A Baltimore Loft Full of Art & Light

published Jul 5, 2016
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Name: Nicole & Dave
Location: Baltimore, Maryland

Nicole and Dave are an artist and designer couple who discovered this hidden 900 square foot gem nestled in South Baltimore. Previously a box factory, the industrial-chic apartment boasts one bedroom, one bathroom and a studio with high ceilings and plenty of natural light.

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The space was furnished with modern pieces and a growing art collection that play off of the bold window lines and brick work. An array of succulents add vibrancy to the environment and absolutely flourish. The greatest addition to our home came in the form of a DIY accent wall.

(Image credit: Submitted by Nicole & Dave)
(Image credit: Submitted by Nicole & Dave)

The television is often a major focal point in the living room. Our goal was to make Nicole’s paintings more prominent in the space but still have the option of using a TV. Leveraging existing structures in the apartment we developed a sliding door and track solution. That way we could hide the TV, internet, cables, wires and an obnoxiously placed thermostat while celebrating the artwork.

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The apartment embodies everything that we have come to love about Baltimore: industrial warehouses, close knit neighborhoods, and an inspiring view of a city that supports our creative lifestyles.

Thanks, Nicole & Dave !

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