The DC Design House, Part 3

For the final installment of my 2017 DC Design House review, I'm taking you back to the first floor of the house via a dramatic staircase and back foyer that was designed by J. Allen, Michelle Borden, and Mark Borys of Perceptions Interiors (follow them on Instagram here). I think we know what inspired the paint style!

Side note: J. Allen was in the cast of HGTV Design Star, I think in the final season (when Meg Caswell won).

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You didn't need a sign to know who designed the Little Jewel Box Sitting Room. It's a Camille Saum room (follow her on Instagram here).

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The family room by Todd Martz and Susan Nelson of Home on Cameron, the most beautiful, new store in Old Town, was so bright and charming (follow them on Instagram here). I could have spent the day in that room!

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The kitchen in the house presented a challenge to Samantha Friedman (follow her on Instagram here). The owner of the home didn't want the cabinets or counters altered. Samantha use the tile as a jumping off point for paint and decor. She also had some support columns covered for a simpler, contemporary look.

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The last interior space was a gallery containing art created by children in the Children's National Health System through their art therapy program. Lisa Tureson of Studio Artistica designed the space.

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The final space of the tour was a pool area designed by KimberlyAsner of Country Casual Teak.
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I hope you enjoyed the look back at the 2017 DC Design House!

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