A Raleigh family brings new energy to a 1980s home.
This cavernous fabric store is truly a village gathered under one roof offering a huge range of products including fabric, notions, foam and carpets.
From antique to whimsical to deeply personal, local interior design experts give us a peek into their lives.
After decades of neglect, a Raleigh family undertook a gut renovation of a signature home in Historic Oakwood. Here are the shocking before and after photos.
Handy homeowners combine elbow grease, attention to detail and architectural detective work to restore a long-neglected house to its Victorian glory.
by Jesma Reynolds
photographs by Catherine Nguyen
More is More! At home with Charlotte Smith by Jesma Reynolds photographs by Catherine Nguyen In Charlotte Smith’s world, more is always better. More art, more accessories, more color, more furniture. The owner of Raleigh’s two-year-old Union Camp Collective sells…
Georgian on My Mind A grand home exudes a playful happiness by Jesma Reynoldsphotographs by Catherine Nguyen “Spitttin’ distance” is an apt Southernism to describe the distance between Pam and George Clark’s house on Clark Avenue and Snoopy’s Hot…
Keep on the sunny side At home with designer Betsy Anderson by Jesma Reynolds photographs by Catherine Nguyen “Wherever I live, I can just make it work,” says interior designer Betsy Anderson. In her rental bungalow near North Hills, she…