Baltimore Furniture Companies & Stores
Maryland Steelcase Dealer, OSI, Announces Rebranding to Hyperspace
Formerly OSI, Maryland’s Steelcase commercial furniture dealer, expands into Baltimore and Mid-Atlantic markets with a rebranding to the Hyperspace name and new website. (PRWeb July 09, 2014) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/Baltimore/commercialfurniture/prweb11995765.htm
David Klein, artist and furniture maker
Well-known Baltimore native repurposed found wood into museum-quality pieces David Klein, a well-known Baltimore artist who turned found materials into high-end pieces of furniture that captured the gritty eccentricity of his hometown, died of colon cancer June 6 at Greater Baltimore Medical Center in Towson. He was 71.
Need more storage? Hmm, might have to sleep on that
To accommodate smaller living spaces, retailers are capitalizing on furniture previously relegated to children's rooms and college dorms: the storage bed.
July 4th events around Baltimore
Looking for something to do this July 4th? Check out some of the many events going on around the region!
Confederate troops burned governor's mansion 150 years ago
The North Baltimore home of Gov. Augustus W. Bradford was burned to the ground by marauding Confederate troops 150 years ago Friday and marked the closest point that rebel troops came to entering the city during the Civil War.
Florence H. Deitz, helped found hospital
Randallstown activist was a founding force behind the establishment of the old Baltimore County General Hospital Florence H. Deitz, a Randallstown community activist who was a founder in the 1960s of the old Baltimore County General Hospital, which later became Northwest Hospital, died Monday of cancer at the Fairhaven retirement community. She was 91.
Need storage? Might have to sleep on that
Restoration Hardware’s catalogs might be getting bigger, but its furniture, if you can believe it, is shrinking. In 2012, the retailer responded to growing demand ...
BDC Selected by State as VLT Fund Manager
Today, the Baltimore Development Corporation (BDC) announced that it has been selected by the Maryland Board of Public Works as a fund manager for Maryland’s Small, Minority and Women-Owned Business Loan Fund.