Georgetown, DC has many historic homes, but this townhouse, recently profiled in House Beautiful and designed by Hillary Thomas and Jeff Lincoln, was built in the 1960s. Since it was in my neck of the woods, I was very interested in the home. While some rooms I found a little “busy” for my personal taste, the home had some ravishing rooms as well.
I thought you might enjoy looking at it as well…
For a small foyer, having a table with an open design is smart…and I love it! Plus, with black and white pieces, you can switch them where ever you want throughout your house – and in the case of this table, even outside. I have several pieces like this that I switch from room to room.
And I always think the details matter – notice the grate.
(Montgomery 1 marble floor tiles by Ann Sacks and Block Print Stripe wallpaper by Farrow & Ball)
Gives a peek of the kitchen.
Kitchen and Lucite bar stools. (Lucite and leather Whiz barstools from Paston Rawleigh Everett. Cabinetry by Boffi.)
Blue living room. With a long, narrow room it is best to divide it up into “functions”. (Red glass Planet S chandeliers from La Murrina)
Sitting section of the room.
Because it is SO narrow, but additional seating may be needed, above is a wildly attractive option.
Lucite game table and leather chairs, which I am in LOVE with (by Kendall Wilkinson).
The dining room. How fabulous is the chandelier??? It’s French from the 1940s
A silver ceiling and lacquered walls/bookcases in the library
Solarium with feminine colors…
Classic black and white outdoor furniture…
A soothing bedroom…
a vignette of an inlaid bone table.
Very mid century in design, from the furniture to the walls…
I hope you all enjoyed the peek into this house and have a great weekend planned! My plans? DIY projects….LOVE it!!!! 🙂