A 1930s Craftsman-style Colonial in Friendship Heights is transformed into a spacious, light-filled Mediterranean retreat.
The Amorusos: Sally and Paul, with Isabella, 3, and Sebastian, 5.
Home & Garden Section
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| || • Cutting It: Post garden editor, Adrian Higgins, takes a crack at planting a classic cutting garden. April 22, 2005 • Garden Partying: A restaurateur serves up a grand time at his elegant estate in the city. April 22, 2005 • A Little Bit of Country: A woodland oasis in Massachusetts Avenue Heights is transformed into a dream country garden in the city. April 21, 2005 • Moving On: When this stately brick Colonial went up, Thomas Jefferson was president and Washington, D.C., was a malarial backwater. The same family has owned the house ever since -- until now. March 09, 2005 • A Dash of Spice: Two recipes for making a cookie-cutter home into an individual delight. September 23, 2004 • The Simple Life: The magazine's Spring Home and Design issue explores the theme of less is more: An avid collector learns to let go of years of treasures, an Annapolis couple downsizes from a 6,000-square-foot house to a boat and a renovation of a school into a residence shows the success of a clear, strict vision. April 23, 2004 • The Editor's Garden: Washington Post gardening editor, Adrian Higgins, takes us on a tour of his garden. August 06, 2003 • Thinking Outside the House: Three houses that accent greenery and scenery. April 24, 2003 |
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