Sophisticated. Timeless. Classic. Serene. These are the words one often uses to describe the transitional interior design style. A transitional style is a blend of traditional and modern designs with a focus on incorporating clean lines and textures on a typically neutral palette. Transitional rooms offer the sophistication of modern design with the warm and welcoming feel of traditional elements.
EYA, LLC is thrilled to announce a major milestone for Robinson Landing, Old Town Alexandria’s newest waterfront neighborhood.
In January, EYA team members attended the International Builders’ Show (IBS) to learn more about the latest products and trends in home building and design. This month, we are continuing our blog post series on new products and trends by delving deeper into kitchens and baths.
Top DC area lifestyle blogger Meg Biram recently visited Montgomery Row in Bethesda. In her blog post "Love Where You Live," Meg talks about finding a home that suits your lifestyle and the importance of location—proximity to work, transit, top schools, your favorite restaurants and places to shop. Being part of a community can also play a large role in loving where you live and offers benefits such as an increased sense of security and happiness.
St. Patrick's Day is just around the corner and celebrations have already begun throughout the DC area. Whether it's enjoying delicious Irish cuisine while listening to authentic Irish music or bringing the family out to watch a parade, there is fun for everyone this festive weekend. Here are some of our favorite events near EYA neighborhoods. What DC-area location fits your lifestyle? Take our quiz to find your ideal location. Is it DC, Bethesda, Chevy Chase, Rockville or Alexandria?
Whether it’s getting married, starting a family, kids going off to college, or kids moving back in, there are a range of events in life that typically impact living space needs. Does your current home offer the flexibility to meet your changing lifestyle? Do you need space for when your parents come to visit or for the college graduate who needs a place to stay before landing her first big job? All are great questions to consider.