Remember in my first post about the DC Design House, I mentioned there's something for everybody? First up, a bit of fun.  Forget safe subway tile, instead Christopher Cahill and Kerry Ann Rodriquez of Cahill Design Build added whimsy with these amazing sea life tiles in the pool area bath.


Notice the illuminated glass in the changing room?  It was created with a salvaged shower door from the upstairs bathroom.




The family room off the pool is a realizing neutral space with an amazing wood textured wallpaper.  Design by Jeff Akseizer and Jamie Brown of the Akseizer Design Group. 





Katherine Vernot-Jones created a fun and inventive playroom space where there's space for wall-climbing or reading a book.  I have to think anyone looking to create a fun space for their kids that's more than just a pile of toys lined up against the wall will find alot of inspiration here.





The smallest space in the house now is a jewel box with a space enhancing glass countertop and shimmering wallpaper and tile.  Design by Joanne Fitzgerald.



Susan Donelson and Sharen Bubenhofer of Cleveland Hall Design created a  pretty guest room with flanking twin beds that took advantage of the rooms layout and window placement.  

  

All traces of this ensuite bathroom's bad encounter with the 70's was erased with with this clean, streamlined design by TJ Monahan of ibby/Case Design/Remodeling Inc.   



Last up - the front.  David Benton and Jim Rill of Architects made the front door a star with  a beautiful glossy C2 paint from the Barry Dixon Collection.   Love this!


For more, check out Part 1.  If you haven't gone yet, there's still time.  

April 13 - May 11, 2014

$25 per ticket, Benefitting Children's National Health System





 
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