Top 5 Design Posts of the Week
Happy Women’s History Month! Architectural Ceramics had the privilege of being certified as a national Women’s Business Enterprise by the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC).
To celebrate Women’s History Month and International Women’s Day which took place March 8th, check out some of Washington, DC’s most renowned women designers for some home inspiration.
1. Comfort and Nature all in One
Oakton, VA, Sandra Meyers Design Studio
Using different textures on wall applications is a great way to give a room a more natural feel. Check out Sandra Meyers Interior Design Project from Oakton, Virginia to see how she integrates this into her design strategy, while giving this home a one-of-a-kind feel.
2. The Lighter Side
Ashburn Kitchen & Family Room Update, Paula Grace Designs
From dark and dated to light and bright, check out how Paula Grace transformed this Ashburn family’s kitchen and family room space to fit their contemporary yet comfortable style.
3. Minimalism is the new Contemporary
Waterfront Townhouse, Celia Welch Interiors
A simple color scheme helps maintain a clean and comfortable look. Browse through Celia Welch’s Waterfront Townhouse interior design project to see how this look is recreated for one lucky homeowner.
4. Fashion meets Function
Fox Vale, Lauren Liess
If you don’t have a signature piece to cover your wall space, try staging a few different photos. It may come together better than you think. Check out Lauren Liess’ Fox Vale project to see what other interior design tricks she uses on this dream home.
5. Interior Design Foundation
Baltimore, MD, Mona Hajj Interiors
Check how Mona Hajj incorporates floor, wall, and window design in a lovely Baltimore, Maryland interior design project. Definitely a fearless use of pattern and color in these rooms!
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