Promising Start: At Home in Bethesda
December 09, 2013
PHOTOGRAPHY BY ANGIE SECKINGER
It was as if the house had been waiting for them all along. Tucked back onto a lushly landscaped and private piece of property on a quiet street in Bethesda, the two-story 1940s structure—with its formal living and dining rooms, storage-laden kitchen and cache of bedrooms—was just what the young couple that eventually purchased it had been looking for. Its large size and many rooms would comfortably satisfy the demands of the busy husband and wife, who frequently host guests and who also claim three children under the age of 10. But there were some challenges to be met in their almost perfect home and they called upon designer Marika Meyer to meet them.
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