Home & Design

May/June 2017

Lush Landscapes Provençe Style

Lush Landscapes Provençe Style Entrusted by long-time clients to design the grounds surrounding their new custom home in McLean, Charles Owen faced a dilemma in the backyard. “We started with […]

Ode To Nature

Ode To Nature In 2014, a tree toppled onto the back of a home in Northwest DC. A beloved addition housing the kitchen was badly damaged—windows were broken, the roof […]

Nordic Style

Nordic Style The potent trifecta of character, greenery, and location lured a couple to DC’s picturesque Cleveland Park in 2007. “We’re both native Washingtonians and have always enjoyed the cozy charms […]

Lush Landscapes River's Edge

Lush Landscapes River's Edge Set on the Wye River on Maryland’s Eastern Shore, a white, clapboard home comprised of peaked, gabled forms stood in stark relief against a bare, empty […]

Color + Contrast

Color + Contrast At first, there was only supposed be an addition. “We chose the house knowing it was too small,” says Kristin Handwerger of the Wesley Heights home she […]

Cottage Chic

Cottage Chic Downsizing can be a good thing—especially when the transition is seamless, as it was for a McLean, Virginia, homeowner and her five-year-old son. It helped that her interior […]

Modern Twist

Modern Twist After their second child was born, George and Rima Bitar realized they’d outgrown their home and decided to search for a larger, move-in-ready residence. But two years later […]

Chef’s Paradise

Chef’s Paradise Historic Cleveland Park is known for its inviting pastiche of Victorians. But nestled into the mix, a cluster of contemporary-style homes designed in the 1970s by the late […]

Rustic Retreat

Rustic Retreat On a trek through rural Loudoun County, a curvy one-lane road dotted with horse farms splits off to a mile-long drive. Meandering past vineyards and a pond, guests […]

All In The Details

All In The Details Of the 50,000 fabrics on the market today, each one may react differently when hung at a window—a fact noted with unruffled professionalism by Gretchen Everett, […]

Expert Advice Garden Variety

Expert Advice Garden Variety All good landscapes are the artful balance of soft and hardscape,” observes Chris Cahill, principal of Botanical Decorators in Olney, Maryland. In fact, a harmonious material palette […]

Bazaar: Al Fresco Living

NAUTICAL VIBE  The classic tub chair design gets a makeover with Serena & Lily’s Outdoor Riviera Chair. Made of weatherproof woven plastic covering a powder-coated aluminum frame, it sports a […]

Cachet Color Your Mood

Cachet Color Your Mood Lori Weitzner’s Ode to Color (Harper Design, New York, New York, 2016; $50) is no ordinary decorating primer. Rather, the book initiates a sensory journey so […]

Design Scene

Design Scene At a gala event on February 18, held at the Pooks Hill Marriott in Bethesda, the National Association of the Remodeling Industry (NARI) Metro DC Chapter announced the […]

Indulgences Food

Indulgences Food TENPENH REVIVAL  Chef Jeff Tunks’s pan-Asian TenPenh, which sadly departed DC in 2012, has made a comeback. Designed by Gensler, its new Tysons Corner location was inspired by […]

Indulgences Travel

Indulgences Travel OLD CITY ENCLAVE  In the heart of Lisbon’s medieval quarter, the Memmo Alfama makes an ideal base for exploring the capital’s historic sites and night spots. The 42-room […]

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