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Published: Baltimore STYLE

This summer when the temperatures were above 100 degree I had the honor again to work along side Amanda Austin of Amanda Austin Interiors. I spent two full days in this Federal Hill row house photographing each room. This row house was not any row house; it belongs to Amanda and her husband. The walls are covers with grass cloth, rooms are filled with both antique and contemporary pieces, and natural elements are found in each room. The rooms are full of color that reflect Amanda’s personality that is vibrant and bright.

One of the reasons that I love photography is being able to capture someone’s design and creativity. Amanda had a vision for a home when it was only a vacant lot. I want my images to reflect their energy and talent. My desire is that each photograph would truly reflect Amanda’s talents of mixing old and new, capturing the colors that reflect her personality, and seeing the natural elements that layer each room that reflect her organic living. I know Amanda who pays attention to details has spent hours designing and thinking about the layout of their row house, selecting colors, and purchasing furnishing to fill their home. Amanda shared that her “biggest wish for her clients is that they thrive in a home, rather then just live in a house”. This is the gift she offers each of her clients! Thank you Amanda for trusting me to capture your home, it is such an honor to work with you. Thank you Baltimore STYLE magazine for publishing Amanda’s home. You can read the full story here. ENJOY!!!

Amanda Austin Interiors

1020 S. Charles Street

Baltimore, Maryland



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