Saturday, March 26, 2011

FRANK BABB RANDOLPH ~ INTERIOR DESIGN IN GEORGETOWN

When Washington lawyer and artist Robert Rae decided to purchase a Georgetown townhouse, he called on Frank Babb Randolph to help him design the interior. Rae found Randolph's home, previously owned by Henry Kissinger, inspirational.

Randolph and Rae shopped for antiques for the home in Georgetown that would compliment the beautiful stairwell, the tall french windows, and the bleached, wide-plank oak floors. What resulted is a stunning and elegant home that is a perfect place to showcase the lawyer's art. ENJOY!








Pick up your copy of the April issue of Veranda to read more about this beautiful home.

Two more images ~


These two images from Washington Spaces via Things That Inspire.

Robert Rae's Alabama roots are greatly responsible for the passion behind his work as an artist.
Find Robert Rae's paintings here.  Running is my favorite. Yours?

IF YOU MISSED~

Architectural and Interior Design in Buckhead

See you soon,
Teresa
xoxo
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9 comments :

Julie said...

I love how the seriousness of the house is lighten up with subtle colors and art. What beautiful architecture.

Enjoy your weekend

eclecticrevisited said...

gorgeous home with fabulous abstracts...very light and elegant...
maureen

Carla@DesignintheWoods said...

I love this project. The art is absolutely stunning! Great color.

Lisa said...

You know what I found to be so interesting here is that this is an artist's residence.
Usually they are "a mess" literally & figuratively.
This place is so restrained and refreshing allowing the art to take center stage.
Very pretty.
Thank you for your very sweet comment this morning, you are too kind.
xo Lisa

classic • casual • home said...

Love these colors...what would you call the velvet pillows? Persimmon?

Teresa at Splendid Sass said...

Mary Ann,
I would call them persimmon or tangerine. I have several images and each one is a little different.
Teresa
xoxo

Teresa at Splendid Sass said...

The muted colors in the paintings are stunning! I agree with all of you!
Teresa
xoxo

maison21 said...

really, really, beautiful. makes me want to throw out everything and become a minimalist.

Sandra McFarland said...

Sublime!!!!!!!!!!

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