Home & Design

May/June 2016

Vive la France

Vive la France In 1936, France was deliberating over the purchase of a 1910 Tudor Revival mansion in Kalorama for its ambassador’s residence in the U.S. It was a difficult […]

Casual Chic

Casual Chic Ryland Witt still remembers visiting the rambler in Richmond as a seven-year-old. It was her older cousins’ house and, unlike Witt’s own home, it didn’t have a formal […]

A Classic Reborn

A Classic Reborn Just one year after Marisa Ruiz of Madrid-based Lalzada put the finishing touches on a long-time client’s DC residence, a two-alarm fire ravaged the house. Thankfully, no […]

Private Haven

Private Haven When the prospective owners of a property in Bethesda first saw the small rambler sitting awkwardly on its site, they didn’t even bother to go in before buying […]

Bazaar Fun in the Sun

Bazaar Fun in the Sun Sleek Seating  BoConcept’s Adelaide dining collection imparts modern flair both indoors and out. The chairs—with or without arms—pair eucalyptus legs with polypropylene seats; the tabletop […]

Out of the Ashes

Out of the Ashes Eric and Kristin Burka were enjoying a Friday evening at home when they noticed smoke billowing from the house next door, which was under construction. Within […]

Tasting Room

Tasting Room Like the decanting of a fine vintage, the creation of a perfect wine cellar and entertaining space cannot be rushed. After a year and a half in the […]

River Vista

Spectacular views of the Potomac River, Roosevelt Island, Key Bridge and Rosslyn beckon from a residence inside a modern brick-and-glass condominium on Georgetown’s waterfront. The scenery, however, was not as […]

Cachet On Walnut Hill

Cachet On Walnut Hill When Penney Hubbard first contacted landscape photographer Roger Foley regarding her wish to do a book about her garden, he was a little skeptical. “A lot […]

Nature's Bounty

Nature's Bounty It’s anyone’s guess who will take up residence in the White House come January. But one thing is certain: His or her china options will include hand-painted plates […]

Coastal Edge

Coastal Edge A childhood spent living on the water in Florida left an indelible mark on homeowner Dondi Dahlgaard. “It influenced me subconsciously,” she says. “I like open, airy spaces.” So […]

In Harmony

In Harmony Poised on the banks of Harness Creek near Annapolis, a once-depleted property now harbors drifts of native grasses and perennials and a dazzling pool and pool house, surrounding […]

Chef's Paradise

Chef's Paradise A sprawling home in Fairfax Station beckoned a couple in search of a kid-friendly environment for their four young children. After considering the draw of its expansive swimming pool […]

Waterfront Retreat

Waterfront Retreat A river ran through it—and how. The temptation of owning a second home on the lush banks of Little Hunting Creek—a tributary of the Potomac River in Mount Vernon, […]

New Direction

New Direction Cool light filters through 20-foot-tall windows in painter Barbara Januszkiewicz’s Arlington studio. Light falls on gray walls and gleaming pipes, on concrete floors and towering easels of gridded […]

Fitting Tribute

Fitting Tribute The National Museum of the Marine Corps first opened its doors in 2006. Designed by Fentress Architects and owned by the Marine Corps Heritage Foundation, the circular building […]

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