For the outdoor enthusiast, a vacation in the Alaskan wilderness should be on the top of your list.
See how these homeowners’ love for The Big Easy turned their Alabama abode into a Louisiana-flavored getaway.
A mother fondly finishes a cottage renovation in honor of her late son.
Soon New Hampshire’s Monadnock Region will disappear under a blanket of white. But for the first gentle snow of the season, Juniper Hill Farm is etched in the definition it deserves.
A meticulous renovation returns the charm to a circa-1920s carriage house.
Tovah Martin, author of numerous gardening books and articles, gives us a peek inside her newest book and explains why gardening indoors is a good idea during the long, cold winter.
A couple marries their passion for area art with their adoration for all things French, creating a classy cottage full of style.
Venture off the beaten path to find a winter cabin that’s as stylish as it is inviting.
Mix your white and cream collections and take your tablescape from predictable to unexpected.
Rather than retreating when winter blows in, Beanacre Farm celebrates the snow.
Help for those missing their garden this winter can be found in the book The Winter Garden by Emma Hardy, published by CICO Books.
Award-winning quilter Victoria Findlay Wolfe found her calling creating one-of-a-kind works of art.
At Terrain nature isn’t allowed any downtime. Instead, they dub winter the “restore season.”
For homeowners who prefer the elegant over the rustic, certain design approaches bring graceful sophistication and panache to this durable winter cabin.
The owner of this 1920s-era home spent five years remodeling the kitchen to make it her very own. And since her name is Charm, how could it be anything but charming!
The cool and comfy décor of this mountain home pulls from the blue hues of the sky on a clear day and the white of the icy snow that promises winter fun.