Interior Design: Tips for 3 Generations of Style

by Editorial


Have fun, be creative, don’t play it safe. Surround yourself with objects reflecting various design aesthetics, and down the line you can refine them to suit your style. Change things by playing with different arrangements. Collect pieces that bring you joy, and find creative ways to incorporate them into your living space.

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“Create a glamorous getaway in your living room with a chandelier made from capiz shells.”

Serena Drum Chandelier ($2,880); And Beige, 1781 Florida Ave. NW., 202-234-1557,

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“Enliven your space with a rug that’s bold and modern.”

Festival Area Rug designed by Lost Link ($398-$752); Z Furniture, 2130 P Street NW, 202-833-3717,

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“The Mr. Impossible Chair by Kartell makes all your design dreams possible.”

Mr. Impossible Chair by Kartell ($440); Apartment Zero,, 703-538-2309 ,

mayfaircredenza web ready

“A place for everything… this credenza makes organizing stylish and fun. Available in just about every color of the rainbow.”

Mayfair Credenza ($4,749); Vastu, 1829 14th Street NW, 202-234-8344,

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“This great accent piece will brighten your room as well as provide functional storage space.”

Ming Console Table ($870); Mitchell Gold and Bob Williams, 1526 14th Street NW , 202-332-3433,

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“It’s a table! It’s a bench! It’s a versatile piece that brings the outdoors in.”

Pawn Stool ($359); Vastu, 1829 14th Street NW, 202-234-8344,

Amaya CT-F.8C web ready

“A coffee table that is anything but square.”

Amaya Coffee Table ($1,195); Muleh, 1831 14th Street NW, 202-667-3440 ,

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