Just Published! DC Condo Project

July 10, 2020

Bed with custom platform, headboard, and bookcases made with rich exotic woods. Designed by Jamie Merida.

Thank you to DC Modern Luxury for publishing one of our most recent projects! We were asked by a long-time client to completely renovate his Northern Virginia condo. He wanted the space to be clean, uncluttered, and to capitalize on the fabulous views from the condo's rotunda living room.

Be sure to check out the full article from DC Modern Luxury that includes details about our design strategy and product sources! Speaking of which, one of the exciting things about this project is that I was able to incorporate pieces from my own collection for Chelsea House! This shot highlights my Glass-Top Harlequin Coffee Table and Drip Drop Pedestal:

Glass-Top Harlequin Coffee Table & Drip Drop Pedestal from the Jamie Merida Collection for Chelsea House

We've included a few teaser photos below, and you can view the full project in our design portfolio.


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