The 2017 DC Design House, Part 2

I shared some pictures from the first half of the 2017 DC Design House in my last post. By the time I hit the second section of the house, I switched to Instagram Live mode, so I don't have any of my own photos to share. Luckily, there are plenty of photos on social media to share now that the house is over.

As a reminder, here is what the Potomac, Maryland house looks like as you approach the front door.

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The house is so large that there were several bedrooms and upstairs sitting/living rooms. The first bedroom I visited upstairs was a beautiful retreat by Keira St. Claire-Bowery and Dana Schwartz of Anthony Wilder Design, Build, Inc. Follow them on Instagram here.

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Next up was the colorful guest bedroom by Caryn Cramer (follow her on Instagram here). I wish I had a picture of the little passageway outside the room - it was equally dramatic.

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Erica Burns (follow her on Instagram here) opted to turn her room into an upstairs family room. I recently read that more homeowners are moving their informal living rooms upstairs and keeping a more formal living room downstairs. I definitely see the reasoning! Can't you imagine watching a movie in your pajamas in this beautiful space?

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Romain Baty's boudoir space was a palette cleanser, color wise, but full of fascinating details. Follow Romain on Instagram here.

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Next up was the Traveler's Retreat by Karen Snyder of Interiors of Washington (follow her on Instagram here).

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 The second-floor laundry room is growing in popularity and it's no surprise that this impressive home has one. Paula Grace of Paula Grace Designs, Inc. (follow her on Instagram here) turned a plain room into a little jewel box. Notice the dog bed and the beautiful light fixture. I love a beautiful, flush light fixture.

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The final space I'll share today is the master suite by Dennese Guadelope Rojas of Interiors by Design, LLC. This room was huge, with a sitting room, hallway, closets, and master bath connected to the main room. Dennese shared so much of this space on her Instagram account. You even get to see some of the installation work in process!

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That's it for today! The tour will conclude with part three. Would you believe there are more living rooms to see? 

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