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Baltimore Symphony show house returns at 200-year-old stone farmhouse

Baltimore Symphony show house returns at 200-year-old stone farmhouse

After a one-year hiatus, the Baltimore Symphony Associates Decorators' Show House is back, featuring the creativity of more than two dozen designers who have applied their talents to a 200-year-old stone farmhouse in Timonium.

From April 30 through May 21, visitors can tour the 20 transformed spaces of the Mayfair mansion, a house built in 1812 for a member of the Cockey family, for whom Cockeysville is named.

Drawing inspiration from the three-story rustic home, area designers have peppered rooms with an eclectic mix of traditional and modern furnishings. The spaces in the show house range from the elegant living room designed around a baby grand piano to a third-floor alcove...

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