Spaces

Floating Fantasy A look inside the new Sagamore Pendry.

Interior designer Patrick Sutton calls it a once-in-a-lifetime project. For three years, Sutton and his team at Patrick Sutton Associates were immersed in the enviable task of conceptualizing and creating the look and feel of Fells Point warehouse-turned-stunning hotel Sagamore Pendry Baltimore. The overriding design scheme? Industrial luxury, but with …

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Upgrade to the county!

$1,975,000 Reisterstown Royalty Bedrooms: 6 | Baths: 8/2 | Square Feet: 9,000 Luxury announces itself straightaway in the stately brick exterior, marble flooring in the foyer and the impressive cedar staircase. The bright kitchen features a breakfast nook and overlooks the spacious family room. With at least 15 different rooms …

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Spaces Life Aquatic

The owners of this serene water garden needed a place for their pets—six red-eared turtles, one terrapin and some koi—to reside. But, of course, they also wanted something beautiful to help break up their yard, which also features a natural- looking swimming pool. “When designing a garden, we try to …

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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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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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