1 House, 24 Designers, 35 Days, 1 Great Cause
The 2013 DC Design House Designers Announced
(WASHINGTON, DC, February 2013) — The newly built home at 2507 Foxhall Road, NW, Washington, DC was recently announced as the location for the 6th Annual DC Design House benefiting Children’s National Medical Center. And now, the 2013 DC Design House Designers have also been selected:
Space 1 – Garden Entry – Amy Mills & Guy Williams, DCA Landscape Architects
Space 2 – Entry Foyer – Farrow & Ball and the Designer Advisors
Space 3 – Living Room – Camille Saum, Camille Saum Interior Design
Space 4 – Powder Room – Terri Easter, Maris Elaine Gallery
Space 5 – Library – David Mitchell, David Mitchell Interior Design
Space 6 – Family Room – Victoria Neale, Victoria Neale Interiors
Space 7 – Loggia – Taylor Wells, Taylor Wells Design/At Home
Space 8 – Kitchen/Butler’s Pantry – Jessica Parker, GTM Architects
Space 9 – Morning Room – Iantha Carley, Iantha Carley Interiors
Space 10 – Dining Room – Nestor Santa-Cruz, Nestor Santa-Cruz
Space 11 – Bar/Side Hall – Andrea Houck, A. Houck Designs
Space 12 – Powder Room – Charles Almonte, Charles C. Almonte Architecture/Interior Design
Space 13 – Second Floor Hall – Claire Schwab, Claire Schwab Interior Design
Space 14 – Sitting Room – Michael Hampton, Michael Hampton Design
Space 15 – Master Bedroom – Susan Jamieson, Bridget Beari Designs
Space 16 – Master Bath – Darlene Molnar, Darlene Molnar LLC
Space 17 – Bedroom/Nursery – Nancy Twomey, Finnian’s Moon Interiors
Space 18 – Bedroom – Regan Billingsley, Regan Billingsley Interiors
Space 19 – Loft/Media Room – Jeff Akseizer & Jamie Brown, Akseizer Design Group
Space 20 – Bedroom – Katherine Vernot-Jonas, Katherine Vernot-Jonas Designs
Space 21 – Bedroom – Allie Mann, Case Design/Remodeling, Inc.
Space 22 – The Lounge – Lorna Gross, Savant Interior Design
Space 23 – Covered Terrace – Jen Chappell & Ken Berry, American Eye
Space 24 – Lower Dining Room - Scott Cooke, Scott Cooke Design
Just completed, the new 14,000-square-foot Wesley Heights home designed by GTM Architects offers eight bedrooms, eight full baths and four half baths on five levels. The main floor’s marble foyer leads to formal living and dining rooms with fireplaces and bay windows. A two-sided fireplace separates the family room and library, while the high-end kitchen with breakfast room overlooks the rear yard with infinity pool.
The second floor offers a master suite with sitting room and opulent bath, as well as three additional bedrooms with private bathrooms and a second laundry room. The third floor loft with skylights, wet bar and balcony features views of the city’s monuments in the distance. Two more bedrooms and a bath complete this level.
The lower level billiard and recreation rooms adjoin the catering kitchen, main laundry room, mudroom and powder room, plus dual two-car garages. The second lower level includes a media room, exercise room with sauna and full bath, and two bedroom suites. The infinity pool is accessed from this level. The home is on the market for $14.9 million.
2013 DC Design House Dates to remember:
- February 23, Bear Bones Tour, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., $5 (Free with purchase of a $25 DC Design House ticket)
- April 9, Press Day, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
- April 13, Preview Party, 1 to 5 p.m., $50, www.dcdesignhouse.com
- April 14, Opening Day for public tours, Saturday and Sunday noon to 5 p.m. and Tuesday-Friday 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., $25
- May 12, Last Day of the 2013 DC Design House
DC Design House Inc. is comprised of all-volunteer Corporate Officers Skip Singleton, Sandy Steele and Taylor Wells who work in concert with an all-volunteer Executive Committee including Susan Hayes Long (chair), Kathy Barker, Karen Beiley, Terry Castellani, Diana DellaVilla, Christina Emmerman, Bill Gardner, Sherry Moeller, Ami Susan Petruccelli, Sharon Putterman, Randie Reilly, Stephanie Robinson, Jean Seline, Jill Watson, and Susan Wisor. This year’s design advisors include Ann Lambeth, Kelley Proxmire and Frank Babb Randolph.
Boutiques including For Ewe by Edie Adelston, Ibhana Creations by Meena Tharmaratnam, Jeff L. Designs by Jeff LiaBraaten, Whyte House Monograms by Debbie McCarthy Whyte, and Coco Blanca will be set up on the lower level with a percentage of sale proceeds donated to Children’s National Medical Center. Sponsors to date include Angie Seckinger Photography, Child Health Center Board, DC Living Real Estate, Farrow & Ball, Foxcraft Design Group, Home & Design, Horizon Houseworks, Loft at AI, MoKi Media, PhRMA, Supon Creative, Tobin, O’Connor and Ewing, and William John Gardner Design Studio.
For Media Inquiries: Contact Sherry Moeller, principal MoKi Media, email@example.com or 301-807-0910. Exterior images are currently available upon request. Designers’ completed space images available by April 9th.
About the DC Design House
The Washington, DC Design House, a 501(c)3 nonprofit entity, began in 2008 as a unique design show house event for the DC Metro area in which top area designers showcased their talents into a “flowing design home” to raise funds for a local charity. What began as a single event goal to raise funds for Children’s National Medical Center has developed into the region’s foremost annual residential design attraction and as a leading annual fundraiser event for Children’s National Medical Center. Established by business partners and husband-and-wife founders Skip and Debbie Singleton, Principals of DC Living Real Estate, LLC, in partnership with an all volunteer team of sponsors, organizers, regional media, design industry manufacturers and some of the nation’s most awarded and widely recognized designers. The DC Design House quickly earned a following with more than 45,000 visitors and more than $800,000 raised for Children’s National Medical Center over the last five years. The tradition continues with the 2013 DC Design House. For more information, visit www.dcdesignhouse.com, Facebook and Twitter.
About Children’s National Medical Center
Children’s National Medical Center in Washington, DC, has been serving the nation’s children since 1870. Home to Children’s Research Institute and the Sheikh Zayed Institute for Pediatric Surgical Innovation, Children’s National is consistently ranked among the top pediatric hospitals by U.S.News & World Report and the Leapfrog Group. With 303 beds, more than 1,330 nurses, 550 physicians, and seven regional outpatient centers, Children’s National is the only exclusive provider of pediatric care in the Washington metropolitan area. Children’s National has been recognized by the American Nurses Credentialing Center as a Magnet® designated hospital, the highest level of recognition for nursing excellence that a medical center can achieve. For more information, visit www.ChildrensNational.org, receive the latest news from the Children’s National press room, or follow on Facebook and Twitter.