Welcome to My Portfolio of Work

Over the past 18 years I have had the opportunity to work on a variety of projects including residential and commercial design.

While working as a project architect I developed an interest in the architecture of the interiors and interior design.
I pursued a career that would allow architecture and interior design to work together.

Now I am managing an interiors department in an architecture firm located in Washington, D.C.

Thursday, January 21, 2010

A Victorian Renovation

I am really excited to be working with Superior Home Services on the renovation of a Victorian Home located on Capitol Hill, Washington, DC.  The house was built in the 1800s and it does not have luxurious spacious bathrooms.  The client, who is an avid collector of Victorian antiques, has decided to convert a bedroom into two bathrooms.  Since this project is in design development, I would like to share some of the exciting concept ideas and also some of the very unique accessories the client would like to incorporate into the design.

Master Bath Vanity,  Urban Archaeology, Victorian Washstand

I love the simplicity and elegance.  It's going to look perfect in the room with polished nickel fixtures and Carrera marble. We are going to use a verde tile on the floor with accents of Carrera marble and a rose clored stone throughout.

The client loves floral and intricate boarder tiles, such as this one from Urban Archaelogy called Acanthus Scroll Border.

I can't wait to see the finished product which will include wall paper from Bradbury & Bradbury such as this Victorian style in Burgandy

Here is an image from the clients own collection.  The mirror will be placed over the bathroom vanity.

Be sure to check back and see the progress.

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