A Centreville couple keeps a sparkling space for entertaining that charms for a variety of events, from book clubs to poker nights.
With ample acreage and a dreamy location, this historic Chateau Country estate won’t last long on the market.
Extend your outdoor living space well into the fall with fire pits, bowls, tables or outdoor fireplaces that are perfect for keeping warm.
A Chester County family brings the party home with a welcoming barn that feels cozy in every season.
The treasured landmark in the Brandywine Valley is revived and restored with an abundance of historic charm.
Local designers share new, unique ideas that they believe are on the rise and can stand the test of time in the region.
Shop these accoutrements large and small to upgrade the hub of your Brandywine Valley home.
Statement finds for the home including accessories and pieces for the kitchen, bathroom, living areas and more.
A meticulous restoration by Lancaster County-based firm B&D Builders elevates the barn, a piece of Chester County history.
The relaxed, minimalist home finds its harmony in nature with help from an open floor plan and light-filled rooms.
With plenty of workshops and flower shows happening this time of year, you can learn all the tips and tricks for a beautiful fall flower garden.
Summer returns to an estate in Chateau Country via a magnificent swimming pool landscape designed by Wallace Landscape Associates.
This recently redesigned mudroom serves as a practical informal entry to the home, plenty whimsical and full of function.
Cedarcroft, the former home of famed travel writer Bayard Taylor, is for sale in Kennett Square, listed for $1.38 million.
A previously uninhabitable farmhouse was reimagined to create a stunning, open-concept layout full of charm and character.
The Rosens beautified a historic property in Chester County with fields of fragrant lavender flowers—enriching their family in the process.
Bri Brant, a Delaware County native and the owner of Arden + James, rescues and revives the 19th-century farmhouse she admired as a kid.
Residents around the Main Line and Delaware regions satisfy a primal desire to grow some of what they eat through nano-farming.
Backyard chickens became a trend during the pandemic. Here are tips from two Main Line farmers on starting your own brood.
The timeless design of this author and steeplechase rider's farmhouse-style home pairs perfectly with function near Doe Run.