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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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  • Enchanted Cottage on Brewer Creek

      Enchanted Cottage on Brewer Creek By Scott Sowers  |  Photography by Steven Whitsitt This waterfront design story starts with a low-key cottage in a rolling community called The Downs in Annapolis. The problem? A leaky swimming pool the homeowners wanted to fill in and replace with a garden. It ends with a leafy oasis secreted away behind the home, composed of a graceful pool, an outdoor kitchen, and dining spaces. A screened-in three-season porch.
  • Getaway On Assawoman Bay

      Getaway On Assawoman Bay By Kymberly Taylor  |  Photography by Geoffrey Hodgdon Every home-to-be begins with a conversation. And, for a couple building a getaway in Dewey Beach, Delaware, it was: “Should we even buy this lot?” The homeowners were drawn to the gray-green waters and wild topography of Assawoman Bay, a tranquil lagoon with protected wetlands once traversed by the Algonquian Indians. According to The Place Names of Maryland, the two opening syllables.
  • A High Note on The South River

      A High Note on The South River By Tom Levine  |  Photography by Marta Hansen When a Washington area couple Sandy and Bob Cohn decided to reside in Annapolis full time, they knew that their small, outdated weekend house on the South River was not going to serve them well. They wanted a home that spoke to their passions. Sandy is an avid cook, Bob an audiophile and lover of classical music, and they.
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    The Sculptural Stair

      Design Talk The Sculptural Stair By Leo Wilson  |  Photography courtesy of Hammond-Wilson Almost every great building I’ve ever been in has a great stair. The stair can really set the tone for everything else that unfolds architecturally. There are many different approaches to designing a successful stair. Some are formal, others are sculptural, and still others are expressions of structure. What all of the best stairs have in common is that they simultaneously.
  • Lures Bar and Grille

    Straight Up on Dining Out Lures Bar and Grille Casual but Inventive Dining By Christine Fillat There is a certain joy that accompanies a visit to an eating establishment where you know you will be well served. Lures of Crownsville is such a place. The parking lot is ample; the restaurant is large, open, and simply decorated. As you are seated, even early in the day, the place exudes an easy confidence as the lunch.
  • Picks for July & August 2015

    Robert's Picks 1.  The new Whitney Museum of American Art is now open in the meatpacking district of NYC. An art museum offers an architect a rare opportunity to design a signature building. Genoa-born, Paris-based architect Renzo Piano was selected for the design, and he has aimed to create an architectural monument with strong and distinct forms. To compliment the building’s linear façade, he also designed a limited edition bag for the brand Max Mara..

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