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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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  • A Visual Symphony in Edgewater

      By Manning Lee  |  Photography by Geoffrey Hodgdon   When you live on the water, a part of you is always absorbing its music, its beauty, its infinitely shifting countenance. These many moods and inflections are reflected in paint, furnishings, fabrics, and materials of this waterfront home in Edgewater. The owners purchased the property in the fall of 2013 and hoped to never move again. Their goal was to create the personal sanctuary they.
  • The Cure for a Dysfunctional Kitchen: Airspace & Traffic Control

      By Jerri Anne Hopkins  |  Photography by Marcus Chacona   Families, in-laws, and office suites are not the only places that harbor dysfunction and pathological triangles. A quiet killer lurks among us. It thrives upon confusion. Upon useless niches and ill-fitting cabinetry. Upon fear that there are deep problems. That you will blow your retirement income solving these problems. The culprit? The well-meaning but design-less kitchen. If you find yourself the owner of one,.
  • A Kitchen With Chutzpah

    A Kitchen With Chutzpah By Tom Levine  |  Photography by Jason Weil   Deborah Zakheim will tell you “I like color. I’m not afraid of it.” Take one look at her kitchen and you won’t doubt her for a second. Zakheim, a fabric designer, studied at Pratt Institute and the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York.  She got a chance to flex her design muscles soon after her retirement when she and her husband Don.
  • Picks for January & February 2015

    Robert's Picks 1.  One of the greatest American dance companies of all times, the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, performs at the Kennedy Center Opera House in Washington, D.C., February 3–8, 2015. This is part of the reason we love living in the Annapolis area; in less than an hour’s drive, we have access to some of the top cultural events in the world. Ailey, choreographer and activist who died in 1989, brought the African.
  • The Iron Rooster: Comfort Food at Its Best

    Straight Up on Dining Out The Iron Rooster Comfort Food at Its Best Story by Christine Fillat The Iron Rooster is a new classic eatery on the city dock in Annapolis. It has been open since October 17, and already folks queue up for tables. “There’s a really cool buzz about this restaurant. It gives people another reason to come to downtown Annapolis,” says Kyle Algaze, owner. It took a mere thirty days to transform.
  • Living Large on a Small Scale

    Farnady Interiors By Manning Lee  |  Photography by Gwin Hunt   Mary-Beth and Bruce Phillips dreamed of simplifying their lives and leaving it all behind. Unlike most of us, they turned this fantasy into reality. They sold everything, including their seven-bedroom Victorian home in Westfield, New Jersey, and moved into a 1,400 square foot, two-bedroom condo overlooking Annapolis Harbor. “We sold all of our antiques, furniture, and treasures gathered over our lifetime and moved to.

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