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Gibson Island Waterfront Renovation

Anne Arundel County Whole House Remodel

This waterfront home is situated over-looking the Magothy River on Gibson Island.  The whole house remodel was designed by Laurie Stubb of Place Architecture to capture views of the water and infuse the house with natural light.  The neutral palette reflects the natural light and airiness of the many windows and the various natural products selected offer interesting textured finishes.  The open floor plan creates great flow for entertaining.


This client chose reclaimed redwood from Terra Mai in “Fog” to be included in the home’s entry and the same wood was continued inside to panel an interior wall.  The existing red oak floors were refinished beautifully with a white transparent stain, adding to the light reflective quality of the house.  This contemporary home boasts a glass enclosed floating staircase with 3″ white oak treads.  The staircase leads to the lower floor to the kitchen which has breathtaking views of the river and opens to the Blue Stone patio.  Adding to the natural beauty of this lower level, a rustic sandstone tile wall was created in the dining area, adjacent to the kitchen, and has become the area’s focal point.

The master bathroom also boasts an open design with a center walk-in shower/tub area and two individual vanities by Belmont Cabinet Company and separate toilet enclosures for privacy.  The master bathroom showcases Calacatta Gold marble walls and floors and continues to include abundant natural light, offering these homeowners a relaxing retreat.

Lastly the exterior is sided in durable CertainTeed Hardi Plank cement siding with Marvin Integrity windows and doors to keep the house protected during the harsher weather.   Steel cable railings from Atlantis Rail Systems grace the balconies and “look-out point” patio to add to the contemporary look and feel of this amazing waterfront home, as well as, the easy maintenance.

A breathtaking view from every room!


After the Whole House Renovation

Before the Whole House Renovation