The gallery wall vignettes, the vintage brass details, the abundance of natural light, the outdoor shower, the open shelving . . . I can go on and on with about a hundred reasons why I love textile designer and interior decorator Lauren Liess‘ Washington D.C. home. And it’s all that much more impressive knowing what she had to work with before her six month renovation!
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