Restful retreats in Greenville and Newark offer peaceful living and room to move.
There are options for those who need help financing energy renovations for their homes.
Not all energy upgrades to older homes involve hiring contractors and spending thousands of dollars. Even small, do-it-yourself projects can conserve energy and make the environment greener.
Whether residing in a Victorian mansion or postwar split-level, homeowners are discovering affordable ways to make existing homes more energy efficient.
Dubbed the "House of the Seven Sins" by neighbors, this unconventional home blends historic architecture with modern amenities.
Pay homage to midcentury modern minimalism with airy spaces, and sleek and sculptural furnishings.
A local couple saved the 800-square-foot cottage, called Rest Harrow, from disrepair and restored the charming home back to its early-1900s glory.
Bigger isn’t necessarily better. These New Castle County homes at around 2,000 square feet let you have it all without the sprawl.
From antiques and found objects to modern designs that pay homage to the past, these pieces add an air of historic charm and sophistication.
From modern updates to stunning historic details, these Kent County homes offer back-in-the-day beauty for under $400,000.
With modern touches and traditional details, a Milton grand dame shines.
These cozy, yet spacious, sun porches offer stunning views of the outdoors but keep nature at a comfortable distance.
The stamp commemorates the formal garden's Reflecting Pool surrounded by lush azaleas, designed by Marian Coffin.
Avoiding crowds this summer? Turn your backyard pool into a private oasis with these cool essentials.
Browse this year's list of the top restaurants, shops and services in our state, as voted by our readers and editors.
This former du Pont home known as The Shell House is packed with amenities, and offers abundant possibilities for waterside entertaining.
From inviting fire-pits to pools that wow, these backyard spaces beckon outdoor living.
Known as Chateau Mamere, this French Provincial-style mansion brings the dream of living on a grand country estate within reach.
These luxe patio pieces will make you wish you could summer at home all the time.
Sara Titone's wearable and hangable designs combine the bohemian look of macramé with clean, timeless modern styles.