This apartment is located in Baltimore in a former convent converted into residential space. Eric Duncan is the owner of this Baltimore apartment and shared these photos and a short description. The minimalist design of Baltimore apartment is characterized by understated color scheme, empty spaces that interacts with the simple furnishing, and clean lines and surfaces, yet adding a piece of furniture that makes the scene stand out.
I recently relocated to Baltimore for work. Baltimore, in my limited exposure to the city, is fantastic about honoring its history (former cigar factories and breweries that are now residences, for instance), and I happened to find a former convent that has been converted into apartments. Each of the ten apartments in the building is unique, but I happen to think mine is the most spectacular: high tin ceilings, white painted floors (due to a previous contractor’s mistake), and a massive white painted chandelier that hangs above the living room. The space itself is relatively small with a lofted bedroom, so I’ve tried to keep my decor on the minimal side with bright color accents to make the rooms more lively. I’m an art enthusiast, and although the lack of useable wall space means that most of my collection is in storage (or loaned to friends), I’ve got a collection of work up that I’m in love with right now.