The scenic Baltimore Harbor skyline took center stage during a condo renovation in Canton, near the Patapsco River. Interior Concepts, Inc., created a minimalist vibe in the five-bedroom dwelling, which the owners envisioned as a flexible space where they could easily host large gatherings and relax comfortably as a couple.
Alterations were limited by the unit’s existing built-ins and open-plan structure. “We added a custom console in the great room that served as a knee wall to break up the space visually without blocking the harbor view,” explains project designer Joyce Pearl, who relied on multiple seating and lounging areas to create intimate conversation spots; luxe, tactile textiles and finishes convey warmth and visual interest.
For the dining room (pictured), Pearl and her team selected textured draperies in neutral tones that frame the view without obstructing it. A Hammerton chandelier hangs above a table and low-slung chairs by Theodore Alexander.
Interior Design: Joyce Pearl, Interior Concepts, Inc., Annapolis, Maryland.