Interior Design

by Gilday Renovations

The Mind of a Designer, Part I

by Jennifer Sergent

What is it about interior designers that enable them to work wonders on the environments where we live? How can they choose colors and pair patterns that we amateurs would never imagine on our own? For this two-part post, we asked several designers...

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The Mind of a Designer, Part II

by Jennifer Sergent

In this second installment of our quest to find out what makes an interior designer tick, we’ve approached the top winners for residential interior design in this year’s awards from the Washington Metro Chapter of the American Society of Interior...

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Luxury Porch Additions

by Gilday Renovations

Porches provide transition space from indoors to outdoors.  Protected from sun, rain and insects but open to fresh air, a porch is an outdoor room where you can escape your electronic devices if you wish. It can be a special place to enjoy a book or...

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Interior Renovation & Reconfigure

Interior Renovation: When Better Space (Not More) Is the Solution The first thing you need to know about interior renovation is that it is usually more cost-effective than building a room addition.  We've worked with clients who called on us to design...

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De-Mystifying Interior Design

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Interior Renovations Define and Refine

by Kevin Gilday & Tom Gilday

This interior design  project is a great example of how carefully selected design elements can transform an interior.  The program here is to renovate an entire two bedroom condo in Washington DC.  The primary effort, of course, will be going toward...

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Rustic Kitchens: Tuscan Style

by Kevin Gilday & Tom Gilday

In answer to the question "what's my interior design style" one of our clients decided that a Tuscan styled make over of  her kitchen and family room was the right answer.  The Tuscan style is associated with a look that is brawny, chunky and...

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