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Sponsored Content: Bradford's Rug Gallery

Is an antique or vintage rug right for you? Bradford Ross of Bradford’s Rug Gallery in Portland takes the floor to help you decide. Twenty years ago, a refugee from Afghanistan helped Bradford Ross find his life’s work. The man imported rugs from his home country and sold them to the owners of the carpet […]

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Natural Selection

Editor's Picks

Portland’s Fiore Home, owned by interior designer Vanessa Helmick, showcases furniture, wallpaper, décor, and Maine art, as well as custom window coverings and upholstery, in the designer’s signature “organic modern” style. More than half of Helmick’s inventory comes from local, women-owned businesses like hers. The key ingredients? Clean lines, natural elements, and plenty of texture. Here are a few of our favorite finds.

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Best of Maine Shopping Guide

Your guide to men’s clothing, silk-screened pillows, dog treats, stone cabinet knobs, and a style consultant.

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Clay and Oysters

Artist Alison Evans borrows shapes from Maine mollusks to sculpt a stylish and graceful dinnerware line. By Rebecca Martin Evarts  
Photograph by Nathan Eldridge...

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A New Twist on Old Things

After a career spent creating images for high-powered clients, Leslie Evans launched her own brand with a nostalgic line of fab By Brooke Williams...

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A Fiber Renaissance

Out of the small farm revival and the rising demand for handcrafted goods comes a new future for Maine textiles.

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The Elves of the North Woods

A family handcrafts toys designed to last a lifetime.

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Portal to the Past

A Maine Antiques Shopping How-To

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Habitat for Hobbits

Making It In Maine

Wooden Wonders’ little playhouses offer plenty of room for big imaginations.

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