• full spread of interior design services • treasure trove of sustainable materials •        home goods crafted by local designers

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    Join us for Noel Night December 2nd.

    We will stay open late with hot drinks and amazing handcrafted goods! 

    We love working with LOCAL ARTISTS and REPURPOSING whatever is possible. 

    We feature wood craft, concrete, glassware, ceramics and lighting. Pop on in at the corner of E 2nd Ave. and 13th st. 

    Handcrafted House has been weaving its roots in the Durango community for over 10 years. Spring of 2022 Sheryl Lock partnered up with AliciaRose Pastore to revamp the business.

    Local • Handcrated 

    Our retail space is filled with home goods and furniture all hand crafted by local artists. 

    Sustainable Design is a thoughtful approach of services and materials that take into great consideration the environmental, social and economical impact that will be left behind.

    “Handcrafted house has great products and amazing service.  We love mythic paint, my crew won’t let me get anything else, it covers great and no more respirators.  We can repaint a room and the tenants can move in the next day with no fumes.”

    Charles Shaw, Smiley Building

    “When it came time to choose colors for our interior bathrooms and exterior trim, we took a short trip up the hill to handcrafted house.  We had heard nothing but great things about their customer service and eco-friendly products — and we were not disappointed.  Sheryl was extremely patient and helpful as we sat in the store and poured over colors for what seemed like forever!  The paints we chose had beautiful coverage, were very easy to work with, and they look amazing.  Sheryl is a wealth of knowledge and can help guide you to fabulous results!”

    Animas Brewing Company

    “Sheryl has been a pleasure to do business with. Her professionalism, attention to detail, and hands on experience have been invaluable assets to my project. You’re always greeted with a smile when you walk into the store!”

    Gary Frost, Alumni U of HK