Hi and welcome! I'm very doubtful that your herbs would live through the winter outdoors in Colorado, especially in pots. We lived in Utah for 20 years, and I used to bring pots of herbs in for the winter just so I'd have a fresh supply. The rosemary often didn't make it, as it dried out too much (very dry air in Utah) but the other herbs did quite well.
Suggest you try a thrift store for a little table or maybe a step stool that you could set your plants on, in front of a sunny window. Be sure they have large plates (plastic or styrofoam are fine) under them for any excess drainage, and your carpeting should not be compromised. Try not to set the plants where heat vents will blow warm dry air on them. They'll dry out really quickly anyway, and you'll be surprised how often you need to water them.
If you don't want to do that, perhaps 'adopt' them out to a friend who has a garden, sink the pots into the ground and mulch deeply over them, leaving just the leaves exposed to the sun on the evergreen ones (rosemary and thyme). The mint will die right back to the ground outdoors, but may survive and pop up in spring again.