For many who want the benefit of plants without the hours of work, it can be the next best thing to more traditional dirt digging.
Oliveira gives us a tour of her "perfectly imperfect" rustic log cabin, whose roots trace back to 1755.
Daria Souvorova's artistic background infuses everything she does—especially her sourdough breads and pastries, which customers can order and pick up on her porch.
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Jason Freeman's @historichomesofbaltimore offers much more than just pretty pictures.
Tiffanni Reidy uses her design skills to transform restaurants and residences into welcoming spaces.
Coastal Conversions not only builds for travel enthusiasts, but also helps nonprofits give back.
A rare opportunity to acquire one of the most spectacular properties in Baltimore.
A couple transforms a typical suburban home into a study in sustainable living.
'Tis the season for celebrations big and small.
Tortuga, Julie Bent’s neighborhood gem, is curated goodness.
Ten of the most delightful plant shops around.
Here are a few pointers on growing native plants and generally making your outdoor spaces more planet-friendly
Upscale consignment store on the border between Hampden and Roland Park continues to live up to its name.
Lisa Gaskarth’s homestead is the perfect balance of warmth and quirkiness—plus farm animals!
The Baltimore area has a ton of resources for children with disabilities and their families.
PhD candidate and fashion icon Taylor Evans’ home—much like her—is a winning package of smarts and style.
A Parkville basement might just be Baltimore’s most authentic Irish pub.
Our annual compendium of the people and places that make Charm City great.
How the B.Willow owner is working toward conservation efforts for social media’s favorite plants.
Locals let the depressed landscape areas soak up the storm.
Kuczynski takes us inside her Harwood studio—where she's repairing furniture and breaking stereotypes.
“In a year spent in survival mode, making our space beautiful felt trite,” writes Megan Isennock. “But what we’ve learned is that it’s not.”
As an ode to the impending return, we gathered housewares that highlight bugs from local shops.
A new build gives a couple a house that finally feels like them.
Champion gives us a tour of her eclectic, vintage-inspired office in Mt. Vernon.
How the pandemic housing market became the unexpected winner of 2020.
Like a lot of trends, the real-estate boom in the South Baltimore neighborhood is COVID-related.