Shingle-Style Home on the Magothy River
Photograph: Alexander Marr
Interior Design: Dream House Studios
Architecture: The Riegel Design Studio
Custom Builder: Riley Custom Homes & Renovations
Woodsy Retreat
Photograph: Geoffrey Hodgdon
Custom Builder: Lundberg Builders, Inc.
Reflections on a Plot of Land, High Summer
Photograph: David Burroughs
Landscape: Campion Hruby Landscape Architects

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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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  • 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.
  • Woodsy Retreat

    A Modest Summer Cabin Becomes a Year-Round Showplace on the Eastern Shore By Sarah Hagerty | Photography by Geoffrey Hodgdon It took imagination, vision and plenty of optimism for the couple to turn a barebones Centreville cabin—with single-pane windows, minimal insulation and linoleum flooring—into the home of their dreams. But for the couple who purchased it, it was love at first sight, based on one main factor: the cabin’s stellar location. The pair had been.
  • Reflections on a Plot of Land

    High Summer By Robert C. Hruby, ASLA Photography Courtesy of Campion Hruby Landscape Architects and David Burroughs Hydrangea arborescens ‘Annabelle’ is a great selection of this species, which is native to the East Coast. Tiger Swallowtail Butterflies are loving the Agastache ‘Blue Fortune’. In my last article, we discussed ways to pause and admire the nature that surrounds our homes. I have to admit that it really didn’t happen for me until very recently, after.
  • Travel | Painted Ladies by the Sea

    Discover Peace Pies & Architectural Beauty in Cape May By Kymberly Taylor The entire city of Cape May, New Jersey, is a National Historic District, with nearly 600 preserved Victorian buildings designed by notable architects such as Frank Furness, who is now recognized as one of our country’s greatest Victorian architects. High-rises are not permitted due to a strict zoning code. Adding to this visual feast are the beaches, dotted with old-fashioned life guard stands,.
  • Straight Up on Dining Out | Osteria 177

    By Christine Fillat   A cool, classy Italian lunch is a summertime delight. If you don’t have the luxury of traveling to Italy, why not have your oasis on Main Street in Annapolis? Osteria 177 will provide you with the setting and the flavors that will transport you across the Atlantic, if only for an hour or two. The clams and mussel appetizer is delicious. Small mussels and flavorful clams rest in a tomato sauce,.
  • 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.

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