Sunday, January 24, 2010

Jennifer Sergent's DC by Design!

I was a big fan of Jennifer Sergent's work as Senior Editor at the recently closed Washington Spaces and am so happy to hear she has launched DC by Design! Love Jennifer's description - "I'm a design writer and blogger, recovering from almost 20 years in mainstream journalism..."

DC needs dedicated coverage of talented local designers and knowing the quality of her work, DC by Design is going to be a terrific go-to source for anyone seeking up-to-date info on the design scene in the Washington, DC area.

Having been self-employed for the last 15 years, I'm always inspired when someone launches out on their own to pursue their passion. Congratulations to Jennifer - I have a hunch 2010 is going to be a great year!

First up, Jennifer has some great photos of a new project by DC designer Sally Steponkus. As usual, Sally's interiors are gorgeous - go here to see more. (photography by Annie Seckinger)
There's also a scoop on the designers named for the upcoming 2010 DC Design House in the 10,000 square foot Chevy Chase Beaux Art mansion that was once the site for the Harry S. Truman inaugural party. Jennifer will be covering the Bare Bones Tour on Feb, 27 - which I was dying to go to but am going to be in St. John USVI that week. You know I'll be trying to hunt down internet access somewhere on the island to take a peek at the pics. Go here for more and the listing of designers.


Things That Inspire said...

Great minds think alike...I independently found Jennifer's new blog, and posted on it too! Let's hope a lot of our readers head on over there, because I have a feeling this is going to be a spectacular blog.

Of course, I am still in your debt for introducing me to Sally's work.

Jeannine @ Small and Chic said...

Thank so much for posting this! I'm already smitten.

Isabella & Max Rooms said...

I just found her blog, I had the pleasure of being interviewed by her for a publication. She is a delight and I am looking forward to reading her posts!

Jennifer Sergent said...

Wow, ladies, I am overwhelmed by your kind words! This gives me tremendous motivation to keep going, and keep it interesting. A million thanks -- and know that your blogs are all my inspiration.

Live the Home Life said...


-Cara @ Live the Home Life

Ragland Hill Social by Gwen Driscoll said...

So excited to check out Jennifer's blog. Thanks for the great tip. I can always count on you for that. Hope you have a great week.

Jenn said...

So happy for her and the next chapter in her career. I know she is going to continue to be a star in covering the local design scene, and I've already found the blog super useful.

Developing Designs said...

She mentioned she would return in 2010 and I was patiently (not easy thing for me to do) waiting for her new venture to start. I am thrilled she is back to share her insights and talent with us all. Looking forward to all of her posts. It's great when you can share with others such a great talent.

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