Inside Homes: Soul Survivor

by Editorial

Designer/builder Doug DeLuca restores America’s soul with reclaimed ‘Langley Ordinary.’

By Anne Kim-Dannibale
Photos by Tony Brown

'Langley Ordinary'

‘Langley Ordinary’

Doug DeLuca’s mid-1800s McLean residence filled to the brim with Americana and antiques makes you want to kick up your heels and relax. So much so that we ended up staying much longer than planned for our photo shoot and interview. Read the full story from our Summer 2014 issue and view additional photos from our afternoon with the former Ralph Lauren associate below.

 

The library is like walking into America's revolutionary past.

The library is like walking into America’s revolutionary past.

Detail of an Abraham Lincoln oil and antique rifles.

Detail of an Abraham Lincoln oil and antique rifles in the library.

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A vintage outhouse door in the attic leads to a modernized spa-like bath.

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View into a workroom from the extensive porch, which also includes a living space and outdoor kitchen.

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DeLuca’s vintage wooden sailboat collection fills the cozy guesthouse.

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More antiques in the main house.

The walk-in closet in the master bedroom.

The walk-in closet in the master bedroom.

 

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