The Washington Post just came out this morning with a great story, designer tips, photos, and video tour on the DC Design House, which you should definitely check out. I will add a couple more images here that were not contained in the story, but I’m telling you, they are nowhere near all the incredible details you will see in this huge mansion, which is so worth your $20 to see.
Basha White commissioned Keith Fritz to design a circular dining table for this space. “Round is wonderful,” Keith says. They fit more people, and they’re more egalitarian. Fritz, who used to be based in DC, now lives in Indiana, where he makes his custom furniture and trucks it himself back to DC once a month.
Upstairs, Celia Welch created a master bath that, frankly, I would never want to leave in the morning.
Now, it’s on to the airy artist’s studio by Tracy Morris.
So, I think I’ve exhausted the teasing without giving the whole house away. The house opens Saturday and lasts about a month. Enjoy the tour!