Monday, June 19, 2017

A Georgetown Gem By Sarah Bartholomew



The June 2017 issue of House Beautiful features a beautiful Washington D.C. Rowhouse in the Georgetown neighborhood that was designed by Sarah Bartholomew & really caught my eye. The stunning facade of this 1901 home features lovely white millwork and a custom grey color to match the original paint. How charming are those repeated window boxes? Let's take a look inside:



The collection of 17th century bird prints is the stand out of the living room:




I adore the wicker chairs in the kitchen!! Makes me so happy I chose to leave my own Craigslist wicker chairs raw rather than paint them:



In the guest bedroom, the uneven wall is disguised by the brackets holding a collection of sea shells:


The master bedroom's soothing blues definitely sing, and I particularly love the repeat of the floral fabric on the bed skirt, headboard, and drapes, which also helps to disguise the mismatch openings of the window and adjacent french doors.




What a lovely space! You can see more of Sarah's beautiful portfolio here.

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