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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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  • Modern Nest

    By Tom Levine & Kymberly Taylor  |  Photography by Mitch Allen & Anice Hoachlander Why does a bird build a nest that is round? Why do our homes rely on rectangular forms? These questions arise when considering Dean and Cassidy Papadopoulos’ new home. Their story begins when they bought a thirty-five year-old house in an Annapolis neighborhood. Situated on a bluff overlooking a creek and forest, it needed an overhaul. Today, thanks to the homeowners,.
  • Pool Houses Swimming with Style

    By Sharon Lee Tegler Today’s pool houses are no longer utilitarian structures where you toss your towel before taking a dip. They are mini-retreats designed to echo the architecture of the primary home, joy, the voices of family life.   Rustic Retreat on Wye River Photography by Curtis Martin   Sherri and Larry Gott wanted to create a “gathering place” for friends and family overlooking the pool at their vacation home on the Wye River.
  • Oceanis 55: Best Sailboat in Show in Vancouver

    By Kymberly Taylor  |  Photography courtesy of Annapolis Yacht Sales Beneteaus are as indigenous to Annapolis as are sailors. It is a treat to see these sleek beauties (no matter what size) docked serenely in Back Creek or slicing through whitecaps on the Chesapeake Bay. Beneteau’s Oceanis 55 made its debut in 2013 and, with its new configuration and modern styling, has been watched closely by the sailing world ever since. Could this beamy giant.
  • Sneak Preview: The Hammond-Harwood Secret Garden Tour

     By Tom Levine  |  Photography by Geoffrey Hodgdon This Annapolis garden of David and Belinda Butler is one of fourteen gardens that will be open for the 17th annual Hammond-Harwood House Secret Garden Tour. The self-directed tour has become a much-anticipated rite of spring for serious horticultural aficionados, casual fans of gardening, and the plain old curious among us. This garden packs a big punch into a small space. The design gives the homeowners an outdoor.
  • Straight Up on Dining Out: Grapes Wine Bar: Great Food, Conviviality, and Delicious Wine

    By Christine Fillat  |  Photography courtesy of Grapes Wine Bar Have a hankering to explore the finest wines the world has to offer, have a bite to eat, and share it with friends? Consider visiting Grapes Wine Bar on Forest Drive in Annapolis. Patrick Bouculat dreamed of having an old-style wine bar like those in his native France. Using the connections he developed over his thirty years of working in the wine industry (in wholesale.
  • It All Starts with the Art

    By Tom Levine  |  Photography by Geoffrey Hodgdon   When Ernesto Santalla, a Washington, D.C.–based architect and interior designer, signed on to renovate this loft for a globe-trotting couple, he knew that the focus had to be on the couple’s collection of contemporary art. The pair spends much of their time overseas and have amassed a collection that is as international as their lives. Paintings and sculptures have roots in Great Britain, the Netherlands, and.
  • Strong Bonds on the Magothy River

    By Robert Haywood  |  Photography by David Burroughs On the Magothy River, family compounds are passed down through generations. It’s a tradition, dating back to at least the 1940s, where each compound, composed of multiple homes and outbuildings on a single piece of land, was called a “shore,” typically preceded by the owner’s first name. There are no two “shores” alike, and this is one reason why the Magothy, with its low-key charm, is a.
  • Waterfront Oasis on Broadwater

    By Robert Haywood Waterfront landscapes often serve as an extension of a home and outdoor living space where family and friends can swim, dine, and relax. For the landscape architect that challenge is to create entertainment and recreational spaces, with lovely gardens, while preserving views of the waterfront. What is now the Roche family compound began when architect Scarlett Breeding was asked to remodel a typical rancher and turn the waterfront side of the property.
  • Straight Up on Dining Out: Worth the Wait, VIN 909

    Worth the Wait VIN 909 By Christine Fillat  |  Photography courtesy of VIN 909   It is a cold night in February, mid week, and we are told a table will be available for us in about 30 to 40 minutes. This Eastport wine cafe, in a vintage Sears Roebuck cottage, always has patrons lining up for a table, since they accept no reservations. The wines are fine, and there are lots of other folks.
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    Design Talk: Framing the View

    Design Talk Framing the View By Margaret Blunt  |  Photography courtesy of Sew Beautiful   In the world of design, obstacles are merely opportunities in disguise. This maxim is especially true with window coverings. Windows are often perceived as so challenging to dress that homeowners may leave them bare. Yet, with some basic principles, you can find a solution that will complete a window of any shape or size and finish the room. When designing.

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