Spring in Maine, as E.B. White observed, is a haphazard season, best described in anecdotes.
Novelist and gardener Richard Grant says it’s still a fine time of year to sow your dream garden.
Got 100-year-old shoes in your walls? Beneath layers of wallpaper and dropped ceilings lie clues to your old home’s hidden story.
A eclectic live/work space in one of Portland’s emerging creative neighborhoods.
Nominate your home to be featured in an upcoming issue of Down East!
An 18th-century home in Wiscasset is filled with contemporary design elements and textural art.
A 1980s Cape is redesigned to take full advantage of its perch on a sinuous waterway in Camden.
When you’re rebuilding an old rock wall, it’s not just the backaches that endure.
A photographer and a painter make an artful home out of a former church.
A drafty saltbox is reworked into a cozy and highly energy-efficient home.
Waterfalls, ponds, and a playful collection of statues turn a Cumberland backyard into an enchanting hidden retreat.
An Oakfield company has developed a formula for building cost-effective, energy-efficient homes using northern white cedar. By Rob Sneddon / Photographed by Jason P….