I am so happy to be able to feature Elizabeth Hague Interiors as part of my DC Designer Series - including "hot off the press" photos from their recent work for a client in the beautiful Foxhall Road neighborhood in D.C. Thank you to Linda Lewis of the firm for making this post possible. This home is full of lovely, subtle colors and impeccable furniture selection. I've fallen in love with this carpet and the light blue ceilings. (all images posted with permission. photo: Erik Johnson)
It appears that the wood floors are painted. photo: Erik Johnson

photo: Erik Johnson
The bureau plays nicely off the warm wood table paired with white painted chairs. photo: Erik Johnson
A casual but still elegant family room. Love, love this seagrass rug. photo: Erik Johnson

Here, dark wood chairs are paired with a lighter wood table - perfect! photo: Erik Johnson

Patterned floors extending through to the mudroom. photo: Erik Johnson

The master bedroom - the demi-lune table is a terrific choice between the two windows and chairs. photo: Erik Johnson


photo: Erik Johnson

Check out the cute leopard print flats in this pretty little girl's room. photo: Erik Johnson


The entry of a stately home in Georgetown - in my opinion this photo would make a great magazine cover. Love how you can see straight through to the back door. Below are more beautiful rooms from Elizabeth Hague Interiors. photo: Angie Seckinger



photo: Angie Seckinger


photo: Angie Seckinger
photo: Angie Seckinger

Doesn't the ceiling treatment take this room to a whole other level? photo: Angie Seckinger

Again, white painted chairs paired with a warm toned wood table. Still a formal room but with comfortable, inviting atmosphere. photo: Angie Seckinger

photo: Angie Seckinger
The back porch of the Georgetown residence. Notice how the black and white floor scheme is echoed in the treatment of the ceiling. I love this! The second photographer featured in this post has photographed and created the websites for a number of talented D.C. designers. Check out Angie Seckinger's work here. To view more of Erik Johnson's photography click here.

Also - thanks for all the comments on my Off to Atlanta post. Next week I have some terrific things to share from some of the best home design stores I've ever been to!!

 
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