Players Walk

Our clients wanted a “grown up” house for their grown up family.
Views of the golf course from the palladium window inspired the color palette for
this casual yet elegant family room.

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Living Area
Comfy chairs, a stone fireplace and a big screen TV, perfect for “hanging together” after a busy work week.

Dining Room

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Accommodating large family gatherings as well as impromptu dinner guests with ease and sophistication is now effortless with the new Dining Room design.
The Library
The “Library” Custom shelving, well placed lighting and a mohair sofa!

Evergreen Cottage

A Vintage cottage filled with sunshine was the perfect choice for this young couple to raise their two children, but it needed to feel more modern. A few lighting fixtures and soft hues of gray fabrics and finishes infused the living areas with a cool modern feel.

Taking cues from the garden, a sunroom style dining area conjures up the image of Al fresco dining every day!

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Living room and lounge
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An unexpected mix of modern lighting with 1930’s architecture
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Comfy white linen slipcovers and a reclaimed parquet floor coffee table take center stage
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Sunny Breakfast Room
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Freshly cut hydrangea bouquet from the adjacent garden, simply beautiful!
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Green Trellis pattern on the roman shades frame the garden window

Left at McArthur

This NW Washington Cape style home provides a beautiful backdrop for our artist/client’s work. The family’s collection of antiques and art provided us with a foundation that requested simple elegance. Light filled windows, linen slipcovers and velvet pillows invite you to relax and unwind.

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The owners beautiful antiques add an elegant refinement to casual linen slipcovered seating.
Left at McArthur - NW Washington D.C.
A study in black and white.
Left at McArthur - NW Washington D.C.
“The most seductive thing about art is the personality of the artist himself.” Paul Cezanne

No Ordinary Barn

This 1798 Frederick County bank barn was converted into a home in 1976. The new owners transformed the structure into a chic lakeside dwelling using classic “French” forms with casual slipcovered seating. This clever mix is a fresh twist that translates into easy living.

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White floors and oversized windows give an airy summer feel all year long.
No Ordinary Barn - Frederick County, Maryland
Lavender accents conjure images of summers in Provence.
No Ordinary Barn - Frederick County, Maryland
24′ ceilings in the living area reference a “Barn” vernacular.
No Ordinary Barn - Frederick County, Maryland
“A room without books is like a body without a soul.” Marcus Tullius Cicero
No Ordinary Barn - Frederick County, Maryland
A sunny corner to read or write.