There’s no end to the artistic talent that abounds in DC. Here, we feature Stacey Tranter’s wallpapers, Dagmara Weinberg’s photography, and Dwight Douglas’ accent tables.
The DC Design House won’t be until this fall, so go to Atlanta this spring to see Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles’ Southeastern Showhouse.
This home and garden tour, to be held April 30, includes four homes in Arlington that have been dramatically transformed by noted local architects.
Erin Paige Pitts, whose main business is on Gibson Island, has set up a new home and office in Delray Beach, Florida. This is the beautiful result.
This DC-based architect describes how his ultra modern designs are strongly rooted in classical tradition.
Allie Mann transformed a disjointed, 50s-era Falls Church basement into a sleek, mid-century inspired lounge, featuring a glowing, glass-enclosed wine room.
The annual tour marks its 85th year benefitting St. John’s Episcopal Church on April 23. Here’s a peek at one of the stops—designer Colman Riddell’s home.
Mary Drysdale turned to DC painters and photographers when she sourced artwork for a client in Kalorama, whose home is featured in this month’s Home & Design magazine.