A midcoast couple shines light on contemporary Scandinavian design and modern Maine makers at Periscope, their gallery-inspired home goods store in Rockland.
In the Lighting Concepts showroom in Portland, you’ll find a bevy of options, from rustic pendants to contemporary chandeliers.
From the geometric adornments of the Arts and Crafts movement to the hand-turned simplicity of a Shaker table, the pieces at Chilton Furniture Co. are built to last a lifetime
Located in Kennebunkport’s Lower Village, Portside is the little sister store of Hurlbutt Designs, stocked full of distinctive objects and uncommon gifts.
Portland’s Paul G. White Interior Solutions provides durable and long-lasting surfaces, from oiled hardwood to stunning natural stone, for Maine homes, schools, and even the Capitol.
At Portland’s Mougalian Rugs showroom, you’ll find hundreds of soft textiles, from punchy contemporary designs to classic hand-knotted Persian rugs.
Swallowfield, Jennifer Judd-McGee’s charming artist-owned home goods shop in Northeast Harbor, specializes in Scandinavian Style.
Self-described “fabric junkie” Betsey Telford-Goodwin researches, restores, and sells antique quilts out of her historic mustard-colored home in York
From vintage-style signs to one-of-a-kind furniture, this sprawling Kennebunk shop is packed full of classic finds
From custom stair parts to countertops, millwork to mouldings, the wood products at Fat Andy’s Hardwoods are sure to wow.