Raising the Bar(stool)

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Reems Creek Estate is Crowned by a Stylish, Net-Zero Home

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Cozy in the Mix

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Pride of the Pasture

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Teeing Off Tradition

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Warm and Inviting

Warm and Inviting

(But Cool and Modern) North Asheville kitchen hits the just-right spot The eponymous lass of “Goldilocks and The Three Bears” wanders into a woodland…

Reflection of Place

Reflection of Place

Unique water feature establishes a Biltmore Forest build  Mike and Ellen Hainen wanted mountains — “but not cold mountains,” says Ellen. The couple is…

More Minimal

More Minimal

Designer appointed her dream career piece by piece Valery Huffenus began her interior-design career as an assistant at a Decorating Den Interiors franchise in New Jersey….

Style for Generations

Style for Generations

Pinnacle Mountain cottage receives timeless upgrades  Morgan and Clint Brown realized in the early months of the pandemic that toddlers make less than ideal…

Freedom of the Press

Freedom of the Press

Former New York designer reaped the entrepreneurial seed Macon York followed her intuition, a drastic lifestyle pivot, and the Appalachian Trail to arrive in…

Farming to Scale

Farming to Scale

Madison County grower cultivates whimsy Tiny Ridge is an eclectic town. It’s a place where children play baseball on echinacea blooms, mountaineers climb tulip…

Message in a Bobbin

Message in a Bobbin

Quilt event displays the enduring freshness of a traditional genre The Western North Carolina Quilters Guild’s spring show, held once every two years, bestows…

The Head and The Heart

New construction balances classic finishes and dramatic flourishes A deep breath can change your life. Ana Sabatino learned this three years ago when she…

Chasing the Last Light

Chasing the Last Light

Exhibit features Asheville oil painter’s golden-hour landscapes “My paintings are about entering into the mystery and inviting the viewer to join me in that…

Reel to Real

Reel to Real

Weaver brings a cinematic eye to a traditional art form Having developed an interest in 35-millimeter, black-and-white analog photography in high school, textile artist…

View Finder

View Finder

Flat Rock resident displays a century’s worth of cameras Even on a drizzly day, the view through the floor-to-ceiling windows that form the rear…