Home & Garden

Pattern Play A remodel in Severna Park sparks three creatives to repurpose in the name of celebrating an owner’s native place.

When Sarah Griswold Johnson and Lisa Sokol—the duo behind locally based Johnson/Sokol Interior Design—accepted their client’s charge to update her and her family’s getaway in the woman’s hometown of Severna Park, they expected to collaborate closely with their pal Baltimore architect Patrick Jarosinski. They planned to completely make over the …

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Points of view

Great views, gourmet kitchens and historic features: Feast your eyes on four of the city’s top homes currently on the market. $620,880 Woodsy Wonder Bedrooms: 3 | Baths: 3/1 | Square Feet: 2,480 No, this Woodberry Ave. property isn’t a show house for Ikea, although state-of-the-art features abound. It deftly …

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Size Doesn’t Matter

In the city, space is essential, whether you’re on the interstate, in an overfilled light rail car or even at home. Interior designer Elizabeth Reich, of Jenkins Baer Associates, Inc., proves this point with her Baltimore Bachelor Pad pictured above. The 820-square-foot condo doesn’t boast an expansive floor plan and …

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Bowl Season

We’re incapable of stepping inside the Store Ltd. in Cross Keys and not grabbing up 17 gorgeous things we’ve never seen anywhere else, which makes it the ideal, last-minute holiday shopping destination if you think about it—and if you exercise self-control. Need something artful and inspired for your elegant Uncle …

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Object: Metal Heart November 2015

Even though we don’t love to cook—or know how to exactly—we’re goners for this opulent copper stove from Blue Star. In fact, the whole new (OK, century-old, now retro) trend of metallic kitchenware woos us toward becoming more culinarily aware. Blue Star’s Precious Metals Collection features appliances in six finishes: …

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Family Style

When designing a living room addition for a family in the Homeland neighborhood of Baltimore, Elizabeth Cross-Beard found the harmony between coastal and traditional styles. “The architecture in that neighborhood has so much soul,” says Cross- Beard, a designer with Jenkins Baer Associates. “We wanted fresh details that were very …

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