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Apartment Envy: Take a Peek at This Awesome Navy Yard Loft
The industrial-modern space of Room & Board’s head visual designer is one of five homes featured in the new design book by the bloggers behind AphroChic. By Michelle Thomas
Angela Hays Belt's Navy Yard apartment is featured in the new book Remix, by the husband-and-wife team behind design blog Aphrochic. Photographs by Patrick Cline courtesy of Random House.
Comments () | Published November 7, 2013

Thursday night, Logan Circle’s Room & Board store hosts a book launch party to celebrate the release of design blog AphroChic’s first book, Remix: Decorating with Culture, Objects, and Soul. The bloggers behind the site, policy-attorney-turned-designer Jeanine Hays and her husband, Bryan Mason, will be on hand to chat about their aesthetic and sign books, but here’s our favorite part: Turns out Hays’s sister, Angela Hays Belt, is Room & Board’s head visual designer right here in DC. Impeccable design taste must run in their genes: Belt’s Navy Yard apartment (which she shares with her husband, Leon, a videographer and graphic designer) is one of the five homes featured in the book, and it’s chock-full of inspiring design. Keep reading to see more of the Belts’ artistic-meets-midcentury-industrial loft, then swing by the 14th Street store tonight to meet both Hays and Belt in person.

AphroChic book launch party, Thursday 6 to 8:30 PM. Presentation at 6:30 PM. 1840 14th St., NW; 202-729-8300. RSVP online.

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