Many of our clients want to open their kitchens to their family rooms with the goal of expanding their space without an addition. We fully support this move because additions are often expensive and don’t always pay off when it comes time to sell. 😮
"Today I'm celebrating being featured in Baltimore Real Producers’ 3️⃣0️⃣ under 3️⃣0️⃣ December edition along with 29 other badasses in this industry. To many it may just be a spread in a magazine, but to me, it is gratifying to see the hard work and sacrifices made for my business pay off.
Most importantly, thank YOU for your support and for choosing me to be your Real Estate agent! 🏡 I can't wait to keep it going and help many more achieve their real estate goals." @ashton.drummond
The Jarrod Pendant from @arteriorshome ✨
A light hand-carved wooden drum shade pendant in whitewash finish with tiny perforations for detail and texture. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
Shop more #arterior pieces at #simplivefy this weekend!
.... Baltimores curious and stunning iron pagoda. A Victorian folly of sorts, designed by Charles H Latrobe and built in 1891 it sits on the highest ground in Baltimore city's beautiful urban Patterson Park. This high spot with its view of the harbour was the look out for the war if 1812. With pools, trails, a lake, biking and walking paths it's an oasis in the middle of a busting and gentrifying area. When my parents moved to Baltimore in the 1950s they lived in an apartment facing the park. In the summer as few people had air conditioning then, they (as well as many others) took a pillow and slept in the park!!! REALLY! Ahhh less complicated times.....
That said, times may change but the park is still there and better than ever.
A Florida condo project of mine completed after a total redo. Great art, accessories and a classy eclectic mix create a striking but very comfortable space to relax in or socialize. See pic 2 for the dismal, dreary before pic!
ps: The clients just sold this in one day, cash, fully furnished. That's the power of good design.
Happy Friday! The weekend is finally here! Ideally that means settling down after a long week of strange hours, which seem to be typical when you’re running a creative business.
I wanted to take this Friday to reintroduce myself since it’s been quite a while and I’m starting a new project where you can get to know me a little better.
Here are a few fun facts about me,
• As you can tell from my feed, I’m obsessed with interiors and color.
• Most of my previous work has been in residential design, and renovation design is a real passion of mine.
• My idea of an amazing day is traveling between spaces and taking photos of cafes, bakeries, and small restaurants. This obsession has guided me toward commercial design, something I never thought I would enjoy, but I absolutely love it!
• While I don’t drink coffee, I tend to hang out with the coffee drinkers, hoping to find a place that makes amazing tea lattes.
• I will sometimes drink 5 or more cups of tea a day, and it’s water so it’s good for me, right?!
• I have been getting back into blogging lately and finally started a blog for Reidy Creative, appropriately called “The Tea”. Today I put up my first post, which I hope you’ll go check out.
• The Tea is a return to blogging for me. I was a blogger for 10 years before starting @domiciledc because I love writing. Taking a leap back into that medium has been a challenge for me time-wise but I’m committed to getting back to enjoying that creative outlet.
• My goal is to post weekly, but I’m haven’t decided on a schedule yet so sign up for email alerts.
Have a great weekend!
📸 by the talented @belleimageryportraits
9 11526 April, 2019
Did a little headshot session with @jessicacarrphoto a few weeks ago. Jessica kept it light and fun as we maneuvered around my office. Doing some re branding, website overhaul and SEO stuff (whatever that means) next. I realized I hadn’t had a new headshot in over 12 years! @jcarr_photosnaps