The Scarab Blog

    The 'Mexican Mule'

    Posted by Janie Viehman on February 24, 2014 in Featured Merchandise

    An Alternative to the Moscow Mule

    Get your own set of copper mugs from The Scarab and try out this delightful twist on the classic Moscow Mule recipe...

    Mexican Mule

    -1oz tequila

    -1oz lime juice

    -3oz ginger beer

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    Turkish Crochet Necklaces

    Posted by Janie Viehman on February 20, 2014 in Featured Merchandise

    Hand-made Silk Creations

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    Vail Mountain Haus Interior Design

    Posted by Janie Viehman on February 14, 2014 in Featured Projects

    Interior Design By Darlene Daugherty Enterprise

    Built in 1970, Vail’s Mountain Haus is nestled along Gore Creek at the Covered Bridge in the heart of Vail Village. Offering luxury condominium hotel accommodations adjacent to world-class skiing, dining and shopping, Mountain Haus is the highest-rated (LQA) condominium property in Vail Village or Lionshead. In addition to the location and amenities, what elevates Mountain Haus above the rest is the unique lobby decor created by designer Darlene...

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    Design Fanfare at The Scarab

    Posted by Larry Stone on February 14, 2014 in Featured Merchandise

    Industrial Trash Turned Into Modern Treasure

    Although Jane Rohr has a knack for finding hidden treasures all over the world, once the treasures find their way into the store anything can happen. Originally discovered in Texas, this industrial waste, an abandoned old five-foot fan started with faded red blades and a little bit of rust but Jane knew it was something special. It is now a lazy suzan or shall we say a 5 Ft. round coffee table with a spin!

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    The Scarab Gives Back

    Posted by Janie Viehman on February 2, 2014 in Community

    Minturn Community Fund

    In the town of Minturn people look out for each other and the Minturn Community Fund helps facilitate that support. Created in 2004 to ensure that Minturn and sister town Red Cliff would always be cared for, the Community Fund is a non-profit development organization funded solely though donations and staffed by volunteers.  By partnering with other local non-profits like the Salvation Army, the Community Fund takes care of anything its residents need.

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    Topics: Community