February 25th, 2010 in Baltimore
You may not realize how close you are to Paris. You are, in fact, only as a far away as a modest cottage in Homeland. Well, “modest” isn’t really the right word, because from the moment you set foot in the black and white diamond-pattern tile foyer, you’ll understand that this home is anything but modest.
Dan Proctor and Jeffrey Hess purchased the home, their third purchase together, in pursuit of a design style that they had never tried before. Both designers by trade, they knew what they wanted, and were intent on achieving it. Here is their finished product. ...read full post →
February 24th, 2010 in Baltimore
If you ever get tired of hearing about serious design, here’s a story for you. You may not expect it from an elegant, quintessential, and prototypical rowhome near downtown Baltimore. However, what you see inside this Ednor Gardens house is something that will shock, please, and perhaps make you laugh all at once. ...read full post →
December 31st, 2009 in Baltimore
Let’s face it: Christmas is behind us now, it’s frigid cold, roads are still icy and the Ravens won’t be going to the Super Bowl. It’s okay, though, because being at home inside our Baltimore havens is a warm and cozy thing, making up for certain other cold disappointments.
Several Baltimore area residents in particular are keeping warm in their beautifully renovated kitchens. They might just inspire you to do the same.
Light & Spacious Monkton Kitchen
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