Step inside a few area homes that might spark an idea.
Although they’re no strangers to the great outdoors, Jeremy and Simona Ebner didn’t set out to buy a campground for a home.
Ryan and Chloe Homan ended up with was a farmhouse that was surrounded by not one, but nearly seven acres of land in Sun Prairie.
Built some 80 years ago, the lake home owned by Tina Hanson and Tom Hagg had already seen its fair share of repairs and alterations during the 25 years the couple owned the house.
Morgann McCoy downsized both her possessions and her space by relocating to a farm owned by her brother and sister-in-law.
These names in home design are adding stylish touches to Madison interiors.
This renovating couple didn’t feel a spark for this Nakoma fixer-upper until it was already partially gutted. Then they turned it into a house tailor-made for their family.
This month our editors selected local items including Ugly Apple Cafe's marmalade, art bikes, a neon sign business and more.
Hilldale announced Thursday it is planning to expand on its south-side to develop underutilized areas of the shopping center.
While she creates all sorts of wall hangings and some other macramé accessories, over the past couple years, Vang has become well known for her xauv-inspired pieces.
After a year without markets, Madison's Central Business Improvement District is bringing back the Madison Night Market Thursday from 4-9 p.m.
After an SUV crashed into her shop, Nikki Anderson quickly transported everything to a new and temporary location at 305 S. Livingston St.
The bar has risen in bathroom design in recent years, and this town of Westport home showcases recent trends and rules that were just waiting to be broken.
Nonalcoholic beer, a new book, vegan conchitas, espresso lemonade and more in this month's hot list.
Rebecca DeKuiper's art deco style updates an ancient craft.
Q&As with fitness fanatics who share their 2021 goals, their favorite equipment, post-workout snacks and more.
National stats show female-led ventures growing, and these Madison-area women represent a few local success stories.
Meet Kerstin Nelson, otherwise known as the curator behind the account and etsy shop Midwest Attic Treasure.
Whitney Doering and Lincoln Durham are among many young professionals enjoying luxury apartment living in Madison.
Xizhou Xie started with acrylic pour art as a hobby, but she soon became overloaded with canvases.
Through a partnership with more than 40 local businesses, "The Generous Home" program is donating all the proceeds from the sale of a home to local nonprofits.
The shop, located at 912 Williamson St., opened in early June with a focus on vintage toys and pop culture objects.
The four-year-old e-commerce gift box company is adding 2,000 square feet to its headquarters in time for the busy holiday season.
This year’s Parade of Homes will be June 18-27.
This one's for all the lovers of e-books, brandy, board games, sustainable bags, healthy snacks and handmade jewelry.
When he’s not renovating camper vans, Josh Oakes creates wallets, bags, belts and more.
This semi-annual event is the perfect opportunity for food lovers to sample some of Madison’s finest local offerings.
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