In this apartment, the renter was not allowed to paint the walls, so color was brought in through funky art, bright midcentury-modern chairs, and pretty patterned throw pillows and curtains. The orange shag rug and sleek glass coffee table define the seating area.
The state of Maryland and its flag, Black Eyed Susans, a Baltimore Oriole (the state bird) and newly elected Governor Larry Hogan are honored in this intricate corn maze design at Lawyer’s Farm in Thurmont, Maryland.
In Potomac, Maryland, this custom home makes a memorable first impression with a circular driveway wrapping around a fountain and a noble arched front door. The home itself encompasses over 13,000 square feet with five bedrooms.
The exterior of this 5-bedroom, 7-bathroom home in Potomac, Maryland is grand enough. But wait until you peek inside. There's a cathedral-like foyer, marble floors and a lavish atrium with a wading pool!
Maryland pool builders Aqua 74 convert the figure-8 pool into a rectangular pool with pebble interior and travertine decking. A vanishing edge is introduced, creating a seamless transition to the backyard and lake beyond. All this for an approximate budget of $100,000.
A striking peacock blue accent wall and bold ikat bedding form a pleasing mix with chocolate brown furnishings and window treatments in this Maryland bedroom. The play of patterns on the bed and windows adds personality and interest to the small space.
Relax with a cup of tea made from deliciously fragrant lavender flowers. Although studies have been small and limited, research at the University of Maryland Medical Center suggests that lavender tea may help relieve insomnia and stress, among other conditions.
Previously, this Maryland Ranch home had been closed in and traditional, but designers chose to update the home's spaces with a neutral color palette and an open concept design that helps each space transition seamlessly into the next.