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This was a cover photo from a feature on this residence in Washington Spaces Magazine. The custom hand painted floor cloth mimics pattern centered on each chair. Holly Hunt Bridle light fixture provides light and visual interest without obstructing the view of these Virginia mountains. / Warrenton Breakfast Room
This contemporary living room of a waterfront penthouse in Georgetown overlooking the Key Bridge was also featured on the cover of Washington Spaces Magazine. A custom cut and colored area rug anchors the understated furniture. Pops of color are found in the accessories and the client's extensive art collection. / Georgetown Penthouse
The use of paint helps define this room with high ceilings. Decorative painting mimics wall covering. Custom drapery and furniture in unexpected colors make this room pop. / Fairfax Famly Room
The venetian plaster in this dark orange color bring depth and richness to this octagonal dining room. Unstructured silk drapery in dark colors lend a softness without overpowering the space. / Bethesda Dining Room
A soft color pallet and a variety of textures bring unity to this large living room. Lots of seating in various finishes create an elegant, yet comfortable space for entertaining. / Warrenton Living Room