June 30, 2016

MADE: In America

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.carroll museums  (24)

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.IMG_0279

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. IMG_0288

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.IMG_0310

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.IMG_0308

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!


  1. Wow, Meg, this is beautiful. So sophisticated.

  2. Fantastic! Carroll was also the only Catholic signer of the Declaration of Independence. As a fellow Catholic, I find his story quite interesting. I'm sure you are also aware that the Homewood mansion on the campus of Johns Hopkins University was built and lived in by the Carroll family.


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