Our fearless clients reside in New York City, but entrusted us with the renovation of their kitchen in a historic row home in the storied Georgetown neighborhood of D.C. What was once a dark space on the home’s lower level, is now awash in light. Moody black cabinetry was topped with durable quartz along the perimeter, while handsome English Walnut tops the island. In lieu of upper cabinetry, Lindsay designed a pair of custom iron and walnut open shelves in collaboration with a Brooklyn based artisan, to keep the kitchen feeling open and fresh.

A breakfast nook was established just off the kitchen, anchored by a built-in banquette with family friendly upholstery—a classic ticking stripe with a laminated treatment. Modern meeds traditional with a Saarinen tulip table and bentwood bistro chairs. Herringbone floors and un-lacquered brass hardware throughout give nod to the home’s history.
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We have now worked with Lindsay on two projects, including a gut renovation of our Georgetown townhouse kitchen. This was no small undertaking given we do not live locally and it is a historic house. I had long been an admirer of Lindsay's style via her blog and working with her was a dream come true. She demonstrates the highest level of knowledge and professionalism; her attention to detail is impeccable and her execution flawless.

Each piece that she selected and presented was well thought out and shows her design sophistication, resulting in a space that we have truly fallen in love with. We enjoyed working with her so much that we also had her design our Upper East Side apartment. We have been beyond thrilled with all of our interactions with Lindsay and would highly recommend her (and have) to anyone looking for a designer. 

-Maryn & Peter