Vienna designer Laura Hildebrandt helps a Great Falls teenager transform her bedroom in a hip, sophisticated retreat.
Kitchen designer Jennifer Gilmer documents the redesign of a kitchen to better accentuate its Deck House architecture and highlight the koi pond and waterfall outside.
What started as an art-filled Facebook distraction from politics turned into a couple days of gorgeous posts on DC artists, many of whom were founders of the famous Washington Color School.
The perfect escape from a stressful week: A walk through the woods on a morning that delivered picture-perfect sugar snow.
Arlington Designer Suzanne Manlove decorates her basement to feature her husband’s vinyl-record collection, his bikes, and her office storage.
On the occasion of the inauguration, FotoDC is calling out to those of us who love this city to post great DC moments with the hashtag #NotASwamp.
Tyler first studied design in DC. As he prepares to appear at the Home + Remodeling Show Friday, we asked him some questions about his approach to design.
Nancy Powell turned to Bassett Furniture, West Elm, RugsUSA and HomeGoods to decorate a Warrenton, VA, office, eschewing the typical commercial brands.
Michele Mattei has chronicled great ladies who broke many glass ceilings, and her photography comes to the Cross MacKenzie Gallery in Georgetown Jan. 13 through Feb. 28.
Interior designer Byron Risdon (and DC newcomer) has already made his mark with this refreshing, family-friendly update to a Petworth dining room.
Before we forge ahead into the new year, a look back at designer guest posts, architectural illumination, luscious gardens, and just-plain-stunning interior design.
Dulles Airport architect Eero Saarinen’s son, Eric, produced an American Masters documentary exploring his father’s the architectural legacy.
The Post asked me to choose “splurge” and “save” versions of etagere designs for today’s Local Living section. Here they are, along with bonus pics and photos from our own home.
Gloria Blalock is the only DC-area designer featured in a new book out this fall: Christmas at Designers’ Homes Across America, by Katharine and Patricia McMillan.
Check out these local outlets on the last full weekend before Christmas and Hanukkah for locally made and curated gifts.
Marilyn Charity of Washington Fine Properties hired designer Jason Hodges to prepare Debra Lee’s Rock Creek home for sale at $13.5 million.
I moderated a panel discussion on modern loft design last Thursday at e-lofts in Alexandria: A case study in living, working, and doing both—all in the same building.
The authors of Farrow & Ball’s How to Decorate were in DC this fall; and for the holidays, designer Raji RM decorated the DC showroom window for DIFFA.
Finally, our draperies and Roman shades from The Shade Store have been installed in the master bedroom. And what a difference they make!
A new rug by Dash & Albert through Layla Grayce has spurred me on to spruce up my new home office.
DC designer Tracy Morris gives a dramatic facelift to a tired Logan Circle bathroom using marble, brass and frosted glass.