We never thought it would happen, but we are moving from our brick colonial in Arlington to a post-and-beam contemporary just a mile away.
Marika Meyer describes her whirlwind master bath renovation, which replaced ’90s brass fixtures with white subway tile, Carrara marble, and polished nickel.
My former colleague at the Washington Design Center enlisted her designer friend Jenna Buck Gross of Colordrunk Designs to outfit her baby daughter’s nursery.
More exploration through The Hague, Netherlands, which just hosted its third annual design festival in May: The Festival Design Kwartier.
A trip to Amsterdam included a jaunt out to The Hague, where it held its annual design festival celebrating Dutch design, art, textiles, ceramics and furnishings.
Hello again! Apologies for the two weeks of radio silence—I’ve been traveling a great deal, both to my college reunion and then on a fabulous trip with my sister to Amsterdam (more on that in an upcoming post). As I settle back into DC and adjust to Eastern Standard Time, I’m happy to pass along the […]
A selection of some memorable rooms from this year’s showhouse, including Suzanne Kasler, Alex Papachristis, Kati Curtis and Timothy Whealon. It’s worth a trip to NY!
From floor plan to fabric board to the full installation, this master bedroom in McLean makes a beautiful debut, thanks to designer Melanie Whittington