Sunday, March 29, 2009

DC Designer Series: J.D. Ireland

Here's to more talented designers hailing from our nation's capital and this duo happens to be native Washingtonians - an occurrence that is more rare than common in this transient city. Joe Ireland and Julie Weber of J. D. Ireland Interior Architecture and Design are the talent behind these beautiful designs. I think elegant, comfortable and timeless are good descriptors for the rooms featured here. Love the screen and the black metal side table in the room above. (Photos posted with permission. Photography above by Scott Henrichsen)
Love the grey blue upholstery on this intricately carved wood bench. (photography by Scott Henrichsen)

(Photography by Stacy Zarin Goldberg)
Crisp and hip. The horizontal striped pillow is perfect. (Photography by Stacy Zarin Goldberg)

(photography by Scott Henrichsen)

The symmetry of this design serves this stately room well. (photography by Stacy Zarin Goldberg)
If you would like to see more of their work in person here's some good news - J.D. Ireland are the designers for the Entry Hall, Stair Hall and Back Stairs in the upcoming 2009 DC Design House which runs from April 18th - May 10th. The design house is a three-story Victorian mansion located in Georgetown so I have a feeling the stairways are going to be quite impressive.

8 comments:

Things That Inspire said...

Another great DC designer. Did I tell you that an Atlanta designer asked if I would do this for Atlanta designers based on what she saw on your blog? It is a great thing to spread the word about such talent.

Another thing I have noticed about your designer series, the designers have such beautiful architecture to work with. The combination of great design and great architecture is truly inspiring.

Pfeiffer Photos said...

Such a nice, neutral color palette in this series of pics. Very lovely, indeed. :)

jenny andrews-anderson said...

like me, they seem to love a black shade!

Kathleen said...

Very lovely. Thanks for sharing those photos. The walls in the room with the red sofas are very handsome.

High-Heeled Foot in the door said...

Lovely work. I love this series. I'm not from DC, but I started my college years at GWU and feel in love with DC. It will always have a special place in my heart and I would love to live there one day again.

Michelle said...

I love his updated traditional look...very sophisticated! Thanks for sharing!

Renee Finberg said...

the crisp & hip pic is my fave.

i never get to do that.
my clents always seem to want another look all together.

xxxxx

viera said...

What a talented designer - great rooms!
XX
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