Modern looks from around the region are on display through Feb. 25.
If it feels like everyone you know has gotten engaged in the last three months, that’s probably because they have. According to wedding technology company WeddingWire, nearly forty percent of engagements occur between Thanksgiving and Valentine’s Day.
A $10.8 million home in Northwest D.C. just received a major face-lift from more than 20 interior designers and artists in the area. See photos from the 2016 DC Design House.
HGTV and DIY star Matthew Muenster has renovated hundreds of bathrooms in his career — from petite powder rooms to spacious, spa-like retreats. And over the years, he’s picked up on a few tricks and trends. Here are his best.
The ground rules were that contestants had to use Charmin brand toilet paper.
A contest challenges teams to envision what new memorials will look like — and what they’ll commemorate. See pictures of the semifinalists’ designs, and descriptions in their own words.
These days, dining out is about so much more than the taste of the food. Chefs are paying added attention to the textures, colors and materials used in their dining rooms.
Thirty-seven years ago, it was a small dining room in a former auto repair shop in the tiny Virginia town. Now, it’s one of the country’s greatest restaurants.
Three D.C. artists are turning out some of the city\’s most unique designs using refurbished letterpress machines that once printed the nation\’s newspapers.
This year, a team of engineering students from the University of Maryland entered their design for an energy-saving clothes dryer in the nationwide Max Tech and Beyond competition – and won.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.