April Abode: On stands now!

Photo: Stephen Barling Photo: Stephen Barling

In this month’s issue of Abode: A 1938 Ivy home and landscape, an heirloom kitchen, WillowTree Apps’ offices and more. Click through here and, below, find a digital copy of the magazine.

This month’s featured house and landscape…

Photo: Sue Gouldman
Photo: Sue Gouldman

A few renovations have helped Credenhill, a Georgian-style home in Ivy, evolve with the times—converting a garage, enlarging the kitchen and heeding to the landscape’s neglected areas, while maintaining its early 20th-century aesthetic. READ MORE HERE.

This month’s featured kitchen…

Photo: Stephen Barling
Photo: Stephen Barling


A family home for multiple generations gets a functional update that opens it up for more than just cooking. “We wanted to do the same thing everybody does,” says homeowner Meghan Murray: sit by the fire, do homework, share family meals. READ MORE HERE.

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