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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 | Summer Events in Annapolis

      1. The Annapolis Maritime Museum is one of the great cultural treasures of the city. The Museum, located in Eastport, is housed in the historic McNasby Oyster Company, located on Back Creek and overlooking the mouth of the Chesapeake Bay. The museum has a second campus, Back Creek Nature Park, on the other side of the Creek. The Maritime Museum offers exhibitions and programs that educate youth and adults about the area’s maritime heritage.
  • Grandeur in Easton

    These New York transplants have found a new way of life in Easton.   By Carol Sorgen | Photography Courtesy of McHale Landscape Design   Once Ginny and Michael Borner retired from running their global specialty paint company, they realized they no longer needed to live in New York. High on their wish list was finding a waterfront home, though they didn’t know where. “At the time, we didn’t even know what the Eastern Shore.
  • Sunset Transformation on Harness Creek

    By Kymberly Taylor | Photography by David Burroughs     Architect Scarlett Breeding of Alt Breeding Associates and Raymond Gauthier of Lynbrook of Annapolis have professions that demand visual perfection. However, the success of each project depends on what is invisible: details. It is not an understatement to say that Breeding and Gauthier are obsessed with them. Details follow their own natural laws. One detail builds upon another propelled by an inner force that if.
  • Reflections on a Plot of Land

    By Robert C. Hruby, ASLA   We lead busy lives, in fact we brag about being busy. We multitask, work on vacation, and conference while our kids play on three travel teams. I am just as guilty. I design and build gardens for a living, and I strive to wrap my clients daily lives with an evolving natural beauty. I try to connect people, their houses, cars and life styles, to their land. I do.
  • Historic Habitats

    By Sarah Hagerty   In Anne Arundel County, buildings steeped in history are always just around the corner... and open for our education and entertainment.   Photo by Geoffrey Hodgdon WILLIAM PACA HOUSE & GARDEN The Paca House is a don’t-miss-experience in Annapolis. It was built in the 1760s for Paca, a signator of the Declaration of Independence and the third governor of Maryland. Remarkably, it has been lovingly restored, protected and preserved. Today it.
  • Design Talk | Creating Balance in a Room

    By Lisa Hoekstra, Sew Beautiful | Photography by Geoffrey Hodgdon   “A man travels the world over in search of what he needs and returns home to find it.” - George A. Moore, Irish Poet   Creating balance in this room presented a challenge. While the vaulted ceiling’s dramatic angle opened the room and made it feel more spacious, the varying uneven lines of the ceiling, a soffit and smaller windows made the room feel somewhat.
  • Straight Up on Dining Out | Lewnes’ Steakhouse

    An (Almost) Great Steakhouse By Christine Fillat   Lewnes’ Steakhouse has a speakeasy kind of vibe. The exterior, though tidy, is unassuming, sitting on 4th Street and Severn Avenue in an Eastport neighborhood populated with lots of other eateries. You enter through a corner door into a tight bar where you could easily while away the hours with a cocktail and some new-found friends, watching the Orioles try to win a ball game. There is.
  • 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.

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