Self-soothe and grow your own food this summer.
Photos courtesy of Adams Fairacre Farms Want to save money and grow your own produce? An Adams Fairacre Farms expert shares what to know to get your green thumb going. Victory gardens are making a ...
Photos courtesy of NeJame Pool Specialists, Inc./John Howard Designs of Atlanta, GA As we were going to press with the June print issue, summer seemed a long way off, as does the end of COVID-19 ...
A local author and landscape designer on how to add a timeless element to your garden.
When it comes to the building and construction industry, progress has been inching along at a slow pace
Plan It Wild wants to turn your high-maintenance yard into a sustainable, natural habitat.
Three designers share their favorite paints of the season and how to use them in your home.
A carriage house in need of repair is transformed into a library full of life.
There's no better way to make your mark on your home.
Adobe Stock / Kristen Local home centers and workshops make renovations approachable with informative courses, knowledgeable staff, and hard-to-find furniture. Starting a DIY project for your Hudson Valley home? Hoping to restore an old piece ...
Get everything you need to know to plant and grow a successful garden in your own backyard.
Designer Carey Karlan of Last Detail shares her best tips for creating stylish and family-friendly spaces.
Before you wander off the trails to track down Hudson Valley greens in their natural habitat, read up on how to forage safely in the region. 1. Be sure. Only eat a plant if you ...
Sue Adams, of Mark Adams Greenhouses at Adams Fairacre Farms, shares some tips.
An Ulster County couple honors their home’s history while adapting it to modern life — and adding a wonderful new wing.
The 1960 Hyde Park home needed a total gut renovation.
The design offers an immersive experience, including comfortable seating and a clear view to the television.
One of the hottest colors for your home will make your heart throb.
Keep your house garden-fresh, even in the dead of winter.
Efficiency, combined with old-fashioned charm, makes wood a good choice for heating your home.