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After living in the Washington suburbs for 30 years, our clients, recent empty nesters, purchased a spacious 2,600 square-foot apartment adjacent to Rock Creek Park. Furniture was curated from all over the world, and we created interior design elements that reflect their penchant for whimsy and bold color. Case in point: a colorful Pierre Frey fabric in the living room adorns the L-shape sofa sectional and a custom Rangecraft range hood—in red—adds pop to the kitchen.


Complete gutting of apartment to create modern, open space

Collaboration with architect to create custom millwork and detailing

Creation of trimless details such as floating trimless frames, and bookshelves

Furnishings and soft furnishings selection, purchasing, and installation

Architectural finish selections

Decorative lighting selection 

Plumbing fixture selection

Hardware selection

Artwork selection


Architect: Hains Architects 

Kitchen Designer: Kitchen Elements, LLC 

Lighting Consultant: DKT Lighting & Design 

Contractor: Peterson & Collins Builders 

Workroom: Everett Design

Photography: Stacy Zarin Goldberg

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