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A Colorful Mix

A Colorful Mix Deborah Wiener helped her clients furnish their newly renovated home. Joey Sloter knew that she would be working with a designer as she began the second renovation […]

Suite Serenity

Suite Serenity In the revamped master bathroom, a new tub surround in a multi-hued mosaic by Bisazza creates a spa effect. Seven years ago, a family with three children moved […]

A Washington Gem Restored

A Washington Gem Restored An anteroom leads into the foyer, where new marble and honed black-granite tiles replicate the room's original black-and-white painted concrete floor. In Washington, buying a former […]

A New Perspective

A New Perspective Andy Warhol's portrait of Mao presides over an antique French mantel in the double-height living room, a blast of color in an otherwise muted environment of serene […]

A Modern Shift

A Modern Shift A new stainless-steel door flanked by bands of clear and frosted glass, new stainless-steel railings and Achille Castiglion's Taraxaum chandelier set a decidedly modern tone in the […]

Tailored to Fit

Tailored to Fit In the new makeover, banks of windows along the rear of the home open it up to garden views. Joe and Nancy Garcia purchased their 1970s traditional […]

Ahead of the Curve

Ahead of the Curve The cabinets and glass doors are curved. The toughest challenge facing the design team in this kitchen renovation was undoing an unfortunate 1980s addition. The addition, […]

A Fruitful Renovation

A Fruitful Renovation In the hallway leading to the basement space, Andre Sabbagh created a new cove ceiling covered in Venetian plaster. It all started when a light fixture over […]

A House in the Country

A House in the Country Interior designer Alice Busch infused the home with a southern European influence. “Farther west,” homeowner Margaret Kay kept insisting. “I wanted to be farther west […]

A Sense of Proportion

A Sense of Proportion January/February 2007 In front of the Colonial façade, a sleek modern bench by artisan Douglas Thayer. Moving into a new house often marks the end of […]

Show Stopper

Show Stopper Ayrlawn, a Georgian mansion in Potomac, was site of the 2006 NSO Show House. HOME & DESIGN was one of the 2006 sponsors of the annual National Symphony […]

Living in Harmony

Living in Harmony Interior designers Ricardo Ramos and Sheree Friedman.  When Stacy Mendler and her family moved to their new home in McLean, she turned to Studio Nuovo partners Sheree […]

A Change Artist

A Change Artist Santa-Cruz counters the original oak paneling with mid-century-modern furnishings and a shag rug in the vestibule.  There are times when an interior designer needs to play the […]

Playing with Color

Playing with Color In the high-impact living room, interior designer Justine Sancho punched up neutral walls, floors and furnishings with a pair of stools in cinnabar velvet. When a successful […]

Home, At Last

Home, At Last In the dramatic entry foyer, a niche displaying a sculpture was painted by Buon Fresco with a highly polished Venetian plaster resembling porcelain.There's an uneasy paradox surrounding […]

A House Created

To achieve an Old World European style, Arlene Critzos chose a combination of stucco and stone with brick accents for her sprawling estate home. Lush gardens accentuate the property, along […]

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