Speaking of not having a living room big enough one day to fit the new Pipa cocktail table, my favorite house ever came on the market the other week (10 years too early for the Mr. and I to be able to afford it) and it’s already under contract. For my friends who live in other parts of the country I would like you to know how insane DC is… the 1920’s Spanish Style home was apparently such an “Incredible renovation opportunity” aka a total fixer upper, that they had no interior pictures online. Not one flipping photo of the inside of the house I drive by almost every day, not one, and to top it off they didn’t even have an open house! For the love, how’s a girl going to stalk and plan the layout of her future home if she can’t even see inside the damn place? So what does a 4 bedroom fixer upper go for around here? Oh just a cool 950 thousand dollars, hence the title of today’s post. Anyway this the house, and since I didn’t get to see what the inside looks like, below you’ll find a rendition of how it might look if Hank the Mr. and I lived there.
About Elizabeth Boland
I am a wife, Mom, and an Interior Designer. I love my job, and I love the fact that I get to work with one of my best friends. My Mom and I are partners in our Washington DC based design firm, Wilson Boland Design. In January 2010, we opened an Interior Design Studio in downtown Bethesda, which has evolved just as much as our business!
I started Haute Indoor Couture in the spring of 2011 to share portfolio pictures, inspiring ideas, and fellow designers with our clients and friends. I live for Interior Design and I love sharing my passion and enthusiasm with my readers. Most of the content you will find here is interior design, architecture, fashion, or canine related.