March 2011

March 2011
Color expert Scott Courtenay-Smith of Renovate with Color shares his top picks for harmonious palettes

Uncover treasures, raise your auction paddle, and find home design inspiration with our guide to an eclectic collection of antiques purveyors

Black Mountain College’s spirit of creative collaboration lives on during an evening of dining and spontaneous art

Along the Cherohala Skyway, flying squirrels are reunited

Tour a few of WNC’s intriguing homes for a greater perspective on our region's early days

A Hickory festival puts the spotlight on Catawba Valley pottery

Oconaluftee River Trail

Get to know Doc Watson, just in time for MerleFest

With the demise of chestnut trees, so went the reign of bark architecture in the mountains. Today, Chris and Marty McCurry are leading a revival of the historic style. Using poplar bark and sustainable practices, they’re ensuring a lasting connect between home and nature

Benjamin Belton takes his design talents up one flight, creating chic apartments in downtown Morganton

One of the country's early attempts at harvesting renewable energy began in Boone

You can help the WNC Nature Center name its new cougar cubs

Lorraine Plaxico draws a harmonious union between art and architecture

A vivid West Asheville haven nurtures a mother and daughter’s creative spirits

A crop of North Carolina wineries make it easy (and appealing) to drink local

Let local chefs and guides lead you to the wonders of Italian and French cuisine with these delicious tours abroad

A bake-off sweetens the battle against cancer