In order to create a seamless relationship between indoors and out, though, Sutton knew he would first have to do some heavy
lifting. In conjunction with Baltimore-based Penza Bailey Architects, the designer crafted a plan to both knock down old walls
(opening up the main living area for better flow and lighting) and put up new ones (enclosing former screened-in porches on
the main and second floors).
Get the Look: The porch chairs are by Gloster. The table is by Central Station Original Interiors. The bucket is by Patrick Sutton Home.