Charlene Petersen gives a Baltimore condo-based couple the perfect rustic-meets-regal getaway for weekends and entertaining.
A promising design project always presents a puzzle at the beginning: a mishmash of elements until the perfect colors and shapes…MORE
Chef Cindy Wolf invites STYLE in for a first look at her new château-inspired home kitchen
Photography by David Stuck Cindy Wolf is, well, fired up about her fireplace. The fieldstone beauty wasn’t part of the early vision of her new kitchen,…MORE
Designer Erin Paige Pitts creates a serene homestead for her brood on Gibson Island.
Ten months is record time for building and furnishing a home from scratch. Designer Erin Paige Pitts accomplished the feat after dismantling a cottage on-site to…MORE
An Annapolis couple gives new meaning to the term turnkey by buying a peaceful waterfront home—and all the furnishings and art inside it.
It must have been kismet. When the new homeowners of this waterfront Annapolis townhouse were looking to move from the Eastern Shore to the capital city…MORE
Baltimore design guru Stephanie Bradshaw selects four fashionable new trends for the home—and reveals her sources for buying them.
RUNWAY TO REAL LIFE. We’ve heard the phrase many times. But fashion trends are far more reaching than your favorite boutique. Couture details are popping up…MORE
The Bachelor Pad
Elizabeth Reich takes the measure of a man—designing his new digs right down to the extra-long sofa he requested for napping.
Few men are hands-on when it comes to interior design. You can’t blame them. The process has so many moving parts, and there are football games…MORE
Simple Chic Holidays
Event stylist and graphic designer Jennifer Walter, of Fold Invites, invited Baltimore STYLE into her lovely Baltimore County home for the holidays. Check out her delightful…MORE
Three designer kitchens with great taste.
Kitchen trends come and go, but the best ones have a practical edge that endures. In late fall, when the approaching holidays present the best reason…MORE
Splash of Color
A Baltimore interior designer uses the hues of sand and surf to decorate a family vacation home in Rehoboth Beach.
In 2010, Stuart Rodgers and her husband, Tim, owner of Hill & Co. Realtors, set out to find a home where they and their six grown…MORE
Designer carey jacobs’ hunt valley farmhouse combines tradition with modern conveniences— and a few playful twists.
Visitors to Carey Jacobs’ home often tell her, “Your house is very un-Baltimore.” At first, Jacobs, who was raised in Hanover, Pa., wasn’t sure what they…MORE
Interior designer Amanda Austin’s Federal Hill house is full of natural elements and vivid colors that reflect her personality.
In the foyer of Amanda Austin’s rowhouse in Federal Hill hangs an unusual bell jar chandelier depicting a nature scene— a bird perched on a branch—…MORE
A Baltimore City couple trades in a high-rise condo for a little slice of heaven in horse country.
Steve and Bonsal Brown wanted solitude. Room to breathe. High ceilings and horse country. So in 2007 they left their condo in a Baltimore City high-rise…MORE
This roomy beach house in Stone Harbor, N.J., has more colors than an abalone shell— but is far more homey.
It all started with a rug. On one rainy day in New York City in 2010, interior designers Cinnie May and Rachel Pohlner of JBM Designs…MORE
A Family Afloat
For more than 50 years, a wooden houseboat moored in the Gibson Island harbor has served as this Baltimore clan’s summer retreat.
The Boykins are privileged to have kept waterfront property on Gibson Island in the family for generations. However, their little slice of paradise is rather unique.…MORE
Organic materials bring simple charm— and relief from the ordinary— to a Baltimore County Arts and Crafts-style home.
Typical tends to become boring quickly, so when planning the construction of their new house, this Baltimore County couple knew they wanted to change up things…MORE
A Clean Slate
At Silo Point, a loft with a view is transformed into a refreshing urban oasis.
When Adam and Dana Pariante decided to take the leap from New York to Baltimore, they wanted a living space that would re-create the urban atmosphere…MORE