Sometimes I am just in the mood to see something quite pretty and feminine. This Georgetown townhouse by Frank Babb Randolph embodies everything one would hope for in a pleasantly appointed home. The exterior has a Jeffersonian sophistication mixed with an enchanting and updated ambience. The interior has a light-filled reflection that enhances the rooms with a soft grace and serene demeanor. Randolph has the perfect amount of restraint and embellishment to make this townhome worthy of all it embodies.
Photos by Max Kim-Bee via Veranda.
The divine front entry of this Georgetown gem. From the door to the ivy, it would be hard not to be enchanted.
Beyond beautiful screens flank the walls against the sofa. I love the floating chairs and wonderfully large rug. It softens the space.
Randolph is an expert when it comes to vignettes. He has mastered the scale and dimension of objects in a room.
I love how he subtly uses strong accents of colors, yet everything still appears neutral and refined.
A great display of symmetry. Randolph is able to mix historical antiques and modern art.
Another masterful display of neutral, yet anything but dull.
I love the large modern art and to-the-ceiling canopy. The free standing circular table is almost expected for an entry, but a nice formality to the bedroom.
A more relaxed vignette, with nice display of collectibles.