’s Hip New Hideaway” in the August 2016 issue of Mountain Living magazine features the newly updated Coachman Hotel in South Lake Tahoe.
  • A Whitefish, Montana home sited to capture views and sunlight from the east and west is featured in “Points of View” in the July 2016 issue of Mountain Living. The home was designed by Altius Design Group, with interiors by Tate Interiors.
  • The July 2016 issue of Mountain Living magazine features “A Broad Perspective,” a story about a contemporary Lake Coeur d’Alene home designed by Eric Hedlund Designs with interiors by Chandra Payne.
  • Adding Dimension” in the June/July 2016 issue of Western Art & Architecture magazine features the light, bright, eclectic work of Steamboat Springs, Colorado-based interior designer Susse Budde.
  • A waterfront home on Whitefish Lake is featured in “Lakeside Grace” in the May/June 2016 issue of Mountain Living. The home was designed and remodeled by homeowner Orlan Sorensen, principal of Landmark Builders.  His wife Debra Sorensen, who owns the Whitefish-based design firm Transitions, created the home’s warm, inviting interiors.
  • Hillside Haven” in the April/May 2016 issue of Western Art & Architecture features a sustainable ranch home in the Santa Lucia Preserve designed by Feldman Architecture and Jay Jeffers Interiors.
  • A new Crested Butte guest house with an old soul is featured in “Comforts of Home” in the March/April 2016 issue of Mountain Living. The home was designed by architect Daniel J. Murphy, with interiors by Interni Design Studio.
  • The March/April 2016 issue of Mother Earth Living features “Food for Focus,” with 13 highly nutritious foods that may help our brains stay healthy and function better.
  • Livable Luxury” in the Feb./March 2016 issue of Western Art & Architecture features the sophisticated, soulful work of San Francisco-based designer and author Jay Jeffers.
  • A modern family retreat in Montana’s Yellowstone Club is featured in “Contemporary Chalet” in the Jan./Feb. 2016 issue of Mountain Living. The home was designed by Locati Architects, with interiors by Tracey Byrne.
  • The Jan./Feb. 2016 issue of Mother Earth Living features “Clear Screen, Clear Mind,” with tips for creating a clean, uncluttered computer to focus better and work more efficiently.
  • Comfort and Joy” in the Dec./Jan. 2016 issue of Western Art & Architecture features the stylish, inviting interior design work of Dana Hugo, principal of j&o Studio in Avon, Colorado.

2015

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