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Designer Showcases Created by Interior Designer Keith Baltimore

     

Hamptons / New York
Ronald McDonald House

Hamptons / New York
Holiday House Hampton 2016


Hamptons / New York
The 2016 Hampton Designer Showhouse

     

Bridgehampton / New York
Hampton Designer Showhouse 2015


Mill Neck / New York
Mill Neck Manor Designer Showcase 2015


Mill Neck / New York
Home is Where the Heart Is Showcase 2015
     

Lenox Hill / New York
The Designer Showhouse of New York 2014

New Hyde Park / New York
Ronald McDonald Designer Showcase 2014

Glen Cove / New York
Home is Where the Heart Is Showcase 2013
     

Hamptons / New York
The Hampton Designer Showhouse 2013


Sands Point / New York
Design Showhouse at Hempstead House 2013


Saddle River / New Jersey
The New Jersey Designer Showcase 2012
     

Bridgehampton / New York
The Hampton Designer Showcase 2011


Chestnut Manor / Upper Brookville, NY
The Chestnut Manor Designer Showcase 2011


Bedford Corners / New York
The Designer Showcase of Westchester 2011

     

The Borgias Great Room
Showtime House CASSA NYC 2010


La Selva / Upper Brookville
Designers’ Showcase 2009


Mill Neck Manor / Mill Neck
Designers’ Showcase 2008

     

Caumsett / Lloyd Harbor
Designers’ Showcase 2007


Bailey Manor / Lattingtown
Designers’ Showcase 2006


The Lindens / Muttontown
Designers’ Showcase 2005

     

Hempstead House / Sands Point
Designers’ Showcase 2004

Frost Mill Manor / Locust Valley
Decorators Showhouse 2000

Oheka Castle / Huntington
Designers’ Showcase 1998
     

 

Baltimore Design Group regularly contributes to Designers’ Showcases as laboratories to experiment with different concepts and ideas. While they may not be practical, realistic or usable, designs are innovative examples that illustrate the creative process.