BY KYMBERLY TAYLOR | PHOTOGRAPHY BY GEOFFREY HODGDON Every home has its own special voice that pervades long after its owners have gone. The homeowners purchased the 1940s rambler on Gibson Island last year as a second home.
By Jeanne Blackburn Photography by Anice Hoachlander, Hoachlander Davis Photography LLC Aerial Photography by Gordon Campbell, at Altitude Gallery The term “Tidewater Manor” is often tossed around, but how are authentic ones defined? Architect Anthony “Ankie” Barnes certainly
Below you will see the winning projects, determined by independent judges, of the biennial Annapolis Home Builder and Fine Design Awards. Read on and discover the exceptional design and custom building talent in the greater Annapolis area.
By Kymberly Taylor “… and there is pansies, that’s for thoughts.” – William Shakespeare from Hamlet As January slumbers on, most of our gardens are quiet—even bare—locked in winter’s somber embrace. When looking at stark branches and frozen ground,
By Jeanne Blackburn | Photography courtesy Jacobsen Architecture Professionals involved in the ‘spy business’ are not often associated with bright, sun-lit spaces. So it’s rather surprising that a couple of long-time government employees with a background in intelligence,
A Foyer that tells a Story By Katalin Farnady | Photography by Ron Blunt Interior design, the specialized profession devoted to creating and enhancing living space, often involves conceptual development, space planning, and the selection of furnishings, fabrics, cabinetry,