From traditional to contemporary, Washington D.C. design stands at the forefront of design innovation. See how several designers use bold patterns and dimensional textures to create an impactful and timeless space.
Product: Savoy Anna Bevel 3"x3" in Ricepaper
Designer: Molly Singer Design, Photographer: Mayabee Design & Photography
"A tile backsplash is almost always a focal point in my kitchens and clients are usually more willing to take a risk with tile than cabinetry. Details like these, especially in a kitchen, are important. I always say, the decorative finishes (tile, electrical, lighting, plumbing and hardware) are the jewelry in a room and it’s the jewelry that truly defines the space.." - Molly Singer Design
Product: Liaison by Kelly Wearstler Mulholland Small in Noir Blend, Designer: Molly Singer Design, Photography: Maya Tuttle Design & Photography
Product: Radius by Barbara Barry Wedge Field in Custom Colors, Designer: Gathered Group, Photography: Andrew Sherman
Product: MADE Modern Ribbed Peaked Diamond Curve in White Shimmer Matte, Designer: Molly Singer Design, Photography: Maya Tuttle Design & Photography
"I would say that most of my clients prefer a more traditional style and a smaller subset prefer more contemporary. I don’t necessarily stick with one look and feel for my designs, instead I prefer to gain a true understanding for what my they gravitate towards and deliver designs that reflect their individual homes and personalities. I personally prefer a more clean-lined, what I would call “fresh” traditional for my own homes and I always like to throw in a contemporary element or two. A juxtaposition of styles, no matter what they are, help to create depth and interest in a space."
- Molly Singer Design