December ABODE: On stands now!

Photo: Andrea Hubbell Photo: Andrea Hubbell

This month’s issue of Abode is available now. Here’s what you’ll find inside:

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This month’s featured house

Photo: Andrea Hubbell
Photo: Andrea Hubbell

With plenty of design elements left from their city home’s previous owner, Holly and Kevin Davis called in Kathleen Conroy of Kenny Ball Design to meld their own style with the existing one. Conroy had insight—she’d helped the prior homeowner with the design the first time around.

 

This month’s featured landscape

 

Terrace steps lined with Virginia creeper lead to the lawn at the south side of the house. Photo: Virginia Hamrick
Photo: Virginia Hamrick

For landscape architect Joan Albiston, designing the grounds of this Fluvanna County house meant meeting a few challenges, like how to create defined areas in a large swath of hilltop, or work around a detached garage on the property or even dress up the long walk from guest parking to the house.

 

 

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