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Before & After | Design advice to help you make over your space.
For 03/05 Local Living.
A Rockville home’s open floor plan is making it difficult to arrange furniture in the living room.
Every week, Jura Koncius helps you in your quest to achieve domestic bliss.
More House Calls
House Calls answers a request for a sparkly princess bedroom, without letting it get cartoonish.
House Calls has some short-term fixes for homeowners saving up for a future renovation.
This couple isn’t sure how to make their renovated living room purrrfect for them and their two cats.
A D.C. couple seek a workspace that’s inviting and has storage.
After two coffee-table-related trips to the ER, a Bethesda couple seeks a relaxed, kid-friendly living room.
A Falls Church reader wants to have a cozy corner and an entertainment area in her long, narrow living room.
A couple is struggling with furniture arrangement in a family room with doors on every wall.
A Bethesda reader gets help arranging seating and defining the space in her family room.
A couple needs help rethinking an oblong seating area.
A Herndon couple is ready to make some changes in their 1700s home.
A Silver Spring mom moves the pool table out of her L-shaped basement and wonders what to do next.
The laundry room also serves as the go-to entrance for a family.
The couple want to redesign an area now that their daughter has moved out (and taken her cat with her).
A Bethesda couple seek help with turning a big family room into an intimate space.
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Anna Matthews, whose Capitol Hill home was featured on the cover of last week’s Local Living section, joins staff writer Jura Koncius. Join us at 11 a.m. Thursday, March 5. |
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