2017 DC Design House Designers Announced

The DC Design House recently announced the names of the 23 designers who will participate within the 10th-Annual DC Design House benefiting Children’s National Health System. Located in Potomac, Maryland, the event are held from September 30 through October 29, 2017, and can include design inspiration in 23 spaces, four boutiques, a Decade of Design Celebration and special events throughout the month within the home’s ballroom, plus a daily onsite café.

The 2017 DC Design House Designers include:

  1. Outside Entry – Lauren Fisher / Clinton and Associates
  2. Living Room – Margery Wedderburn  / Margery Wedderburn Interiors, LLC
  3. Dining Room – Susan Jamieson / Bridget Beari Designs
  4. Gallery – Cindy McClure / Grossmueller’s Design Consultants
  5. Powder Room – Mary Amons / Mary Amons Design
  6. Library – Kelley Proxmire / Kelley Proxmire, Inc.
  7. The Study Royale – Lorna Gross / Lorna Gross Interior Design
  8. Back Office – Marika Meyer / Marika Meyer Interiors LLC
  9. Grand Salon – Josh Hildreth / Josh Hildreth Interiors
  10. Bedroom 1 – Keira St. Claire-Bowery / Anthony Wilder Design/Build
  11. Guest Bedroom – Caryn Cramer / Caryn Cramer Interiors + Textiles
  12. Second Floor rec room – Erica Burns / Erica Burns Interiors
  13. Bedroom 2 – Romain Baty / Romain Baty LLC
  14. Bedroom 3 – Karen Snyder / Interiors of Washington
  15. Laundry – Paula Grace / Paula Grace Designs, Inc.
  16. Master Bedroom – Dennese Guadeloupe Rojas / Interiors by Design
  17. Lounge – J Allen & Michelle Borden / Perceptions Interiors
  18. Sitting Room – Camille Saum / Camille Saum Interior Design
  19. Kitchen – Samantha Friedman / Samantha Friedman Interior Designs
  20. Bar – Allie Mann / Case Design/Remodeling, Inc.
  21. Family Foyer – Lisa Tureson / Studio Artistica
  22. Poolside Oasis – Kimberly Asner / Country Casual Teak

This year’s boutiques include:

  1. Ibhana Creations by Meena Tharmaratnam
  2. Whyte House Monograms by Debbie McCarthy Whyte
  3. Jeff L Designs by Jeff LiaBraaten
  4. Coco Blanca

Ticket sales further as some of proceeds from boutiques and designer sales, with most items in designers’ spaces available to get, are donated to Children’s National with quite $1.78 million raised in nine years.

Listed at $10.48 million by Fouad Talout and Pascale Karam of Long & Foster land, the four-story, 27,256 sq.-ft. The Potomac home has nine bedrooms, nine full baths, four half baths, a downstairs ballroom, a movie theater, a two-story library surrounded by him and his offices, several kitchens, and an elevator. in-built 2009, the house sits on two acres and includes a pool and pool house with apartment and covered terrace.

This year’s paint sponsor is Sherwin-Williams, with additional sponsors up to now including: Angie Seckinger Photography, reception Group, Children’s Health Board, DC Living realty, Foxcraft Design Group, Fred Home Improvement, Home & Design, MoKi Media and Thibaut.


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