For the past several months, I have been working on a project called the All-American House, sponsored by MADE: In America which works to promote American made goods. This year’s All-American House was the Carroll Museums in Baltimore, a 18th century townhouse once owned by the last living signer of the Declaration of Independence.
The rooms of the Carroll Mansion were redesigned and furnished with iconic pieces from MADE: In America award-winning companies to showcase the new look in American design. Each piece will carry a Certificate of Authenticity verifying that it was featured in theAll American House 2016.
Now that the three month All-American House exhibition is coming to an end, many of the selected pieces are being offered to the public at greatly-reduced prices. The sale will benefit the programs at the Carroll Museums and MADE: In America.
Interested buyers are invited to the Carroll Mansion at 800 E. Lombard Street during regular open hours starting Friday, July 1 at 2pm through Sunday, July 10, 2016 to view and purchase pieces, which will be sold on a first-come, first-served basis.
A complete list of items with prices is available on-site or for PDF download. Admission fees will be deducted from any purchase made from July 1 to July 10.
This has been a great project and I’ve been delighted to be a part of it. Hope you can come and get a great bargain!