A homeowner and her gardener’s harmonious relationship yields beautiful results
Learn about these and other local treasures in the latest installment of our appraisal series, inspired by a certain PBS show that has yet to swing through our state.
A green-and-yellow basket or a beribboned design — these are among myriad styles you can find by local Native American tribes, says appraiser John Bottero
A writer and her designer daughter transform a 19th-century abode
Bethel is a country retreat with abundant outdoor activities, artisan shops, and just the right amount of big-city perks
This affordable, efficient, Maine-made home was assembled in a matter of days.
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