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 … Continue reading
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
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Restoring an old Sebago Lake hunting lodge to its former glory
Built to house and entertain a crowd, this Sunday River getaway is packed with thoughtful architectural details, natural materials, and newly made family memories.
A pair of architects transforms a neglected Lewiston landmark into a modern, moody, dreamy apartment.
Boston-based newlyweds recreate childhood memories and craft plenty of new ones on the West side of Sugarloaf.
On the green outskirts of Portland, the Seder family is slowly renovating their dream home, one project at a time.
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