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
A design-oriented couple turns a vintage houseboat into a minimalist’s dream home
As more and more people discover what you already know about the Pine Tree State, it’s becoming more difficult to find the right home. From finding a real estate agent to the perfect vacation property, here are answers to your questions about how to buy your own slice of Maine.
Restoring an old Sebago Lake hunting lodge to its former glory
Soapmakers and ceramicists, jewelry designers and glassblowers, these artists represent a vibrant community of makers who are continuing Maine’s heritage of craft. Using materials ranging from neon tubing to lumber, their stories are told through the products they make and the people who invite them into their lives.
Built to house and entertain a crowd, this Sunday River getaway is packed with thoughtful architectural details, natural materials, and newly made family memories.