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Rooms With a View Ripple Effect

Rooms With a View Ripple Effect

Called upon to design a modern Annapolis home with views of the South River, Katalin Farnady sought to create a seamless dialog between the interiors and architecture and the landscape and water beyond. “Designing a house with large glass surfaces embracing a boundless water view allows lots of natural light and reflection to reach the interior,” she says. While her clients requested a “light, modern” look, she offset the almost all-white furnishings with the warm wood of the floors and the SieMatic cabinetry. Black accents add contrast and drama and a black-and-white rug evoking a ripple effect in water ties it all together.

Interior Design: Katalin Farnady, Allied Member ASID, Farnady Interiors, Annapolis, Maryland. Architecture: Chip Bohl, Bohl Architects, Annapolis, Maryland. Builder: Lundberg Builders, Stevensville, Maryland. 

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