Master Bathroom Dreaming

Because we just can’t get enough, we’re embarking on our next home reno project with Aidan Design: A new master bathroom.

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My Reno Reveal in Washingtonian

Yes, it’s pricey, but here’s all the renovation work that $140,000 will buy you in a home in Arlington, Virginia. Hint: The kitchen was responsible for most of it!

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The Shade Store Reveal

Finally, our draperies and Roman shades from The Shade Store have been installed in the master bedroom. And what a difference they make!

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Room Refresh with Layla Grayce

A new rug by Dash & Albert through Layla Grayce has spurred me on to spruce up my new home office.

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Our Powder Room Makeover

The long, narrow powder room just inside our front door is sad and dreary. It’s about to get a major facelift.

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The Power of Paint (or Stain!)

That old saying proves true every. single. time. It’s the power of paint! Or in this case, stain for our new home’s wood siding.

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Thoughts on Customer Service

Notes to consider on home renovation and kitchen design: A bad experience with one supplier leads one to appreciate how great all the other ones are.

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New House, New Style, New Challenge

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.

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