This traditional Baltimore City brick home sports all the custom trim, staircases and flooring of an affluent neighborhood established in 1924. The homeowners desired to place their own touch on this canvas and with the help of Owings Design/Build services worked with architect, Laurie Stubb of Place Architecture in planning the interior remodel. All three floors were incorporated in the design, which included the master bath, bedroom, guest room, hall bath, first floor hall, dining room, kitchen, powder room, mud room and basement.
The two-tone kitchen chosen from Koch Cabinets and honed black granite from Rock Tops offers a wonderful contrast. All new GE Monogram stainless steel appliances update this kitchen, along with a built in bar area, great for entertaining.
The work product meets and exceeds my expectations. To say we are happy is a gross understatement.Tim P.
The hall bath was remodeled with a claw foot tub and black and white ceramic tile which is indicative of Baltimore homes in that era. The master bath was given a fun, colorful face-lift with a walk in shower, new vanities from Koch and ceramic tile from Chesapeake Tile, sure to make your day begin bright!