The Hagerty House
July/August 2019

A Home With a History

Jun 30, 2019 Raleigh Magazine 0
My grandparents built a home on this land on Lyon Street in 1955, after moving to Raleigh from Albany, New York. My stepdad, with whom I was close, grew up here and I have beautiful […]
Tintype photography
June 2019

What’s Your (Tin)Type?

May 31, 2019 Megan Dohm 0
The final transformation of a tintype portrait takes about five seconds. Durham-based photographer Riley MacLean thinks it’s like watching a Polaroid from 1850. In five “Mississippis,” the image flips from a slightly eerie negative to a […]
Custom office space by Robert MacNeill of Roux MacNeill Studio
June 2019

Office Space

May 31, 2019 Raleigh Magazine 0
“Our client tasked us with creating a versatile workspace for their family, including a daughter in college.  Space was at a premium in their downtown loft, so we needed to create an efficient space that […]
June 2019

Sizzling Summer Neighborhoods

May 23, 2019 Raleigh Magazine 0
SPONSORED CONTENT BY OPENDOOR Summer is here in Raleigh, and with it, the busiest home buying and selling season of the year. Most cities see an uptick in moves between May and August, which makes […]
Color Crave: Pink
May 2019

Passion For Pink

May 14, 2019 Raleigh Magazine 0
Daring to make a statement? Hot pink is about as bold as it gets. Paint your home with these brightly hues that demand attention yet remain sophisticated. Whether as a nail polish or a lacquered […]
Colored pencil art by Jaimon Caceres
May 2019

Life in Color

May 7, 2019 Lauren Kruchten 0
If you think colored pencils are just for kids, think again. Raleigh-based artist Jaimon Caceres uses them to create magical landscapes and lifelike portraits that look similar to oil paintings. Raised on a small farm in […]
Tula Summerford of Design by Tula
May 2019

At Home with Tula Summerford

Apr 30, 2019 Raleigh Magazine 0
We spend time in the favorite rooms of the homes of some of Raleigh’s top interior experts and designers. Tula Summerford majored in textile technology at the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York City. The mother […]
April 2019

Letting Go

Apr 15, 2019 Alison Hill 3
Excess stuff causes stress. It’s true—whether psychological or physical, clutter is chaotic and creates more work and hassle. It also takes up space and costs time and money. More than 10 percent of households rent […]
April 2019

Gardening for Good

Apr 8, 2019 Cindy Whitt 0
When you’re planting your garden this spring, consider adding a row to help feed families in need. Plant a Row for the Hungry is a national program that encourages gardeners and community groups to donate […]
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