When LOVE is present between a couple it makes capturing their wedding a true celebration!
Their love was celebrated!
After a year of planning, discussing, designing, and photographing projects I am filled with excitement to announce that Lyndon Heath Cabinetry has a new website! This project has been brought to life through Lyndon’s vision to reflect his custom cabinetry company, the detail of his craftsmanship, the process his clients will experience, and display current completed projects. The projects completed and photographed have been a team collaboration of the finest designers, architects, and builders that Lyndon Heath Cabinetry has the privilege of working with. We are thankful for the trust of those in the industry as well as the clients who trust Lyndon Heath Cabinetry to deliver custom cabinetry for their homes. Deb Wagner of dstripe is the person behind the scene who needs to be acknowledged and thanked for her design ability to take concepts and create this new custom website. Please take time to explore this new site! ENJOY!!!
Explore and be inspired by some of the newly completed projects.
This journey of faith has assured me that when you wait for the Lord you can be secure in the reality that He rules over all things.
November 8, 2013
20 1/4 inches
This month of October was filled with daily to do list as it was the last full month before our little boy arrives. (I know you are thinking, Jamie it’s November, but I wrote this post in October.) Things that are on my the list are the things that have been on my mind for months and just keep getting put off. You feel like when the baby is going to arrive everything stops and yet you know that this is not the reality. If we run out of something we really are only 5 minutes from a grocery store and a Target. I was trying to be prepared if he arrived early like his sister at 37 weeks. I’m now in 38 and thankful for the extra time to get a meal in the freezer, finish blogging all my photo shoots from this year, stocking the pantry, writing in his baby book (you know to be fair to the second child), and enjoying every little kick I feel. This month has seemed to go bye faster then the last, though I look forward to this November more than any other as it will mean we will sometime meet our son. We have been waiting a long time for him.
a foggy morning in Lancaster
Lunch with my girl.
The crib was set up early in October thanks to my husband and Myla.
A new part of my morning routine: raspberry leaf and nettle tea.
Apple picking at Weaver that ended with eating apple cider donuts!
My last interior photo shoot for this year ended in this newly remodeled Park Heights residence. It was the perfect way to end this year’s shooting. Jay Jenkins of Jenkins Baer invited Lyndon Sentz of Lyndon Heath Cabinetry to be a part of the design and build process for this project. The client desired to modernize their existing home. This inspiration lead to building an addition for the new kitchen as well as moving current spaces to new locations within the home to create a unity between function, layout, and design.
The final project designed by Jay is modern, clean, simple, and inviting. Being in this home was inspiring and truly beautiful seeing the all the design elements in person. The natural light flooded the Kitchen and the Great Room. These rooms are connect by two steps and create openness and a natural flow between the two rooms. The layers, colors, textures, and details in each photograph speak for themselves. Below are also photographs of the powder room, and her closet. ENJOY!!!
From the kitchen you take several steps down and enter the Great Room.
Custom built in shelves by Lyndon Heath CabinetryBelow is one last photograph looking back into the kitchen!The Powder Room: the floating vanity creates simple and clean lines.
Her closet: I love the black and white color scheme continued upstairs and the color behind each of the shelves.
Jenkins Baer Associates
24 West Chase Street
Baltimore, MD 21201