An influential force in North Carolina’s furniture-making community, LEE Industries in Conover collaborates with talented regional artisans and craftspeople within a 50-mile radius to create truly local pieces.
A menagerie of animals — along with their human keepers — delight in a beautifully and sustainably designed life on the farm.
For architect Adam Sebastian, a childhood spent building forts and tree houses in Forsyth County honed the design skills that he used to create a home high above the treetops.
In 1958, a group of college students in Greensboro built a modern home from scratch.
When pizza parlors arrived in North Carolina, the checkered tablecloths and warm, garlicky welcome changed downtown eating — and campus life — forever.
After the war, North Carolinians hit the road on gasoline that’s newly cheap and plentiful. Sleek cars in a kaleidoscope of colors carry families to drive-in theaters and restaurants, where they watch and dine under the stars.
Growing up in a modernist masterpiece taught two sisters that a house is far more than a home — it’s a feeling.
In Brunswick County, a former marine biologist grows a bounty of herbs, vegetables, and edible flowers on her family farm.
Maritime relics, nautical touches, and an utterly modern design merge in an island home that’s both historic and contemporary.