A House of Many Colors
Architecture: Bohl Architects
Photography: Tim Street-Porter
A Visual Feast in Crownsville
Interior Design: Farnady Interiors
Photography: Jennifer Hughes
Christmas in St. Michaels | Home Tour Preview
Photography: William Wilhelm



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  • A House of Many Colors

    Annapolis Architect in Mexico By Christine Fillat | Photography By Tim Street-Porter     RISING FROM THE PRIMEVAL RUINS is a regular theme for Merida, Mexico. Sixty-five million years ago, an asteroid crashed to Earth and landed here, on the Yucatan Peninsula, in the incontrovertible event that obliterated the dinosaurs. Some 3,000 years ago, the Mayan civilization prospered here only to be invaded, in the 16th century, by Spanish conquistadores, who smashed the Mayan temples..
  • A Visual Feast in Crownsville

    By Kymberly Taylor | Photography by Jennifer Hughes   Is there a home where a giant lotus, wild horses and a burnt orange ceiling studded with gold stars can coexist? Is it possible for such wonders to cohere rather than collide? The answer is yes—beneath the wand of Annapolis-based Katalin Farnady of Farnady Interiors. In this home in Crownsville, she juxtaposes textures, finishes and colors in unpredictable combinations and integrates pre-existing furnishings. Farnady, who was.
  • Christmas in St. Michaels | Home Tour Preview

    By Kymberly Taylor | Photography by William Wilhelm   Around this time of year, some of us feel exhilarated, while others admit to being a little weary, overwhelmed, even downright crazy. After all, there are feasts to prepare, presents to buy, cider to mull, homes to decorate, and perhaps even pets to buy sweaters for. Where are the elves when you really need them? With all of this going on, you may need an injection.
  • Georgian Grandeur in Murray Hill

    By Robert Haywood | Photography Courtesy of Christie’s International Real Estate   Acton Hall is one of the most important and beautifully crafted 18th-century homes in Annapolis. Homeowners Bill and Judith Kardash have preserved the Georgian mansion with great respect and care. As someone who lives with Annapolis’ colonial history every day, Bill Kardash is exceptionally qualified to serve as chairman of the Board of Trustees of Historic Annapolis. The story of Acton Hall, as.
  • At the Theater with Lucinda Merry-Browne

    By Elizabeth Heubeck | Photograph Courtesy Compass Rose Theater     Lucinda Merry-Browne, an energetic visionary, is rarely at home. Her demanding job as founding artistic director of Annapolis’ nonprofit theater, Compass Rose, keeps her on the go. When she’s not raising funds for a new building for the theater, she is directing plays where she takes pains to nurture synergy between professional actors and child-actors-in-training. Currently, the 11-year-old Compass Rose has no fixed address;.
  • Grand Finale

    By Robert C. Hruby, ASLA Photography Courtesy of Campion Hruby Landscape Architects and David Burroughs Pennisetum orientale has efflorescent seed heads, rising above aster oblongifolius ‘October Skies.’ The asters are punctuated by spent vertical flowers of Liatris spicata with the yellowing blades of an iris in the foreground.   As fall creeps in, I head back to the garden high above the Severn River to observe my favorite season. Summer seemed to drag on this.
  • Straight Up on Dining Out | Café Bretton

    A Hidden Treasure in Severna Park By Christine Fillat  |  Photography by Elizabeth Schaeffer     Café Bretton is a special getaway in Severna Park. Located on the long, meandering back road that links Baltimore and Annapolis, the cafe is a French country-style house where starched white cloths adorn the tables, paintings decorate the walls, and Frank Sinatra croons from the speakers. Affable Victor Ledezma greets us at the door. Ledezma wears many hats, including.
  • 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.

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