From simple stashes to curated cellars, local aficionados serve up storage basics that turn any wine collection into an oenophile's dream.
Packed with history and amenities galore, the two New Castle County homes invite owners to curl up by the fire with a hot toddy.
A family of five in the Edenridge neighborhood envisions a central gathering space that is both modern and refined.
These two historic Sussex County houses offer warmth and coziness for under $400,000.
Miami-based design firm Brown Davis transformed a blah beach house in Rehoboth's North Shores neighborhood into the dream home it was meant to be.
Here's how to set the table in style.
Whether you prefer the natural, simple look or something more ornate, these wrapping tips will take your holiday gifts to the next level.
Take your holiday table settings up a notch with tips from area designers and a restaurateur.
Tell us your local favorites! Results will be published in the July 2021 issue of Delaware Today.
Enjoy spectacular lake and river vistas amid glorious fall colors at these leafy Kent County enclaves.
If you don’t have the luxury (or curse) of having a home office, piece one together in any space with a few essential items.
Homes in Henlopen Acres—Delaware’s smallest incorporated town—were built according to its founder’s strict architectural guidelines: It must be attractive.
If your current home office isn't cutting it, consider these tips from local professionals to help elevate your workspace.
When a designer and client are neighbors and longtime friends, a seamless collaboration results.
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.