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Friday
Mar062015

Church conversion

You all know how much Kim and I love a church conversion and this one is so pretty. In 1961, the town congregation of Glenelg, MD reunited and formed a new church leaving this landmark 1889 building abandoned. After a decade, a local architect purchased the property and transformed the space into a residence for him and his wife, a famous potter. Forward to 2012 and the building is once again neglected. Enter Stacia Smith, founder and lead designer of  Homewood Interiors and the church is given a new life as the design studio's office and showroom. What a beautiful transformation. All the charm, all the integrity. I'm jealous. I'd love to have such a space to create. You can see some of the before and renovation pictures after the jump.

(Images 6,7,8,13 and 14 by Ashley Michelle Photgraphy.)

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Thursday
Mar052015

A book lover's dream

This is any book lover's dream - tons and tons of book storage that is far from your typical row of Ikea Billy bookcases. If I had this shelving I would spend my days scouring book stores. It is the perfect excuse. By Feldman Architecture

Thursday
Mar052015

Feldman Architecture update

Because shouldn't everyone have a swing in their 3-story high hallway? Some seriously cool spaces by San Francisco's Feldman Architecture. (More posts of their work here and here)

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Tuesday
Mar032015

Creative Renovations

Creative Renovations, making Brooklyn brownstones (and whatever else they get their hands on) spectacular. This first kitchen blows my mind. 

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Tuesday
Mar032015

Kitchen love

Those windows! The subway tile!. The lights! Love this kitchen by Christine Lane Interiors.