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The owners of this condominium in the Village of Cross Keys had one request of interior designer Richard Taylor: that this home would have the same casual, beachy feel as their Jupiter, Fla., getaway. For Taylor, this meant white would be the primary color. In order to keep the home …

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Elizabeth Liechty knew she wanted to purchase a home in Canton, mostly because of the area’s “melting pot of eclectic, down-to-earth people.” But the thought of living in one of the neighborhood’s typical narrow rowhouses wasn’t something she was willing to do. “I wanted a space I felt comfortable in,” …

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The first thing you notice when you enter the 14th-floor apartment at Highfield House is the view. The front door swings open, revealing a vista of Baltimore that is so close, so breath- taking, you feel for a moment as if teetering on a precipice. Then you gain your footing …

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Architect Brian Swanson expanded the existing space in the condo and added sophisticated, functional features such as the slot niches that appear in almost all of the rooms— creating dimension and display space for the owner’s decorative pieces. Opposite,floor-to-ceiling windows provide views of the harbor and wash the living room …

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It could be argued that the redesign of Marcy and Sid Emmer’s 16th-floor condominium in Mies van der Rohe’s 1963 building Highfield House began in the laundry room. “When we bought the condominium, I knew we would renovate,” says Marcy. “Because the laundry room was actually just a stackable washer/dryer …

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A few years back, interior designer John Anderson of Coppermine Terrace Interiors was thumbing through an issue of English Home magazine and a double-page spread caught his eye. The very formal room had orange walls and a lot of orange accents— “It looked like Halloween had exploded in there,” he …

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I realized the other day that I no longer know my friend Andy’s phone number by heart. Hard to believe, considering it wasn’t that long ago that I was calling that number several times a day. For more than a year, it held the No. 1 slot on my mental …

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Interior designer Henry Johnson had heard stories about the grand days at Baltimore’s Windy Gates, a beautifully landscaped estate that stretched the length of Lake Avenue, from Falls Road to Roland Avenue. Railroad and investment executive Joseph W. Jenkins had moved his family onto the property in the late 1880s, …

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In a bachelor pad floating high above Baltimore’s Inner Harbor, fantastic abstract works by the likes of Picasso and Chagall hang beside floor-to-ceiling windows offering stunning views of downtown. Wide-open spaces, including a vast great room with three seating areas, and an inviting kitchen, are filled with sleek furnishings and …

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