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.
Meet vintage camper (and pink!) proponent Stephanie Towle — for real! She and her Shasta are greeting visitors in Boothbay in June.
Take a tour of Maine rug designer Angela Adams’ sunny living room.
It’s nearly impossible not to feel good in Luke and Sarah Cellier’s passive-solar home above the Back River in Georgetown.
SoPo Cottage’s Laurel LaBauve refurbishes old houses to resell — but don’t call her a flipper.
These three spots are taking camping to the next level.
The popular PBS series has never swung through our state — what’s up with that? So we created our own version, enlisting top appraisers to evaluate your Maine antiques.