1,225 Washington DC Beach Style Home Design Photos

First Light Studio
First Light House
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known, needed to be transported on a barge from Wellington across to Washington DC. For its third journey, it was dismantled and sent back to New Zealand
known, needed to be transported on a barge from Wellington across to Washington DC. For its third journey, it was dismantled and sent back to New Zealand
known, needed to be transported on a barge from Wellington across to Washington, D.C., and back. For its third journey, it was dismantled and sent back to
known, needed to be transported on a barge from Wellington across to Washington, DC. For its third journey, it was dismantled and sent back to New Zealand
“Amazing home” — Clairissa Anderson
First Light Studio
First Light House
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into a container for shipping to the United States. It was rebuilt in Washington, D.C., as part of the U.S. Solar Decathlon competition, then dismantled a
into a container for shipping to the United States. It was rebuilt in Washington, D.C., as part of the U.S. Solar Decathlon competition, then dismantled a
“Well done to the kiwi team! It looks great and fantastic initiatives.” — rachelleh
FauxWoodBeams
19 Reviews
Delaware Beach House with Reclaimed Wood Beams
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design, and therefore purchasing, was done by P [Four], a design firm in Washington, D.C. They're not on Houzz, but they have a web site.
only provided the beams. The overall design was handled by P [Four], a Washington, D.C. design firm. Unfortunately, they're not on Houzz.
the reclaimed beams. The design was done by P [Four], a company in Washington, D.C. They're not on Houzz but they should be able to provide that information
only provided the beams. The actual interior design was by P [Four] of Washington, D.C. They're not on Houzz but they have a web site you could direct your
“Entryway” — Christy Witherspoon
Loudoun County Interior Designer
Best of Houzz 2014
Whether it's traditional or transitional design motifs, Barbara works closely with clients to discern their needs and tastes, and then produce extraordinary results within a budget.
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Paul R Broadhurst + Associates
Re-Imagined Shoreline | 03
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meadow is a mix of native and nonnative plants, all of which thrive in this Washington location. It’s naturalistic, unlike the lawn it replaced.
Used to live on Lake Washington around corner from this. Looked good before, looks great now!
as a pilot program in a Washington and British Columbia initiative to restore natural shorelines. See more of this Washington lakeside garden
meadow is a mix of native and nonnative plants, all of which thrive in this Washington location. It’s naturalistic, unlike the lawn it replaced.Photography by
“The variety of stone is used artfully” — TerraScena
FauxWoodBeams
19 Reviews
Delaware Beach House with Reclaimed Wood Beams
Ideabooks14,140
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only provided the reclaimed beams. The project was done by P [Four], a Washington, D.C., design firm. Unfortunately, they're not on Houzz.
the reclaimed wood beams. The overall design was done by P [Four}, a Washington, D.C., firm that is not on Houzz.
reclaimed wood beams. The furniture was selected by P [Four] in Washington, D.C. They're not on Houzz yet or else we would have tagged them in the photo
“Check out the kitchen island.” — canfield32
Christine Huvé Interior Design
Mclean House
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imagine that most carpet shops could do this for you. If you are in the Washington DC area you can use Carpet Palace in Bethesda.
“blue couch” — blancelot
Tara Seawright
2 Reviews
Master Bedroom
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The dresser is an antique purchased from Sixteen Fifty Nine in Washington, DC.
“Fabrics” — kpfeiler
Quadrant Homes
King's Corner
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colors on the wall- Welcome home to King's Corner, located in Bothell Washington.
“Linens color” — Luanne Redwitz
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