Home & Design

May/June 2009

Modern Appeal

The owners of a DC rambler wanted to transform their small, outdated 1950s kitchen into a large, open space full of light—contemporary but not cold. They called on Design Studio […]

Cachet- French Connection

  Yves Delorme has opened a concept store in Bethesda’s Wildwood Shopping Center that marries its signature textiles and linens with furniture, lighting and decorative objects by French manufacturer Mis […]

Private Tour- A Subtle Sense of Style

  Private Tour- A Subtle Sense of Style On a bleak morning in February, the living room in the Chevy Chase, Maryland, home of U.S. Senator Kit Bond and Linda […]

A Neutral Palette

  A Potomac couple liked the size of their master bath, but not much else about it. An outdated look, crowded vanities and a claustrophobic shower made the room both […]

Extreme Makeover

May/June 2009 When Lisa and Dave Schertler purchased their classic 1930s brick Colonial in the Kalorama neighborhood of Washington, DC, it was missing a key ingredient. With two small children […]

An Eco-Centric Plan

  An Eco-Centric Plan Many local builders talk about green construction these days. But few are tackling the movement with the gusto of Gary Nash. The Nash Construction president got […]

Water View

  Good working relationships make all the difference in landscape design, so when Annapolis builder Bret Anderson of Pyramid Builders began work on his own house on the water, he […]

Art Studio- An Artist's Enclave

Art Studio- An Artist's Enclave Clustered near Route 1 in Mount Rainier, Maryland, a series of ordinary cinderblock buildings gives little hint of the creative talent at work inside. Attracted […]

Au Naturel

  Au Naturel Building green should no longer be the exception but the rule, according to Yuri Sagatov of Sagatov Homes. “It is simply fundamental building science,” he says. “It’s […]

Garden Splendor

  Older gardens can become outmoded quickly; the four-acre property surrounding an 1880s Baltimore home is a case in point. Chapel Valley has been working on this garden for many […]

Indulgences - Food

  Indulgences - Food Surf and Turf Bourbon Steak recently debuted at the Four Seasons Hotel in Georgetown. Chef Michael Mina is known for his slow-poaching method of cooking meat, […]

Nature's Way

  When they were ready to renovate the master bath of their secluded home in the woods, a  Potomac couple decided to bring the outdoors in. They enlisted Carnemark systems […]

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