Down, But Not Out: Maryland Interior Designer Looks on the Bright Side

I now have great fodder for cocktail-party conversation: My project in Bethesda’s Lionsgate Community was going to be featured in the current issue of Washington Spaces magazine – before it was shuttered in December. So, sadly, we’ll never see Thomas Arledge’s gorgeous photography in print…

Wendy Danziger, Maryland Interior Designer, in her Bethesda, MD client's home.

 

Bethesda Salon Interior Design

Lionsgate Salon; a uniform color palette makes for a unified space. We met the client's needs to dine, entertain, read, and watch tv all in one area.

 

Lionsgate contemporary kitchen with stainless appliances and backsplash

 

Lionsgate den with sleep sofa and custom window treatments

 

… But the one consolation prize is that the magazine put all its Winter 2010 content online, where the story and pictures will live at least until March. No one – not even the former employees of the magazine – seems to know when the Web site will go down, so let’s enjoy it while we have it.

You can find the story right here: A Bethesda Beauty. (Click on the photo gallery to see the rest of the pictures).

And in the meantime, I had the space shot by my own photographer J.W. Smith of Portfolio Fotos, and here are his photos, which show a slightly different perspective of the space.

Lionsgate Salon; a different perspective

Lionsgate Salon; a different perspective as photgraphed by J.W. Smith of Portfolio Fotos

 

Lionsgate Den; a different perspective - J.W. Smith of Portfolio Fotos

 

Lionsgate Master Bedroom with custom bed and bedding. Photo by J.W. Smith of Portfolio Fotos

 

Lionsgate Salon; sitting area. Photo by J.W. Smith of Portfolio Fotos