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Tuesday, March 15, 2011

2011 DreamHome opens March 18 @ The Washington Design Center

When you tour the DreamHome, be sure to take a look at Andy Staszak's Family Room inspired by Adeler Jeweler's 1st-century B.C. Roman silver coin earrings. Andy's room also features my work "Swirl," courtesy the artist and the Art Registry.

See Flickr Set Photos.

The Washington Design Center announces the 2011 DreamHome, which will incorporate the jewelry of eight local jewelers and designers. Eight Interior designers have chosen pieces from each jeweler that will inspire their room design. The 2011 DreamHome will be unveiled at a preview party on March 17th and will remain open through December 9th. The 2011 DreamHome, residing within The Washington Design Center, will offer “bejeweled” decorating inspiration through furnishings, fabric, rugs, and wall coverings available throughout the design center’s showrooms.

2011 Design House Interior Designers
Opening Courtyard - Joe Ireland and Julie Weber, J.D. Ireland Interior Architecture + Design
Central Living Room – Susan Nelson, Susan Nelson Interiors
Media Room – Andy Staszak, Andy Staszak Interior Design
Rear Library – Charlotte Lekakos, Willard & Palmer Design
Ladies’ Club Room – Lorna Gross, SAVANT Interior Design
Master Bedroom – Zoe Feldman, Zoe Feldman Design, Inc.
Side Living Area – Robert Shields, Robert Shields Interiors
Second Bedroom – Chad Alan, Chad Alan Designs

2011 Design House JewelersOpening Courtyard – Charm Georgetown
Central Living Room – Designer Dina Mackney
Media Room –Adeler Jewelers
Rear Library – Ann Hand
Ladies’ Club Room – Pampillonia Jewelers
Master Bedroom – Shah & Shah
Side Living Area – Chas. Schwartz and Son
Second Bedroom – Tiny Jewel Box

Thursday, March 17, 2011 – Opening Preview Party, Purchase Tickets
 

Friday, March 18 – Design House opens to the public
Friday, December 9 – Design House closes
ADMISSION: Free
WEBSITE: http://www.dcdesigncenter.com/

Dedicated to providing the finest in home furnishings to the design trade, The Washington Design Center houses nearly 50 wholesale residential, commercial and building products showrooms and is considered the mid-Atlantic region’s largest resource and destination for the design industry.

The Washington Design Center is located at 300 D Street, SW in Washington, DC. Above the Federal Center SW Metro Station, The Washington Design Center is served by the Orange and Blue lines.
 

To learn more about the 2011 DreamHome, The Washington Design Center, and its showrooms, programs and special events, call 202.646.6100 or visit the Design Center online at www.dcdesigncenter.com. Stay up to date on new products and events with the WDC blog, www.dcdesigncenterblog.com.

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