Jamie and Sara Jane Davis are young now, but they plan to grow old working their land in the North Carolina foothills.
After the death of her husband, Frances Huber reinvented their farm, and her life.
High in Ashe County, Ron and Suzanne Joyner are bringing back hundreds of varieties of forgotten fruit.
Medicinal herbs are indigenous to western North Carolina; Gaia Herbs in Brevard takes a modern approach to ancient traditions.
Echoview’s woven textiles, including its baby blanket that won first place in the Home & Garden category of Our State’s Made in NC Awards, are sustainably made in — where else? — Weaverville, North Carolina.
If you think you need two sinks in the bathroom you share with your spouse, you might want to have a chat with Asheville’s Sally Spiegel. She’ll convince you otherwise.
An eastern North Carolina woodworker finds opportunity in a place not known for the craft, with a wood that’s notoriously challenging.
For two fellows holding open-armed court inside an old High Point pharmacy, fanciful furniture, clothing, and bespoke dog collars capture the imagination.
In six phases, a house grows and develops to reflect the people who live there.