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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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  • Top Realtors | Getting Your Home Ready to Sell: What You Need to Know

      We asked leading real estate specialists what are the most important things that a homeowner must know and do to sell their home as quickly as possible. Below you will find sound advice from professionals with years of experience and, most importantly, success in the field.   LIZ HEINSOHN Annapolis Fine Homes Office | Long & Foster Real Estate, Inc. longandfoster.com/ElizabethHeinsohn Your home must be appropriately priced and in pristine condition. Today’s buyers are.
  • Pastoral Retreat in Horse Country

    By Carol Sorgen & Kymberly Taylor Interior Photography by Geoffrey Hodgdon Exterior Photography by Laura Ashbrook     The clients that own an English manor home on rolling farmland in rural Maryland turned to Interior Concepts for help with its interior design. They also needed a design vision for the accessory buildings on their property. In particular, they wanted to remodel the adjacent pool house so it could serve as a guesthouse for visiting family,.
  • On Leave

    By Carol Sorgen  |  Photography by Geoffrey Hodgdon   Photo courtesy of Burr Yacht Sales.   Winning the Kentucky Derby is a once in a lifetime occasion. However, when this prize-winning horseman isn’t checking on his racehorses in northern Baltimore County, you’re more than likely to find him on his brand-new 78' Fleming yacht aptly named On Leave. Working closely with interior designer Christine Roney, owner of Yacht Interiors of Annapolis, and project manager Michael.
  • Vintage Photography Enlivens an Office

    By Kymberly Taylor  |  Photography by Geoffrey Hodgdon     The art one sees in most offices is uninspired and safe. Landscape paintings are careful not to offend, pictures of flower-filled vases never demand a second look, or prints of hounds leaping fences in the English countryside are pleasant in a distant kind of way. And what about the ubiquitous paintings or photographs of the Chesapeake Bay sunset—often beautiful but alas, a cliché. However, boring.
  • French Country-Style Maison on South River

    By Christine Fillat  |  Photography by David Burroughs     Those purchasing a waterfront home know that sometimes one must seize the moment. This is the case of a couple that bought a one-story 1950s home on a tributary of the South River in Annapolis in 2008. Its charms were submerged, to be sure, but the breeze was fresh and location superb. They lived there for five years until the homeowner knew exactly what she.
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    Design Talk | All In for Red

    the great fashion designer bill blass famously advises, “When in doubt, wear red!” By Julie Bass  |  Photography by Geoffrey Hodgdon     Red is dramatic. It’s vibrant. It’s charismatic. Red…. Is…. Confidence. Indeed, it takes a certain amount of courage to use red in home décor, especially on the walls. Most people are somewhat intimidated to take that bold step, so to add energy and visual interest, but keep risk to a minimum, I.
  • At Home with Annapolis Symphony Conductor José-Luis Novo

    By Kymberly Taylor  |  Photography by Tony J. Lewis     Annapolis Home caught up with José-Luis Novo, the music director and conductor of the Annapolis Symphony Orchestra. Because of his low-key demeanor offstage, you would never know about his stellar path. Born in Valladolid, Spain, he excelled as a young musician, obtaining the degree of Profesor Superior de Violín with honors in solfege, harmony, and violin. He arrived in the United States in 1988.
  • City Dock Named Endangered Historic Site

    EDITORIAL City Dock, Annapolis As we worked on this issue, we learned that The National Trust for Historic Preservation recently named Annapolis City Dock area as one of the eleven most endangered, one-of-a kind historic places in America. Instead of our usual Publishers’ Letter, we are sharing with Annapolis Home readers the concerns the Trust and other historic organizations have raised. The Trust makes clear that Annapolis is significant to the nation. The Trust states:.
  • Robert’s Picks | July/August 2018

      1. If you love the sea and sailing, as well as painting, you will want to see the exhibition, Water, Wind, and Waves: Marine Paintings from the Dutch Golden Age, now at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C. According to the Gallery, during the seventeenth century the Dutch became “leaders in marine travel, transport, commerce, and security as their massive cargo carriers and warships traversed oceans and their small vessels and fishing.
  • Shingle-Style Home on the Magothy River

    By Kymberly Taylor Exterior Photography by Alexander Marr | Interior Photography by Lee Kriel     Architecture and interior design can change your perception, inside an entire home, or a single room. Landscape architecture can shape how and what the eye beholds. At its finest, custom building becomes a craft, a study in beauty and form. When these artistic mediums are harnessed and work in tandem, a force is created—a home of intention comes into.

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