Tips on decorating, collecting, and identifying antiques from local expert Charlene O'Malley.
After transforming her career, a decorative painter turns her talents to transforming an industrial space into a home.
Baltimore’s master gardeners are no ordinary green thumbs.
We get a read on the new Roland Park home of the Enoch Pratt Free Library’s Carla Hayden.
Auctions offer unique finds and competitive fun.
For Rent Shoes’ owner Harrison Davis’s modern-meets-worldly downtown loft.
A sneak peek at what to expect on a Roland Park house tour.
Great schools, proximity to the city, green spaces: We've broken down Charm City's most popular neighborhoods.
Dave Plunkert’s Cockeysville treehouse is the perfect kid’s retreat.
The home of the man behind AVAM’s Sideshow is as funky as the store.
We ask an expert about the market's future and pick the best neighborhoods worth a second look.
These empty nesters created a kitchen for cooks, not just looks.
Denise Galambos blends modern with traditional in her Roland Park dining room.
Nouveau Home & Interior Design relocates from Belvedere Square to downtown.
Dr. Christopher Stephens’s alluring Silo Point home office.
A former Maryland State Senator and his wife create a first-floor transformation.
Graphic designer Jeremy Martin’s DIY nursery.
The harbor-front condo home of Michael Phelps’s mother is part modern style and part memory lane.
Here are the most cost-efficient ways to get winter-ready.
Joshua Sullivan’s modern home bar.
Three meal ideas for entertaining that will take you from morning into the night.
How early is too early for holiday decorations?
Say goodnight with a memorable dessert.
Start the day off right with a filling brunch.
Gather with friends and family around the dinner table.
Local experts share their best home improvement projects for under $5,000.
Laura Mannarino, a Charm City Yoga teacher creates a sacred sanctuary.
For truly natural salad makings, try foraging for the edibles underfoot in your own backyard.
David and Brandy Dopkin decorate with style and fond memories of patriarch, Eddie.
Wedding photographer and Bayside Bride blogger Natalie Franke’s Annapolis-area studio.
Fourth annual bicycle tour visits nine Baltimore community farms and wraps up with a pool party this year.
Our picks for best services for your home and beyond.
Security-system innovations mean someone’s always watching.
Fitting a new kitchen into an old house called for making something out of nothing.
Flaunt your hometown pride with these crab-inspired pieces.
Conceptual artist Julia Kim Smith raises a family in minimalist splendor.