The properties include a gut renovation by Christian Zapatka; a historic home with an indoor pool, the City Tavern Club, and the HQ offices of prepster brand Tuckernuck. read more
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DC Designer Tricia Huntley refashions an aging Cape cottage into a chic retreat with modern charm that respects its architectural legacy.
Quinns Auction Galleries is hosting an auction this Saturday with more than 400 lots of Wedgwood pieces ranging from the mid 19th to the 21st centuries.
Marnie Oursler, a DC native and the founder of Marnie Custom Homes in Bethany Beach, talks about her work as Season 2 begins on DIY Networks’ Big Beach Builds.
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A one-night stay in Richmond’s Arts and Design District is a feast for the eyes. read more
Annie Elliott shares her nightmare-turned-dream story of the odyssey to find the perfect Chinoiserie backsplash for her new kitchen by Aidan Design and Billet Collins.
The president’s portrait has provoked some thinking about living walls—plants as a 3D replacement for wallpaper. I took a look at real versions of the painting’s backdrop—plus easier plant options for us normal people. read more
The DC Design House is closing its doors after 10 years, which has provoked so many fond memories for me as a design writer covering all its talent. read more
In its tenth year, the Architecture & Design Film Festival arrives at the National Building Museum. Read more about the program—and win a ticket to your film of choice! read more
New York designer Marshall Watson will be in DC Feb. 5-6 to discuss his captivating new book, The Art of Elegance. We got a preview. read more
This new shop on Book Hill in DC features English antiques, modern art by British artists, and UK brands such as Burleigh, Dartington Crystal, Daylesford and India Jane read more
When designers are asked to use their imagination, they have the power to amaze, and their table settings in the Washington Design Center’s showrooms do not disappoint. read more