No contest here. According to the latest polling numbers over at The Washington Post, Aidan Design‘s Nadia Suburan (using furnishings and accessories from Victoria Sanchez of Victoria at Home), blew away the competition at this year’s DC Design House, racking up 817 votes for her deep-blue wine tasting room.
Nadia’s adjoining kitchen was a close second, with 741 votes. I ADORE the Virginia soapstone countertops.
Next in line, with 653 votes, are two of my favorite designers, Jeff Akseizer and Jamie Brown, who created this gorgeous family room that opens out to the pool.
Akseizer Design Group owns its own millwork shop, so they specialize in gorgeous cabinetry and molding in their designs, as you can see above.
The only other interior room to garner more than 300 votes was Victoria Sanchez’s family room off the kitchen. She’s got 334 votes so far.
Victoria is also a good friend, so I have to say that I have amazing taste in designer friends, thank you very much!
Coming into the second weekend that the DC Design House is open, I urge you all to go and take a look—the Forest Hills home is full of delightful spaces throughout its three floors, and the outdoor landscaping and pool are dreamy—hard to remember that this neighborhood is in the city!
For information on hours and tickets, click over to the DC Design House site, right here.