Winner, '2004 National Residential Interior Design Award' for living room, sponsored by ASID and Southern Accents Magazine.
Carved out of an old small bedroom this bathroom enjoys a fireplace. An off center window over the tub was made more desirable by duplicating the look of a bay window surrounding the tub. (2001)
This is a light-filled sunroon on Maryland's Eastern Shore.
The bookcase swings open to reveal the powder room. (1989)
This hand-painted mantle and antique tapestry give new definition to the term 'focal point'.
The faux-bois technique on the walls adds an extra layer of interest in this room. Updated classical styling at its best.
Spring green walls provide the perfect foil to the owner’s collection of antique porcelain. Dining chairs were chosen for their comfort as well as their ability to withstand a growing family’s demands. Stenciled floors make a rug unnecessary – a beautiful yet practical room for a young family. (2001)
Modern convenience and traditional styling give you your dream kitchen!
Large rooms with high ceilings demand pieces that are the perfect scale.
Skip Sroka retained the original mantel and added the wall mouldings in the renovated 1906 home. An Aubusson rug was selected to define the seating area of the casual and comfortable, yet sophisticated living room. Updated in 2001, the room retains the background consistent with the house.
Creating a library that looks like it has "always been there" with the surprise of technology hidden away in this new Chevy Chase penthouse apartment. Work executed in 2000.
Facing twin chaises invite you to make a morning ritual of coffee and reading the paper with your spouse. The scale of the mantel creates a focal point down a long corridor which make the living room seem grander. (1995)
This "Bloomsbury" playroom is an imaginative haven for parents and children alike. The decorative elements in the playroom are spirited, whimsical and inviting, yet practical. (1998)
Wouldn't you love to come home to this master bathroom?
Great colors and patterns make this kitchen feel warm and inviting.
This restored 1906 foyer is accented with the original blueprints of the house. Just bringing it back to what is once was, in 2001
The foyer’s elegant design returns to an era remembered for lavish entertaining when candlelit gatherings that mingles sparking conversation with gracious living. The walls were painted on silk in China and shipped to the site. The room is timeless, executed in 1989.
A formal powder room with lots of personality.
Updating a house from the 60’s, we created a cozy place for the family to talk and see each other (1995).
Your guests will never want to leave when they stay in a room this beautiful.
The audio-visual components are strategically concealed behind beautiful wood paneling.
All the conforts of home in this arts and crafts style family room.
A contemporary interpretation of an antique desk provides a warm and inviting place to work, as illustrated in this 1820’s room for the Baltimore Symphony Show House. (2000)
The subtle blending of texture and neutral hues creates a feeling of relaxation
In the master bedroom a variety of fabrics in springtime colors were selected for this cheerful yet inviting room. (2001)
Crisp, colorful and contemporary…this breakfast room has it all, without sacrificing comfort.
Luxurious marble, a tug surrounded by your favorite books and a hidden TV make this master bathroom a tranquil retreat from the outside world.