When we first drove up to the home on Oates Street, we immediately fell in love with the light, pastel yellow front door. From the very first moments of this project, we knew this was going to be a unique and special home. Inside with the space is full of traditional details of a 1920s home but also included modern, sleek details. The meshing of these details with the nearly 100-year-old foundational touches of the townhouse created a lovely experience, attracting a buyer in days!
When staging in the downtown Washington D.C. area, the homes tend to be much more compact and narrow requiring creativity and thinking outside the box to make a townhouse or condo appear spacious. We were up for the challenge to stage this stunning and slim three-bedroom, three-bathroom townhouse on Oates Street.
The amount of natural light in the kitchen was incredible! The simple, yet elegant subway tile backsplash matched the exposed brick seen elsewhere in the home. We used greenery and a bowl of delicious fruit to bring in pops of color. The contrasting white and black marble countertops worked beautifully in the open kitchen. So much space for entertaining guests or making hundreds of cookies!
Windows throughout with D.C. townhouse were incredible and were in just about every room! Keeping the colors neutral and light makes the space appear larger and allows the viewer to take in all of the room and the incredible view of the Capitol outside! Runners beside the bed keep the patterns and textures to a minimum and show off the light, wood floors.
Welcome home to the new owners!
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