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A view of Baltimore Harbor.

Rooms With a View Industrial Chic

Designer JeanineTurner makes the most of Baltimore Harbor views in a waterfront condo

Rooms With a View Industrial Chic Originally a 1920s grain elevator, Baltimore’s Silo Point is now an industrial-chic high-rise condominium. Situated on Locust Point, the building takes advantage of breathtaking views of Baltimore Harbor on three sides—which was foremost in the mind of designer Jeanine Turner when she was asked to decorate one of the building’s model units. “In any room, there should be one star,” she says. “In this case, it was definitely the view.” Turner selected a soft, neutral palette of grays as a backdrop, then enlivened the space with chrome accents “that dazzle.” Textural surfaces play off contemporary furnishings in the space, which encompasses seating and dining areas.

Interior Design: Jeanine Turner, Turner Design Firm, Baltimore, Maryland. Photography: RaRah Photo.

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