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Recent Blog Posts
October 18, 2017 |
A misconception about our clientele has recently come to my attention. I’ve had a few people tell me that someone wouldn’t be an appropriate client because he or she was “too fashionable.” Let’s not discriminate! Just because you are fashionable doesn’t mean you have the time or the inclination to organize your closet, do ALL of your own shopping, switch your wardrobe out for the season, and take pictures of perfectly coordinated, put-together looks yourself. It is okay for both the fashion-forward and the fashion-averse to ask for help. We thought we’d help you out by giving you our list of 5 Signs You Need a Personal Stylist. Do you or someone you know...
October 17, 2017 |
Lani and I were lucky enough to be invited to the DC Design House by our friends over at Anthony Wilder Design/Build last week. The 2017 DC Design House is an amazing event benefiting Children’s National Health System. 23 designers are assigned different rooms to transform in a 27,256 square-foot house. Yes, it’s huge. The Potomac home is currently listed at $10.28 million and includes nine bedrooms, nine full bathrooms, and four half-baths. If that wasn’t breathtaking already, the talent featured in this home is out of this world. The artwork and furniture was so tastefully chosen for each room. A few rooms in particular stood out to RLS, and, luckily, we didn’t have to...