The second-level landing of this renovated row house gets a midcentury-modern vibe with custom drapes and a vintage chair. The existing built-in bookcases house the homeowners' art and books while adding interest to the neutral space.
The original dormer area of what was an attic has been transformed with an antique bench and Ikea chair to create the perfect sitting area in the master bedroom of this renovated 1920s bungalow.
Designed by Erica Riggio, the skylight in this white transitional bedroom adds natural light to the restful space while salvaged wood creates a focal point above the bed.
The addition of this staircase in the dining room adds access to the master suite of this renovated 1920s bungalow. The space under the staircase makes a perfect spot for a built-in closet, while the home's original window provides nice, natural light to the dining area.
The custom steel fireplace in this transitional bedroom adds a masculine touch and texture to the neutral space. Custom room-darkening shades echo the neutral tones throughout the room and add contrast against the white walls.
West Elm side tables and a tufted headboard from Mitchell Gold create a soothing, neutral bedroom. The custom blackout shades ensure a restful sleep, no matter what time of day, while brass sconces offer light day or night.
A polished transitional look is created in this master bedroom with en suite bathroom. Crisp white bed linens and metallic sconces leave you feeling fresh and energized even before entering the spa-like bathroom.
Using the homeowner's vintage chair and existing table, designer Erica Riggio creates a sitting area on the second floor. Existing built in bookcases showcase the owner's books and knickknacks.
Local Washington, D.C. artist Peter Krsko created the focal point of this living room, a custom wall mural. The bold artwork brings a pop of color to the calm neutral space.
In order to maintain its historic authenticity, designer Erica Riggio selected period paint colors for the exterior of this renovated 1920s bungalow. The updated landscaping incorporates native plants to create a lush entrance to the home.
Adding these stairs in the dining room adds access to the master bedroom suite. The new stairs were stained to match the existing oak floors throughout the rest of the historic 1920's bungalow.
A cork and metallic wall covering by Candice Olson adds a mid-century esthetic to this modern dining area. Pops of coral in the seating fabric add color to an otherwise neutral space.
Salvaged wood that was cut and sealed creates a focal point in this transitional, white bedroom. The addition of built-in lighting maximizes space, while the vintage side table is made new with black spray paint to create contrast.
Custom treatments frame the bay window in this neutral, eclectic living room. A steel fireplace adds texture and masculinity to the space, while color is found in the addition of pillows and custom artwork.