Skip Sroka has been practicing interior design since graduating from Cleveland Institute of Art in 1977. Skip practices a design philosophy that emphasizes each client's personal tastes and lifestyle needs in order to achieve interiors that blend fine aesthetics with comfort and function. He feels that a new project should look as if it has always been there; a design in context to its surroundings.
"Interiors must be in harmony with their surroundings. They should express the dreams of the client produced by the knowledge of the designer".
Interior Design, Sustainable Design
Alexandria, Arlington, Bethesda, Chevy Chase, DC (Washington), Falls Church, Mclean, North Bethesda, Potomac, Rockville, Tysons Corner
Sroka has been named one of Washington’s top designers by Washingtonian, was named Home and Design’s Designer of Distinction and received a National Capital Business Ethics award as well as the John Russell Pope award for interior design.