After leaving New York last year, clothing designer Samuel Snider found a new path in antiques.
Set along the shores of the Pemaquid River, the Carpenter’s Boat Shop teaches apprentices to sail, build boats, and find new paths forward.
Rusty Lamer, who specializes in creating installations for kids, lends his whimsical designs to the museum’s new location.
Inspired by their flock of geese, two modern back-to-the-landers build their dream farm in Liberty.
The Victorian-era home of two designers has sprouted and grown over the course of 20 years and many renovations.
From disco balls to taxidermy, the house’s decor is as eclectic as it is cool.
A Portland couple in a bright and lush East End home shift gears in their third act.
An architect and a felt company founder revitalize a rundown property in Cape Neddick.
Landing Spot A net-positive home in Carrabassett Valley serves as one family’s mountainside retreat by Emma SimardPhotography by Erin Little Issue: November 2020 “It was all Henry’s idea,” Alicia Heyburn says. Henry, her husband, has always had a penchant for
A tiny cabin on the Crooked River in western Maine becomes a quiet oasis for a pair of New York transplants