A legion of blog and Instagram followers keeps up with Kelly-Anne Rush’s DIY endeavors.
In the 1970s, an 1887 York Village train station was converted into a three-bedroom house. After a few more renovations, the Albrights are happy to call the depot home.
A floral wave above the Saint Croix River supports nature’s tiny workers.
Which roadside flea markets are most worth a stop? We asked professional bargain hunters where they forage — and what they find there.
Donna Primozich’s sprawling gardens flourish under the trees in western Maine.
This Great Diamond Island home incorporates Fort McKinley surviving brick-and-concrete fire commander tower into its contemporary design
Gardener Kate McLeod finds the beauty in a once-derelict lot.
A certain popular antique appraisal series continues to ignore our state, so every so often, we create our own version of the PBS show.
Kate Christensen wrote her last two books in a kitchen filled with as much history and reverence for nourishing meals as her storylines.
A look inside a recently renovated 285-square-foot tiny cottage in Kennebunkport
When it came time for Louisa Nelson to renovate her family’s mid-century modern cottage on Pemaquid Point, she opted to embrace a clean-lined aesthetic.
A gardening trio creates a blooming oasis in downtown Brunswick.