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A renovated rowhome for a newlywed couple in downtown Baltimore. When I was brought onto this project the entire house was gutted and gave us complete freedom to be creative with the design! With tight spaces in a rowhome, the floor plans we're tricky but we came up with a more functional and cozy home for these newlyweds. Focusing on the Kitchen and Bathrooms we came up with a neutral paint pallet and great mix of materials to create this transitional style.

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Remember these Before photos?!?! I think the After photos speak for them!! Creating a neutral color palette and simple design for this bathroom was all this space needed. The black & white color scheme, brushed nickel fixtures, clean white vanity and modern sconces were the perfect details to make this renovation complete!


The classic design for this Master Bathroom is simple but stunning. I mean that decorative it amazing or what?! You don't need much more when you have tile like that. The monochromatic color scheme with the grayish purple wall color makes such a great combination. Looking at the before picture, you will see how the space plan alteration makes so much more sense and functions much better. This bathroom sure is so fresh and so clean clean!



When you have a dark bathroom that’s a little too cozy, there’s nothing you wish for more than a serene spa retreat. Despite the challenge of the steep angled ceiling in this bathroom, we were able to transform it into an open and airy space with a few key design choices. Some of the most crucial design elements in this bath are: the wall mounted sink that flows seamlessly with expanded cabinets, glass shower doors to keep the space feeling larger, and switching to double entry doors that swing out in order to preserve every inch of usable space. This room evokes calm beach vibes thanks to the color pallet and beautiful capiz shell sconces. Never underestimate the power of a great light fixture. Each part of this bathroom was strategically planned out to create this peaceful retreat.

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Sometimes "less is more", and this beautiful house is just that! This custom built home was a fun project from start to finish. From selecting all the finishes in the home- flooring, paint colors, kitchen cabinets, etc. to selecting accessories to finish the spaces, all rooms in this open concept tied together so perfectly.



In this Baltimore rowhome, we kept the industrial feel of the home with adding classic features. With such a small area you have to get creative with the design. We did that with the two tone cabinetry with opposite finishes on the island to create a design balance but a different approach to kitchen design. New black hardware, faucet and an industrial light fixture helped tie in the industrial style of the exposed HVAC duct. Also, a classic herringbone pattern for the back splash is the perfect finishing touch to compliment the quartz countertop. This may be a small kitchen but it sure is beautiful!


When designing a space you always want it to be beautiful, but more importantly it’s about being comfortable and wanting to enjoy that space every day. Yes, wouldn’t it be nice for everyone to live in a magazine cover design daily? When designing for a family, other things become more important when you have little ones running around. This particular family we got to create a dining & living room that not only is beautiful but also family friendly! 

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This industrial bachelor pad is a great home to my client and his adorable dog! The many great design features of this pad include industrial lighting, darker finishes, metallic pops, and yes, crocodile textures! The masculine touches and cozy feel is the perfect combination for the ultimate bachelor pad.


Bringing a little bit of Baltimore City feel to a cozy Frederick townhome! A clean & modern Living & Dining Room with a neutral palette and a "pop" of red sophistication.

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This Guest and Master Bath are coordinating bathrooms but each have their own charm! Both of these bathrooms were complete renovations- space plan, bathroom fixtures, tile selection, tile design, paint, vanities, lighting, and accessories! The neutral color schemes were perfect for both these bathrooms. Then the unique mirrors, lighting and vanities are what create these spaces!


Sometimes you can be indecisive on what to buy to complete your spaces. What started as a Kitchen paint consultation later inspired us to design the adjoining Living Room. For this space we combined existing pieces with just the right accessories & furniture to complete the design! Being a young professional, we still made this space beautiful on a budget.

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