Sroka balanced extensive dark walnut woodwork with creamy, textured neutrals in a library. Spaces are delineated for work, conversation and games, yet they all flow together. © Geoffrey Hodgdon
The vertical bands on the draperies provide definition and height to this family sitting room, where a blue-and-white palette creates a fresh, vibrant sensibility. © Geoffrey Hodgdon
Skip Sroka © Sandy Foraci

Sroka Design, Inc.

Skip Sroka balances the client’s personal taste and lifestyle with his own vast knowledge of design, art and history to create harmonious interiors meant for gracious living and entertaining.

For more than three decades, Skip Sroka has been creating inspired interiors for Washington’s elite using aesthetic understanding, technical expertise, and business acumen. Sroka’s timeless designs have been published regionally and nationally; he was named a top designer by Washingtonian and a Designer of Distinction by Home & Design and received a National Capital Business Ethics award. He designed the interiors for a 47,000-square-foot palace in Potomac, which won a John Russell Pope award from the Institute of Classical Architecture and Art. He is a popular speaker and also designs for charities.

Sroka Design, Inc.