Paul Corrie designs a dapper family home in Washington, DC

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“They were dream clients,” designer Paul Corrie says of the owners of this remodeled townhouse in Washington DC’s Logan Circle. The gentlemen, a lawyer and a doctor, were in the middle of their first surrogacy journey at the same time they bought the house. “They had strong opinions about aesthetics and colors, but they trusted me,” he continues. I’ve always been able to provide my professional advice, and they’ve respected that.

Corrie incorporated a masculine palette of black, walnut and blue. But because they were expecting a child (they now have two), they also wanted a fun element. So the designer started with a custom Kyle Bunting rug and let his color palette guide the rest of the project. As usual, he’s included plenty of customization, like the rosewood bar cabinet, which has built-in sconces that also illuminate the adjoining dining area. The result is “integrated and versatile,” he notes.

Take a tour of the entire house below.


The living room

Tim Lenz

Corrie let the rug lead it but wove in her “iconic pops of color”. He also added custom shelves in a very shiny pain for the couple to display their art.

Cowhide rug: Kyle Bunting. VShandeliea: Lee Broom. Sofa: Cassin, with Fabric by Manuel Canovas. Pivot sDesign: Allied Creator. Low table: Pinch, future perfect. Without arms llounge chair: Neri & Hu for De La Espada, from Future Perfect, with Fabric by Larsen. Toro lounge chair: blue dot. Turin side table: Arteries. Llama lounge chair: Zanotta. Nodes Ffloor lamp: Kelly Wearstler of Circa Lighting. A bruisert: Raul De La Torre. Art above mAntel: Nathalie Boissonnault. Drapery fabric: Harlequin.


Dining room

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The designer says his guiding principle here was to create something “modified but appropriate” with a healthy dose of “masculine chic and pops of color for the modern family.”

Dinner table : Catering equipment. Dining chairs: Four hands. Welles gdaughter c longhandeliea: Gabriel Scott. hand woven rug: Matt Camron rug. Drapery fabric: Manuel Canovas. Mirror above mAntel: Half-moon mirror by Ben & Aja Blanc, from Future Perfect.


Kitchen

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Tim Lenz

The floor-to-ceiling storage was designed to be timeless, and the faux leather seating provides durability for a family with young children.

Ellis Island pwhile: Katy Skelton. Stools: BuzzMilk. Tri cone pwhile (table above): Allied Maker. Dining chairs: Resource furniture. Roman shade Fabric: Dedar. Small sculpture: Ben Medansky. Cactus sculpture: Paola Paronetto.


master bedroom

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Tim Lenz

“It’s incredibly textural,” says Corrie, “but appropriate for who uses the space. It has a sophisticated and gentlemanly vibe. Clients had artists that appealed to them, and the designer completed their works with others. The piece next to the bed, for example, is by Andrew Mowbray, purchased from Corrie’s favorite gallery in Provincetown.

Cut bed: GamFratesi, from Poltrona Frau. Bpillow fabrics: Dedar and Zak + Fox. Art above the bed: Ben Medansky. Perforated dome table lamps: Allied creator. Nightstands: Skram, from the Twentieth. Hand woven rug: Matt Camron rug. Drapery fabric: Hermès. Pruckel floor lamp: Lawson Fenning. Pillow fabric: Zak + Fox. Art: Andrew Mowbray, from room 68.


Main bathroom

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Tim Lenz

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Tim Lenz

Classic Ann Sacks subway tiles, graphic floors, and matte black accessories echo the rest of the home’s good looks.

Wall and floor tiles: Anne Sacks. Nye small s in bracketsdesign: Kelly Wearstler of Circa Lighting.


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