Art Work Front and Center
Most homes have art work, while some homes have ART WORK! Our second home is a jaw-dropping, delight-inducing art exploration. The pieces are integrated into the living space as though they were family. Even the paint choices and lighting are supporting family members: Interior row houses tend to be lighting deprived and the owners have played to this with deep, rich mysterious colored walls.
This house is a classic Washington, DC rowhouse built in 1922. While some homes become strangers to their former selves after new owners take over, your Crestwood neighbors knew a good thing when they saw it. When the kitchen was remodeled in 2016, the original hardwood floors were exposed, making a striking contrast to the kitchen’s modern racy red range. And for those of you who can’t get enough mid-century modern, the original crystal chandeliers have been replaced with mid-century George Nelson bubble pendants.