| Dec 27, 2012 |
DC Design House sets location and designers
Boh staff
By Staff

Built by GTM Architects, the 14,000 s.f. house at 2507 Foxhall Road in Washington DC, will be home to the 6th edition of DC Design House, set to open on April 14.

Twenty-two local designers and companies  have been chosen to transform the house, which boasts eight bedrooms, 12 bathrooms, an infinity pool, media room, exercise room and sauna.

The 2013 design house team is as follows:

Entry Foyer: Farrow & Ball

Living Room: Camille Saum

Powder Room: Terri Easter

Library: David Mitchell

Family Room: Victoria Neale

Kitchen/Butlers Pantry: Jessica Parker with GTM Architects

Morning Room: Iantha Carley

Dining Room: Nestor Santa-Cruz

Powder Room: Charles Almonte

2nd Floor Landing: Claire Schwab

Sitting Room: Michael Hampton

Master Bedroom: Susan Jamison

Master Bath: Darlene Molnar

Bedroom/Nursery: Nancy Twomey

Bedroom: Regan Billingsley

Loft/Media Room: Jeff Akseizer and Jamie Brown of Akseizer Design Group

Bedroom: Katherine Vernot-Jonas

Bedroom: Allie Mann with Case Design/Remodeling

Lower Family Room: Lorna Gross

Covered Terrace: American Eye

Lower Dining Room: Scott Cooke

Bar/Kitchen Area: Andrea Houck

The home opens to the public on Feb. 23 for a ‘Bare Bones’ tour so visitors can see the space before it is transformed. Then the designers get to work, and on April 9, press will get the first chance to see. On April 14, the home opens for public tours and will remain open through May, 12 every Saturday and Sunday from noon – 5:00 p.m. and every Tuesday – Friday from 10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.

Tickets are $25 and all proceeds will go to the Children’s National Medical Center, which is located in Washington DC and has been serving the nation’s children since 1870.

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