As a new addition to the DC design community, we couldn’t wait to get involved with the eighth annual DC Design House. Several of the participating designers showcased their talents with pieces from our lighting collection to transform the “modern farmhouse” adjacent to the McLean, VA countryside. We are thrilled to share this first look at the stunning finished spaces!
Pamela Harvey of Pamela Harvey Interiors designed the breathtaking entry of the home with welcoming accents in shades of lavender and pale pink.
The entry featured a pair of Markos Hanging Shades in Hand-Rubbed Antique Brass.
Iantha Carley mixed chinoiserie-chic elements with practical and comfortable furnishings for the family room.
Iantha selected a pair of glass Brooks Table Lamps in Gilded Iron for the console behind one of the loveseats.
Another corner of the family room features the Frankfort Floor Lamp in Hand-Rubbed Antique Brass with Mahogany Accents.
Annette Hannon’s color scheme for the living room was inspired by the stones on the exterior of the home.
A Clemente Table Lamp in Hand-Rubbed Antique Brass with a black shade tops an accent table in the living room.
The Carlo Table Lamp in Bronze and Hand-Rubbed Antique Brass lights artwork created by local photographer Dagmara Weinberg.
David Benton of Rill Architects designed the downstairs hallway to function as a sitting area, home office, and overall “happy place.” He brought light to the windowless hallway with a painting by artist Dennis Kirk, called “Old Dominion Sky,” accented by a McClain Picture Light in Hand-Rubbed Antique Brass. A Roark Modular Ring Chandelier hangs from the paneled ceiling.
A built-in desk in the rear hall features a Paix Table Lamp in Hand-Rubbed Antique Brass.
The Art Aficionado Lounge, designed by Terri Pakravan of Decor Dose, LLC features a cozy reading corner complete with leather chair, beverage tray and a Charlton Floor Lamp in White.
The Estelle Display Lamp is a great way to highlight a small piece of art or a particularly fabulous book as Terri did here.
Christopher Patrick’s master suite decor was inspired by a drawing of a necklace he saw at the recent Cartier exhibit at the Hillwood Museum. Simple Scallop Wall Sconces light the mirrors in the bath. The honeycomb pendant is custom by Niermann Weeks. If you love the Niermann Weeks look (and who doesn’t?) coming this summer you can shop their collection for Visual Comfort & Co. on our website and in all Circa Lighting showrooms!
956 Mackall Farms Lane
McLean, VA 22101