Monday, June 5, 2017

A neutral, delightfully layered historic Georgetown rowhouse!

This beautiful 1901 rowhouse in Washington, D.C.'s Georgetown neighborhood is given a makeover by designer Sarah Bartholomew. The homeowner wanted the main rooms to be neutral. However, the designer didn't want the palette to look too boring or flat. Her solution? Layering with lots of textures and patterns for visual interest. Let's take a look at the results, shall we?

Photo credit: Ngoc Minh Ngo

How gorgeous is this abode? Exuding tranquility and a sense of casual elegance, this home feels fresh and delightful. A mix of natural elements such as wood, wicker, leather and brass creates warmth and the layering of textiles and patterns provides visual interest. The cozy kitchen and the lovely master bedroom with the traditional blue tufted floral headboard are especially my favorites! Is there any room or element that catches your eye as well?

1 comment:

  1. I am drawn in by the exterior colors. Love the entry! My other favorite is the mirror over the fireplace


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