With a suite of amenities, 155 Radnor is the first new development in the township for nearly 30 years.
These locally-poured candles will infuse any space with heady scents.
The landscape architect and interior designer collaborated to create a harmonious design.
Jim Sinclair acquired many of the pieces during his travels as a musician.
The homeowners wanted an open kitchen where they could relax, cook and entertain.
Fabulous finishes and bespoke furnishings elevate the home to a retreat.
Rosazza Son’s Florist & Greenhouses was built in the 1920s.
With help from interior designer Gina Whalen, the homeowner created a space that reflects their family's style.
A golden age in architecture in the 19th century led to the creation of homes that define the region.
By blending contemporary and traditional elements, the Sicilias pay homage to their ancestors.
Their 1929 stone colonial in Penn Valley provides a charming backdrop for holiday gatherings.
A patio addition allowed the homeowner to build a dream kitchen with more square footage and natural light.
The pair renovated a condo to create a serene, European-inspired sanctuary.
When their yard was coming up short, they opted to transform it into something everybody would love.
What is the most priceless feature in the landscape? If you said a mature tree you are right. It can be painful to lose a tree that has grown for years in your home landscape. ...
Maximalist Studios is taking interior design to the max.
With help from Philadelphia’s Airy Kitchens, these homeowners created the illusion of more space while maintaining the home’s architectural integrity.
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Amy Saha and Joanne Voelcker, the owners of Wagontown’s Mt Airy Lavender, have dedicated themselves to growing and harvesting seven different varieties of the plant.