Masthead header

Tag Archives: Lyndon Heath Cabinetry

Published: HOME&DESIGN

It was my last photo shoot before I left on maternity leave in 2013. The kitchen that I had the honor to photographed was completely transformed by designer Jay Jenkins of Jenkins Baer Associates. Jay worked with the Baltimore homeowners to update their home starting with the kitchen. Jay turned the traditional kitchen into a […]

View full post »

Lyndon Heath Cabinetry: new website

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 […]

View full post »

Lyndon Heath Cabinetry and Jenkins Baer Assoicates: Park Heights Avenue Residence

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 […]

View full post »

Lyndon Heath Cabinetry: Northwest DC Residence

This was my second to last interior photo shoot with Lyndon this year. I have been so thankful that I have been able to photograph his cabinetry and that we are able to work together as a team. I would have never guessed we would work together when we were first married. Now it’s my […]

View full post »

Lyndon Heath Cabinetry: Warrington Residence The Study

Dark rich paneling, shelves filled with collected books, and exclusive artwork displayed on the walls create an elegant style and atmosphere perfect for a custom Study. Lyndon Sentz of Lyndon Heath Cabinetry collaborated with Alexander Baer founder of Jenkins Baer Associates to design and build this custom Study. Alexander Baer is a design legend in […]

View full post »