A Landscape That Glistens
Photography by David Burroughs
Landscape Architect: Campion Hruby Landscape Architects
Grey & Gorgeous
Photography by Mike Kaskel
Kitchen Design: Kitchen Encounters
Esprit Design in Thomas Point
Photography by Maureen Porto
Interior Design: Wesley Thompson

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Annapolis Home is a luxury magazine that explores the dynamic home scene in greater metropolitan Annapolis, Anne Arundel County and the Eastern Shore while showcasing the latest designs in landscaping, architecture, remodeling, and interior design. The magazine is unique in that it also investigates the garage as both a functional and creative space and the dock as integral to Chesapeake Bay living.

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  • Robert’s Picks | Krzysztof Wodiczko

    at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden     Krzysztof Wodiczko’s Homeless Vehicle Project, 1988-89 (5th Avenue, New York) Some years ago, when I taught as a visiting professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, I had the great privilege of teaching with the deeply thoughtful artist Krzysztof Wodiczko. We would often meet weekly at a café to talk about our classes, art, and the world condition, of which he had strong views. It was.
  • A Landscape that Glistens

    By Kymberly Taylor | Photography by David Burroughs     Many forget that Georgetown, founded in 1751, was a tobacco port and mill town that predates Washington, D.C. There is an old-fashioned feeling to its quaint cobblestone streets, lined with Federal style architecture and historic brick and frame row houses. The gardens are especially intriguing and each has its own personality. A recent stroll reveals that tradition reigns. Roses climb ornate iron fencing while classical.
  • A Progressive Approach to Real Estate

    Richard M. Curtis, P.A.     “I tell my agents to ‘take care of your people and make them happy. If you focus on always doing the right thing, your business will grow as a result.’ ” Richard Curtis, owner of Curtis Real Estate, works in a beautiful building across from the main Naval Academy Gate, and about a block from City Dock. A big bay window opens right out onto Randall Street and the.
  • Gray & Gorgeous

    More space and more style bring this kitchen up to date By Carol Sorgen | Photography by Mike Kaskel     The current owners of this traditional Annapolis center-hall Colonial had already updated the exterior of their home to suit their more contemporary taste. With that taken care of, it was time to turn their attention to the kitchen. The hardwood Brazilian cherry floors remained, but out went the traditional white Shaker cabinets, and in.
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    Design Talk | Dark Colors Brighten Up a Room

    BY ERIN PAIGE PITTS | PHOTOGRAPHY BY GEOFFREY HODGDON   Everything in life is a balance, and that holds true with design as well. Much of my work has a beach or coastal look, defined by an abundance of white walls and crisp white trim mixed with blues. Good design, however, comes in many shades. I was fortunate to have the opportunity to work with a client who wasn’t afraid of a darker, more dramatic.
  • Esprit Design in Thomas Point

    BY SARAH HAGERTY | PHOTOGRAPHY BY MAUREEN PORTO     The owners of this standout Thomas Point home are a real, live family with two active sons (one teen, one tween). So it is no surprise that the word “durable” came up when describing their decorating needs. However, let’s make it perfectly clear that durable does not mean drab or utilitarian. Sparkling might better describe the home. And colorful. Interior designer Wesley Thompson Pehlke, of.
  • Stellar Cellars

    By Robert Haywood   The fruit of the vine is influenced by many variables, including weather, sunlight, water, temperature, and some would say, history itself. No one wine is the same and that is what attracts the connoisseur, the type of person who enjoys developing an expertise and a discriminating pallet. To be a wine connoisseur, you not only have to be super sensitive to smell, taste, and color, you also have to learn the.
  • Straight Up on Dining Out | Rec Pier Chop House at the Sagamore Pendry

    Beaux Arts Beauty With Contemporary Charm By Christine Fillat   The Sagamore Pendry hotel, home to the Rec Pier Chop House, stands alone, a Beaux Arts giantess among the 18th and 19th century row houses, rowdy bars and cobblestone streets of historic Fells Point. When the hotel was built in 1914, she was known as the Baltimore Recreation Pier. The building has been used for a variety of purposes, both industrial and civic. Once upon.
  • Leading Kitchen & Bath Designers

      DESIGN SOLUTIONS, INC Kitchen & Bath Environments dsikitchens.com     IN HOME STONE Marble, Granite, Tile & Restoration inhomestone.com   COMPASS STONE & TILE STUDIO cst-studio.com   KENWOOD KITCHENS Kitchen & Bath Design Studio kenwoodkitchens.com     314 DESIGN STUDIO Kitchen & Bath Specialists 314designstudio.com   KITCHEN ENCOUNTERS kitchenencounters.biz   NOBLE KITCHEN & BATH noblekitchens.com   ABOUT KITCHENS Kitchen & Bath Solutions aboutkitchensandmore.com   MARYLAND SHOWER ENCLOSURES Custom Framed & Frameless Shower Doors marylandshower.com.
  • A House of Many Colors

    By Carol Sorgen | Photography by Alex Szopa Our couple, longtime residents of Severna Park, fell in love with the perfect waterfront property, the one they had been envisioning in their minds for years. Unfortunately, the weathered home sitting upon this prime piece of property had small windows and charms so submerged they were all but invisible. In fact, the house was the polar opposite of their ideal: a shingled house, reminiscent of the elegant.

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